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Mell’s Mutts

by Elayne Gonzalez


Hi I’m Stanley. Yes, I only have one eye and I sometimes only use three of my legs, but I’m still the cutest six- pound min-pin mix little guy you’ll probably ever meet. So here’s my story, but before I start I want to warn you it’s a little sad, but don’t cry because as you can see I’m really good now. This is how it started.

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by Elayne Gonzalez


We would like you to meet Izzy and her “fast food” gang. Why fast food, you ask? Well, all nine of her adorable puppies are named after fast food favorites. Let us whet your appetite, care for some, Panda Express, Deli-Delicious, Carl’s Jr, Arby’s, Wendy’s, Starbucks, Bob’s Big Boy, Taco Bell, or Burger King? Whatever you’re craving we got it!

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Mell’s Mutts: Lucky Vita

IN THE March 27 ISSUE

FROM THE 2021 Articles,
andAnimal Rescue Adventures
SECTIONS

by Elayne Gonzalez


We would like to tell you a story about a very special, and some will say, very lucky little girl. Vita is only about a year old and weighs maybe seven pounds now. She’s very young and small but oh boy, has she already lived an eventful life.

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Mell’s Mutts: Atticus

IN THE February 27 ISSUE

FROM THE 2021 Articles,
andAnimal Rescue Adventures
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by Mell Garcia


Meet Atticus. This boy is so popular that he won first place in a local calendar contest, he has his own Instagram page, and he has a huge fan following! What makes the amazing boy stand out is not just his handsome smile, but Atticus had to have one of his legs amputated when he was only three weeks old.

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Mell’s Mutts: Pearl

IN THE January 30 ISSUE

FROM THE 2021 Articles,
andAnimal Rescue Adventures
SECTIONS

by Mell Garcia


In early October there was a post on social media that showed the picture of a beautiful dog sitting in a grassy area near a creek. The person who posted was asking for help because she believed this dog had been dumped. This area is notorious for dumped dogs, and this particular dog had been sitting in the exact spot for the entire day.

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