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Tuesday, July 31, 2007
Einstein is blind. But before you count him out as your next best friend please give him a chance and read more about him. You see, even though he is blind....Einstein is a wonderful little dog despite the fact that he spent the first part of his life in pure misery.
Einstein had spent his whole life living in a cage. Rescued from a puppy mill where he had been used for breeding...and having nothing his whole life, this little guy is amazingly loving and sweet. After discovering that Einstein was blind due to cataracts, he was no longer "valuable" and was tossed out like trash. He was rescued and we are so happy to have him!
This six year old, male, cocker spaniel, may be blind, but it seems that he may be able to regain some sight in his right eye with surgery. He loves other dogs and people. He is such a sweet boy. His tail wiggles in pure joy whenever he is with people.
Because he is blind, he needs people who will understand his disability...if you can do that, Einstein will wiggle his way into your heart and will be the best friend you will ever have!
We found Einstein currently being cared for by Pet Promise in Columbus, Ohio. Pet Promise is made up a a group of volunteers who care about the future of companion animals and who work together to help change the future of homeless pets.
For more info on Einstein, click here!
Monday, July 30, 2007
So, do you happen to have an empty lap?
If so, Charlie may be just the bundle of fur to fill it! Charlie is a gentle darling, good with dogs and cats. He is looking for his forever home, probably one without little children. Is it yours?
Charlie is Shih Tzu, white and tan, male about 12 lbs. He is about 3 years old, had a moderate activity level, is very friendly and good with kids, other dogs and cats.
We found Charlie currently being cared for by Pet Rescue By Judy, in Orlando, Florida. They are a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue cats and dogs. Many of them come to them with medical needs. They are doctored to the best of their ability and resources. They do not have a shelter, but, instead, house their rescued animals in private homes until they can find loving homes for them.
For more info on Charlie, click here!
Sunday, July 29, 2007
Trisket can be shy at first, but is eager to please. She likes to play ball and will be your best friend once she gets to know you.
She is a young adult, female Terrier mix that is currently being cared for by the Living Free Animal Sanctuary in Mountain Center, California.
Living Free works to: save the lives of cats and dogs who otherwise would be euthanized; spread the message that our companion cats and dogs are entitled to secure lives enhanced by loving care; and
teach youngsters and adults to understand, respect and value animals.
For more information on Trisket, click here!
Saturday, July 28, 2007
Butch and Sundance are here to tell you, they are serious about getting adopted! They are ten month old lab mix pups who love long walks, playing together, and treats. The more treats, the better! They are looking for an owner who has time to spend with them..since they are puppies still.
Both Butch and Sundance could use a little obedience training to make them the best dogs they can be. And they would like to go home together, but it is not a requirement. They would do just fine being adopted separately.
We found Butch and Sundance being cared for by the Pet Helpers Rescue and Adoption Center in Charleston, South Carolina. Pet Helpers is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to end the euthanasia of all adoptable cats and dogs.
For more information on Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, click here!
Friday, July 27, 2007
Meet Cecil, a 2 year old yellow lab. This boy is a true retriever! He loves to chase anything you'll throw for him. Come prepared, as he will meet you wet!
Cecil is housebroken, good with other dogs, neutered and UTD on shots. He is currently being cared for by Paws For Life in Chesapeake City, Maryland.
Paws For Life visits the local SPCA on an ongoing basis and selects dogs that are scheduled for euthanasia, but would make a wonderful pet. All of their dogs are current on their shots and have been neutered.
For more information on Cecil, click here!
Thursday, July 26, 2007
Fuzz is a Kelpie, Border Collie, Aussie cross about 10 months old. She is a 37lb herding mix who was surrendered with two other dogs when their guardian moved and could no longer keep them.
She is good with dogs and livestock but has not been exposed to cats. Fuzz is housetrained and knows some basic obedience. Like her breed type, Fuzz is a very active and intelligent dog who will need a guardian that is commited to keeping her mentally and physically exhausted. Fuzz is a sweet girl who is well socialized and would do well in almost any family dynamic.
