Saving Snoots Animal Rescue

Saving Snoots Animal Rescue Saving Snoots Animal Rescue rescues animals from inhumane, dangerous, unhealthy or untenable situations. Second Chances Animal Rescue rescues animals from inhumane, dangerous, unhealthy or untenable situations; provides shelter, as well as physical, mental and emotional support and stability to animals; returns animals to good health; places animals in safe and loving environments; and provides support and assistance to other organizations or individuals who desire the same.
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Operating as usual

08/06/2021

UPDATE: The Vet called us about 745 this evening with the results of his bloodwork and urine tests.

HIS NUMBERS WENT DOWN SIGNIFICANTLY!!!

They are almost at normal levels. Our Vet feels he had a HORRIBLE kidney infection, and not true kidney failure. She said we caught it just in time, because had it gone on, it would have caused serious kidney damage. There was still a small amount of blood that showed up in his urine, but not near as much as last time. She wants him to remain on the antibiotics for another 2 weeks and then do another round of bloodwork and urine test just to make sure he is good.

This is an answer to prayer. Simba showed NO signs that he had this going on, other than he didnt seem to have an appetite. He was drinking and peeing normally, so we had no clue there was anything this serious going on.

I told the Vet we are giving him doggie cranberry supplements every day, along with filtered water, NO TAP WATER.. She said, "Keep doing what you are doing". He will need to remain on a renal support food for the rest of his life to help maintain his kidneys, but that is such a small thing compared to the alternative. To say we are thrilled, happy, tears of joy, grateful.. Well you get the picture.

THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR PRAYERS AND SUPPORT.

We could use some prayers for Simba. He goes back to the vet today for more bloodwork, and urine test to see where his kidney numbers are, and if he has made any improvements. If you can donate toward his ever mounting vet bill, please call our vet directly.
Animal Hospital of Emporia
434 634 3936
Please ref Saving Snoots and Simba.
THANK YOU!! ❤

Saving Simba: Simba's StoryHello everyone, Its taken me over a week to get my emotions under control enough to write thi...
07/23/2021

Saving Simba: Simba's Story

Hello everyone, Its taken me over a week to get my emotions under control enough to write this post. Please bear with me.

Simba's journey with us began 1-6-2017

Most of you will remember Simba. Simba was the first dog we pulled that was a victim of dog fighting. He came from the same facility as the group of 10 dog fighting victims we pulled along with Rainbow Animal Rescue.

When I first saw Simba, my heart literally shattered. I had seen emaciated dogs before, but never did I see a dog with so many scars, old and new and wounds. He was missing parts of his ears. He had bites all over, including one on his leg that was down to the bone. I knew I had to save him. I had never worked with a fighting dog. Jackie from Rainbow Rescue helped me pull him because it was literally his LAST DAY. We took him to the vet immediately. Simba was only about a year or so old, and had endured unspeakable acts, and horrible neglect and abuse. Despite Simba's horrible condition, he was calm, loving and soaking up all the attention. Our Vet even commented how much he seemed to love people.

I brought Simba home to foster him, allowing him to decompress, and gain weight and get healthy. I used to sit with him for hours, petting him and telling him he was beautiful. Many feedings every few hours to ensure he gained weight.

Not long after we pulled him, he threw up a huge (2 foot long, 2 inch wide) piece of tire. It just goes to show what dogs will put in their bellies when they are starved.

When I brought River home, one of the group of 10 fighting pits we helped pull, both dogs got really excited to see each other. We felt they knew each other, and were possibly brothers.

