|OUR DOGS IN NEED|
These dogs are NOT up for adoption at this time, but they do need your help. Please consider sponsoring one of our dogs in need. Your donation will go to help pay for their food, supplies, heartworm prevention and veterinary expenses until they are healthy enough for adoption or to live out their life in a loving foster home. Thank you.
Sweet Izzy was rescued from an abusive environment. We will never understand how someone can beat a dog. Great care is being taken with her to trust again and let her know she will be cared for. She is only 8 monhts old, has gone into heat, and she has coccidia, hook and tape worms. After all she has been through she is showing us she wants love and attention. She will very slowly come to your feet and accept touch. She has also started playing with her toys. Please consider donating to her care. UPDATE: We thought Izzy was putting on needed weight, but she is pregnant. She will deliver around the end of May.
NAOMI AND HER PUPPIES
Naomi and her puppies were left at the San Marcos Shelter. Naomi was horribly thin, ribs and spine showing and her milk was drying up. The puppies, only 3 weeks old had to be weaned immediately. Sadly, Naomi is also heartworm positive. She is improving very slowly. The puppies are eating well and are very playful. We think they look a little like maltipoos, especially the ones with curly hair. There are 2 females (Dot & Ebony) and 3 males (Domino, Deuce & Oreo). The puppies will be available for adoption at 8 weeks of age, around June 1st. Please consider donating to Naomi's care. She will be in our system for months while we treat her heartworms.
TANK - GUNNER - ROSIE
One of our adopters rescued a small Terrier mix and her puppies. The mom of the pups was biten by a snake and died. We took in these sweet little babies, barely 3 weeks old and less than a pound each. It was touch and go for a few days. They now eat on their own and are gaining weight. Their mom was solid tan like Gunner, but these babies look a little like Jack Russells. They will be available for adoption after June 4th.
OUR MASCOT - Champ always greets you with his smile and wagging tail. We were devastated to learn that Champ has Osteosarcoma in his back leg. His leg was amputated in December of 2012. He is no longer on any pain medication and his mobility is great. We have found a foster home where he can live out the rest of his life. We cannot rescue him from his fate, but we will be by his side at the end. Please consider a donation to Champ’s care. Follow Champ's story