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Meet our adoptable dogs of the week, Peas and Carrots!

Peas & Carrots

  • Chihuahua & Papillon Mix
  • Mission Viejo, CA
  • Adult
  • Female
  • Small
  • UTD on vaccinations
  • Spayed

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Treatibles for Cats and Dogs- Learn more about how this great company is helping our loved ones with Cannabinoids!

 

I have been on a hunt for the best CBD products for our animals. I have researched a ton of companies and have found my favorite one. The name is Treatibles, and they offer a variety of products. They are the first company to offer Cannabinoid products on the market for pets. Not only is it an amazing product, but they are an amazing company. They help rescues and give back. Right now,  $1 of every package goes directly towards veterinary expenses for Villalobos rescues. One of my favorite rescues! I will be writing another blog that explains more information on the benefits of Canabinoids and CBD for our animals.

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What is the best cat food on the market?

 After assessing more than 2,000 formulas, we’re happy to recommend 18 of the best cat food brands, both wet and dry.

The best cat food will keep your cat healthy and happy, and will come in a flavor he or she loves. Any high-quality food needs to feature protein front-and-center, and won’t include any low-quality fillers, artificial additives, or ingredients that are toxic to cats over time. To find the most high-quality options available, we scoured the formulas of over 2,400 dry and wet cat foods on the market, read through research and regulations, and talked to veterinarians about what cats need to thrive.

In the end, we identified a shortlist of the best cat food brands and lines that you can count on. Now it’s up to you to figure out what flavors sit well with your cat’s preferences and to find the food that fits your budget. If you’re having trouble deciding between a wet or dry food diet, or you want more information about our top picks, check out our comparison tables and guide to cat food types, below.

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Health Insurance for Dogs in 2018

 

Knowing exactly what you need in an insurance plan for your dog can reduce insurance-claim letdown.

As we gathered information for this update, we immediately noticed an improvement in what the various insurance companies cover and don’t cover. We also noticed that there are many more companies offering pet insurance than there were three years ago; perhaps the competitive rates are due to the greater number of insurance-company choices.

We’ve listed the major players in pet health insurance, and the details of each plan, at the bottom of this article. But first, here are 15 things to pay attention to when deciding which of these plans might be best for you and your dogs.

If your dog becomes seriously ill or has an accident requiring surgery or other advanced treatment, having even lousy pet health insurance is better than having none at all. And having a good plan and knowing you can afford the co-payments can give you peace of mind at an otherwise terrible time.

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Meet our adoptable dog of the week, Victoria!

My Story

Everyone meet Victoria!!!  Victoria is a female Boxer/French Bulldog who is 35 lbs of a delightful pocket bully (truly she is maybe 15 inches tall).  She is about 2 years old and is a bouncy fun gal who likes all people and dogs too. She was found as stray in Victoria, California (all attempts to locate the owners were unsuccessful). When found she was covered in hundreds of ticks and ever so skinny. Not sure if they come any cuter than Tori. She is good on a leash, is pottie trained, however, she will need a strong handler to keep her in line. Tori has been spayed, is up to date on her vaccinations, been treated for parasites and is also microchipped.. If interested in meeting or possibly adopting Tori, please go to www.lolr.org and fill out an adoption application.

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Meet our Adoptable Dog of the week, Jane!

Maltese/min pin
Female, 4 years, 10 pounds

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Our dog of the week for adoption is… McMuffin!

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Meet our dog of the week! Corazon is up for adoption through Rover Rescue in Redondo Beach

Corazon

Terrier-Poodle
Female, 6 months, 3 pounds

Corazon named after the heart on her nose. Shy, sweet girl who would do best in a home with another dog. Due to her size, no kids under 12.

 

adopt@roverrescue.com

www. RoverRescue.com

 

 Next Mobile Adoption Event
Saturday, May 13th
11am – 2pm
Centinela Feed & Pet Supply
413 No. PCH
Redondo Beach, CA 90277
Come meet our adorable dogs available for adoption!

FOSTER HOMES NEEDED
Do you have room in your home and heart to foster a Rover Rescue dog?

For more info please email us at adopt@roverrescue.com
Thank you!

Featured Pup of the Week

We will be posting a dog every week in need of a furever home. Please check back weekly for the adorable pup featured on Auntie Em’s!

Facts about Monroe Spuds McKenzie

  • Breed: English Bulldog
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate – With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Everyone please meet our newest potato girl, Monroe Spuds McKenzie!!! Monroe is a 5 year old (DOB: 11/25) female English Bulldog that was surrendered to our rescue by her elderly owner. Monroe is very very sweet and loves people, especially kids. She is too curious about other dogs (especially littles) so she needs a home without another dog. We are also looking for someone that has bulldog experience to provide her with the training and experience she will need. She is a lovely dog with people and would make a great only pet. Monroe has been spayed, is up to date on vaccination and is also microchipped. If interested in meeting or adoption Monroe, please go to www.lolr.org and fill out an adoption application.

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