RESCUE DOGS AVAILABLE TO APPROVED HOMES
Websites to visit for Current Rescues available and contact information:

Alabama RescueTennesse  Rescue
CA/ CIGAR Rescue Midwest RescueIG  SafehouseFlorida Rescue
TEXAS RescueNC  RescueWest Pennsylvania W-PA/N-OH Rescue
Western States RescueIndiana  RescueNew Jersey  RescueIGCA  Rescue
CT  RescueAZ   RescueColorado  RescueMichigan  RescueCarolina RescueSt. Louis MO RescueIllinois  Rescue


ADOPTED!
Justin was picked up as a stray and brought to a local area vet office.   No known history on this boy.  He was advertised for three weeks with no one inquiring on him.   We settled on the name Justin by accident - he seemed to respond the best to it.   He is an outgoing boy - approximately 10 to 13 months old.  Neutered, up to date on shots, and HW negative.  He will be microchipped prior to placement.   Outstanding personality on this boy.  Seems to be housetrained, crate trained.  Gets along well with dogs, adores children and is very outgoing.   If you are interested in adopting him, contact ALABAMA Rescue - just use the link above!

ADOPTED!
"Bella"
.   She left at a kill shelter in their overnight drop pen.  How she survived freezing temperatures and 3 Pitbulls in the same pen is amazing.    She has been given her shots, wormed, spayed and microchipped.    Estimated age is 2 - 4 years of age.   She's been well fed and cared for in the past.  Loves to cuddle, housetrained, leash trained and affectionate.   She knows several basic commands and tricks:  Sit, Stay, Down, Speak, Shake, Playdead (so far that we've found).  If you are interested in adopting her, please contact ALABAMA Rescue - just use the link above!

Have a IG rescue website and want to list?  Contact me!


DO YOU HAVE A RESCUE IN NEED OF A HOME?   Let me know and I'll be more than happy to post particulars and photos!   The only rules are that if you are not affiliated with a RESCUE group, you must be able to prove that it's a true rescue and not one of your own in need of placement.  I will in certain circumstances make exceptions to this rule.  Feel free to ask!