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Plus - tips to keep your pets safe in cold weather .................................................
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Roscoe

Sniffing out disease: Roscoe the diabetes alert dog

Janette was looking for a small dog who was under 25 pounds, friendly, liked children, got along with other dogs and was on the older side but sometimes the dog chooses the person. Janette adopted sweet Roscoe, a 5-month-old puppy, and she was able to train him as a diabetes alert dog. Now, the two are inseparable and are happy to have found each other.

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Photographs help homeless pets unleash their best features

Sometimes, a little bit of exposure is necessary to capture an animal’s personality, smile (yes, smile) and essence. And, no different from so many things in life, the internet has changed the way people look to adopt pets. The Dumb Friends League recognizes that when people are captivated by a photo, they visit our shelters and give these deserving pets a second chance for love, home and family.

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It's the holiday season!

Cold weather safety tips

Did you know that cats and dogs can suffer from frostbite and hypothermia in cold weather just like us? Despite having fur coats, these furry companions can feel the cold when the temperatures start to drop. We’ve got some tips to help keep your pets snug inside and outdoors!

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Construction Update

Progress, progress and more progress!

The Building a Better Way Home project on is track, and phase 2 is approaching its completion. With progress being made each day, the Quebec Street Shelter is full of activity, and it’s an exciting place to be! Find out about the latest updates.

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Snowball

Adopt a working cat

Some cats come to our shelters with histories and temperaments better suited to an outdoor lifestyle. These cats may live in a barn, stable or other outdoor setting where they have a “job” and a better quality of life. Learn more.

No time limit

Fun Fact

There is no time limit for how long a pet can stay at the Dumb Friends League. Adoptable pets remain in our care (or sent to a foster home if they need a break from the shelter) for as long as it takes until they are adopted.

Paws to Give

Thank you for your generosity!

Each paw donated on our holiday “paws” trees helped a homeless pet feel love this holiday season! Nearly $2,000 was donated, and from everyone at our shelters, thank you.

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