When you adopt a shelter or rescue dog, you save two dogs – the one you adopt and the one who now gets your dog’s space in the shelter. Mishu was adopted from a dog rescue group in Oakland, California and we couldn’t be more appreciative of the work they do. The California dog rescue group works with a rescue group in Guatemala called Unidos Para Los Animales, which is the group that rescued Mishu from the streets.
Happy thanksgiving 🦃! I’m thankful for my loving family, my home, and last but not least, so thankful to all of my followers. #thanksgiving #thankful
To all the dogs, dog lovers, and people who wish they were dogs — have a great day full of sniffing, running, rolling, eating, sleeping, cuddling, and chasing!
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If you — like me — no longer have a mother or are not able to become one, #MothersDay can be tough. Big Hugs from Dear Mishu today. I’m going to spend today getting love from my adopted family. https://dearmishu.com/adopt-shelter-rescue-pet-dog/
I’ll eat anything. It must be my proud street-dog heritage – I’ve got some scavenger in me! … A lot of us with difficult pasts focus on the negatives, but we should remember that it gave us many things: resilience, flexibility, an appreciation for life and a willingness to eat anything!
The Inside Story
Yes, Mishu really will eat anything, including things she’s not supposed to eat.
She’s not like some dogs who you have to measure their food or they’ll eat everything in the bowl. Even if it’s her favorite food, Mishu will generally stop when she’s no longer hungry and leave some food in the bowl.