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Polk County Bully Project

Polk County Bully Project

  • Sophia Sanchez

Pitbull bans and provisional breed restrictions.  What is the difference? A pitbull ban is just that.  It’s a ban that prevents dogs with specific physical characteristics from living within a city or county that is enforced by law.  Provisional breed restrictions don’t flat out ban a specific type of dog, but there’s usually a lot of red tape that makes it harder to own one.  In either case, they’re pretty...

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Rooted in Giving Back

Rooted in Giving Back

  • Carolina Romero

Hello!  My name is Carolina and I am the founder and operator of FurRescue Fashions!  If you are new around here, this is my squad and we are so happy to welcome you to our family!  Let me tell you a little bit about us!   I am a lawyer turned dog-boutique owner and while I have always been dog-obsessed, I can tell you with certainty that I never thought...

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Abandoned to Adored

Abandoned to Adored

  • Sophia Sanchez

Awake before the sun even dreams of rising, Judy Obregon has a job to do. In the early morning hours, as darkness slowly lifts its veil from the deafening of night, Echo Lake Park seems a quiet and peaceful place.  But it holds a rather tragic past… Echo Lake Park sits on the outskirts of Fort Worth, Texas.  On the surface it appears an ordinary park like any other; a...

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Celebrate 2 Years With Us & Let's End BSL!

Celebrate 2 Years With Us & Let's End BSL!

  • Sophia Sanchez

We are taught as children to “never judge a book by its cover.”  We have heard it so many times throughout our lives, we instinctively know that it means we should never judge someone or something by its/their outward appearance alone.  It is what we have been fighting for since the beginning of time …  tolerance, acceptance, and love for those who are different from us.  Because we are still...

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