Our dogs live inside! So, who's in The Dog House? Users & Abusers, Scammers & Fakes, Scoundrels & Losers.
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Started by LM Fowler - Admin. Last reply by LM Fowler - Admin Jun 2, 2018. 25 Replies 0 Likes
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Started by LM Fowler - Admin. Last reply by LM Fowler - Admin Aug 27, 2012. 16 Replies 0 Likes
Tags: goldendoodle, doodles, labradoodle, lynne, Oodles of Doodles Rescue
Started by LM Fowler - Admin. Last reply by LM Fowler - Admin Aug 24, 2012. 1 Reply 0 Likes
FRAUD ALERT! BULL...PROOF?Click Here For the PROOF DRC is lying! …Continue
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Started by LM Fowler - Admin. Last reply by LM Fowler - Admin Apr 9, 2011. 3 Replies 0 Likes
The Amish are widely viewed as plain, peaceful people. Reclusive and private, most people only catch…Continue
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Started by LM Fowler - Admin Mar 12, 2011. 0 Replies 0 Likes
All members of the rescue community and are horrified, shocked and saddened at what happened at the shelter at Chesterfield, SC. A shelter is supposed to be...well, a shelter. This hell hole is a…Continue
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Started by LM Fowler - Admin. Last reply by Jeannine, Gamine & Thalie Dec 5, 2010. 1 Reply 0 Likes
Velvet in AR - BAD BREEDER ALERTMore About Velvet-BAD BREEDERVelvet is a beautiful 3-5 month old Standard Poodle puppy who was dumped at a kill shelter by her breeder in Texas because she…Continue
Started by LM Fowler - Admin. Last reply by Jeannine, Gamine & Thalie Nov 7, 2010. 3 Replies 0 Likes
France officials have just revealed a disturbing plot by Al-Qaeda militants bound and determined to terrorize the innocent. Apparently, two years ago, terrorists took two stray dogs from the streets…Continue
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Started by LM Fowler - Admin. Last reply by LM Fowler - Admin Nov 4, 2010. 1 Reply 0 Likes
Here is a link to the report released today by the Humane Society of the United States about Missouri's worst puppy mills. Not that it actually matters what kind of dogs are being bred, some of the…Continue
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Started by LM Fowler - Admin. Last reply by LM Fowler - Admin Oct 21, 2010. 15 Replies 0 Likes
September 22, 2010 10:16 PMBy LAURA B. MARTINEZ, The Brownsville HeraldCameron County…Continue
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I believe I remember a Care2 Petition to make Animal Abuse a Federal Offense. That's what needs to happen. Going local or at the state level will take too long and there's just too many jurisdictions to worry about. It needs to be done at the Federal Level.
It is a very sad fact about the human race that the weaker among us feel the need to hurt and exploit those they consider weaker than themselves. All it really proves is that they are the weaker and maybe if the laws for animal abuse, child abuse and battering a woman were stiffer, it would help. I don't know but I can only hope and try to do my part. Glad you've joined our mission, Joyce.
4 fraud facts found by survey
For many people, the word “fraud' conjures images of a guy with a pasted-on smile trying to sell the Brooklyn Bridge. Nonprofit managers have learned, however, that fraud can occur in many forms, and often this educational experience is a bitter one.
During the recent AICPA Not-For-Profit Executives Forum in Anaheim, Frank J. Navran, a consultant on ethics issues, offered several startling, and disturbing facts about fraud in the nonprofit sector, based on several surveys. Sadly:
• The high standards of ethics in nonprofits are eroding. Fifty-five percent of nonprofit employees report observing misconduct. This is now level with the business and government sectors. Fraud includes alteration of documents or financial records, lying to external stakeholders and employees and misrepresenting hours.
• More nonprofits are “midsize.” It is the midsize organizations that experience the most misconduct.
• When it comes to ethics, nonprofits have a governance problem. Thirteen percent of nonprofit employees said it is the board that sets the ethical tone of the organization, compared to 6 percent and 11 percent in business and government, respectively. Where boards are seen to set the tone, perceptions of ethical leadership are lower. Where executives are seen to set the tone, perceptions of ethical leadership are higher.
• Effective ethics programs work well in nonprofits. The signs of a “strong ethical culture” include strong ethical leadership, supervisor reinforcement, peer commitment to ethics and embedded ethical values.
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