We rehabilitate the animals, who run a higher risk of euthanasia in a traditional shelter setting, and then adopt them into loving forever homes.
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He needs to be the only pet in an adult only home. We make every effort to treat and care for kittens until they are eating on their own and healthy enough to go to a foster home, but some lives are still lost despite those efforts.
She loves to just hang out with people. Slow and Steady is what Scout needs.
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We have resolved most of the skin issues and her fur is finally growing back. Animal Lifeline Effectiveness Policy. Get In Touch!
His owners indicated that Pete had some bad interactions with other dogs, so we are not sure if he gets along with adult dogs. His favorite part of the day is "treat time".
Ollie is a puppy at heart. Some do not make it, despite our best efforts. Pete was born deaf but is smart as a whip and was trained using American Language. Adoptable Dogs. Neonatal kittens have fragile immune systems and often arrive at the shelter as orphans and with compromised health.
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Daisy came to our shelter missing most of her fur and with limited sight. We do not euthanize healthy or treatable pets even at an owner's request.
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We rescue cats and dogs that are injured, handicapped, have a serious medical condition, abused, pregnant and nursing moms, or orphans that require bottle feeding. Sunday: Closed. Shelter donations can be dropped off during business hours listed below, simply give us a call when you are in the parking lot.
Walks well on a leash but can be a little reactive when he sees other dogs, squirrels or rabbits. He weighs in at 59 pounds but could lose a few pounds.
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We only euthanize a pet if: A veterinarian has assessed that there is no chance of recovering an acceptable quality of life, or It would be clearly inhumane or unsafe not to do so immediately, or In cases of irremediable canine aggression when 1 a veterinarian has eliminated medical treatment as a solution; 2 rehabilitation by a specialist in canine behavior has failed; and 3 staff and public safety cannot be reasonably assured, or other management protocols seriously compromise quality of life.
We are teaching him language and he appears to get along with some dogs.
He will do best in a home with children over the age of 16 and would love a fenced in yard so he can run, play and be safe. He came from a rescue in IL after his family situation changed and they could no longer keep him.
See adoptable cats. He knows sit, stay, bathroom, eat and calm-down and is housetrained. Daisy is a laid back lady who loves the indoor life.
A special needs, no kill shelter. He likes to play tough of war and loves to look outside. She likes to sit in cushy, people chairs and give kisses.