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A Petdemic

It’s no secret that the past months have been filled with world-changing, life-altering chaos because of COVID-19. But, if we all stop to smell the roses – or pee on... Read More

Henry is Here to Stay

A dog qualifies for Our Here to Stay Program here at Bob’s House when we feel that the dog’s best interest would be to live out his or here life... Read More

I Still Remember

I still remember my first day of kindergarten. My mom and grandma brought me to the classroom to check it out and be sure I wouldn’t pitch a holy fit... Read More

Connecting Senior Dogs with Senior People… A Love Story

Della arrived at Bob’s House in April of 2017. Little was known about her, but clearly she had not been treated well by her previous owners. She was extremely fearful... Read More

Best Buddies

The names Carl and Eli have become synonymous with Bob’s House for dogs this past two years. Neither Carl nor Eli will most likely ever make it into the adoption... Read More

A Dog Named Emma

Emma first came to Bob’s House for Dog in the fall of 2012. She was one of 20 animals that were taken into protective custody in one of the most... Read More

The Happiest Place on Earth

When I first started working at Bob’s House For Dogs almost 5 years ago as a part-timer (I don’t even know if I have a title. I’ve never asked since... Read More

Lydia Meets Her Person

Lydia, a large mix breed, came to Bob’s House for Dogs from Chippewa Humane Association. Lydia was quiet, somewhat shy and kept to herself.  She preferred to stay off the... Read More

Ear and Skin Issues in Dogs

Ear and skin problems are very common in our dogs this time of year. Many times, the conditions can be related. Breeds – such as hounds, shepherds, bull dogs, collies... Read More

From Kennel to Couch

Our program that houses our adoptable dogs is titled “From Kennel to Couch”. The origin of this title comes from our main mission, to make senior dogs more adoptable. This... Read More