Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Americans Have Passion for Dogs Home and Abroad

Americans are known all over the world to be giving and compassionate nation, and the compassion doesn't stop with humans, it includes animals.

There are many American groups working on behalf of animals abroad.  Let's take a look at two, worthy of support.

A rescue organization is assisting the US military men and women in bringing home pets from war. The Puppy Rescue Mission, a non-profit organization out of Celina, Texas helps soldiers reunite with pets from abroad. Dogs are brought to America to live out their lives with the soldiers that love them. The mission has a heart for country and the furry.

The plight of stray dogs during the Sochi winter Olympics took the heart of millions of Americans. Ten lucky Russian dogs were brought to the USA via Washington's Dulles Airport this past March, thanks to the animal welfare group, Human Society International. Animal welfare groups have been able to work with Russian government for a more human way to deal with animal control.

+Marietta Vet Clinic and veterinarian +Julian Peckich DVM salute animal advocacy groups.  It would be the animal clinics great pleasure to welcome new pets, meet the owners and take care of the animals. Welcoming dogs and cats, puppies and kittens to the pet clinic for dog vaccinations, cat vaccinations, general wellness exams, diagnostic testing, laboratory testing, and medical relief for sick animals.