Category Archives: Very Special Rescue Stories


February 9, 2017
The fosters for Hoss, who had lived out on a chain his whole life, adopted him. He is living happily with 2 buddies.  You can tell which is Hoss in the photo at left by his bent ear.   The photo of Hoss below is before he was rescued.



January, 2017
Please meet Hoss.  This poor guy has spent his entire life on this chain – we’re guessing he’s 5 or 6.  This is an incredibly sad existence.   But Hoss is now free from that chain.

His owner recently passed. Someone has been coming to the property to make sure he and his daughter (who I believe has a home lined up) have food.   Aside from the fact that no dog should have to live like this, the property has to be vacated by the end of the month.

He is absolutely starved, and desperate for attention. He has little to no manners. He jumped on our volunteers and wrapped his paws around their arms almost pleading with them to stay, or take him with them….

We begged on Facebook for a foster home for Hoss, and a good-hearted couple volunteered to help.  They will take him to his neuter appointment and then to the board and train place we use when he’s done so they can break him in the next 2 weeks or so and get him used to being indoors.

Hoss wants nothing more to be part of a family and now he will get that.



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Tink is up and at’em

tink5The UPENN doctors said she is eating like a champ and doing incredibly well. Her chest tube is out, she breathing on her own, and they are weaning her off the IV pain meds!!

Our little nugget will be headed home tomorrow at some point as long as no problems arise

Seems like everyone that meets her falls in love with her. One of the vets from UPENN applied to adopt and so did the Seaford vet.   

So far we have raised almost $5000 to put towards her bill!  Thank you to everyone that has donated!!! We still have about $2000 to raise so please keep sharing Tink’s story!  If you are able to make a tax deductible donation towards her care, you are able to do so by clicking the donate button on FB or our website or by sending us a check.

Thank you for your support thus far, we can’t wait to get her home!

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