May 31 2015

These babies are starting t heal already from their skin condition and they woud…

By Saving Carson Shelter Dogs

These babies are starting t heal already from their skin condition and they woudl be doing even better if they were home and healing. Please SHARE this sweet family, a FOSTER or Adopter would save their lives. Thanks!

Timeline Photos
This beautiful family is in the medical building and they need some help. Please SHARE so they can get their skin treated and heal at home. A FOSTER would save their lives. Thanks!

#A4833445 #A4833446 and #A4833447

They are not listed Online yet.

Carson Shelter, Gardena, California
216 Victoria Street, Gardena, California
310.523.9566, M-TH 12pm – 7pm, F-SU – 10am – 5p

VIDEO https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=417883648384275 — with Teresa C. Molina and 20 others. …read more

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May 31 2015

LAST DAY TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF MY REDUCED ADOPTION FEE! Hello there! My name is…

By Angels Among Us Pet Rescue

LAST DAY TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF MY REDUCED ADOPTION FEE! Hello there! My name is Natasha and my foster mom says I’m sweet as pie. I don’t even know what pie is. I hope it’s nice like me. I love to play with my brother Boris and follow him on his adventures. He is very much more brave than I am, but once he shows me how much fun he is having, I can’t help but join in!! I am all dressed up in white little boots and gloves just like a little lady. I will wait patiently for you to play with me, all the while purring up a storm. I would make a great addition to any family with kids or pets. Please don’t make me wait too long! 🙂

Adopt here:
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May 31 2015

ALABAMA BOY is here at Dog City Bakery looking for his forever home! The perfec…

By Angels Among Us Pet Rescue

ALABAMA BOY is here at
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May 31 2015

This wonderful Family just came to fill out a Foster Application!!! YES!!! Foste…

By Angels Among Us Pet Rescue

This wonderful Family just came to fill out a Foster Application!!! YES!!! Fosters are like finding Gold!!!

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May 31 2015

Spiral Entertainment presents the 5th annual Brookhaven Beer Festival benefiting…

By Angels Among Us Pet Rescue Spiral Entertainment presents the 5th annual Brookhaven Beer Festival benefiting Angels Among Us Pet Rescue on Saturday, June 13 from 3pm-8pm.
Your entrance ticket includes over 150 Beers to sample plus Wine Tasting Tents! Yes, Summer is Here and so is the Beer! Enjoy DJ’s, Food Vendors, Live Music from Sailing to Denver and Ocean Street.

Tickets $35 – event sells out every year.
Use Promo Code: “angel” for a $5 discount!
https://www.facebook.com/events/697076403748951/

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May 31 2015

HAWKEYE – ID #A624478 is on today's euth list (Sunday 5/31) at Devore Shelter (S…

By Friends of Freddie – Saving Devore Shelter Animals

HAWKEYE – ID #A624478 is on today’s euth list (Sunday 5/31) at Devore Shelter (San Bernardino, CA) and can be killed at any time. This handsome boy has started coughing, but he’s a sweetie who can be adopted by anyone who signs a medical waiver. If rescue can save this dog, call Devore NOW at (909) 386-9820, ext 0, and ask supervisor for time to come get this dog. Needs adopter/foster/rescue/pledges.

DEVORE SHELTER: RESCUE ONLY/MEDICAL WAIVER DOGS
**ON EUTH LIST – CAN BE KILLED AT ANY TIME**

HAWKEYE – ID #A624478 (available 5/19) **MEDICAL WAIVER REQUIRED (COUGHING). CAN BE ADOPTED BY ANYONE WHO SIGNS A MEDICAL WAIVER**

I am a male, red Chihuahua – Smooth Coated.

The shelter staff think I am about 4 years old.

http://www.petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=SBCO1.A624478

I have been at the shelter since May 14, 2015.

For more information about this animal, call:
San Bernardino County – Devore Shelter at (909) 386-9820
Ask for information about animal ID number A624478 — with Margie Marie Leininger and 2 others at Devore Shelter at 19777 Shelter Way, Devore, CA 92407 in San Bernardino County, CA 92407: (909) 386-…
Devore Shelter in San Bernardino County, CA Devore, CA 92407(909) 386-9820, ext 0Hours of Operation:M, T, TH, F: 10:00 am – 6:30 pmW: 10:00 am – 7:00 pmSat & Sun: 10:00 am – 5:00 pmDevore Supervisor emails: Doug Smith – dsmith@dph.sbcounty.gov; Kelly Papp – kpapp@dph.sbcounty.gov; Greg Beck – gbeck@dph.sbcounty.gov. Dogs are labeled rescue only if they have been deemed aggressive, have behavioral issues noted (generally means the dog is scared and/or needs socialization), or have medical issues (those with med issues can still be adopted by anyone who signs a medical waiver, but their available time is limited). If a dog is labeled rescue only, rescue (or any interested adopter if the label is for medical issues) must contact …read more

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May 31 2015

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn't been dealt an easy hand in li…

By Urgent Dogs – Palm Beach County

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn’t been dealt an easy hand in life.