We had Simba for about 2 years, and he had been on many meet and greets, but nobody seemed to fit. We tried a trial adoption with a young lady, and thought it was a match made in heaven. Sadly not a week later, she called and told us she needed to return him. No explaination, nothing.. So I went and picked him up. The night I got back with him, Bryon and I were walking the dogs, and Simba got away from me. It was completely and totally MY FAULT. Simba went after the female dog that Bryon was walking. Im not going to go into alot of detail, but I will tell you, Ive never been so scared in all my life. We managed to get the 2 dogs apart. The female was ok, and in fact she has since been adopted, and exhibited no long standing effects from the ordeal. Simba had never done anything like that before. He had always been ok with other dogs, as long as they were ok with him. He used to play with River until he went on to another rescue. We realized at that time that we would have to be careful with Simba, manage him, and make sure that he and everyone else was safe. We had him evaluated by 2 trainers, and were told that this is not something that can be "retrained out of him". He was far too young when he was forced to fight to survive, and he is alive ONLY because he learned quick, and was good at it. Simba is NOT a dog that will just randomnly try to get at another dog, but if the opportunity presents itself, he will take advantage. Im ONLY explaining all this so you all know why we have had him as a foster for so long. Its NOT that we havent had interest in him, but we cannot find the right fit. When I explain about Simba to potential adopters, I hear one of 2 things.."Oh.. thats too much" (Even though his posting CLEARLY says, Cannot be with other dogs). The other thing I hear is, "Oh We think we can "love that out of him".. No, this is NOT something that will ever change, but it CAN be managed. We are careful with him. Simba gets one on one time outside without our other dogs out there. Inside, we "crate and rotate" giving each dog time with us, and time in their crates, which is to them, their safe place. Rescuing and fostering can be a balancing act at times, but we make it work, and make sure everyone is always safe.

Fast forward to last week.. Simba wasnt really eating, didnt seem himself. We made an appointment, and Bryon took him to the Vet. After several tests, and no answers the Vet did bloodwork. His kindey levels are very high, and he was anemic elluding to possible kidney failure. WAIT?? WHAT?? Simba is only about 5 years old!! He was put on antibiotics and a special kidney diet. Well... last week I tried everything under the sun to get him to eat. One time he would eat the special dry food, then next he wouldnt touch it. Then the same with the wet food. Ive tried peanut butter, chicken, chicken and rice, liver, tuna, canned chicken breast, hamburger, bacon anything I can think of, to get food and as much of the special food as I can into him. At times he will eat, other times he wont. Our friends at Rainbow Animal Rescue sent us several cases of kidney diet, canned food, and at first he ate that really good. Then again, he didnt want it. I sit with him, and hand feed him, just like I did when we first pulled him. He went back to the Vet on Wednesday for a check and more tests. It was found that he had blood in his urine, which may mean a kidney infection, kidney stones, bladder infection, or UTI so we did x-rays, really HOPING to see some kind of stones, because thats MUCH better a prognosis than kidney failure. Nothing showed on the x-rays. The Vet changed his antibiotics to something easier on his stomach, put him on anti nausea, appetite enhancers, potassium, and kept him all day doing an IV. We were told if its kidney failure, usually by the time symptoms show, they only have 25% kidney function. We are HOPING AND PRAYING its not that, and due to the blood being found in his urine that it may be something more simple. All we can do is hope and pray, and pray ALOT.

4 years ago, we made a committment to Simba, for LIFE as we do with ALL our rescue dogs. We will do whatever it takes to help him, give him the best care whether he has weeks, months or years left. We will do whatever we can, but we need help. Simba's bill last week was over $500.00 which Jill paid from her personal funds because our rescue account is depleated. His visit this week was over $400.00 and that balance at the vet has not been paid yet. If you have ANY money to spare, we are literally begging for help. You can make donations directly to our vet, just please let them know its Saving Snoots account, and for Simba.

Animal Hospital of Emporia
434 634 3936

Im also going to try and add a fundraiser to this post and you can make fee free donations there, just know the money in the fundraisers is not available to us for sometimes 30-45 days, but we know thats sometimes the preferred way to donate because its quick and easy. ANY donation amount, any method is GREATLY APPRECIATED.
THANK YOU to everyone who supports our rescue, and for taking the time to read Simba's story
Im also asking for prayers for Simba that God will help him through this.

Pictures are of when we first pulled him, and at the vet the other day

PLEASE SHARE AND DONATE IF YOU ARE ABLE. THANK YOU

07/14/2021
UPDATE 2: THANKS TO AN AMAZING DEAR FRIEND OF MINE Shocky Boyjian, her bill for today has been paid in full. THANK YOU L...
07/13/2021

UPDATE 2: THANKS TO AN AMAZING DEAR FRIEND OF MINE Shocky Boyjian, her bill for today has been paid in full. THANK YOU LADY, YOURE AN ANGEL.
I spoke to the vet tech and her overall condition is beyond poor. Her body condition score is 2. She should weigh between 30 and 35 lbs and she barely weighs 20. She has a long road ahead of her, but we will give her the best going forward. We will be doing a fundraiser to help pay for the dental, spay, and whatever else she needs once she is healthy.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! WITHOUT GENEROUS FRIENDS, WE COULDNT SAVE LITTLE ONES LIKE CASSIE. ❤❤

