Roxy & Mia

Roxy & Mia have been Adopted!!!! Roxy & Mia, both 3 year old black females with natural ears, came to rescue from a shelter. They are very dependent on each other and do not like to be more than a few feet from each others side! They are good with people but unknown with cats, other dogs and children. They were just starting to settle into their foster home when they got very sick. Both have been diagnosed with pneumonia and have now developed sepsis. They were both rushed to the emergency vet, and have been there for several days on Read More

Sammy

Sammy is a 5-year-old brindle piebald female Great Dane with natural ears.  Sammy came into rescue due to the male dog in her home being too aggressive.  Sammy is doing very well in her foster home, and starting to show her a sense of humor. She is sweet and loves humans.  She eats 2 cups of dry dog food with a tiny bit of milk twice a day. She LOVES her walks! Sammy plays a little with her foster brother, but is still shy about it and he respects her need for calm and space.  She loves to play with Read More

Rabbit

Rabbit has a heart of gold Update: Jan 2016 Rabbit has been in a foster home for about 5 months, and house living suits her just fine! Some of Rabbit’s favorite comforts in life are curling up on the couch, running for an ice cube when she hears the ice dispenser, spending hours stretched out in the sun, dragging her blanket around with her, and playing with 1 (or 3) of her squeak toys. She will still have the occasional housebreaking accident, but those are few and far between. Obedience training is easy with Rabbit. She is motivated by food Read More