Meet Leyla!

Leyla is a 6 week old, female, Puggle. She is such a cute little pumpkin!

She has a good grasp of house training, only one accident since she’s been in her foster home. We found Leyla currently being cared for by Purebred Rescue Organization of Ohio, Inc. They are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. They are comprised of volunteers who are dedicated to the rescue and placement of unwanted or abandoned canines.

For more information about Leyla, click here!

Meet Frosty!

Frosty is not yet 2 years old. She got out of her back yard and was hit by a car. Her owners didn't want to pay to have her pelvis and leg repaired, so she became a CHAAMP dog.

She is a lively girl even now while healing from her surgery! She will need an active family. She loves to snuggle and gets along very well with children.

We found Frosty currently being cared for by the great folks at Chesapeake Area Alaskan Malamute Protection. Their mission is to rescue Alaskan Malamutes in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and DC. They rescue from dog pounds and other bad situations, get the dogs healthy, and find new, loving homes for them.

For more information about Frosty, click here!

Meet Domino!

Domino is an adult male Chihuahua. Not much is known about Domino, but he will require an experienced dog owner and a home with no children or other pets. Isn't he just the cutest!

Currently, Domino is being cared for by Animal Appeal in Sharpsville, Pennsylvania. Animal Appeal is an all breed cat and dog rescue & adoption organization serving Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio. They believe that education is the key to reducing the excessive number of unwanted pets in the community, and lessoning abuse and neglect.

For more information about Domino, click here!

Meet Tarzan!

Tarzan is such a wonderful, funny little guy. He looks like a miniature brown shepherd. He is not going to be a big dog - maybe only about 30 pounds or so. He is very social, outgoing and happy.

Tarzan and his litter mates were rescued off of Hwy. 6 in the Hempstead, Texas area. They had been dumped on the side of the road. They were only about 5 weeks old. Now Tarzan is about 6 - 7 months old.

Yes, he does think he is a big shot and he is a bit spoiled. He wants to be into everybody else's business - cause he's the man! He plays very well with other dogs and cats and loves people. We can't say enough about this plain, little brown dog.

Tarzan is currently being cared for by the nice folks at Country Paws Rescue and Adoption Shelter in Hempstead, Texas. The rescue abandoned, dumped, abused, neglected, handicapped, sick and otherwise unwanted animals.

The need in Waller County is great as there are no city or county facilities and nothing planned in the near future. Animals are dumped and abandoned at an exceedingly high rate and have nowhere to go.

Country Paws Rescue is a 501(c)(3), non-profit rescue shelter and adoption facility. They currently house and care for approximately 300 unwanted animals.

For more information about Tarzan, click here!

Meet Tobey!

Tobey is an 8-year-old, red-gold, neutered male. He loves being with people and has a seemingly unlimited capacity for being petted. Tobey loves attention and recently graduated from a beginning obedience course.

He gets along with other dogs, although he prefers to be the top dog. He loves his foster's neighbors’ kids, but since he was a stray and his background is unknown, it may be best if he is not placed in a home with small children. Tobey absolutely loves riding in the car and swimming, too.

We found Tobey currently being cared for by GRREAT. They are a non-profit, all volunteer staffed organization active in the Baltimore and Washington D.C. metropolitan areas. Their primary goal is to find qualified new homes for unwanted, stray or abandoned Golden Retrievers.

For more information about Tobey, click here!

Meet Max!

Max is a male black Field Spaniel Mix. We found Max currently being cared for by the Happy Hills Animal Foundation Inc in North Carolina.

He was adopted from HHAF as a puppy nine years ago to a local family. A change in the family situation has left Max alone and at the HHAF shelter again after 9 years with the family. Max is a very good boy that loves to take walks with his caretakers. He is a laid back fellow who enjoys stretching out on the grass on a sunny afternoon. Max is currently taking applications for his new Forever Family.

For more information about Max, click here!

Meet Madison!

Madison was born in April, 2007. She is a healthy, happy-go-lucky, energetic puppy who is ready to go to her forever home. Madison is a very sweet, get along girl who loves attention. She will need a forever home with a fenced yard since her little noses will likely lead her off on a trail to who knows where.

We found Madison currently being cared for by Jazzin Around Rescue in the mid-Tennessee area. Jazzin Around Rescue's mission is to provide temporary shelter, food, medical attention and comfort to neglected and abused animals; restore lost dogs to their owners or seek new homes for them; and to educate the public about the humane care of animals.

