The Dog Blog

  1. Carol and Ruby: A Dynamic Duo

    Meet Companions in Crisis Recipient, Ruby The following excerpt was pulled from Ruby’s mom’s GoFundMe Page. Scotties are known as the “die hards”, who just keep on going and going despite challenges they face. Scottie owners also often share similar “die hard” traits. Carol Joyce Shraison and her Scottie lass Ruby are excellent examples, and […]

  2. Companions in Crisis Highlight: Peanut

    During a regular at-home lumps and bumps check, Peanut’s mom discovered swollen lymph nodes. This was the first warning sign that something was wrong. Peanut’s mom quickly took the next steps to see if cancer was the cause. Unfortunately, Peanut was diagnosed with lymphoma, but her mom’s swift action meant that she could start her […]

  3. With Love, Licks, & Pepperoni Sticks

    Meet our newest Companions in Crisis recipient, Pepper. This sweet lady is being treated by the incredible staff The Oncology Service at the Regional Veterinary Referral Center in Springfield. You’re in great hands, Pepper! We’re sending you and your family lots of love. Read a letter from Pepper’s mom below [shortened]: Dear FETCH a Cure, […]

  4. Stories That Uplift Us

    Many of us have been tethered to social media recently for updates and information. It’s important, but can be very stressful. In hopes to provide some levity to your news feed, we’ll be sharing stories that uplift us. They’ll be Companions in Crisis recipients, Pen Pals graduates, all star volunteers, wonderful veterinarians, and more! In […]

  5. A Message from FETCH a Cure

    As the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation continues to evolve, FETCH a Cure and our community partners have been taking precautionary measures and adhering to recommendations from public health officials and the CDC. We will continue to work on behalf of pets and their families, but we must take precautions to keep our staff and our communities […]