Fuzz is currently being cared for by the folks at the Humane Society of Galletin Valley in Bozeman, Montana. Their mission is to compassionately shelter the lost and surrendered pets of Gallatin and Madison Valleys, and to enhance the lives of people and companion animals through pet adoption and education.
For more information about Fuzz, click here!
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Chex wants to be your friend. He is approximately 5 years old. If it's not too much trouble, he'd like to follow you around when you're outside, and sit next to you when you're inside. He'd like to lay his head gently on your lap so you can pet him.
He'd like to sleep on the floor next to your bed at night, and lay his head on the edge of the bed for more petting when you wake up. He'd like you to take him on nice long walks, and to the park. But more than anything, he doesn't want to be alone again.
Chex was picked up as a stray by a shelter in rural Indiana. He must have been abandoned by his previous owner because there is no way this sweet, sweet dog would ever run away from home. He's housebroken, walks nicely on leash, and knows some basic commands. He'll gladly learn some more if you take the time to teach him.
Chex is good with other dogs, but is most interested in his people. He likes kids, but shows a bit too much interest in cats, so he should go to a cat-free home. Don't let that furry coat fool you -- this guy is only 30 pounds, every one of them oozing sweetness and charm.
Chex is being fostered in the Chicago area through Great Lakes Border Collie Rescue. Their mission is twofold: to rescue, retrain and rehome the unwanted border collies who have come into their care, and to promote responsible pet guardianship through education.
For more info on Chex, click here!
Tuesday, July 24, 2007
Shadow is very sweet and lovable little Lhasa Apso. He is about 2 1/2 yrs old, gets along well with other dogs, would be best with older children, and is working on his housebreaking.
We found Shadow listed with Little Angels Rescue in Arcadia, Florida. Little Angels Rescue is a "no kill", non-profit 501c3 private rescue organization based in Arcadia, Florida. They specialize mainly in small dogs, both purebreds and mixes. All of our "little angels" are treated as family until we can find them the perfect "forever" home.
For more information about Shadow, click here!
Monday, July 23, 2007
Ace is a 3 year old white and fawn male, Greyhound, who has the most beautiful eyes. He's so friendly and happy, his whole body wags when he comes out to play. (And he may be cat-friendly).
We found Ace at Greyhound Rescue of New England in Mendon, Massachusetts.
If you are unable to adopt a new pup right now but would like to help, there are many ways you can do so. You can foster a dog for a short while. Sponsor a dog's spay or neuter. Help with a fund raiser. Round up donations of cleaning supplies, office supplies, etc. And of course, donations are always needed.
For more information on Ace, click here!
Sunday, July 22, 2007
Big, beautiful Gabe is a purebred, Landseer Newfoundland, registered in Canada. He is a sweet giant who loves nothing more than to walk with the pack at Second Chance, or go for a drive with his favorite human.
He was born in 203 and weighs about 135 lbs. Gabe is good with other dogs, but not with cats, best with older children, housebroken and has had basic training.
Gabe is sweet and affectionate, and knows basic obedience commands. Gabe loves to walk, but is also content to just hang out quietly. Do you have a place in your heart for this beautiful giant?
We found Gabe at Second Chance at Love Humane Society, a nonprofit, no-kill organization, in Temperton, California. They are comprised of volunteer professionals dedicated to the rescue, care and placement of homeless dogs with responsible families who will provide loving care for the lifetime of the animal. They believe in resolving behavior issues by providing exercise, leadership and discipline to their rescue dogs. They are dedicated to the elimination of overpopulation through aggressive neutering programs, as well as the reduction of homeless animals through effective public education.
For more information about Gabe, click here!
Saturday, July 21, 2007
Samantha is such a beautiful little girl, a two year old cocker spaniel, who is loving, house-trained, friendly and just marvelous. She is a sweet doggie who was given up because her previous family was no longer able to care for me.