For more information about Madison, click here!

Meet Sofia Loren!

Oh, la, la!!! Sofia is a beautiful pure breed Mastiif. She was rescued from the county shelter where she had been given up because she was not getting along with the other dog in the home.

She is very large and strong and only about 10 months old. She is new to the shelter and they will have more info soon. But, for now they say she is just the sweetest girl ever and her eyes will melt your heart! Breed experience is preferred.

We found Sofia currently being cared for by the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge. RBARI is Bergen County's only non-profit, "no-kill" shelter. Located in Northern New Jersey. RBARI is dedicated to the welfare of companion animals in our community. We protect the abandoned, abused, and unwanted animals in our care by finding them kind and loving homes. We give our cats and dogs food, shelter, medical treatment, and, of course, love.

For more information about Sofia Loren, click here!

Meet Recco!

Recco is an Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler mix that's good with other dogs and very sweet. He is altered, housebroken; he's located at the Dog Pound in Athens, Alabama.

For more information about Recco, click here!

We found Recco on a new site called Dogs in Danger. is a nonprofit national shelter outreach program at the forefront of a grassroots movement trying to help shelters save the lives of millions of innocent dogs.

More info from their website:

" believes in the power of compassion, and that Americans would do more to help and adopt shelter dogs, if only they knew how many dogs shelters were forced to euthanize. We also believe that shelters don’t really want to euthanize dogs, if they had any other option. Simply put, we have chosen a path of technology as a means of connecting these scared, abandoned shelter dogs with the loving homes they deserve. As a nonprofit organization, we seek no other gain except for the happiness we see in the face of a dog as he faithfully walks out through the shelter doors, in perfect step with his loving new family.

It may be uncomfortable for some to see lists of names and photos of dogs scheduled to be euthanized, but, the truth is uncomfortable. By making it personal, we believe more people will be compelled to help these dogs. Thus refuses to present a sanitized version of the truth. Our ultimate goal is to see a day where healthy and treatable animals are no longer killed by their most trusted friends."

Meet Fudgie!

Fudgie is a 1 year old long haired Dachshund Chihuahua mix, whose former owners couldn't afford to keep him. There is little hope that he will be reunited with them. Fudgie is somewhat shy with new people, but with a little time, love and affection, he could easily settle in to a new environment!

We found Fudgie currently being cared for by the West End Shelter for Animals. They are a non-profit, no kill center for pet placement and adoption located in Ontario, California. Last year they found homes for more than 800 pets. Through referrals, our internet website, and other outreach programs, they have had great success finding new homes for pets all over Southern California.

For more information about Fudgie, click here!

Meet Sass!

Full of fun and energy, this young female has been a joy to her foster family. Sass, a 50 lbs, one year old Border Collie is eager for any experience, at any time.

She is great with people, big and small, always greeting them with a smile and a sincere wagging tail. Sass loves other dogs and is ready to play at a moments notice. When going to the dog park, you can count on Sass to make friends with everyone in less than five minutes.

She loves to run and chase and has ball drive, fetching tennis balls only when all of the other dogs are put to bed as she is easily distracted because of her young age. Sass has been tested on sheep and does possess herd drive but isn't serious about it as that day was just a fun afternoon for her. She does have fairly good recall and shows promise of being easily trained.

We met Sass currently being cared for through a foster home associated with Carolina Border Collie Rescue, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

For more information about Sass, click here!

Meet Bozo!

When Bozo first arrived in foster care he was very afraid of strangers and did not want to come out of his dog house. But after a few days, he decided that is was okay and now he can't wait to go to the exercise pen and play and run and get his petting and attention.

Bozo will be a year old in November and he is now one of the friendliest and most loving dogs you will ever meet. This is the type of dog that is one of the best for a family - he is a boxer mix and not too large, weighing about 55 pounds. And he is a very happy dog now.

He is learning to play and will chase a ball or toy and will sometimes even bring it back to you! Bozo is neutered and has had his shots, so he is ready for a good home with kids and lots of activity. He is also housebroken, and will not mess in his kennel. Great dog for a family, and he is one of the favorites in foster care.

Bozo is currently being cared for through a foster family associated with Angels for Animals in Southwest Utah. They are a small group of volunteers who rescue, foster and find homes for adoptable animals.