UPDATE:
SHE HAS BEEN SHOT. The bullet is still in her hip area. The vet said she was shot quite awhile ago, so I cant even imagine the pain this poor girl has been in for who knows how long.
The bill today was $480.00
She had shots, xray, HW 4DX test, shes heartworm negative, by some miracle but has tick bourne illness and will be on meds for that. Shes of course loaded with hookworms. As soon as we get her healed up from all that, she will need a dental. Her teeth are so bad that alot of them will most likely have to be pulled. If shes not spayed, she will be spayed and micro chipped at that time.
She is a mess, but on the road to recovery.

Ok folks, we need some help. This little one was found laying in the road late sunday night. The lady that found her called our friends at Rainbow Rescue, and they called us because she was in our area. We made a report with AC, incase someone is missing her. Shes in terrible shape. Shes having trouble and is very unsteady on her back legs. The kind lady that picked her up gave her a bath, and she is at the vet right now, getting care. Its hard to tell from the pictures because shes so furry, but shes emaciated, the pads of her feet are swollen and sore, her teeth are in awful shape and she will need a dental, among many other things Im sure. We think this lady has alot of age on her. Her angel, Lisa has offered to foster her for us, even if it ends up to be a hospice situation. We need help with the vet bill. Being a small rescue we do not have funds in reserve to cover this, but we couldnt turn her away. We will be keeping in contact with AC incase someone is missing her, but we all agreed that she was better staying in a home and seeing the vet, during the hold period than heading to AC. She has been checked for a micro chip and does not have one. I will update when I know more, but if you can donate ANYTHING to her bill, please call our vet directly.
Animal Hospital of Emporia
434 634 3936
Please ref Saving Snoots, and "Cassie" as named by the angel who found her.
THANK YOU.

MORE PICTURES IN THE COMMENT SECTION.

Got this message from one of our adopters this morning. Nothing makes our day more than messages like this from awesome ...
06/15/2021

Got this message from one of our adopters this morning. Nothing makes our day more than messages like this from awesome families that adopt our pups, and become part of our extended rescue family!!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY/RESCUE DAY REMI!!! WE LOVE YOU GIRL.
THANK YOU Kendra for adopting this sweet nugget, we love you too!!

"It's Remi's 10th birthday/5th rescue day! ♥️♥️♥️ thank you for saving my girl this day 5 years ago. She's now officially been free and loved for the majority of her life!"

We rescued Remi off a chain, 5 years ago today. She had spent the first 5 years of her life, chained to a tree with little care.

Got this message from one of our adopters this morning. Nothing makes our day more than messages like this from awesome families that adopt our pups, and become part of our extended rescue family!!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY/RESCUE DAY REMI!!! WE LOVE YOU GIRL.
THANK YOU Kendra for adopting this sweet nugget, we love you too!!

"It's Remi's 10th birthday/5th rescue day! ♥️♥️♥️ thank you for saving my girl this day 5 years ago. She's now officially been free and loved for the majority of her life!"

We rescued Remi off a chain, 5 years ago today. She had spent the first 5 years of her life, chained to a tree with little care.

When you are a rescuer, you never know what the day will bring.. Today I got these 3 little ones. They were brought to A...
11/09/2020

When you are a rescuer, you never know what the day will bring.. Today I got these 3 little ones. They were brought to AC and one right to the vet for a large gash in its head. Apparently an eagle tried to make lunch out of the baby.. This was witnessed by the people that found the puppies.. Gash all stitched up, and ac brought them to me. They will be headed to Rainbow Animal Rescue later this evening. Thank you Jackie, and Edna from Rainbow for taking them, Sheri Ann for bringing them to ac, the vet and for transporting them to rescue, and aco Craig for bringing them to me so they didnt have to be in the shelter. It takes a village..

If anyone can donate toward this lil pups emergency bill for today, please call the vet directly and note Friends of Brunswick Shelter account
Thank you
Dr Dennis # 434-848-2876

Tomorrow is the last day to order and help us out.THANK U FOR LOOKING and ORDERING if you can. ❤Who loves Pamperedchef? ...
10/28/2020
Saving Snoots Animal Rescue Fundraiser

Tomorrow is the last day to order and help us out.
THANK U FOR LOOKING and ORDERING if you can. ❤

Who loves Pamperedchef? We are hosting an online fundraiser to raise money to help with vet bills and any costly items for the rescue! Place an order and a percent comes to the rescue!

