Best of Senior Pooch 2012 - Part 2

And now for the thrilling conclusion of:

The Best of Senior Pooch 2012

Rusty and foster dad, Larry

July 2012 - Take the Long Shot - Adopt the Unadoptable Dog
I took on the topic of unadoptable (or less adoptable as they're also known) pets and all of the challenges that make them unique as part of a blog hop. This includes plenty of links to other articles from other pet bloggers on all manner of rescue related topics.

Two senior dachshunds enjoying some cuddle time
August 2012 - A Small Breed Rescue Making A Big Difference: Furever Dachshund Rescue
Laura Coulombe knows rescue and with a growing organization of over 200 volunteers, it's worth your time to hear from her first hand on how she got where she is today. She also covers the benefits of adopting senior dachshunds.

September 2012 - When Saying Goodbye is the Right Thing to Do
This isn't the easiest topic to talk about, but we cover how to reduce the stress during this very difficult time, including several other resources that may help.

Ann Pollock of Chihuahua Rescue of San Diego (Center) with new doggie parents
October 2012 - What Makes a Great Doggie Foster Parent with Rescue Powerhouse, Ann Pollock
Fostering and small dogs seemed to take center stage this year, with superstar, Ann Pollock taking center stage for this interview. If you're going to read only one article on fostering on this site, this is the one.

November 2012 - Bark Out Loud for Your People
We went deep on interviews this year and hope to do the same in 2013. Check out some of my favorites in this post.

December 2012 - Give Homeless Pets a Place to Rest Their Heads by Fostering this Holiday Season
The holiday season brings unique opportunities and challenges when it comes to pets. In this article we give voice to homeless pets and what you can do to make their lives a little easier during this stressful time of the year.

That's it for now. Whether you're new to or only an occasional reader, I'd encourage you to check these out, as well as those from Part 1 and let me know what you think.

Happy Holidays and Belly Rubs to you all!

--Rusty and Jeff

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