We are a 501c3 non-profit specializing in dogs previously adopted out who have ended up being given away on ...Craigslist, Facebook, etc... We pull medical cases and have a huge soft spot for elderly dogs sitting at the shelter.
Our dedication is getting them the best furever home they so rightly deserve.
Adult adoptions are $125-250 unless otherwise noted. Puppies will be $275 and neutered through us.
All dogs are UTD on shots, neutered, micro-chipped.
Home visits and vet checks/references are required as are follow up visits and signed adoption contracts.
All dogs are to be returned for whatever reason and NEVER given away/sold/dropped off or disposed of.
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For those that don’t know the entire story. Out hearts are still breaking but we felt the need to share and why we will be setting up a fund for another deserving animal in this same situation.
China came into the city shelter in fall 2014 years ago as an discarded over-bread mama dog, to the point where her hind legs were damaged. Originally thought to have been hit & never taken care of. The current doctors all concluded think this was due to tying and breeding. She was adopted out in October 2014 and on May 31st of 2016 she was picked up again. We found out her owners had given her to a neighbor who moved and left China behind. China was fending for herself, had infected swollen feet, a large mass, and her leg was in worse shape, going from house to house looking for someone to feed and take care of her.
With the help of K9Orphans, China was sprung from the shelter on June 13, 2016 after her 10 day hold. We immediately got China to our vet in hope of healing her and finding her final retirement home. Her feet were healed and had the mass removed. It was deemed mammary carcinoma with lymphatic invasion. Although the prognosis was not good, 4 months without chemo, 6-12 if it took, the rest of her showed in good shape, we went ahead with the chemo.
Unfortunately her lungs and heart were not in good shape, due to years of neglect and over breeding. She passed away due to fluid in her lungs & her heart giving out, Sept 12, 2016. She was shown the love & care during her 3 months that she missed in her 8 1/2 years prior.
We are deeply moved by all the donations from change, bottles/cans, auction items, monetary, toys, supplements, food, general support from the animal loving community. We thank each and every one of you from the bottom of our hearts. And as devastated as we are, we know she would want us to do this for someone else. Stay tuned for #ChinaMemory.