Happy Ever After
The story of Jas
formally known as Mojo
Perhaps for the first time in his life Mojo happened to be in the right place at the right time. Mojo was hungrily scavenging about some trash cans for food when he was spotted by a DogsOnly volunteer who just happened to be passing by.
It was clear that Mojo had been living like this for some time. He was carefully sniffing each trash can, bag, and box for any sign of a tasty morsel. Unnoticed, Mojo’s observer was hoping that he would return to his home, but it soon became clear that Mojo had no home.
here to read more about Jas formally known as Mojo.
A Proposal for a New Deduction
By Pete Files
Why argue for a tax deduction for pet owners? Simply stated, because our increasingly transient society has made pets a quality-of-life issue. With the decline of the traditional family, siblings and parents often live on opposite ends of the country. Jobs leap from city to city and careers change by necessity in the dynamic economy. Landing a job after college or high school can dislocate a family, and to fill that void people have turned to pets.
here to read more
Ready to Rescue?
You're in your car, driving down the road. You have a long list of things to accomplish and you are already running late. Suddenly, you see him—a dog! There! By the side of the road! With a sinking feeling, you realize he's alone. You’re coming alongside him now. You have only seconds in which to act. What should you do?.
here to read more
Nation's Most Notorious USDA-licensed Pet Thief Pleads
to Follow in Largest Animal Abuse Case in U.S. History
On August 30, 2005 C.C. Baird, the nation's largest USDA-licensed Class "B" animal dealer and pet theft ring operator, pleaded guilty to felony charges of conspiracy to launder money in an operation involving the sale of dogs and cats to research laboratories. Baird's criminal case comprised the largest multi-agency (federal, state and local) investigation of animal abuse in U.S. history, which was prompted by Last Chance for Animals 15-year undercover investigation.
Click each picture above to meet three of the dogs rescued from the C.C. Baird place by DogsOnly; Liberty, Justice and Forall.
here to read more from LCA
Cami's Home Lost To
Cami had lost her foster home due to the
hurricane in Louisiana and was in immediate need of
a new foster or adoptive home! After Katrina struck
Louisiana, Cami was evacuated to Ponchatoula, Louisiana.
We are happy to report that Cami is now safely in
a secure foster home.
Rescue had lost contact with Cami's foster family
until September 7 because her family had to evacuate
the area to escape Hurricane Katrina. Upon return,
Cami's foster family discovered they had lost everything
and had nowhere to keep Cami. Click the image above
or the Go link below to read more.
are many more companion dogs in urgent need of help
due to Hurricane Katrina. If you subscribe to the
DogsOnly RSS feed you should
watch for Urgent Alerts in your feed to alert you
to new postings of victims of Hurricane Katrina.
here to read more
FOR THE DOG COMPANION VICTIMS OF HURRICANE KATRINA
Please help to support the companion
dog victims of Hurricane Katrina and make a donation
by clicking the PayPal link on the upper left of this
page. Specify that your donation is for 'Victims of
Katrina'. Most of the recued dogs from Katrina are
being sent to Texas and you may also request that
your donation specifically go there. Donations made
to Texas will be made in the form of food. Every member
of DogsOnly is a volunteer, and in keeping with the
DogsOnly donation policy, 100% of all donations go
to the direct welfare and support of the dogs we rescue.
No funds from your donation
are withheld for administrative cost or other reason.ns.
may be sent by email to Contact@DogsOnly.org
Memoriam and also in appreciation to those whose generosity
and kindness have helped victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Click Go below to learn more.
Class B-Dealer C.C. Baird
Out of Business
to read about the notorious C.C. Baird Martin Creek
Kennels and Patsy's "Pat's Pine Tree Farms"
after Baird, Patsy Baird, Jeannette Baird, and Patricia
Baird, their agents and employees, successors and
assigns, directly or through any corporate or other
device, were ordered to cease and desist from violating
the Animal Welfare Act and the Regulations and Standards
and had to pay the largest penalty in history of $250,000
plus another $250,000 if Baird or his family attempt
to be involved with dogs/cats
Click here to read about a national campaign aimed
at raising public awareness of a threatening epidemic
- pet theft.
here to learn about spaying and neutering