The folks on this page support the West Coast Mastiff and Large Breed Rescue.
Please support them!
The Mission is Simple: Create killer T-Shirts that make a statement and generate funds for small, struggling animal rescues. We know we can't save every “at-risk” animal, but we CAN save some... By creating unique, witty, high quality T-Shirts we know we can make a statement AND make a difference. We hope you will support us in this mission to help those who need it the most!
Arm The Animals
10% off cremation or burial package and 20% off pet niche inurnment for WCM adopters
East Lawn Pet Loss Center, Sacramento, CA
15% discount on any collar to someone adopting a dog from WCM
Rosalie Ball, Owner Cali Girl Collars
Where Endurance Meets Design
Cali Girl Collars Web Site
Canine Wines was inspired by our passions for wine and animals.
We are parents to rescued pets that have brought so much joy and love to our lives, our hope is that everyone could experience the same. To help good animals find their forever home, we give $5 of every bottle we sell to our animal rescue partners.
Our wine is produced with the same love and care we give to our animals. We start with premium grapes, from some of the finest vineyards throughout California. We then handcraft our wines in small batches producing wines we know you will appreciate.
If you are going to buy high quality wine, why not enjoy the wine that will also help kind and loving animals looking for their forever home.
When you buy Canine Wines, remember to tell them you heard about them from WCM!
Drink good wine, Save good animals. WWW.K9WINES.COM
Westlake Village Animal Hospital is afull-service hospital and wellness center. WVAH is at the forefront oftechnology and holistic medicine.
They provide physical diagnosticexams, vaccinations, surgery, pet pharmacy, complete laboratoryservices, boarding, grooming, acupuncture, chiropractic treatment, anda convenient pick-up and delivery service. WVAH has a lot of experience and knowledge regarding large breed dogs. We at WCMR recomend these guys highly as they have done a very good job with each of the rescue dogs we have brought to them.
AngelDogs Foundation is anot-for-profit organization formed solely for the purpose of providing mobilespay/neuter and outreach/educational services to companion animal owners in TheCounty of Los Angeles and The County of Kern.
Having your cats and dogs spayed or neutered makes good sense — for you and theanimals. Here’s some of what the HSUS has to say about spay-neuter: Fourmillion cats and dogs—about one every eight seconds—are put down in U.S.shelters each year. Often these animals are the offspring of cherished familypets, even purebreds. Spay/neuter is the only permanent, 100-percent effectivemethod of birth control for dogs and cats and a proven way to reduce the vastnumbers of animals who are born only to die prematurely and without a familywho loves them. Learn more about why you should spay or neuter your pet."
Welcome to the happiest “Spot” on the Web! We post a new cartoon every day, except for Sunday, when we rest.
Draw the Dog is drawn by Jim George, one of your typical ex-Disney animators who lives near the beach in Venice and once spent years animating in a cabin in the woods and who has been creating characters for film and TV and who has been a director and book author and who also has a counseling practice and who really likes animals and people, too.
Sure, these guys are a dime a dozen, but Jim is also quite sincere and seldom eats more than his fair share of food.
Of course, left to his own devices, Jim would almost certainly run out of good ideas shortly before global warming turns Las Vegas into a waterfront resort, so the whole idea – one might say the beauty and wonder underlying it – of this site is that most cartoons are inspired by real life dogs and their real life antics.
Jim draws the cartoons; Bruce Kasanoff does everything else. This is because Bruce can’t draw and Jim doesn’t want to do anything else.
Make your dog famous. Or maybe infamous.
Since the vast majority of dogs have trouble typing, we depend on folks like you (dog owners, that is) to write us with descriptions of your canine companions and their exploits.
You can do this here. Or here. (Same place – didn’t want you to miss it.)
If Jim is inspired by your story, we will write “inspired by (your dog’s name) in (your town and state) above the resulting cartoon, so be sure to tell us – you guessed it – your dog’s name and where you live. Please don’t get upset if you see a cartoon of a dog digging through the garbage and you think, “Hey! I sent Jim a story about my dog digging through the garbage!” Dogs like that sort of thing.