Watch how a 13-year-old dog touched the lives of countless veterans. Learn more about the incredible organization, Warrior Canine Connection, here.
At a very young age, Booker was abandoned not once, but twice by abusive owners. Fortunately, he was saved from euthanasia by a local no-kill shelter and an amazing foster mom. The shelter found it very difficult to find him a home because he was so skittish and fearful of humans. That was when his now owner, Julia, decided to take a chance on him.
Check out the a day in the life of one of our favorite office pets, Delilah.
Solid Gold’s mission began in 1974 when a pioneering, animal-loving woman by the name of Sissy Harrington McGill decided her dogs deserved a nutritious, natural food that would keep them happy and healthy. Thus, our flagship product, Hund-N-Flocken was born. Sissy believed everyone’s pets deserved the best as well and built a strong following of pets and their owners, sample by sample. Now, over 40 years later, Solid Gold has a well-developed line of natural and holistic dry foods, canned foods, treats, and supplements for both dogs and cats.
This 30-minute documentary tells the rich history of Sissy and the unconventional route she took to create the first-ever holistic pet food.
Ever wonder what it’s like to be a Solid Gold office dog?
Scooty’s story begins in the slums of Mexico. She was abandoned and alone since birth, with no one to care for her. If that wasn’t enough, she was hit by a car and left to die when she was only 6 months old. The accident permanently damaged her hind-legs. She was forced to drag herself around while her horrendous wounds continued to get worse and worse. Miraculously, she was alive when rescuers found her and took her in. She was discovered with open wounds on her legs, down to the bone, infested with maggots. The shelter that brought her in decided to turn to social media, as a last resort for Scooty, with the hope to raise funds for her treatment.
Her now owner, Erica, immediately fell in love with her and knew what she had to do. She went straight down to Mexico and adopted her, offering to take care of all of her needs herself. She got Scooty a wheelchair, harnesses, and leg braces so she could walk again. She enrolled her in hydrotherapy, acupuncture and massage therapy. In just 3 months, she was able to stand and peddle her legs, and within a year, she was walking again!
Four years later, Scooty has overcome every vet’s expectations and rarely uses her wheelchair, continuing to improve every day. Scooty never gave up hope and her will to live is an inspiration to pets and humans alike. Scooty and her owner, Erica, are inseparable. Together they swim, hike, and travel all over the world!