For more information about Bozo, click here!

Meet Tennyson!

How can anyone resist that face? Tennyson the Boston Terrier is a pack of dynamo, strutting his self-importance. All macho. But don't let him fool you. This is all a facade for a big lover! He is such an affectionate little fellow. He wants a human companion to love. He is not very good at sharing that person with other dogs and certainly not with cats.

Tennyson is such a charmer! You will fall in love with him when you meet him. We met him through Dog & Kitty City, operated by the Humane Society of Dallas County. Their purpose is to provide a safe and healthy environment for the indigent, abused and neglected animals of Dallas. Their shelter provides a service in educating the Dallas community on responsible pet ownership. They have operated for over 30 years and is the only no kill animal shelter in the city.

As a 501.c3 non profit organization they do not receive any tax support, and rely solely on private donations. Their service to the animals depends completely on the generosity of the community and on committed, dedicated volunteers.

For more information about Tennyson, click here!

Fun stuff - unforgettable animal actors!

There are many, many TV and movie animal actors who have entertained us over the years - cats, dogs, wild animals, birds, and more. All types of animals have been on the big (and little) screen and either tugged at our hearts, made us laugh, or made a lasting impression for one reason or another.

The cool folks at PetsitUSA started this Link Love Project so we could make a list of some of our favorites! Let’s see how many unforgettable animal actors we can name!

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List your favorite animal actor and let’s share some link love in the process!

Here’s what to do:

1.) Copy and paste the matrix of “Unforgettable Animal Actors” below, courtesy of!

2.) Substitute the Host Tag and one of the “Animal Actors” in the matrix with the name of your favorite animal actor and the URL of your blog, just like I did.

3.) When you get a ping back from someone that has your link in one of their “Animal Actors”, practice good paw by copying his/her Host Tag’s anchor text (automatically the associated link will also be copied) and paste it over one of your “Animal Actors” below.

5.) Encourage and invite your readers to do the same and soon we will have a list of unforgettable animal actors!

Host Tag: Benji (he was a rescue!)- RescueMe

1. Mr. Ed -
2. Buddy (from Air Bud) - JohannTheDog
3. Benji (he was a rescue!)- RescueMe
4. Flipper - PawsibleMarketing
5. Pete (from the Little Rascals) - Fuzzy Logic
6. Enzo (from My Dog Skip) - Raise A Green Dog!
7. The Taco Bell Chihuahua - The Poodle (and dog) blog
8. Old "Yeller" - For the Love of Labradors
9. Animal Actor
10. Animal Actor
11. Animal Actor
12. Animal Actor
13. Animal Actor
14. Animal Actor
15. Animal Actor
16. Animal Actor
17. Animal Actor
18. Animal Actor
19. Animal Actor
20. Animal Actor

Important: Once I get a ping back from you, I will add your anchor text and the associated link you designate as “Host Tag” here, and add your favorite animal actor to the list here. As more and more doggie bloggers copy and paste this matrix, the more backlinks you will have with your anchor text. If everybody who copies and pastes from your blog does the same, pretty soon this will spread and go viral. (And we don’t have to stop at 20!) So, the sooner you participate, the more links with anchor text you will receive.

There it is folks. This should help you improve your Technorati ranking, SERP and Google PR and get you noticed with more blogs - we all like making friends, right? Please leave a comment here if you have copied from this matrix so that I can add you just in case your ping-back didn’t reach me.

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(Thanks to Johann the Dog for the basic matrix!)

Meet Jackson!

Jackson is a mystery mix? He is 19 weeks and already weighs in at 23 lbs.

Nicknamed Jax, he is such a good boy. He is obedient and loving, and already the puppy nipping has almost gone away! He gets along great with kids, and has boundless energy. And he loves to play with the huge buoy his foster parents have swinging from a tree - he chases and chases it!

Jax is currently being cared for through a foster family with Second Chance Boxer Rescue. A member of the American Boxer Rescue Association, SCBR is an independent, 501c3 not-for-profit organization that places boxers in need into loving homes
throughout NY, NJ, PA and all of New England.

For more information about Jax, click here!

Meet Highway!

Highway is a small, active Jack Russell. She was found on the side of the highway, hence her name. She loves to play and go for walks, is house trained and crate trained.

A cat chaser, Highway is not recommended for a home with cats. She's a fun little dog and needs an active family who has time to spend with her and exercise her. She would love to go to a home with school aged children!

