Wednesday, Apr. 23, 2014

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FTLOD Episodes 46-50

Episode 46 – America’s Best Tails Finale Part 1

We continue our “America’s Best Tails” contest in this special episode with six returning finalists: Jill Sulak for DFW Rescue Me, Susan Blatz for Society for Companion Animals, Nancy Pinkston for Animal Allies of Texas, Stacey Johnson for Equest Therapeutic Horsemanship, Sammye Conway for Greyhounds Unlimited and Samantha Rozinsky for Equest Therapeutic Horsemanship.

Tune in again next week for more finalists AND for the big reveal of our “Best in Show” grand prize America’s Best Tails winner!

Episode 47 – America’s Best Tails Finale Part 2

We continue our “America’s Best Tails” contest in this special episode with five more returning finalists: Dana Morris for DFW Lab Rescue, Stacie Everitt for Great Danes Rescue North Texas (GDRNT), Mart Ratliff for Dog Scouts of America, Sally Seegers for Collin County Humane Society and Bonnie Hill for Kaufman Animal Awareness Program.

Watch to see who is our “Best in Show” grand prize America’s Best Tails winner with a $5,000 donation going to their favorite animal charity! Thanks for following America’s Best Tails!

Episode 48

Greyhound Adoption League of Texas (GALT) founder John McQuade and board members Melody McLaughlin and Jennifer Vilches stopped by to discuss their organization. Founded in 2001 with a motto of “no Grey turned away,” GALT has helped adopt more than 1,200 Greyhounds in North Texas. The organization has significantly helped reduce the number of racing Greyhounds euthanized after their racing days are over.

Episode 49

Kimberly Jenkins from Education & Animal Rescue Society (EARS) stopped by with Sea Lion, who was rescued from the illegal dog meat trade in Thailand. American Dog Rescue teamed up with EARS and Soi Dog to bring Sea Lion to Dallas as an ambassador to help end that trade. You can read more about Sea Lion’s story on the ADRF website here.

Episode 50

Kim Meloncon and Kayrene Janak of Great Dane Rescue of North Texas stopped by to discuss their organization’s commitment to rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming Great Danes in North Texas.