Food Mite Allergy in dogs Blog
Food Mite Allergy: What Food is Mite-Free and How to Store It?
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Food mites in the food Many cats and dogs are allergic
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dog allergy Blog
Can Allergy Sufferers Keep Dogs?
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What dog lovers should know First the medical: There
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obesity in dogs Blog
Is My Dog too Fat?
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Ideal Weight Experts estimate that almost every second
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Food Allergies and Intolerances in Dogs Blog
Food Allergies and Intolerances in Dogs
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Does my dog have a food allergy or not? Whether your
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What to do if my dog doesn’t want to eat?
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My dog won’t eat, now what? Why is it that some
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What to do if the dog is not in the mood?
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Do dogs have emotions? Do dogs have emotions?
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Food Mite Allergy in dogsBlog
Food Mite Allergy: What Food is Mite-Free and How to Store It?
Food mites in the food Many cats and dogs are allergic
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dog allergyBlog
Can Allergy Sufferers Keep Dogs?
What dog lovers should know First the medical: There
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obesity in dogsBlog
Is My Dog too Fat?
Ideal Weight Experts estimate that almost every second
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Food Allergies and Intolerances in DogsBlog
Food Allergies and Intolerances in Dogs
Does my dog have a food allergy or not? Whether your
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What to do if my dog doesn’t want to eat?
My dog won’t eat, now what? Why is it that some
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What to do if the dog is not in the mood?
Do dogs have emotions? Do dogs have emotions?
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How do you choose the right dog food?Blog
How do you choose the right small dog food?
Your dog needs a complete, balanced diet every day
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MISSION STATEMENT


The mission of Power of the Paw is to provide the animals in need with a safe haven through responsible rescue, transportation, foster and adoption and to educate the community about the importance of responsible pet ownership. Our main focus is those in kill shelters that are “less adoptable” due to age, color, or breed. Power of the Paw is a 501(c)3 non-profit rescue organization. WE got our start in 2011 as a Facebook page dedicated to share those animals in danger in our local kill shelters, to bring awareness to the community. Since then, we have helped transport over 1,000 animals from kill shelters to other no-kill rescues across the country, and have adopted out hundreds of animals in our own adoption program.