Highway is spayed, utd shots, kennel cough vaccinated, heartworm tested. She is currently being cared for by a foster home associated with Almost Home Canine Rescue in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Almost Home Dog Rescue is dedicated finding the best possible home for all the pets in their care. They are dedicated to helping each adoptive family find the newest member of the family that will best meet the family's and the pet's needs and life style.

For more information about Highway, click here!

Meet Roz!

Roz was born around 4/08/2007. She is a Pit Bull Terrier, an intelligent little girl who loves hugs and attention. She gets along well with other dogs and loves to play. She needs a forever home with a fenced in yard.

Roz is currently being cared for by Jazzin Around Rescue in Lewisburg, Tennessee. Jazzin Around Rescue's mission is to provide temporary shelter, food, medical attention and comfort to neglected and abused animals; restore lost dogs to their owners or seek new homes for them; and to educate the public about the humane care of animals.

They help find homes for dogs in need throughout mid Tennessee.

For more information about Roz, click here!

Meet Baxter!

Baxter is a two year old mail Golden, about 70-90 pounds. He's good with other dogs and children, cats are unknown at this time.

He has settled in wonderfully at his foster home. He loves playing with the other two dogs. He paws, head butts and talks to get attention, which is quite frequent. He is learning that only sitting nicely gets rewarded. He's somewhat tentative having his collar and leash on, but he is progressing. He's enjoying his morning runs/hikes and has been in heaven with all the water...will play, lay, roll, but not swim in it. He loves fetching balls, and always has to have two, not one, in his mouth.

Baxter is currently being cared for by a foster home associated with Golden Retriever Rescue of Wisconsin.

For more information about Baxter, click here!

Meet Benji!

Benji is a Yorkshire Terrier (Yorkie) about 11 years old. He's good with dogs and cats, but should be placed in a home without kids.

He was found wandering the streets and a nice lady took him to a shelter. He is very happy to be in a nice house with food and water. Benji loves to give kisses and snuggle real close. If he is not in your lap then he is on the floor, but watch out as he will jump in your lap for petting. His foster mom has a lot of cats which he has little interest in, he just sniffs them and walks away. He likes to follow his foster mom around the house, then find a place nearby to go to sleep.

Benji is curently being cared for by a foster home associated with Indiana Petite Paws Rescue Angels.

For more information about Benji, click here!

Meet Abby!

Abby lived her first seven years in a loving home, with four children and a male dog. When her owners got a divorce, her world was split in half; the two dogs stayed with the husband, and the children went with the wife.

Abby had loved “her kids” and missed them, but she still had her canine buddy. The new arrangement was short-lived, however, because there was a bad fire in the home. Abby’s owner couldn’t live there any longer, and he turned to a friend, who owned Abby’s sister/littermate, and asked him to take Abby. This arrangement didn’t work out, because the sister was jealous and kept attacking Abby. The new owner was worried about her safety and tried keeping Abby in a crate, which she hated; she kept breaking out in order to be near him. So as a last resort he turned to GSRNE and asked that we find Abby a real home of her own.

Abby likes walks, attention and affection, hearing your voice, food of all kinds, water coming from the hose, fetching and chewing sticks, being given directions and a job. She dislikes squirrels and birds (and now they know that includes cats), going to the vet, being left all alone, being in the crate when alone, thunderstorms, fireworks, or anything that sounds like either.

Everyone who has met Abby agrees that she’ll be standoffish at first; but once she gets to know you, she can be an incredibly sweet girl who LOVES affection. She might use her nose or her paw to demand attention, but she’ll stop if you ignore the behavior for a second or two. Once she gives you her heart, she just wants to be near you as much as possible.

Abby is currently being cared for by foster parents associated with German Shepherd Rescue of New England.

For more information about Abby, click here!

Meet Anne!

Anne is a Beagle mix about three years old. Not much is know about her. She is currently being cared for by Animal House Shelter Inc., in Huntley, Illinois.

Animal House is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), No-Kill shelter for all breeds of dogs and cats. They have been open since June 2002 and have rescued, rehabilitated and adopted out over 7,000 dogs and cats. Animal House rescues abused and neglected dogs and cats and rehabilitates them mentally & physically in order to place them with the best new family.

They rescue 98% of their dogs from 'kill' shelters, pounds and various animal control facilities in which they are usually listed as strays and almost always scheduled to be euthanized.