Spend $80 and get the guest special and a FREE surprise gift!

Fundraiser ends 10/28!!

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Let's Raise some money for the rescue and help animals in need!!  Order Pampered Chef products through the Fundraiser Catalog Show and up to 15% of total sales will go to the rescue! Plus, an extra $3 is contributed from every show booked from the event!!

Who loves Pampered Chef? We are hosting an online fundraiser to raise money to help with vet bills and any costly items ...
10/16/2020
Saving Snoots Animal Rescue Fundraiser

Who loves Pampered Chef? We are hosting an online fundraiser to raise money to help with vet bills and any costly items for the rescue! Place an order and a percent comes to the rescue!

Spend $80 and get the guest special and a FREE surprise gift!

Fundraiser ends 10/28!!

https://www.pamperedchef.com/party/savingsnoots?fbclid=IwAR0yTz0Q9Zw-v7VNqFpqpJwcAbcdf-aK-A4Y4ukeh3TYhWLxe7TgS-KbeN4

Let's Raise some money for the rescue and help animals in need!!  Order Pampered Chef products through the Fundraiser Catalog Show and up to 15% of total sales will go to the rescue! Plus, an extra $3 is contributed from every show booked from the event!!

**LOST DOG**  Please share so Stix can make it home safe and sound!
08/24/2020

**LOST DOG** Please share so Stix can make it home safe and sound!

For those of our wonderful followers and supporters in the Washington, D.C. and northern Virginia area - please share th...
08/24/2020

For those of our wonderful followers and supporters in the Washington, D.C. and northern Virginia area - please share this information. The Humane Rescue Alliance reached out to our small rescue and asked us to share this information far and wide to find the monster(s) that did this and bring them to justice. Please share! Thank you!

Heres some great info for preparing for the upcoming hurricane season, and general natural disaster preparation. Please ...
08/21/2020
Pets and Animals | Ready.gov

Heres some great info for preparing for the upcoming hurricane season, and general natural disaster preparation. Please feel free to share.

In addition to the info below, its a good idea to take a cotton ball and rub it on your pet to get your pets scent. Put the cotton ball in an air tight zip loc or other sealed bag. Should your pet go missing this can help a tracking dog help find your pet.
Please spay, neuter and microchip your pets, and please have the microchip scanned at your pets yearly appointments. Please keep your microchip information up to date.

https://www.ready.gov/pets

Get Informed Know what disasters could affect your area, which could call for an evacuation and when to shelter in place. Keep a NOAA Weather Radio tuned to your local emergency station and monitor TV, radio and follow mobile alert and mobile warnings about severe weather in your area. Download the....

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08/12/2020

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More pictures of the little one. We held the baby for a bit tonight and it was purring and purring, which tells me they were dumped, not feral. Hopefully Thelma can trap the other one tomorrow.. Any rescues need a couple sweet small babies??

PS, This one is really thin.. You can feel backbone, hip bones and ribs. But overall, pretty clean and looks fairly healthy, other than needing groceries.

