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A Chance for Chance

Saying goodbye has been the hardest part of having a pet for me. On March 26, I had to say goodbye to the first dog I adopted as an adult.... Read More

Here to Stay

For some dogs, Bob’s House for Dogs becomes their forever home. Remember, Bear, Midnight and Scooter, the trio of German shepherds who were Bob’s first residents? How about Koda and... Read More

Norman

Some angels have fur. A number of years ago, I took two dogs from Bob’s House for Dogs to an area memory care facility. The dynamic duo Included Norman, a... Read More

Hunter’s Vacation

Hunter came to Bob’s House for Dogs last July as a 12-year-old stray. The shelter knew who his people were, but they never called back to claim him. He was... Read More

Sir Henry

Sometimes Bob's House for Dogs isn't necessarily the best fit for every dog.... Read More

No Eyes? No Problem!

Curtis, found as a stray, came to us from Coulee Region Humane Society. Estimated to be around five years old, he weighed in at 3.2 pounds. His coat was littered... Read More

Peanut Butter Bacon Burger

While working at Bobs House I’ve seen many dogs come and go. Some dogs seem to touch our hearts in such a way it is hard to put into words. Milo... Read More

Fond Memories

As a longtime volunteer at Bob’s House, I’ve gotten the added bonus of getting to know many of the dogs that have come through the doors over the years. While... Read More

Roger That

Losing a pet is like burying a kid, so after the death of Kitty, our 20-year-old cat, Casper, my 16-year-old rat terrier mix, and Angie’s 13-year-old springer, Kodi, all within... Read More

Peter Retires

Peter worked as a “Canine Company Companion” at Bob’s House for Dogs. I first met Peter when he joined the Bob’s House pack in 2012 after he was rescued from... Read More