She greatly enjoys the company of all humans (large and small) and other friendly canines. She's quite the catch and can't wait to find her forever home.
Samantha is currently being cared for by The MaxFund, a non-profit organization in Denver that was established in May of 1988 to provide medical care for injured pets with no known owners, and to seek out new homes for these animals once they have recovered.
The MaxFund is a no-kill dog and cat shelter. MaxFund assists hundreds of people and animals each year by trying to make the correct match between owner and pet. MaxFund adopts animals to Colorado residents only.
For more information about Samantha, click here!
Thursday, July 19, 2007
Zazoo is a 15 month old little cutie who is very loving & affectionate. He is a pure bred JRT - a small guy, who only weighs 11 pounds. But don't let that smallness fool you, he is a big bundle of energy, and would make a great agility dog, or fit in very nicely with an active home.
He is currently being fostered with an agility family and is learning manners, behaviors, and some agility obstacles, as well. He is crate trained and leash trained, knows basic commands, and is good with dog savvy cats and children.
Zazoo would make a great jogging buddy, or agility pal. True to the JRT breeding, he is amazingly smart and picks up tricks very quickly! He is neutered, UTD on his shots, microchipped and on flea & HW preventative.
Currently Zazoo is being fostered through Smaller Paws in Indiana. Smaller Paws is a volunteer based rescue, dedicated to re-homing mostly Pomeranians, other small/medium dogs, and occasionally larger dogs when they have room that have been abandoned by their owners. Most come from animal shelters that due to limited space, cannot house them for long.
All their dogs are kept in foster homes where they are able to learn their likes and dislikes, and their good and ...not so good behaviors. It also allows them to re-train the unfavorable behaviors, and to encourage the better ones! Smaller Paws does long distance adoptions at the adopters cost, if there are safe flights or travel opportunities, and they have volunteers in the area to do a home visit. They require an application, references and a home visit to adopt one of their dogs.
For more info on Zazoo, click here!
Be sure and scroll to the end of the page when you stop by, you can see some really cool dog shelter and rescue themed shirts that we are posting that are available through CafePress. My Mum has several shirts from them and loves 'em. And the best part? We donate 10% of the profits from the sale to dog rescue!
Nothin' Butt Rescues
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Charlie was given up by his people who no longer had time for him due to busy schedules. He is a happy, fun loving, gorgeous boy. He would very much like to be back in a home with his very own people to love and adore.
Charlie is a male Dachshund. He weighs 16 pounds and was born 7/5/04. He is currently being cared for by Hearts United for Animals, a national no-kill shelter, sanctuary and animal welfare organization in Auburn, Nebraska.
Hearts United for Animals does long distance adoptions if there are safe flights and they have volunteers in the area to do a home visit. They require an application, references and a home visit to adopt one of their dogs. Their dogs are all spayed or neutered and are current on health care.
For more info on Charlie, click here!
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
Are you looking for good looks and a great personality -- that sweet girl who loves everyone she meets? Do you wish you could find a dog with high drive, but doesn't mind hanging out, too? Then Mia might just be the girl you've been searching for.
There's one thing you should know about Mia, she lives to play! She'll play ball and tug as long as you want, and she even enjoys just playing with toys by herself. Mia is now house trained and crate trained, but she came to rescue with no training, so she can be a bit of a wild child at times.
However, she's been working hard to learn her manners, and really gets a kick out of learning all sorts of new things. She's learning quickly to sit instead of jumping on people, sit and wait at doors, walk on leash and leave things alone. She'll need a family that will commit to continuing her education to help her reach her potential. Her keen mind, eagerness to work with people, and her love of playing and running give her great potential for sports --agility, flyball, or whatever her new family enjoys.
Mia's biggest hurdle was learning how to play well with other dogs. She has a lot of herding instinct and intimidated some dogs. She has met a lot of dogs while she has been in her foster home, and now does well with most of the dogs she meets. She's learning to "play nice" and has learned to enjoy the company of other dogs now. The other dogs like running and playing with her, too!