Daisy’s life started on the streets of Miami, she was taken in by a rescue that at the time did not have the resources to provide her with the care she needed. Daisy could barely walk and would just sulk in a crate all day. But one day, an amazing vet, Dr. Amanda Miller, came across Daisy and knew she needed to help her. She got acupuncture and over time healed.

Once she was healthy, Dr Miller and all of the staff at
Daisy the Bulldog
Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn’t been dealt an easy hand in life.

Daisy’s life started on the streets of Miami, she was taken in by a rescue that at the time did not have the resources to provide her with the care she needed. Daisy could barely walk and would just sulk in a crate all day. But one day, an amazing vet, Dr. Amanda Miller, came across Daisy and knew she needed to help her. She got acupuncture and over time healed.

Once she was healthy, Dr Miller and all of the staff at @[162714347111969:274:Palm Beach Animal Hospital] started looking for a home for Daisy. For one reason or another, everyone kept passing up on the oppurtunity to adopt her…. Daisy spent 2 long years at the vet clinic waiting for her fairy tale ending…

Then, one day Daisy was adopted! And life was great or so we thought…. A few weeks ago, Daisy’s owner brought her back to the clinic. She had become the victim of domestic violence and was concerned for Daisy’s safety. For this reason, she could no longer keep her. The amazing staff at …read more

Source: Urgent Dogs Palm Beach County

    


May 31 2015

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn't been dealt an easy hand in li…

By Urgent Dogs – Palm Beach County

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn’t been dealt an easy hand in life.

Daisy’s life started on the streets of Miami, she was taken in by a rescue that at the time did not have the resources to provide her with the care she needed. Daisy could barely walk and would just sulk in a crate all day. But one day, an amazing vet, Dr. Amanda Miller, came across Daisy and knew she needed to help her. She got acupuncture and over time healed.

Once she was healthy, Dr Miller and all of the staff at Palm Beach Animal Hospital started looking for a home for Daisy. For one reason or another, everyone kept passing up on the oppurtunity to adopt her…. Daisy spent 2 long years at the vet clinic waiting for her fairy tale ending…

Then, one day Daisy was adopted! And life was great or so we thought…. A few weeks ago, Daisy’s owner brought her back to the clinic. She had become the victim of domestic violence and was concerned for Daisy’s safety. For this reason, she could no longer keep her. The amazing staff at PBAH again took her back into their care but they hope her stay can be short.

Daisy is an amazing 7 year old, spayed female who is great with both cats and dogs of all sizes. She is so mellow it approaches laziness and her ideal home is one that can provide lots of couch cuddles and love.

If you would like meet Daisy, please call Palm Beach Animal Hospital at 561-249-1071

Daisy the Bulldog
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Source: Urgent Dogs Palm Beach County

    


May 31 2015

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn't been dealt an easy hand in li…

By Urgent Dogs – Palm Beach County

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn’t been dealt an easy hand in life.

Daisy’s life started on the streets of Miami, she was taken in by a rescue that at the time did not have the resources to provide her with the care she needed. Daisy could barely walk and would just sulk in a crate all day. But one day, an amazing vet, Dr. Amanda Miller, came across Daisy and knew she needed to help her. She got acupuncture and over time healed.

Once she was healthy, Dr Miller and all of the staff at Palm Beach Animal Hospital started looking for a home for Daisy. For one reason or another, everyone kept passing up on the oppurtunity to adopt her…. Daisy spent 2 long years at the vet clinic waiting for her fairy tale ending…

Then, one day Daisy was adopted! And life was great or so we thought…. A few weeks ago, Daisy’s owner brought her back to the clinic. She had become the victim of domestic violence and was concerned for Daisy’s safety. For this reason, she could no longer keep her. The amazing staff at PBAH again took her back into their care but they hope her stay can be short.

Daisy is an amazing 7 year old, spayed female who is great with both cats and dogs of all sizes. She is so mellow it approaches laziness and her ideal home is one that can provide lots of couch cuddles and love.

