Alex & BG

On Tuesday January 2, 2019 one of our long term volunteers lost his battle with ALS.
He left behind his 2 Very much loved dogs. We would like to find a hospice foster ( Hope pays for medical) for them for what ever time they have left.
We do not want to separate them after all they have been through.
BG is the Shepherd looking one, she is 13 and in good health.
Alex is the Rottweiler, he is 10 and does have some hip issues but otherwise also in good health.
They are both well mannered, very easy dogs to care for. 
PLEASE help by opening your home to these deserving dogs. It is Pat's last wish .

Ryder

Ryder - 4 year old Husky/ Shepherd mix female. House trained, friendly with most other dogs and very pretty...being a Husky type we hope to find her a home with someone that knows and understand this breed. They can be tricky on you because they are so darn smart. If you are an active person, she is right up your alley. She also likes to chill and snuggle at the end of the day. super sweet

Tigress

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Tigress is a 9 year old Blue Healer female. Her owner was admitted into a nursing home that does not allow dogs so now she finds herself homeless. She is blind so she will be scared and reactive for the first couple weeks to get use to her new surroundings but once she is acclimated she is such a sweet girl.  She likes belly rubs too,. She has been fine with other dogs, doesn't really play so she would not like a young dog constantly bugging her to chase them.  A nice senior female would be perfect for her if she could pick her person out herself that is what she would choose. She is a very good dog and calm easy going girl.

Sponsored By:  Susan Atkinson

Terry

Terry is a 9 year old female American Staffordshire Terrier. She was rescued from Chicago Animal Control where she had been dumped by her owner, most likely because she was going to have puppies. She came to us scared and shy with not much trust of people at all.  A couple weeks after rescue she gave birth to 10 puppies, those puppies were not born healthy thanks to everything mommy had been through and four passed away. Today Terry is VERY healthy! Everyone she catches a glimpse of might have a treat so she follows everyone until they notice her; she then sits all pretty just like in this picture. Terry does not do well with female dogs, nor cats, or small dogs of any sex.She needs a home where she can be the only dog, and have an endless supply of treats

Sponsored By:
The Schultz Family - Steve, Danielle and Josh