While Mia loves to run and play all day, she is also very content to relax in the evening and chew on a bone or sit quietly by your chair for some petting. Mia is always eager to meet a new person, and she just adores children.
Mia is ready for a forever home with a family who loves Border Collies and their quirks. She is an active, happy girl who needs a family that will continue her training, and give her the play and exercise she adores (and also a good daily dose of petting, of course!) She is up-to-date on vaccinations, is heartworm negative, spayed, and her hips checked out great for any dog sport.
We found Mia listed with the Border Collie Rescue of Texas. Mia is being fostered in the Houston/Katy area.
If you think that Mia might be the girl for you, click here!
Tuesday, July 17, 2007
Betty Boop was found at a local shelter and taken in by Project Pet in Columbia, South Carolina. She can be a wee bit nervous at first, so a home with very young children might not be ideal. Older kids would be great and she'd likely enjoy them very much. She's quite pretty and has a very pleasant disposition. As with all their pets up for adoption, she's been spayed, vaccinated and is microchipped.
Project Pet believes companion pets have value beyond economic measurement and are entitled to legal, moral and ethical consideration. Their mission is to form a federation of like-minded organizations and individuals to alleviate animal suffering; set safe and humane standards for companion pets and shelters; and educate and increase awareness of the necessity for spaying and neutering to reduce the overall number of unwanted companion pets, eventually reducing the need for euthanasia.
Betty Boop is 1-2 years old and looking for her forever home. Click here for more info!
Monday, July 16, 2007
Honey is an incredibly sweet and gentle Fox Hound/some other kind of hound mix. She weighs about 40lbs and is full grown. Honey is great with children, other dogs and cats.
She is house and crate trained and is learning how to walk on a leash. Honey loves to run and play. She needs a home with children old enough to know not to hurt her and a fenced yard to play in.
We found Honey currently being cared for by Saint Seton's Orphaned Animals in Arlington, Virginia. Saint Seton's is a Virginia Corporation dedicated to rescuing, training, and placing homeless animals into permanent loving homes in Virginia, Maryland, and DC. Saint Seton's strives to educate the public and adopter's on proper care of companion animals.
For more info on Honey, click here!
Sunday, July 15, 2007
Mack was born in November 2006. His mother was brought to us by a homeless man when she was very pregnant and very thin. All the puppies have been successfully adopted except for Mack.
He is now a well behaved young boy who loves to play with other dogs and would like a home with a young, female playmate. He also loves children and does very well with cats. Mack needs an owner who will continue his training and has had dog experience before.
American Bulldogs are an assertive breed but are gentle and loving with family members. They are intelligent, sensitive and generally quite calm. Mack knows how to sit, lay down, stay and come when called. He is housetrained and crate trained.
Mack is currently being cared for by People's Anti Cruelty Association /Albuquerque Animal Rescue (PACA), a No-Kill rescue group, was founded in 1973. Our main mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehouse homeless dogs and cats. PACA has no shelter facility and relies on an organized network of foster parents who graciously take animals into their homes and hearts until permanent homes are found.
For more info on Mack, click here!
Saturday, July 14, 2007
Charlie is a cute, energetic Jack Russell terrier/beagle mix who is still under a year old. He is happy and friendly, just like a pup should be. Charlie loves other dogs and he does well with people.
He walks pretty well on the leash, though running around is something he's better at. Charlie has an injured leg that will always have a little bend in it, but it doesn't slow him down a bit. He's a smart one, and he can show you the sit command, though he tends not to sit still for long.
Charlie is currently being cared for by the Animal Defense League in San Antonio, Texas. The Animal Defense League is the largest 'no-kill' non-profit animal shelter in the Southwest, celebrating over 70 years of operation. They provide healing and compassion for thousands of animals annually, and find loving homes for them every day.
For more info on Charlie, click here!
Friday, July 13, 2007
Eddie is a 1 year old, neutered male, Lancashire Heeler Mix. He was found wandering stray in New River and when brought to foster care spent the first three days huddled in his bed in the corner of his room. He was terrified.
