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I CHOSE THE RESCUE LIFE

I chose the rescue life. And here I am, shit on my shirt, standing outside of the vet clinic in my mask in 90° weather as they tell me there’s a faint positive indicating this little fox-eared puppy has parvo. I spent the last two weeks giving oral and subcutaneous medication three times a day […]
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RESERVATION FOR 19, PLEASE!

The biggest question when we first started this rescue was how can we do the most good with our limited resources. We have worked closely with animal services in the past, taking dogs from them when they were full or had pups that might not do well in their adoption program. But the majority of […]
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THOU SHALT NOT JUDGE

Here at Harmony, we are fortunate enough to have not yet seen horrific cases of animal abuse, hoarding, or dog-fighting. And though we are not ignorant enough to think these are not present in our community, we are pleased the universe knows our young rescue is under-prepared both financially and emotionally for such things to […]
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LITTLE VICTORIES AND LITTLE LOSSES

BY EMERA THORNTON Let’s start with the best news first! We raised almost $4000 at our yard sale last weekend! For the past few years we have been collecting donations from all over town and filling our barn to the brim. This past weekend was our fourth yard sale, and our most successful one to […]
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A SHELTER: WHAT’S IN A NAME?

BY DANIELLE DYER A shelter is a safe place during the downs sometimes life deals. It offers temporary comforts during displacement due to mother nature or protective refuge from bad or dangerous situations. Why, then, when you put the word “dog” or “animal” in front of “shelter” do tear-jerking images of caged, malnourished and wounded […]
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IT TAKES A VILLAGE

BY EMERA THORNTON The question we hear most often (besides “How do you not take them all home?”) is “How can I help?” While our most immediate need is monetary donations, there are so many other ways for our amazing community to help Harmony grow and thrive. Whether you are in a position to financially […]
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