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Rescue story: Kai and Evee Bring the Love

Bringing a rescue dog into your home can fill your heart immensely. Not only are you rescuing them, but they also can rescue you. After her dog passed away, Rae was looking to fill her home again with a furry friend. But, what she didn’t know is that she’d soon have two rescue stories to share! Backyard breeder to shelter to home Kai is our rescue German Shepherd. From what we were told, she wasn’t bought from the breeder, so they brought her to the shelter. We met her and got her the same day she was supposed to be…

Rescue Story: Siblings for Life

Rescuing a dog from an uncertain fate is admirable. Cassie, did this for both her dogs. The more rescue pups the more reward and love, right? Right. Bear and Koda are two mild tempered rescue pups who not only found forever homes, but found a best friend in each other. We talked to Bear and Koda’s mom about her choice to rescue not one, but two sweet pups. What do you know about their pasts? Bear was one of an unwanted litter of puppies in South Carolina. The owners gave some dogs away for free, and the ones that weren’t taken were…

Rescue Story: Sweet Like Sugar

Anyone who knows pit bulls, understands they can be the sweetest breed of dogs. This fact makes “Sugar” a fitting name for this rescue pit. After their first meeting, Sugar’s mom, Maria, knew that she could give her a better future and ensure that she’d live up to her name. Sugar’s past Sugar was in a questionable living situation when I adopted her at six-weeks-old. In the hands of backyard breeders, she was already taken away from her mother. Sugar was living outside, in boxes during cold Colorado Fall nights. I responded to a post from the “breeders” on a local Facebook…

Breezy: the ultimate hiking partner

Sometimes you need a little extra push to go out and try new things. When it comes to being that supportive friend, this adopted pup is the perfect companion. Here’s how Breezy became the ultimate hiking partner. How did you rescue Breezy? I rescued my dog, Breezy through the Sam Simon Foundation. They rescue dogs from various shelters and train them to become Hearing Dogs. When a dog doesn’t seem to be a good fit for that program, they put them up for adoption. Breezy was much too shy around people and dogs to be a good fit. So, when…