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Purcellville, VA
20132

General information

BEGINNINGS Saving Snoots Animal Rescue was established during the Federal Government shutdown in October 2013. We had always been a part of the Facebook rescue groups and watched wishing we could do more to help. We were watching Mollie, a mix from Lafayette, Tennessee who later became our first rescue, and loved her from afar. We had even called to inquire about her, but were given the great news that she already had an approved adopter. On a Sunday night at 10PM the volunteer reached out to us to let us know that Mollie’s adoption had fallen through and that she would be euthanized on Monday afternoon if she was not rescued. With that as a backdrop, Jill woke up at 4am and made the drive from Washington, DC to Lafayette, TN to pick Mollie up. She made it in time, and Mollie was our first rescue. We placed her with a loving new forever home just before Thanksgiving 2013. Along the way, we met a wonderful community of people, made new friends, learned a lot about rescue, loved Mollie, and changed our lives. We will likely always be small, but we believe that giving as many dogs as we can a second chance makes a difference. Join us, it’s worth the time, energy and effort. MISSION Rescue. Rehabilitate. Rehome. DESCRIPTION At Saving Snoots Animal Rescue, our mission is to 'Rescue, Rehabilitate and Rehome' dogs in need. We pursue our mission as an all-volunteer, foster-based rescue. Each Saving Snoots representative is 100% a volunteer, no one receives payment for our work. As a foster-based rescue, our dogs live in homes with loving and dedicated families and they are treated as a beloved family member while they are in our care. While the advantages of foster-based rescue are many, our ability to rescue dogs in need is dependent on the availability of individuals and families who are willing to open their homes and hearts to dogs in need. If you would like to know more about fostering a dog in need, please email us at [email protected] RESCUE We rescue dogs facing euthanasia in high kill shelters in the South and local dogs whose owners can no longer care for them. We do not discriminate against any breeds and we rescue dogs of all ages and sizes. In general, we try to take on the more challenging cases who may otherwise struggle to be adopted within a reasonable time. As a foster-based rescue, we can only rescue as many dogs as we have approved and available foster homes. We must also screen dogs in need in order to ensure that we can place the dog with the right foster family. REHABILITATE Our rehabilitation program includes socialization, exercise, veterinary care, a quality diet, and positive reinforcement training and lots of love, love, LOVE. Many of the dogs that come into rescue have suffered some form of abuse or neglect, and most need time to overcome these challenges. We are committed to providing each dog with the love, care, and attention that s/he needs to achieve their deserved second chance. REHOME When the time is right, we place our dogs up for adoption and carefully screen potential adopters by making use of an extensive adoption process, which includes: an adoption application, reference checks, and a home visit. Our adoption process is focused on rehoming our adoptable dogs into forever homes that best suit their needs and that also suit the needs of the potential adopters. As such, our process does not maintain a policy of taking applications on a first-come, first-serve basis. Dogs deserve forever homes and our efforts seek to maximize the measure of fit between dog and adopter. An approved adopter will have gone through each step in the process. Once approved, we will finalize an adoption date, both parties will sign an adoption contract, and the adopter will submit an adoption fee in the amount of $250. ADOPTION FEE The adoption fee helps to off set some portion of the costs of the individual dogs we rescue. Each dog comes to us with varying veterinary needs; some remain in rescue longer than others; some require more intensive training; and the costs of food, toys, treats, crates, collars, leashes and other supplies quickly add up. The adoption fee is a part of how we meet the needs of every dog in rescue and it helps to cover the specific costs associated with an individual dog. All Saving Snoots dogs receive the following services while in rescue and prior to an adoption: - spay/neuter [age appropriate] - vaccinations [Rabies, DHPP, Bordatella] - dewormer - microchip - heartworm test [age appropriate] - monthly heartworm and flea preventative treatments while in rescue LIFE LONG COMMITMENT Saving Snoots has a lifelong commitment to each dog we rescue. Should adopters be unable to care for their Saving Snoots rescue for any reason, Saving Snoots will take the dog back immediately. In fact, this is a requirement in our adoption contract. We invest a great deal in the animals we rescue, typically removing them from terrible circumstances. At times, our dogs are difficult or complicated cases requiring medical or behavioral treatment. Saving Snoots is willing to work to support these costs should it be too much for an adopter, if the adopter is a wonderful fit and home for our rescue dog. Each situation will be considered on a case-by-case basis. DONATE, FOSTER, VOLUNTEER Saving Snoots Animal Rescue is a certified 501(c)(3) rescue. We rely on donations to maintain our rescue efforts. If you would like to donate goods, services, time, or a monetary gift, email us at [email protected] for more info! GENERAL INFORMATION Saving Snoots Animal Rescue is an all-volunteer, foster-based rescue. We adopt within the Washington, DC Metro area from out of state high kill shelters. As a small, new foster-based rescue, we are working on establishing a site for viewing adoptable dogs. We ask that prospective adopters send us an email and/or come to one of our adoption events to meet and greet our adoptable dogs. Adoption events will be advertised on our FB page as they are scheduled and will eventually be featured on our website. If you're looking for a way to help dogs in need, email us today for more info!