For more information about Anne, click here!

Meet Dancer!

Dancer is a black and tan male Cockapoo who weighs about 15 pounds. Super cute, he is a great lap dog who really love attention and affection. Just looking at him makes you smile.

While he is very lively and not very old, Dancer does grumble a lot under his breath like a cranky old man. He needs to go into a home with an experienced dog own (one who doesn’t mind being grumbled at) and no children. Dancer is not in a shelter; he’s currently with a rescuer in the Sacramento area.

Dancer is listed through Fetch 11 Humane Society Inc. They are a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization, initiated in 2004 and incorporated in 2005. Although they will take in almost any dog that meets their requirements, they specialize in taking in unwanted pregnant dogs (seeing them through their pregnancy, and finding homes for them and their pups), puppies (8 weeks old and under), orphan pups (bottle babies), and stress-aggressive Chihuahuas. Special needs dogs and dogs that come from extreme situations also rank high with us for placement. The agency is a no-kill shelter.

For more information about Dancer, click here!

Meet Simon!

Simon is a very friendly, 7 year old male, Bishon who loves to sleep on the couch. He was rescued from animal control where no one wanted him because he is blind.

He can get around the house as long as nothing is moved, and he can find the door to go out. Simon is crate trained and walks well on a leash. He likes other dogs, but not near his face. He is looking for a forever home with someone who will pamper him.

Simon is currently being cared for by The K-9 New Life Center, an all breed dog rescue located in Virginia Beach, Virginia. They are 501 (C), non profit organization dedicated to providing a quality of life for the dogs. If they are injured, ill, or undernourished, they nurse them back to health. They try to provide them with clean, cheerful surroundings and the opportunity to mingle and play with other dogs. That makes them happier and much more attractive to prospective adoptive families. They, also utilize foster homes so the dogs can start learning how to live as family members in their new homes.

For more information about Simon, click here!

Meet Riley!

Riley is a 6 year old, male, Beagle who is up to date with all his vetting and neutered. He likes to take daily walks around the neighborhood and enjoys a more peaceful home.

Riley would make a great companion who can fill that empty spot you may have in your life. Riley gets along with other animals in his foster home but would love to find that special home all his own. He would do better in a home then apartment because he does have the hound bark.

Riley is currently being cared for by the Highway of Hope Animal Sanctuary in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Their mission is to help abandoned, lost, surrendered and abused companion animals find homes where they will be loved and taken care of for their lifetime. We are dedicated to preserving the sanctity of life and freedom for all living creatures on this earth!!

For more information about Riley, click here!

Meet Scrappy!

Scrappy is a 10 year old black & rust male, Miniature Pincher. He is neutered, with an undocked tail and uncropped ears. Scrappy is in great health and still goes running up to 12 miles a week! He is a mature, housebroken loving machine! If you are looking for a min pin cuddler, Scrappy is that dog. He gets along with other dogs and kids, but if you did not have any other pets or kids he would do just fine by himself!

Scrappy is currently being cared for by a foster home in Avondale, Arizona and listed through Miniature Pincher Rescue.

For more information about Scrappy, click here!

Meet Ming!

Ming is 2 years old a very sweet, young, happy collie mix. Not much is known about her just yet. Her current caretakers, Pet Resource Network Inc., in Kalamazoo, Michigan are hoping you will stop by and visit.

Pet Resource Network's goal is to prevent the abuse and neglect of animals by providing referrals, information and intervention. It is their desire to prevent the deaths of these unwanted animals by providing a warm, safe home until the animal can be permanently adopted as a pet.

For more information about Ming, click here!

Meet Sparky!

Sparky was a stray, who had terrible mange. With treatment, his skin is now free of mites, but his adopters returned him because he does not like their other dog, and needs more training than they can provide.

Sparky is 2- 4 years old and is neutered, and is in need of a home where his owners will learn to train him to have good manners. He cannot be placed with other dogs, children or cats, and a fenced-in yard with adopters with breed experience will be given preference. Sparky likes to play fetch, so you had better be as tireless as he is!!

Currently, Sparky is being cared for by a foster home through the Bull Terrier Club of New England.

For more information about Sparky, click here!

Meet Murphy!

