Archive for the 'Rescue Tails' Category

Feb 04 2012

Rescue Tail – Heidi

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Beautiful, sweet Heidi was rescued from Animal Friends of the Valleys in Wildomar, California, where she came in as a stray.  When I saw her intake photo, I just couldn’t forget about her and kept watching her, hoping her owner would come for her or that she would be adopted.  They had her listed as […]

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Jan 21 2012

Rescue Tail – Donner & Noel

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Not all of the dogs we find at the shelters are networked. Some dogs slip between the cracks and the only way to find out about them is through a search on Pet Harbor. When Shawna was picking up Comet and Vixen at South Los Angeles shelter, I did a quick search on Pet Harbor. I saw […]

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Jan 19 2012

Rescue Tail – Holly and Vixen

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Holly was one of our most heartbreaking rescues. We first saw her picture on the OC shelter website. I immediately placed a hold on her. We arranged to have her pulled. But there was a mixup at the shelter and they confused her with an unaltered pug. So they shelter held her for a week […]

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Jan 16 2012

Rescue Tail – Leo

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One of our most heartwarming rescues was of Leo. On November 19, Baldwin Park Shelter put out a plea and video to rescue Leo. Leo is a gorgeous four year old purebred cocker spaniel that was dumped at the Baldwin Shelter by his owners because they were moving. He developed severe kennel cough and was […]

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Dec 31 2011

Rescue Tails – Comet, St. Nick, Galahad, Zoey

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In November, Shawna pulled Galahad and Zoey from Baldwin Park Shelter. She went there to pull a few other dogs but one was adopted while she was in the lobby so Ric Brownde recommended she take these two. Galahad was a chihuahua puppy. He was found in La Puente. He was adopted to Shawna’s friend. […]

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Dec 14 2011

Rescue Tails – Edward, Jacob, Lulu, Nina, Joey, Sinatra

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This was our biggest rescue mission of them all! It’s very hard to adopt little dogs out in Southern California. However in Canada and the Pacific Northwest there are people who wait for small dogs. Here’s our crazy story of our first international pet transport. Cast: Sinatra I pulled Sinatra from Animal Friends of the […]

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Dec 08 2011

Rescue Tails – Noodles and Peabody

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Shawna saw a picture of Noodles, a pug/chihuahua on Baldwin Park’s faceb00k page. She fell in love with him and decided to save him. She actually adopted him herself! On the same list, I noticed Peabody – a sheltie mix. I grew up with shelties and had to save this baby. I asked Shawna to […]

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Dec 03 2011

Rescue Tails – Ziggy, Nicky and Winston

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This was my first caravan rescue. Winston – 5 year old pure pug, Nicky – pug/dachshund and Ziggy – pug/dachshund, were all rescued by Kristen from Baldwin Shelter. Shawna drove from her home in Anaheim to Kristen’s house in Studio City and picked them all up. Ziggyat shelter. Then Shawna met me and my husband […]

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Dec 03 2011

Rescue Tail – Pluto

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I saw Pluto’s picture on Animal Friends of the Valley – a high kill shelter in Wildomar. He was listed as a senior pug mix. Up until this point, I had only helped transport dogs that others had rescued from shelters but I hadn’t set foot into a shelter myself – except of course to […]

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Nov 29 2011

Rescue Tail – Petey

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So up until this point in April – I hadn’t really been hands on in the rescue. I had just funded some rescue saves. When Lisa from Pug Rescue San Diego asked my husband and me to transport Petey – a pug imposter – from Fallbrook to the SD airport. Petey was taken from a […]

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