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When Potato Chips Pomeranian Rescue heard that Rita’s owners were planning on moving and leaving her behind (a horrible idea, especially during the summer in Arizona), they stepped in and saved her. Rita is a young dog, she is estimated to be a year old. She is a social butterfly, she loves people, other dogs and even cats. She would love an active and loving home where she could could go on car rides and jogging.
Rita is currently up for adoption with Potato Chips Pomeranian Rescue.
Updated @ 7pm 4/9/12 with more info and corrections
Every homeless animal deserves a home, but it’s the seniors that I feel need the most help. Golden years shouldn’t be spent in a shelter or on a euthanasia list. And while I don’t like giving the spotlight to strays simply because of their celebrity connection, this rescue tale needs to be shared. Read the rest of this entry »
The Huffington Post’s local San Francisco section has added a new weekly feature on adoptable pets. Cool! Each week, a group of pets from a different shelter, veterinary center or adoption group is featured on the site. The feature debuted yesterday with a group of cats and dogs from Pets Unlimited. Data up there is leading the pack! Good luck guys. We hope the extra attention will find you a home soon.
Breeder Release Adoption Services (BRAS), is a group of volunteers and fosters who work with dogs from breeding mills in Colorado (with fosters in Arizona and New Mexico). These dedicated people give abused pups veterinary care, rehabilitation and when needed, hospice care.
After the jump are a few of the dogs looking for homes in the Arizona area. Read the rest of this entry »