Fosters Save Lives



We are a foster based rescue. What that means is that we rely on the kindness of volunteers to open up their homes and hearts to the animals we rescues. We do not have a facility/farm/kennel/warehouse where we can house animals. If we don't have a foster that can take in an animal, we can't rescue and save more lives.

Rainy Day Fun For Dogs


If you live with dogs, you know how tough rainy days can be. Keeping dogs entertained and finding a way to burn off some of their energy isn't easy when you are forced to stay inside and can't take them out for their daily walk. Here are a few ideas that you can try with your dogs the next time rain keeps you inside.

Leave No Paws Behind 2018 Year End Review

As another year quickly comes to a close and you review your list of year end tax deductible charitable donations, please consider Leave No Paws Behind, Inc. to help us continue to help them OR give them the Gift of Life all year long and sign up to become a monthly sponsor.

Here is the LNPB look back at an amazing 2018 it allows you all to see how your donations helped us continue to help them and how YOU have made a difference in so many lives. Please sit back, relax, have some coffee, possibly a Kleenex, as you smile and shed tears of happiness, and enjoy our year in review!

What better present to receive or give then the Gift of Life and Love. No amount is too small and all amounts help us continue to help them and are tax deductible. Here at LNPB we are people, helping people, helping paws and together we make the impossible possible and we move that unmovable mountain. Together we save lives because we believe, no matter what, no senior animal deserves to die alone and wondering on a cold shelter. Here at Leave No Paws Behind we go down a road less traveled in rescue. We specialize in seniors, end of life and those with special medical needs that are left behind to die on a cold shelter floor because we believe, no matter the age or medical condition, no beloved senior animal deserves to die alone and wondering. Leave No Paws Behind believes that whether they have a day, a week, a month or years, their life matters. I want to thank all of you for your continued love and support this year as we could not do what we do without all of you. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all you do for the animals. tw, LNPB
http://www.leavenopawsbehind.org/donate

Why Do Dogs Do That? Volume 3


Every now and again we like to share the reasons behind why your dog does strange thinks. We have previously tackled things like spinning before laying down, eating grass, kicking legs when getting their bellies scratched, and the cute head tilt. Today we will look at two more strange things that dogs do, why your dog stares at you, and the reverse sneeze. Do your pups do either of these things, or have you wondered what they meant? Keep reading to find out why your dog does these things.

These Everyday Items Are Dangerous To Your Pet


Common Items That Are Hazardous To Pets

There are a tremendous amount of everyday items that are poisonous or hazardous to your pets. If you are concerned that your pet has ingested a poisonous item, get them to your vet ASAP.

Some common symptoms that a pet may display if they have been poisoned: Vomiting, diarrhea, seizures, lethargy, loss of appetite, irregular heartbeat. Keep reading to see the list of common items that are hazardous to pets and what you can do if you think your pet has ingested something dangerous.

Hobbes Is Available For Adoption


Hobbes is an adorable 2-3 year old male Pekingese that we rescued from an LA County shelter on 9/24. He is available for adoption or foster now from Leave No Paws Behind. For more on Hobbes, please keep reading 😁

2019 Calendar Pre-Sales Have Started!


Hi there everyone! We are so excited about the way the 2019 calendar has turned out, and can't wait for you to see it! The pre-sale has started, you can place your orders now! We think this years calendar is the best ever, and will make a great addition to your wall. It will also make a fantastic Christmas gift for your animal loving friends. Click here to order the LNPB Calendar