Category Archives: Pup’s Place

Dogs in a Blizzard

I LOVE a good blizzard and living in North Dakota we’re bound to get one now and then. So just a few hours into the first decent blizzard of the 2012-2013 winter I jumped at the chance to go play with the dogs in the fresh, fluffy white stuff. They were not as excited as I was…

"Mom, what happened to the yard?"

“Mom, what happened to the yard?”

"Mom, it's too cold!"

“Mom, it’s too cold!”

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Recycled Pet Art

When we came across Paws on Earth we knew we had to learn more. Chad Logan is a talented artist focused on helping pets in need through one-of-a-kind artwork. He creates quirky dog and cat artwork using recycled materials and donates the profit from sales to various charities. His two rescue dogs, Gus and Jasper provide motivation for his clever creations. Continue reading

National Education for Assistance Dog Services

It is important to us at Pup’s Place, LLC to give back to society in a meaningful way. We are happy to announce that National Education for Assistance Dog Services (NEADS) has been chosen as our main donor recipient through our 1% give back program.

NEADS is a non-profit organization that was established in 1976 to provide canine assistance for people who are deaf or have a disability. These assistance dogs become an extension of their handlers and bring freedom, physical autonomy and relief from social isolation to their human partners.

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National Dog Day, August 26


This is Laurie with her two favorite rescues – Luca and Emi!

It’s time to celebrate!

National Dog Day is celebrated August 26th annually and serves to help galvanize the public to recognize the number of dogs that need to be rescued each year, and acknowledges family dogs and dogs that work selflessly each day to save lives, keep us safe and bring comfort. Dogs put their lives on the line every day – for their law enforcement partner, for their blind companion, for a child who is disabled, for our freedom and safety by detecting bombs and drugs and pulling victims of tragedy from wreckage. Continue reading