If you would like meet Daisy, please call Palm Beach Animal Hospital at 561-249-1071

Daisy the Bulldog
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Source: Urgent Dogs Palm Beach County

    


May 31 2015

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn't been dealt an easy hand in li…

By Urgent Dogs – Palm Beach County

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn’t been dealt an easy hand in life.

Daisy’s life started on the streets of Miami, she was taken in by a rescue that at the time did not have the resources to provide her with the care she needed. Daisy could barely walk and would just sulk in a crate all day. But one day, an amazing vet, Dr. Amanda Miller, came across Daisy and knew she needed to help her. She got acupuncture and over time healed.

Once she was healthy, Dr Miller and all of the staff at Palm Beach Animal Hospital started looking for a home for Daisy. For one reason or another, everyone kept passing up on the oppurtunity to adopt her…. Daisy spent 2 long years at the vet clinic waiting for her fairy tale ending…

Then, one day Daisy was adopted! And life was great or so we thought…. A few weeks ago, Daisy’s owner brought her back to the clinic. She had become the victim of domestic violence and was concerned for Daisy’s safety. For this reason, she could no longer keep her. The amazing staff at PBAH again took her back into their care but they hope her stay can be short.

Daisy is an amazing 7 year old, spayed female who is great with both cats and dogs of all sizes. She is so mellow it approaches laziness and her ideal home is one that can provide lots of couch cuddles and love.

If you would like meet Daisy, please call Palm Beach Animal Hospital at 561-249-1071

Daisy the Bulldog
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Source: Urgent Dogs Palm Beach County

    


May 31 2015

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn't been dealt an easy hand in li…

By Urgent Dogs – Palm Beach County

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn’t been dealt an easy hand in life.

Daisy’s life started on the streets of Miami, she was taken in by a rescue that at the time did not have the resources to provide her with the care she needed. Daisy could barely walk and would just sulk in a crate all day. But one day, an amazing vet, Dr. Amanda Miller, came across Daisy and knew she needed to help her. She got acupuncture and over time healed.

Once she was healthy, Dr Miller and all of the staff at Palm Beach Animal Hospital started looking for a home for Daisy. For one reason or another, everyone kept passing up on the oppurtunity to adopt her…. Daisy spent 2 long years at the vet clinic waiting for her fairy tale ending…

Then, one day Daisy was adopted! And life was great or so we thought…. A few weeks ago, Daisy’s owner brought her back to the clinic. She had become the victim of domestic violence and was concerned for Daisy’s safety. For this reason, she could no longer keep her. The amazing staff at PBAH again took her back into their care but they hope her stay can be short.

Daisy is an amazing 7 year old, spayed female who is great with both cats and dogs of all sizes. She is so mellow it approaches laziness and her ideal home is one that can provide lots of couch cuddles and love.

If you would like meet Daisy, please call Palm Beach Animal Hospital at 561-249-1071

Daisy the Bulldog
…read more

Source: Urgent Dogs Palm Beach County

    


May 31 2015

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn't been dealt an easy hand in li…

By Urgent Dogs – Palm Beach County

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn’t been dealt an easy hand in life.

Daisy’s life started on the streets of Miami, she was taken in by a rescue that at the time did not have the resources to provide her with the care she needed. Daisy could barely walk and would just sulk in a crate all day. But one day, an amazing vet, Dr. Amanda Miller, came across Daisy and knew she needed to help her. She got acupuncture and over time healed.

Once she was healthy, Dr Miller and all of the staff at Palm Beach Animal Hospital started looking for a home for Daisy. For one reason or another, everyone kept passing up on the oppurtunity to adopt her…. Daisy spent 2 long years at the vet clinic waiting for her fairy tale ending…

Then, one day Daisy was adopted! And life was great or so we thought…. A few weeks ago, Daisy’s owner brought her back to the clinic. She had become the victim of domestic violence and was concerned for Daisy’s safety. For this reason, she could no longer keep her. The amazing staff at PBAH again took her back into their care but they hope her stay can be short.

Daisy is an amazing 7 year old, spayed female who is great with both cats and dogs of all sizes. She is so mellow it approaches laziness and her ideal home is one that can provide lots of couch cuddles and love.

If you would like meet Daisy, please call Palm Beach Animal Hospital at 561-249-1071

Daisy the Bulldog
…read more

Source: Urgent Dogs Palm Beach County

    


May 31 2015

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn't been dealt an easy hand in li…

By Urgent Dogs – Palm Beach County

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn’t been dealt an easy hand in life.

