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HWAH – Follow us on Instagram!

HWAH – Follow us on Instagram!

House with a Heart is ramping up our posts on Instagram by adding Reels.  You may see Reels when you are scrolling down your Instagram page.  There is link for suggested reels as well. Reels are not the same as stories as they are permanent and don't disappear. if you...

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HWAH Pet Pantry Update

HWAH Pet Pantry Update

"Feed Fido and Fluffy" HWAH Pet Pantry Update We started our “Feed Fido and Fluffy” HWAH Pet Pantry in response to a community need that arose from COVID-19. As we started the Pet Pantry fund to help families with pets care for them in these difficult times,  you...

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Sweet Charlotte

Sweet Charlotte

We are sharing the HWAH story of Sweet Charlotte. She was a little over 10 yrs old.... she spent the first 10 yrs of her life in Hunt clubs - outdoor kennels all year long in VA. June 6th            The Owners of the Hunt Club decided to retire and since Charlotte was...

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K9 & Kitties MM Program

K9 & Kitties MM Program

Our K9 & Kitty Medical Miracles program continues to thrive — Thanks To You! We are providing medical grants up to $1,000.00 per pet to pay Vet bills for Rescue Partners who save senior dogs and cats from shelters or owner give ups. In 2021, we provided 20 Medical...

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Cool Tips for Hot Days

Cool Tips for Hot Days

Cool tips for hot days. How to keep your dog happy and healthy this summer Heat Stroke: Heat stroke is serious and can come on quickly and often when you’re on a walk, hike or run, far from home. This means, once you start seeing symptoms of distress, getting your dog...

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Cooling off at the Beach

Cooling off at the Beach

Water safety for you and your dog On a hot summer day, there’s nothing like cooling off at the beach, in the pool or by the lake. The only thing better is enjoying it with your dog.  But, just like you would do with your family, there are safety precautions you need...

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The Safety Net Story

The Safety Net Story

The Safety Net Story The reasons for people wanting to re-home their senior pet range from the ridiculous to the tragic.  But the bottom line is that a pet is at risk.   We want to avoid them having to go to a scary shelter with lots of animals and limited staff.  ...

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