Monday, December 22, 2014

Do Just One Thing to Help One Dog | Tuesdays Tails


Tuesday's Tails is the blog hop that features shelter pets.  Hosted by Dogs N Pawz and Talking Dogs, the purpose is to promote shelter pets and help them find forever homes by social media sharing.

All of the pet bloggers participating in Tuesday's Tails are counting on each and every reader to do just one thing:  share.

Just One Dog is an inspiring story that shows it only takes people willing to do just one thing to make a difference.  A lot of people each decided to take pause in their day... to do just one thing for just one dog.


 

Tuesday's Tails blog hop participants can post any day of the week and link up with a fresh blog hop linky every Tuesday.  Though targeted at adoptable pets, we also welcome blog posts regarding pet adoption, rescue organizations and adoption events. 

Please help spread the word about these beautiful animals via social media and let's find them forever homes!  

Spare a minute in your busy day to help save the life of a shelter pet.  Share them via Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Google+ or whatever your favorite social media channels might be.

And if you're wondering what happened to Stanley, here's an update.

8 comments:

  1. I love the saying "OPT to Adopt", I like it better than "Adopt don't shop", it's more positive. Thanks for continuing to share adoptable pets on your blog.

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  2. I absolutely love that inspiring video. It really does only take one share to reach that special person who will act. Beautiful. We really can make a difference in these pets' lives. They show such gratefulness after being adopted, it's so inspiring.

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  3. That was a nice video of Stanley. I am glad the rescue guy got out of backyard breeding. Far too many of those.

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  4. What a great story! Yay for Stanley!

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  5. That was really a terrific video and Stanley is pretty terrific too.

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  6. What a great story! I love these news pieces where they highlight a great success but also remind the viewer that there are hundreds of other animals out there that could have their own amazing rescue story if you can step up and help. Thanks for sharing this!

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  7. Each and every life matters, and each and every time we share it might make it in front of the eyes of just the right person. Great reminders!

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