Daisy’s life started on the streets of Miami, she was taken in by a rescue that at the time did not have the resources to provide her with the care she needed. Daisy could barely walk and would just sulk in a crate all day. But one day, an amazing vet, Dr. Amanda Miller, came across Daisy and knew she needed to help her. She got acupuncture and over time healed.

Once she was healthy, Dr Miller and all of the staff at Palm Beach Animal Hospital started looking for a home for Daisy. For one reason or another, everyone kept passing up on the oppurtunity to adopt her…. Daisy spent 2 long years at the vet clinic waiting for her fairy tale ending…

Then, one day Daisy was adopted! And life was great or so we thought…. A few weeks ago, Daisy’s owner brought her back to the clinic. She had become the victim of domestic violence and was concerned for Daisy’s safety. For this reason, she could no longer keep her. The amazing staff at PBAH again took her back into their care but they hope her stay can be short.

Daisy is an amazing 7 year old, spayed female who is great with both cats and dogs of all sizes. She is so mellow it approaches laziness and her ideal home is one that can provide lots of couch cuddles and love.

If you would like meet Daisy, please call Palm Beach Animal Hospital at 561-249-1071

Daisy the Bulldog
…read more

Source: Urgent Dogs Palm Beach County

    


May 31 2015

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn't been dealt an easy hand in li…

By Urgent Dogs – Palm Beach County

Meet Daisy, a wonderful and gentle girl who hasn’t been dealt an easy hand in life.

Daisy’s life started on the streets of Miami, she was taken in by a rescue that at the time did not have the resources to provide her with the care she needed. Daisy could barely walk and would just sulk in a crate all day. But one day, an amazing vet, Dr. Amanda Miller, came across Daisy and knew she needed to help her. She got acupuncture and over time healed.

Once she was healthy, Dr Miller and all of the staff at Palm Beach Animal Hospital started looking for a home for Daisy. For one reason or another, everyone kept passing up on the oppurtunity to adopt her…. Daisy spent 2 long years at the vet clinic waiting for her fairy tale ending…

Then, one day Daisy was adopted! And life was great or so we thought…. A few weeks ago, Daisy’s owner brought her back to the clinic. She had become the victim of domestic violence and was concerned for Daisy’s safety. For this reason, she could no longer keep her. The amazing staff at PBAH again took her back into their care but they hope her stay can be short.

Daisy is an amazing 7 year old, spayed female who is great with both cats and dogs of all sizes. She is so mellow it approaches laziness and her ideal home is one that can provide lots of couch cuddles and love.

If you would like meet Daisy, please call Palm Beach Animal Hospital at 561-249-1071

Daisy the Bulldog
…read more

Source: Urgent Dogs Palm Beach County

    


May 31 2015

BEYOND URGENT!!! Woodsfield, OH; “Baby” Terrified, Senior, Blind & Deaf Beagle X…

By Blind/Deaf Shelter Dogs Networking

BEYOND URGENT!!! Woodsfield, OH; “Baby” Terrified, Senior, Blind & Deaf Beagle X **POSSIBLE CODE RED** NOT SURE HOW MUCH TIME WILL BE GIVEN AT THE SHELTER!!! PLEASE HELP, TIME CRITICAL

SUPER URGENT
BEYOND URGENT!!! Woodsfield, OH; “Baby” Terrified, Senior, Blind & Deaf Beagle X **POSSIBLE CODE RED** NOT SURE HOW MUCH TIME WILL BE GIVEN AT THE SHELTER!!! PLEASE HELP, TIME CRITICAL

Please help this precious senior find a new forever home or rescue before it is too late!!! Please do not let her die afraid and alone in a shelter!!! Our seniors deserve so much better than that!!! Baby deserves so much better than that!!!

Sight is not a dog’s primary sense and dogs no matter what degree of lost vision or hearing or both, including total loss of both, go on living full lives in safe and secure homes. After a while they and you forget that there is an issue. I know a totally blind and deaf dog and he is a sheer joy!!! They adapt amazingly well, do enjoy and do have a great quality of life and are the same characters, the same happy & loving dogs, if not more so, as their sighted and hearing peers. This sweet pup will be no different!!! Animals bring so much joy to people’s lives and ask for so little in return! Baby is asking for someone to love and protect her for the rest of her days!

Imagine how terrified she must be right now!!! Brought to an unfamiliar place, blind and deaf, with no familiar smells, no familiar pats or kisses!!! Heartbreaking!!! Please do not let her stay that way one minute longer than necessary, or even worse, die …read more

Source: Blind/Deaf Shelter Dogs Networking