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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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NO REST IN RESCUE

BY DANIELLE DYER Let me tell you, starting a dog rescue is not easy. No amount of love for the animals or wishing for low homeless rates will fill a bank account. While funding is desperately needed, having a baby rescue with just a small, buzzing following doesn’t attract the attention of the rescue-passionate masses. […]
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WE ARE HARMONY

BY EMERA THORNTON We figure the best way we can make a difference is by doing things…differently. After spending almost 15 years in the hospitality industry and desperately chasing a more fulfilling career, the only things I knew for sure were that I wanted to make a difference in the world and I loved animals. […]
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WHY WE DO

  BY DANIELLE DYER I was on track to Dental School! Or so I thought…At the age of 17, I was sitting in a college Mass Communications class waiting for the professor who had an extremely dry mouth, while perusing the school newspaper. In the ad section, there was a listing with the local humane […]
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