WE HAVE FOUND HOMES FOR 354 DOGS SINCE 2004 AND NO DOGS THIS MONTH
All dogs will be adopted to approved homes following a home check and fence check. A “physically” fenced-in yard is mandatory, please see our info on Invisible Fencing on our About Us page.
For Pete, a one year old German Shepherd, the past two months could best be described as the perfect storm. He was injured, abandoned and in need of care and a new home. Fortunately for him, the storm cleared and he was given the opportunity for both. In August 2013, Pete was selected as the first canine candidate to receive veterinary orthopedic surgery using technology only before offered in human medicine. Andy Riddick, Animal Emergency and Critical Care Center’s Practice Manager shares, “It is not often that we have the perfect convergence of people, technology and pet, to do something like this. Pete was just such a pet; the stars aligned for him.”
Here’s a recent video of the Rescue of the Rescue Fair. Look carefully and you’ll get a glimpse of Ann, Liz and Dani!