Denver CO



Pet adovcate orgs need to be transparent with thier money

Saw a blog article by Emily Fromm, VP of development for Petfinder today.  If only all organizations were so forthcoming with their revenues and spending policies.  You can find this information out for many of the organizations by looking up their Form 990 which is public information.  Emily’s post with a lot of detail […]


Friendly Fire, Nathan Winograd’s 2012 Book

I have read Redemption, Irreconcilable Differences and now Friendly Fire.  I am absolutely certain Winograd’s books have changed the lives of pets across the country and the numbers saved.  This book outlines some of the incredulous events that have transpired due to negligence, incompetence, or outright policy of some of […]


Sandy’s homeless Pets

You should donate if you can, but if at all possible, do it locally and know where your money goes and what it is used for.  Smaller local organizations will get much more bang for your buck. It’s unfortunate that the large organization can no longer be trusted with my […]


A man and his dog

Just a few months ago, I spoke with a gentleman about adopting a dog.  His family was rejected for not being willing to let the dog on the furniture.  I worked to help him find another rescue or shelter to get the family a dog. I believe in the application […]