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Pass a Virginia law requiring dog owners to keep their dogs inside in harsh temperatures


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Legislation is greatly needed in the State of Virginia, requiring dog owners to keep their pets indoors once the temperature drops below 35 degrees, or exceeds 85 degrees. Currently, there is no protection for dogs left outside, and severe weather poses a fatal threat to these defenseless creatures.

Rainbow is a recent example:

On the morning of January 12, 2017, a dog was found frozen to death in Accomack County, Virginia.

Two men have were found to be responsible for the death of this dog when she was left outside in freezing cold temperatures. Her neck was bound by a chain that prevented her from reaching her flimsy un-insulated dog house, and she died an agonizing death, alone.

She was named posthumously named “Rainbow.”

Unfortunately, it is a common practice to leave dogs outside in extreme weather. These are just a FEW cases from Virginia:

Two Pit Bull Dogs Freeze to Death in Frederick County, VA

Owner gets second animal cruelty charge after pit bull dies from heat stroke in Henrico, VA

Two dogs die of heat stroke in Newport News, VA

Suffolk, VA woman charged with cruelty in dog death

Dog dies of excessive heat in Bristol, VA

Dog freezes to death in Accomack County, VA (Rainbow)

Dog Dies After Being Left in Hot Car Outside Virginia PetSmart

The general consensus is that dogs are not susceptible to harsh climates, and that their fur makes them resistant to such temperatures. This is untrue. To the contrary, dogs suffer a great deal in these conditions.

Numerous animal welfare organizations, including the ASPCA and The Humane Society of the United States, have urged pet owners to keep their animals inside during times of extreme and inclement weather that is life-threatening to animals left outside.

Recently, there have been several cases of people leaving their pets chained outside, day and night, in extreme weather. Many of these animals FROZE TO DEATH and there is NO LEGAL RECOURSE TO PROTECT THEM OR TO HOLD THEIR OWNERS ACCOUNTABLE!

We are appealing to you to help us protect our best friends!

Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser recently signed Emergency Legislation on February 21, 2017 to protect animals from harsh weather:

DC Mayor signs “Momma’s Law”

See a similar law passed by Massachusetts last year:




And in Indianapolis:


Chipper’s Books Are Making A Difference

CHIPPER’S FRIENDS: The Heartwarming Story Of An Imperfect Dog – is a hilarious autobiDOGraphy that proves you don’t have to be perfect to make a difference. The highly requested sequel, CHIPPER UNLEASHED! My Life As A Therapy Dog Dropout – is about Chipper’s mission to change the world and prove that our failed dreams don’t make us failures.

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Help Puppy Mill Dogs on Make A Difference Day…& Every Day

Today, October 22nd, is National Make A Difference Day. It is the biggest day of giving nationwide, and below are eight suggestions of how you can volunteer a little of your time to help make a dif…

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My 50 Things

So here’s my list of 50 things that I want to do (and will do) with my life in the next 20 years.

1) A Half Marathon

2) Open a business

3) Adopt another dog, or two

4) Have a formal wedding

5) Live in Hawaii

6) Live in Washington State

7) Learn to play violin

8) Go parasailing

9) Learn to rock climb

10) Take up photography

11) Learn to rappell

12) Travel to Europe

13) Learn to swim

14) Adopt a hedgehog

15) Do New Years Eve at Times Square

16) Move to Eaurope

17) Start a second business

18) Learn to DJ

19) Become a better dancer

20) Buy a camper van to travel to festivals in

21) Go away to a yoga retreat

22) Finish losing the weight

23) Maintain that weight loss

24) Invest money

25) Buy a small boat

26) Host a masquerade ball

27) Hike the appalacian trail (or part of)

28) Finally go to DC

29) Go back to school

30) Read at least 500 new books

31) Learn to design jewelry (better)

32) Help someone change their life

33) Become a nutritionist

34) Go deep sea diving

35) Do mornings better

36) Open a club/coffee shop

37) Attend a Sia concert

38) See Boy George DJ again

39) Buy an old house

40) Become a better student of Buddhism

41) Go skiing

42) Become a better Yogi

43) Be able to donate to charities on a regular basis

44) Become a pastry chef

45) More concerts

46) Take a train across the US (did it once want to do it again) write about it

47) Become a better blogger

48) Travel more

49) Attend Coachella

50) Buy land