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Monthly Archives: August 2018

Separation Anxiety: 10 Tips to Help Your Dog

Separation anxiety is a feeling of nervousness, fear, or panic that develops when a dog is unable to be in contact with his or her caregivers. Symptoms of established separation anxiety include: Barking, whining, or howling when left alone Destructive … Continue reading

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State of Emergency: Protect the Breed

“Cowardly people fight to ban us; Courageous people fight to protect us.” 60 years ago, the Pitbull type dog was known for its loving demeanor and had a reputation as the ultimate family dog. Pitbulls were used in marketing campaigns … Continue reading

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Lio: A Tail of an Amazing, Adoptable, Misunderstood Dog Part 2

In our first and most recent Lio blog post, we introduced you to the big boy, a 7-year-old Catahoula Leopard Dog mix, Lio, who’s been in Pawmetto Lifeline’s care starting in 2014. (Sure, we may be stating the obvious, but … Continue reading

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Lio: A Tail of an Amazing, Adoptable, Misunderstood Dog Part 1

Lio. You might recognize the name. You might recognize the face. Maybe you saw him once or twice on a Subaru billboard ad while driving by the zoo exit over the past 3 years. There’s a chance you saw him in a Paws & … Continue reading

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State of Emergency: The Bully Breed Crisis in South Carolina – Part 1

Stay tuned each week as we take you behind-the-scenes of the plight of the bully breed. This multi-part series will uncover the myths behind the breed, the negative stigma surrounding bully breeds, and ways that you can help. Continue reading

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