Sunday, March 15, 2009

Featured Rescue Followups - February

Have you adopted a dog from rescue? Tell me about it in the comments!

Well, here's the Featured Rescue Followups for February and all those that weren't adopted in previous months.

Kobe Swims the suspected Kelpie listed as a GSD mix
Status: NOT adopted
Featured on December 5, 2008
Follow link here to see blog entry

Tahne the Cocker Spaniel
Status: NOT adopted
Featured on December 13, 2008
Follow link here to see blog entry.

Rafe (left) and Redman (right) the Rhodesian Ridgebacks
Status: NOT Adopted
Featured on January 12, 2009
Follow link here to see blog entry


Bella the Catahoula Leopard Dog
Status: NOT Adopted
Featured on January 21, 2009
Follow link here to see blog entry

Zoey the Beagle
Status: AdoptedFeatured on February 3, 2009
Follow link here to see blog entry
Sly the Boxer
Status: Not Adopted
Featured on February 6, 2009
Follow link here to see blog entry
Ginger the American Staffordshire Terrier
Status: Adopted
Featured on February 11, 2009
Follow link here to see blog entry

Buddy the Bichon Frise
Status: Adopted
Featured on February 20, 2009
Follow link here to see blog entry
Apollo the Dalmation
Status: Not Adopted
Featured on February 24, 2009
Follow link here to see blog entry
As always, if any of you can open your home to a rescue dog, I urge you to do so. If you have already done so, than that's great!
Please feel free to post a comment about your rescue dog or tell a story about your experiences with rescues/shelters. If you would prefer, feel free to email it to me and I will post it in one of the daily blog posts.

3 comments:

NORWOOD UNLEASHED said...

I keep asking for a sibling but mom says we can't. I was a rescue. I was found wandering the streets of Memphis TN at 6 mos old. You can read my story on my blog-it's posted along the sidebar. The people from the animal clinic and rescue are amazing people who kept me alive. (PAWS new england rescue ) . My mom can't imagine life without me and she will always choose to rescue.

Norwood

SweetPea said...

I have adopted 2 rescues... a catahoula mix and a blue heeler mix, both scheduled to be put down. The catahoula, Daisy, has turned out to be an amazing dog. She is very quiet and a great companion. The heeler, Noelle, is a little more of a challenge but tries very hard to be good :)
I wouldn't trade them in for anything... even the husband. After all, the dogs were here first!!

DogsDeserveFreedom said...

Norwood - I have enjoyed reading your posts on your blog. It is good to read some from a rescue standpoint. I would like to post a link to your blog in the near future, but I'm working on figuring out how to slide it in seamlessly :)

SweetPea - I read an interesting article just last night about a lady who had been reunited with a long lost love, moved to live with him, only to find out that her dogs were not welcome in the house (at all)! I am glad you have found some good friends in rescue. There are many good ones out there - and many more that want to be good, just don't yet know how.