Helping to fight Canine Cancer-A Special Thanks to Petco Foundation & Blue Buffalo!

On behalf of all the wonderful dogs that will benefit and on behalf of the people that love them, The Mosby Foundation extends deepest thanks to Petco Foundation and Blue Buffalo for their very generous grant to our Cancer Treatment Fund. With this grant, we will be able to assist in the treatment of canine cancer in […]

Update on Lyla!

On June 26, 2018 Lyla will go in for her Ectrodactyly “Split Paw” surgery!  Please keep her and her mom in your thoughts as we all wish Lyla a safe surgery and a speedy recovery! We will keep you posted as we learn more! It has certainly taken a village to get her to surgery […]

Buckwheat (Bucky)

Hello, Friends. We have an update on sweet, Buckwheat “Bucky” in Hattiesburg, MS. Thanks the generosity of many kindhearted folks, Bucky was able to have a very successful Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD) surgery! He is at home resting and is expected to make a full recovery! THANK YOU to all that gave to Bucky’s special […]

PAWS Act would add protections for pets in domestic violence situations

Story credited to WTKR ( WASHINGTON, D.C. – A bill introduced in congress aims to protect victims of domestic violence by giving more protection their pets. U.S. Senators from Virginia, Mark Warner and Tim Kaine (both D-VA) announced their support and co-sponsorship for the Pet and Women Safety (PAWS) Act this month. Studies show abusers […]

The Meaning of Being Best Friends

Richmond, VA In 2012, a friend asked Claudia if she wanted a dog. Without hesitation, she said, “Yes!” Claudia got in her truck and hightailed it over to her friend’s house with her current dog, Shadow Bear. She wanted to make sure that the two dogs got along before making the commitment. When Claudia arrived, […]

When the Unthinkable Happens

Aransas Pass, TX Amanda’s family are BIG dog people. So, when she graduated from high school, her family gave her Ellie, a German Shorthaired Pointer puppy, as a gift. To say that she was thrilled would be an understatement. As a young woman working two jobs to financially prepare for nursing school, Amanda lived at […]