T-Shirt Design Contest

Help us design our new T-Shirt!

Hey friends! We are currently in the process of designing new shirts for the rescue and we want your help! Now through June 30th we will be accepting t-shirt designs for our rescue made by our awesome supporters! Requirements: -Include NMAR Logo -Include our tagline “Making families, one dog at

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Spring 2017 Newsletter

Click to view our full spring newsletter: NMAR Spring 2017 Newsletter Happy Spring, Friends! Is your dog the next NMAR cover dog? Want to have your adorable fur-baby on the cover of our 2018 calendar? Now is your chance! Thirteen winners will be featured in our NMAR 2018 Calendar, including

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Cooper

Happy Tails!  Hey friends. My name is Cooper formally known as Maxton. I am one happy and energetic boy. I love to run very fast and play with my bones and toys. I have so much fun playing with all of my dog friends. My mom is so happy she

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Annie

Here’s Anna, now Annie, doing what she loves. In late 2012, She was in a high-kill shelter in rural SC , with a badly broken hip after being hit by a car. Her sweet spirit stole our hearts immediately , and she weathered the broken hip and heart worms with

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Bringing Home a New Puppy or Dog

Bringing home a new puppy is truly one of life’s joys. Thoughtful pre-puppy preparations and a well-planned first 24 hours can give your fuzzy bundle of promise a head start and make your dreams of the perfect family dog come true. Before the Big Day Once household discussions have established that everyone wants a

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Heartworms in Dogs

Heartworms in Dogs: Facts and Myths WebMD separates the facts from fiction about canine heartworms. By Sandy Eckstein WebMD Pet Health Feature Reviewed by Amy Flowers, DVM Heartworms in dogs are easy to prevent, but difficult and costly to cure. We asked Sheldon Rubin, 2007-2010 president of the American Heartworm Society, to separate facts

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