On day four Fast Eddie realized he'd fallen into a sweet deal, no yelling, lots of love, great food, comfortable digs and his true personality emerged. Eddie loves to run, loves playing with any and all other dogs, absolutely loves with a great passion any toy stuffed or rubber squeaky, especially big squeaky balls.
Eddie loves playing in a hose, a puddle, and a pool. He is always on the go, experiencing all the fun and life he obviously never had in his puppyhood. If you can slow him down long enough, he'll let you love all over him, then he's off like a shot for more fun. Probably not good with cats, or small children, but would be great with one or multiple playful energetic dogs his size.
He is house-trained, dog-door trained, loves to ride in a car, hasn't been tested on leash training. Can free feed, won't overeat. Current on all shots and is microchipped.
Eddie is currently being cared for by Foothills Animal Rescue in Cave Creek, Arizona. For more info on Eddie, click here!
Thursday, July 12, 2007
Olsen is his name and activity is his game! His little tongue pokes out all the time and his foster mom says it's so endearing. I guess that's good!
He loves attention and kisses and rides really great in the car. Olsen is still very much a baby and needs work with his housebreaking, but he is such a lover with a great temperament.
Olsen is currently being cared for by a foster family through Rescue Me Yorkie Rescue. Rescue Me is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the safety and well-being of the Yorkshire Terrier breed. They are a small group of rescue buddies who came to know one another through one common interest - saving the lives of dogs.
For more information about Olsen, click here!
Wednesday, July 11, 2007
Booie is a Husky gal just over a year old. She will win you over with those beautiful blues! Her previous owner had to move somewhere and couldn't take her with him so she is in need of a new home.
She is 99% housebroken. This only means if she is left for very long periods of time, she may have an accident but normally does not. She has done fine with most other dogs. Booie should have a fenced yard at her new home and it should be at least 5' chain link or privacy.
Booie is currently being taken care of by the Pet Refuge in Mishawaka, Indiana. Pet Refuge is a not-for-profit "no-kill" animal shelter run by volunteers for the placement of unwanted and abandoned pets into responsible permanent homes.
For more information on Booie (which is one of my nicknames, by the way), click here!
Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Lilly spent several months at a local shelter, where despite her loving nature, she was facing death row. She is a medium-sized, black lab mix who has an uncommonly sweet nature. She has a resilient spirit about her and seems to regard newcomers as new friends. Born in 1999, this energetic girl will need a family with an active lifestyle. She loves to romp and play in the sunshine—and particularly loves to swim!!
We found Lilly being cared for at the Home At Last Santuary in Salvisa, Kentucky. Home At Last Animal Sanctuary, accredited by the American Sanctuary Association, provides lifetime care for many animals including dogs, cats, pigs, cows, goats, rabbits and a horse, and includes a separate wildlife refuge.
They are a for-life sanctuary, emphasizing the concept of compassion and offering exceptional quality of life for many formerly abandoned or abused animals. Programs include rescue, adoption, educational outreach, low-income spay/neuter assistance, and feral trap/spay/neuter/release.
For more information about Lilly and all the animals at the santuary, click here!
Monday, July 9, 2007
Mister Dog is a 2 year old, neutered, Chinese Crested. He's a little guy with very limited life experience and is timid with strangers, but it doesn't last long when he gets to know you.
Right now, he's needy, very like a small child who's not sure of his place in life. Mister likes to ride and he likes to cuddle in a lap. Chinese Crested dogs are loyal and loving, often a one person dog. Clownish and playful, they are enjoyable companions.
With their exposed skin, they do need special care - lotions and winter clothes and no extended time in the sun. People familiar with Chinese Crested dogs describe them as sweet natured with awesome personalities. Because Mister Dog has never been around children, he needs an adult-only home.
