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FREE SPAY/NEUTER CLINICS FOR PIT BULLS
With community support, Save-a-Bull offers free spay/neuter clinics for pit bulls in the Twin Cities.
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
FAST FIVE with Babs
1. Food: Piggy or picky? Piggy
2. Dog beds: Sleep on or unstuff? Both
3. Travel: Car rides or car sick? Rides!
4. Water: No way or splash all day? Swimmer!
5. Seasons: A day in the sun or a day in the snow? Both
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Our spay/neuter clinic on August 8 was booked solid. At 7:30am there was a crowd of people outside waiting for the doors to open and to be checked in for their appointments. When Ashley B. left her dog Luna with us it wasn’t until the pre-surgery exam that the vet...read more
Responsible Dog Ownership
Many, if not most, of the dogs that come to Save-a-Bull are here because of unwanted litters, breed stereotypes or behavioral issues – all that could have been prevented through responsible dog ownership. With proper training, awareness and appropriate care, most dogs can stay in their homes and never end up in rescue.
Here are some resources to help you be the great owner your dog deserves and to assist you in becoming an advocate of proper pet care.
One of the things we have learned from our spay/neuter clinics is that there are many good people out there who love their dogs and simply don’t know how and can’t afford to give them the care that they really need. The low-income and homeless communities really don’t...read more
The past couple weeks have been hard ones for two dogs in rescue - and for their foster families. Spiral, a 14 week old puppy recently underwent surgery to amputate a deformed front leg, and Ravioli, who’s been in rescue for over a year, fell ill to an ongoing...read more
On Friday we lost our sweet Krispy Bacon. Many have been following his story and this isn’t the update we wanted to share. In the eight weeks since his surgery KB has had some really good days and showed progress, though he was also battling skin and bladder...read more