Here is a momma cat guest post by her foster Andrea: Thank you for trying to help me find a forever home for Charlotte. Charlotte’s family (my neighbors), moved off and left her behind. It was about 5 months before I noticed her and she was skin and bones. I
Meet Brulee. These are her before photos. This very sweet girl came to us in quite poor shape. You can see here that she is severely under weight (although she is eating well now!) and had terrible glaucoma in one eye. Sadly, the first part of Brulee’s journey even now
Here is a new photo of Ace in his new foster home all cleaned up! We still have an urgent need for a temporary foster home for Mr. Ace for the Christmas holiday. He is still looking for his FUR-ever home!
In the words of the awesome woman who found and is currently caring for Ace: Ace is a male Pit bull. To me he seems like he is about a year old. Ace lives in the back yard of my friends neighbors house. We have talked to the lady who
Hello animal lovers! This week we will be focusing on getting some of our sweet dogs a foster home for the Holidays. If you or someone you know would be willing to open up your heart and home for a few days or maybe a few weeks please contact us,
Take a look at our babies who have been adopted into their forever homes recently!
You may read this title and think this sounds crazy, however this is an extremely common practice. In order for a surgery to qualify as “Cosmetic”, the definition states that any procedure deemed medically unnecessary be performed by choice. Do you ever sit back and wonder why Dobermans must get
The common thought when teaching a pet to sit is that you physically push the dog’s back side to the floor. However, forcing them to sit this way is not the most productive method. Not to mention it can be extremely harsh on your pet. Instead, once you have gotten
The group, “Helping Animals at Gwinnett County Animal Shelter” has just announced to us that the Gwinnett County Animal Shelter is full much beyond maximum capacity. They will be putting down MANY of their dogs today and over the next few days. It is tragic that it has to be