We found Mister Dog being cared for by the Ark Animal Shelter in Cherryfield, Maine. Their mission is to provide compassionate care and placement of homeless animals through the shelter operation. To help alleviate overpopulation of companion animals by promoting their spaying/neutering. To promote and improve the welfare of all animals through community outreach and education.
For more information on Mister Dog, click here!
Sunday, July 8, 2007
Boris is a Labrador/Viszla Mix, about 1-2 years old, and neutered. He is an exuberant, handsome, lover of life, seeking committed humans of his very own.
He has the best traits of the Labrador and Viszla breeds - playfulness, high energy level, and quite capable of entertaining you for hours at a time. Boris can be persistent and strong-willed, but at the same time show you his calm and sweet side. I'm a diamond in the rough at the moment
Boris is housebroken, needs positive obedience, and is unsure of other dogs and cats. He is currently being cared for by Community Animal Rescue Effort (C.A.R.E.) in Evanston, IL.
C.A.R.E. is the Community Animal Rescue Effort, a not-for-profit all volunteer organization dedicated to promoting the humane treatment of domestic pets through public education and active involvement with the abused and abandoned animals brought to the Evanston Animal Shelter.
To visit Boris, click here!
Saturday, July 7, 2007
This is Pistol Pete! He's a cute, tan, Affenpinscher mix with maybe some Cairn Terrier thrown in. He is 1-2 years old and weighs about 10lbs. He is a little shy but loves to crawl in people's laps for comfort and affection. He is a sweet boy. Pistol Pete will need an adult-only home.
We found Pistol Pete listed on Pet Orphans, a pet adoption referral website for homeless animals in the Atlanta area. The Pet Orphans website is a service provided by SPOT-Stopping Pet Overpopulation Together, Inc. in order to help independent rescue groups find great homes for their purebred and mixed breed orphaned family dogs and cats. All of the pets pictured on the Pet Orphans website are spayed/neutered, vaccinated and heartworm tested (dogs) or combo tested (cats) prior to adoption.
Pistol Pete is currently being cared for by the Small Dog Rescue and Humane Society in Atlanta, Georgia. For more info on Pistol Pete and the shelter click here!
Friday, July 6, 2007
As you can see by Tess' picture, she is one pretty little lady. She is all white except for her brindle patch. She is shy when meeting new people, but will warm up to you once she knows you aren't going to hurt her. She gets along with other dogs, and plays well with them.
Tess, a 1.5 year old Greyhound Mix, is currently being cared for by the South Lake Animal League in Clermont, Florida. South Lake Animal League was established in 1988 to help the abused, abandoned, and neglected animals of Lake County. Started on a non-existent budget by a small group of animal-lovers committed to a "no-kill" policy, the organization soon became an important presence in the growing South Lake area. In the 18 years since the organization began, the League has placed more than 2,300 animals into loving homes.
For more information about Tess, click here!
Thursday, July 5, 2007
Faith, a Pit Bull mix, was found sick in a shelter and moved to isolation in an animal hospital until she recovered from kennel cough. She is almost completely potty trained and has learned to use a doggy door to go out on her own. She is polite and will sit to wait for direction. She is getting good with the “stay” command and does well with “leave it”. Her training has come along quickly as she is very eager to please.
Introductions to other people have been very positive and Faith is the first of the dogs in the home to be calm and love the new people. Faith will be a very obedient and loyal companion with good guidance and direction.
She needs exercise to burn off energy and loves to do so with a jog or a brisk obedient walk. Faith plays well with her foster sister who is quite submissive but playful. Otherwise she requires supervision around other dogs, animals, or children and needs to be the only dog in the house. She is not aggressive and has shrugged off situations well, but she does want to dominate the house.
She is true to the Pit Bull breed with jovial excitement, ripped muscles, affectionate loyalty, and snoring naps. Overall, Faith is very friendly and eager to curl up to share affection with her owners and be an integral part of the family.Faith is currently being cared for by a foster family associated with Sheltie Rescue of Utah. Their goal is to help Shetland Sheepdogs who turn up in shelters, are found lost on the street, are no longer wanted by their owners, or whose owners can no longer care for them.
