By Nealie E. Sanchez | firstname.lastname@example.org Amy Harper is a 48-year-old artist living in the Texas Hill Country. While she has always been an artist, she wasn’t a dog-lover until she rescued her first dogs Ginger the brindle Border Collie and Chelsea the Border Collie-Lab Mix. “I didn’t grow up […]
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By Andrew Munford | TXDM Staff Writer History Picking a breed to focus on in our first edition was just as hard as I imagined. I’ve always been the type of person to see a dog and the last thing I think to ask is, “What kind of dog is […]
– TXDM Staff Texas Dog Magazine is dedicated to advocating for our four-legged friends. For this edition, TXDM has made a small donation to The Love Pit, a 501c3 foster-based, non-profit dog rescue in Dallas-Fort Worth. TLP’s mission is to reduce the homeless Pit Bull population through rescue, rehabilitation, training […]