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Raise The Woof

Dogs are simply amazing. They have become part of our family and an integral part of our society. Unfortunately, some people see dogs as property instead of a family member. Many people turn their heads to look away at the bad, but dog rescuers do not. My rescue world is filled with amazing people that I am proud to know. It is also filled with a ton of drama. Time to Raise the Woof and tell the stories that are long overdue.
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Now displaying: July, 2017
Jul 25, 2017
Tacos. 
Boobs.
Break-ups.
Tattoos.
Dreams. 
Sweat.
Dogs. 
 
 
"I was broke, paying my own mortgage and totally screwed." 
 
I broke down a difficult wall that Heather puts up, but it was worth it. A VERY candid podcast with the Co-Founder/Director of One Tail at a Time
 
Jul 18, 2017

"I am one that rarely says no. I almost always say yes and it has caused me to hit a wall. When shit hits the fan, you have nowhere to go with it. I pride myself and the rescue was my way of giving back and my way of seeing something positive  in a profession that I see grief and sorrow and when the rescue is now providing me the grief and I am seeing the sorrow and death of the shelters, it is tenfold."

Jen Freels has experienced the highs and lows of rescue. Now, she is at a turning point and is trying to slow it down a bit....but will her heart allow her to do that? 

 

Jul 11, 2017

Booker Youngblutt, who I met just over a year ago, has become an integral part of Live Like Roo and now, we have expanded his role with the newly created Booker Fund. He has taken in 2 dogs with cancer that were hospice and has never looked back. He can teach us all a little something and I just love this quote:

"You just can't sit and complain and wait for someone else to do it. You gotta get in there and do it yourself. It is rewarding. At the end, you do not remember the negative, you remember the positive."

Enjoy the show.

 

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