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If we cannot find an adopter or foster, Duke will be put down on Tuesday. We only have 3 days tops to get him out alive. We have a rescue that will pull him if we can find an adopter or foster. Transport can be arranged. URGENT Posted by Sue: The rescue I work with was asked if we could help find this boy a new home as he had begun to fight with the other dog in the home. We are an all foster-based rescue with no available fosters, so at this time we can only help owner surrenders if the owners can keep the dog until adopted, which they agreed to do. Unfortunately this is no longer the case as Duke pushed through the gate that separated him from the other dog and a fight broke out. The owner was unintentionally bit when trying to break it up. Long story short Animal Control was called and Duke was signed over to them and taken to a shelter for a 10-day quarantine. This was this past Saturday, November 10th. Animal control is deeming Duke unadoptable and plans on euthanizing him at the end of the 10-day quarantine! Anyone that knows anything about dogs knows that not liking other dogs does not make a dog bad or unadoptable at all! And the owner was not bitten on purpose. Many dogs have to be an only dog. Duke's only hope is for a rescue to pull him. Which brings me to this post. My rescue can no longer help with no place to put him, but I am hoping another rescue would step in. So please share the heck out of this post in hopes of saving Duke. His location is Fauquier, Virginia. Rescues should reach out to the shelter directly. He is under quarantine at Fauquier SPCA. 540-788-9000. Below is his original description and pictures/videos from his previous owners. Hi! I’m Duke Dog. I am a gorgeous 13 month old, neutered, Treeing Walker C**n Hound/Boxer mix (BT Walker, if you’ve heard of that?) and very smart! I currently live in a four dog home and it’s not for me. My vet says I’m a beautiful boy with a bright future and the doggy behaviorist agrees. But they both say I need a home without other dogs to live my best life. I’m looking for a perfect human or humans to spend my time with, who will continue my training. I have to be an only dog, but I promise to be the only dog you’ll need! I’m crate trained, potty trained, and love to play with my toys. I am great with kids. I will need a house with a fence. If you can foster or adopt Duke, please email Jen at [email protected] as soon as possible. His time is up on Tuesday.
UPDATE 3/29 - 6 PM!!! Shelter has said this precious little girl is not doing well, she is extremely ill, high heartworm positive and needs to get outside emergency Vet care ASAP!!! Has marked her **RESCUE ONLY** BEYOND URGENT!!! PTS AT ANY TIME!!! Dallas, TX; "Dolly" Terrified & Dejected, Senior Boxer X w/Vision Issues **CODE RED** NEEDS OUT OF THE SHELTER NOW!!! THERE IS NO TIME TO HESITATE HERE, NONE!!! BEGGING FOR HELP!!! $143 Pledged so far, $113 on this thread and $30 on the original!! https://www.facebook.com/BlindDeafNetworking/photos/a.519849518158131.1073741920.225835284226224/1102103549932722/?type=3&theater
Any locals around knoxville, TN able to take in a brindle boxer mix? His owners can vouch for him as well on his great obedience. "Best dog ever. Does simple commands, very obedient, potty trained, low maintenance. It breaks our hearts he has to go." He unprovoking bit the face of a small child of his owner now, this is the only time he has ever done something out of the years they have had him. I really don't want him to go to the shelter or be put down, please if anyone has a farm and other animals and just space for another dog please let me know. He is fixed, his name is Jax and he is a sweetheart.. we're just learning kids may not be his cup of tea since he was in the family first jealously might've provoked the bite?He is now at Young Williams shelter he's on a hold for the next 8days, April 5th he will be able to be put up for adoption and he'll be worked with however, he will now have a bite record. Owners have offered to pay whatever fees needed and some food if we can just get him to a good home. I'm looking for any type of rescues in the TN area that can help with rehoming him. He's a great dog and def. deserves a second chance! And yes, he has an underbite, and a scar on his head from a puppy, we don't know how still. Sent from my iPhone
Hello, I'm trying to find a group that will help me catch my dog who has been lost since 2/28/18. She is hanging around the rest areas where I lost her. I just got a call from the attendant that works at the rest area on the north bound side of I 45, saying that she is still there but no one can catch her. She is very scared and a timid dog anyway. It's going to take several people and someone with some knowledge/experience in catching dogs. I will post a flyers also made up for me by Lost Pets of TX. Thanks for any help I can get to finally get her home. Carrollyn
This dog has been horribly neglected. Needs immediate help https://www.facebook.com/NashCoAnimalFriends/posts/1649085228488844