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Buddy of the Buddy Foundation of Maryland

The Buddy Foundation of Maryland offers emotional and financial support to dog owners whose dogs are in need of surgical care and the family cannot fund that, meaning the only alternative is euthanasia. This photo is of the founder's dog, Buddy himself.<br />
Hear about them in episode 182 of DogCast Radio.

The Buddy Foundation of Maryland offers emotional and financial support to dog owners whose dogs are in need of surgical care and the family cannot fund that, meaning the only alternative is euthanasia. This photo is of the founder's dog, Buddy himself.
Hear about them in episode 182 of DogCast Radio.

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Shep July 2016

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

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Misty May 2016

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

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Theodore November 2016

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

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Susie April 2016

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

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Sapphire June 2016

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

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Reginald December 2016

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

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Pedro October 2016

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

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Pandora

Pandora is still waiting for a forever home due to her owner not keeping her microchip details up to date.<br />
One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

Pandora is still waiting for a forever home due to her owner not keeping her microchip details up to date.
One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

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Mia February 2017

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

One year after it became law for owners to microchip their dogs, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home reveals almost half the strays that come through its doors are still unchipped. Today (6 April), on the anniversary since compulsory microchipping was introduced, the charity has released photos of some of the many stray dogs that came into its centres without microchips and were found new homes.

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