Murphy, a Pomeranian, Chihuahua mix, was found running the street and was posted in the paper and signs put up everywhere to no avail. They finally found the person that had owned him and it turned out Murphy had been stolen six months earlier. So now Murphy is looking for yet another home. Murphy has a wonderful temperament and seems to have been taken care of by someone.

Currently, Murphy is being cared for by P.A.W.S. - Plaquemines Animal Welfare Society in Belle Chasse, Louisiana. P.A.W.S. is a non-profit organization dedicated to spaying and neutering of animals in order to control the population of unwanted animals, thus reducing the need for euthanasia.

For more information about Murphy, click here!

Meet Budda!

Budda is a very sweet and gentle-natured Rottweiler. He would love nothing more than to sit by your side and have you pet the top of his head all day long. But when he is not getting loved on, he loves to romp in the yard with his doggie toys.

Budda is currently being taken care of by The Woodford Humane Society. They are a non-profit animal advocacy group in Versailles, Kentucky. They serve as the shelter to all the homeless, unwanted, unloved animals in Woodford County, and also accept animals from surrounding counties and even other states.

Among the services that the Woodford Humane Society provides is education about animal welfare and low-cost spay/neuter services. Several events have been sponsored by this Adoption Center over the years including many offsite Adoption Events and our Annual Freedom Fest event. Freedom Fest is a popular fund-raiser with a dinner buffet, live and silent auction, farm tours and dancing.

For more information about Budda, click here!

Our mascot - Ernie - still needs a home!

Ernie, the cute pup featured in our logo is still looking for a home!

Is he cute, or what? Ernie, a young Straffordshire Bull Terrier, is a sweet boy who loves to cuddle! His foster mom says he has quite the delightful personality. He's happy, but not hyper, and gets along great with non-alpha dogs and cats too!

He would do best in a home without small children. Like many big dogs, he may bump a little kiddo over without meaning to. He will need a fenced yard.

Ernie loves to go for walks, and walks well on a leash - even on the busy Monon Trail! He's crate trained and housebroken. He sleeps in his crate at night, but can be left alone without being crated during the day. Ernie likes the two cats that live with him. When the cats hiss, he gets scared and jumps in his foster mom’s lap!

Ernie is being cared for by a foster family associated with the Southside Animal Shelter (that's my shelter) in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Click here for more information about Ernie!

Meet Gilligan!

Gilligan is a two year old, lemon and white, male English Pointer. He was turned over to a shelter in Texas by his original owner because he would not hunt. It was stated Gilligan is "too nice to hunt".

An owner surrender into a high kill shelter is usually very bad news for a dog. But not for Gilligan! A wonderful lady saw Gilligan and was dedicated to getting him a second chance. He was pulled from the shelter and brought to OnPoint Rescue at a chance for him to find a home with a family that understands Pointers are more than just "hunting dogs".

Mr. Gilligan is beginning to settle in to his new foster home. He is one of the sweetest, most gentle Pointers. Gilligan came to his foster home very scared and uncertain of every noise and movement. He has made great adjustments in just the two weeks, but still has a journey ahead of him.

Gilligan needs a patient family that is willing to be patient with him and allow him to earn their trust. He may not have the confidence, but he has endless amounts of love that he is longing to share. Gilligan is crate trained and housebroken. He is current on vaccines, neutered, micro-chipped and on heartworm preventative.

We found Gilligan currently being cared for by OnPoint Rescue. They are a volunteer rescue group based in St. Louis, Missouri. They primarily rescue English Pointers and German Shorthaired Pointers from shelters and find them permanent homes. All of their dogs are cared for by foster homes.

For more information about Gilligan, click here!

Meet Lily!

Lily (born in 2002) is a sad bi-product of a nasty divorce. For four years, the girl lived protected from the "outside world"...she never went to the beach, dog park or to visit relatives. Beyond going to vet when needed, she enjoyed cuddling on sofa with the family and backyard play time.

Sweet, pretty Lily is healthy, housebroken, playful, great with people and other Labs (either sex) but shy with everything "new". It takes a little time for her to relax and display the adorable Labrador temperament and love of life, living to please her human. Lily can't go to "the city" but will do well in a suburban environment, enjoying yard play and relaxing leash walks around the neighborhood, beach and park.

Lily is currently being cared for by Long Island Labrador Retriever Rescue in New York. They are a 501(c)3 nonprofit, tax-exempt, charitable organization that helps labs find new homes.

For more information about Lily, click here!