For more information about Faith, click here!
Wednesday, July 4, 2007
Wendy is a terrier/whippet mix, about 5 months old!
A kind person found her wandering on a street and rescued her from harm's way. She is a cute and gentle miss, patiently waiting for a warm lap, and someone to fill her days with love and kindness.
Wendy likes to go for car rides and is so easy to take anywhere. The lucky family that adopts her, will be the envy of the neighborhood when they go out for walks! She can even help make some new friends!
Wendy is currently being fostered through The Animal Aid Society, a "no-kill" dog shelter, and nonprofit organization which receives no funding from state or federal agencies. All of the funds required to maintain their shelter and care for the dogs come from donations and special fund-raising events.
For more information about Wendy, click here!
Tuesday, July 3, 2007
Elaine is about two years old, weighs about 95 pounds and is perhaps a Treeing Walker Coonhound. She is sweet, gentle and a little on the timid side at your first meeting, but adjusts great. She is in love with her foster mom and her foster moms dogs. Elaine walks well on a leash and is learning more manners everyday. She just longs for love and attention! She came from a situation where a man had collected way too many dogs and was no longer able to care for them, so was forced to give them up.
Elaine is currently being cared for by a foster family through Pals Rescue & Adoption in Gardena, California. They are a nonprofit organization, working to place, in safe, permanent homes, as many abandoned and unwanted pets as possible. Since their inception, they have been successful in placing over 3,000 rescued cats, dogs, kittens, and puppies. Their rescue kennel is located in Torrance, California.
For more information on Elaine, click here!
Monday, July 2, 2007
Now that I'm home, bathed, settled and fed, all nicely tucked in my warm new bed. I'd like to open my baggage, lest I forget, there is so much to carry - so much to regret.
Hmmm...Yes, there it is, right on the top, let's unpack loneliness, heartache and loss. And there by my perch hides fear and shame. As I look on these things I tried so hard to leave - I still have to unpack my baggage called pain.
I loved them, the others, the ones who left me, but I wasn't good enough - for they didn't want me. Will you add to my baggage? Will you help me unpack? Or will you just look at my things - and take me right back.
Do you have the time to help me unpack? To help put away my baggage, to never repack? I pray that you do - I'm so tired you see, but I do come with baggage - Will you still want me?
~ Author Unknown ~
Yes, Sweetie is is named after her sparkling personality and great beauty. Sweetie is is about 20 weeks old and is a great pyrenees/lab cross who has been waiting patiently for a home she can call her own. She gets along with with children and other dogs.
Sweetie and her siblings are currently together in foster care through PawSafe Animal Rescue in Medford, Massachusetts, and will be available to be met on or after July 8th. Sweetie is expected to be on the larger size, about 70 lbs. when full grown.
PawSafe Animal Rescue is a no-kill, non-profit animal rescue, whose main goal is to place orphaned and unwanted dogs and cats into loving permanent homes.
For more info on Sweetie, click here!
Sunday, July 1, 2007
Mabeline is an 8-10 year old Dalmation, about 55 lbs. She is s very active girl whose family doesn't have enough time for her. She would like much more attention and a chance to run and play!
She's OK with other dogs, perhaps a bit territorial, and OK with dogs in her home. Mabeline is good with older kids (10 and up) and is not showing any of the signs of old age. She is used to spending the day alone.
This pretty girl, with the gorgeous eye makeup, would like to meet an active family or person for fun adventures.
Mabe is currently with her owner, but is listed through Old Dog Haven in Arlington, Washington. Old Dog Haven is a very small group of people with a network of foster homes and supporters. Their goal is to provide a loving, safe home for senior dogs abandoned at a late stage of their lives. When they have room, and the means, they take these dogs into their homes; if possible they adopt out those with a reasonable life-expectancy., and care for the rest as long as they have good quality of life. In addition, we try to assist owners in finding new homes for their senior dogs through our website and referrals.
For more information on Mabeline, click here!