As the Editor-at-Large for Lucky Puppy magazine, I was able to help educate and entertain people who choose to rescue a pup (or kitty!) for all the same reasons we choose to think mindfully, eat healthy, and live green. It’s about giving back, and how a generous spirit can inform everyday choices — including the pet we bring home as part of our family.
Here are just a few of the heart-warming stories I wrote for Lucky Puppy:
When Project Buddy Dog Rescue took in Tilly, she had severe skin and ear issues. Now the healthy Pit Bull has a forev…
Montgomery Humane Society and Cheyenne Edwards helped the terrier mix heal from demodectic mange and begin her new life.
These strong little pups recovered from a sickness that took their littermates. Now Quigly and Quilla now have new homes and new names.
Zulu the Pit Bull is so much more than his deformed leg, as a portrait by Nanette Martin shows.
Seth Casteel, Jackson Galaxy and Jorge Bendersky get behind the lens of pet adoption.
Samantha was in pain before photographer Sarah O’Neill and Sit With Me Shelter Dog Rescue changed her life for the better.
Thanks to a new life on a farm for rescue Pugs, the sweet senior no longer has the frequent seizures rescuers believe were the result of previous abuse.
Ditto the German Shepherd overcame skin infections and kennel cough before becoming Miah in her new home.
Found in a storm drain, the Boxer-Lab pup now known as Bear graduated with honors from a prison training program and found his forever home.
Austin Pets Alive! helped the sweet puppy heal from severe manage and find her forever home.
This sweet Pit Bull has a new life thanks to a Good Samaritan and the SPCA of Texas.
Shelter workers thought Baxter had sarcoptic mange, which made his chances for adoption poor. Photographer Fiona Green saw beyond his patchy coat.
Wahl and GreaterGood.org show how simple grooming can reveal a hidden gem.
He was found with severe injuries and chained to a fence. Despite his history, Nacho holds no grudges and absolutely loves people.