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Our two newest arrivals to Dogma are Bella-donna & Chloe, and they went to Vets 4 Pets today to get spayed, chipped, vaccinated & the rest of their vetting done. While their foster mom, Amber, was still at work, her husband Kyle went to go pick them up! How nice & helpful is that?? Here is Kyle with Bella-donna & Chloe waiting for Amber to wrap up her day! #DogmaHusbandsRock #HeIsntReallyWatchingUs #HowLongIsThisGonnaTake
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Dogma Pet Rescue added 4 new photos.

Here is the Happy Tail a year in the making! And what a year it has been! Nala turned up on Egbert & Verdina's doorstep and soon gave birth to 6 beautiful babies (the Disney Litter) and she and her kids were so loved by their family! After her babies all found homes, the love for Nala continued when Ed & Judy fostered her and enjoyed non-stop hijinks of Nala and Dogma alum Leenda! And now Nala has found her Forever Family with mom, Andrea, and 4-legged brother Toby! Nala (or Nala-lala as Andrea calls her) and Toby are inseparable! Nala's new family was worth the wait!

Thanks to Egbert & Verdina, Ed & Judy and to all of our volunteers who pitched in and helped with the babies - our Dogma village! XOXO
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Say BONJOUR to our newest arrival, Fleur-de-lys! Fleur is a pure bred papillon (fancy for Dogma!) who is 4-years old, dog-friendly, good with cats and VERY loving!! While Fleur did have a loving owner at one time, she sadly passed away and the past year has been rough for our little girl. As a result, she is a little shy at first, but once she warms up, look out! Your lap will never be empty and this bouncy little girl will always be by your side! (We are even breaking our rules and letting Fleur sleep in our bed!). Fleur is house broken, crate trained and is an excellent car rider - she likes to go "adieu!" (Obviously our French vocabulary is very, very limited!). If you are interested in learning more about Fleur-de-lys or applying to adopt her, visit www.DogmaRescue.org!
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Dogma Pet Rescue added 3 new photos.

When we go to pick up our dogs at Vets4Pets Charitable Clinic, we never know what to expect. For example, when we went to pick up Cupcake last week, we didn't expect to see this girl looking through the window at us with a broken chain around her neck! Nor did we expect to chase her ALL through the neighborhood trying to catch her. She actually ran to her home and we knew it was her home because the OTHER END OF THE BROKEN CHAIN WAS STAKED INTO THE GROUND! Obviously, she is a Dogma dog now, and her name is Remy!

Remy is a 1-year old boxer/hound mix and weighs about 30-35 lbs. She is VERY dog-friendly and good with cats and she is learning that from here on out, people are going to be nothing but awesome! Email Info@DogmaRescue.org with questions or if you are interested in adopting Remy. Thanks to Dogma volunteer @Michelle Macke for stepping up to foster Remy and thanks to Vets 4 Pets' April "Wonder Woman" Jones & Danielle Akenson for the Thursday night adventure in the hood! :D
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We want to give a big Dogma welcome to our newest Junior Vounteer, Ashley! Ashley had the brilliant idea that her family should foster a dog in need (we love kids like this - especially red-headed Leo's - heh heh!) and decided to start off by fostering Sydney!

Sydney is a 5-6 month old cattle dog mix, she is house broken, crate trained, fabulous with other dogs (very submissive!), good with cats and Ashley is practicing her leash walking skills! For more information on Sydney or to apply to adopt her, visit www.DogmaRescue.org!
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One of our most handsome alums ever to "graduate" our foster program, Bob Roberts! If Bob wasn't in our inaugural class of 2005, he was in our second! Bob also has a very unique personality to go along with his good looks and his tie. He was found as a stray in Ybor & at his home visit, his family's young son said, "Will Bob go fishing with me? " I don't think we *promised* that Bob would be a fishin' dog, but I don't think we said no either! ;) ... See MoreSee Less

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Today is Bell Shoals Animal Hospital day! We have two in to see Dr. Ligori today - one is a new arrival that we will tell you about later & the other is Buster the MinPin (here with Brittany) that you'll remember we sprung from @Hillsborough County Animal Services last week. Buster has a consult today with Dr. Ligori to see if he can figure out what is going on with an old leg injury & am old eye injury. We are putting our own "Dr. House" to work today! ;D ... See MoreSee Less

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The headline says it all: more pets go missing on July 4th than any other day of the year! Keep your pet INSIDE on the 4th and during fireworks for its safety! If your dog has anxiety, try a Thundershirt (save the receipt & packaging in case it is not effective) and talk to your veterinarian about sedatives! We at Dogma are big believers in medications - some of us use them ourselves!! ;D

Also, this is a great time of year to make sure the information on your dog's collar is current and microchip information is up to date! If you adopted a dog from us and need help updating your dog's microchip registration, shoot us an email at Info@DogmaRescue.org!
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Dogma Pet Rescue, Inc. was founded on January 6, 2010 and is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization as well as a registered charitable organization in the State of Florida (CH34850).

Dogma is an all-volunteer, all-pet rescue with an emphasis on rescuing mixed breed dogs (mutts!) in need. Dogma’s mission is to rescue good dogs, adopt them to the best possible homes and have fun doing it!

Dogma rescues abandoned, abused and displaced dogs who would otherwise have nowhere to go and/or would be euthanized. Dogma is often a rescue of last resort. Dogma pays for all of the necessary vetting of each dog prior to adoption. Every Dogma dog is spayed/neutered, microchipped, dewormed, heartworm tested and vaccinated (age appropriate).

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