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Can’t foster or adopt? You can sponsor a pet and help save a precious life!

We couldn’t help all the pets we do without you! Your generous donations are what make all things possible. If you’d like to donate for a specific pet in our care then please browse our pets in need of sponsoring, and donate today!


This little guy is 7.5 weeks now and we have had him for about 2 weeks in our care. He is a special needs baby, but we aren't exactly sure just what he has yet. It presents a little bit like swimmer syndrome and a little like a neurological disorder. We will continue to update everyone on his progress as he gets bigger and we learn more!

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Dozer was adopted as a puppy from a local shelter when he was 8 weeks old. As he continued to grow, it became apparent something was not right with his growth/progress. Dozer is now 10 months old and although he showed signs of a problem, he was not taken to the vet. The shelter where he was adopted has refused to take him back because of his medical issues. We feel all dogs deserve a chance, so we didn’t hesitate to take him in and try to figure out what was going on. He spent the day at one of our amazing vets yesterday, Northridge Animal Clinic, where he was diagnosed with severe hip dysplasia, arthritis, and slipping elbows/shoulders. Basically, he is a genetic nightmare. We are going to see about trying some therapy, in conjunction with his pain meds, to see if his condition can improve at all. Please stay tuned for videos and posts about Dozer’s progress.

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Precious is a sweet new hospice girl we were recently able to rescure from the shelter.

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Penelope is a 2 month old throw-away Amish puppy mill baby. Why was she thrown away when she is so darn cute?? Well, she has a heart condition known as patent ductus arteriosus (PDA). Today she underwent an echocardiagram at OSU to determine the severity of the hole in her heart. Thankfully, it is relatively small, but she is too small and young to undergo surgery to fix it at this time, so she will be headed back to OSU in mid-July for another assessment.

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Grandma Gertie

Grandma Gertie is a senior girl who definitely needed saving. She has severe spinal stenosis and is no longer weight bearing on her rear legs, so she has to drag herself everywhere. She also tested positive for lyme and ehrlichia and had horrible ear infections. She is now in the care of a foster spending her days lounging on orthopedic beds, getting taken for walks in the wagon, and eating lots of yummy treats.

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