Remember Cricket? Now her name is Zoe and she sent us this video in honor of Spring. This makes our hearts sing and this is why we foster. Zoe has the best life ever. She survived a crippling birth defect, floods in south Texas and a lonely existence. She's now a happy, active dog in a loving forever home but she'll always be our little Blue Dog. We love you Zoe and Happy Spring!
Look how sweet former Blue Dog Jack is with his new feline family members. Adorable!
One more visit from the special weekend spent at the Round Rock Chalk Walk. Thank you Sheila Fox and all the Blue Dog Volunteers who helped create this masterpiece. The Blue Dogs send wags and hugs. www.bluedogrescue.com/donate Thanks to Impact Community Newspaper for including Blue Dog Rescue again this year. http://roundrockarts.org/chalk-walk/
Part of what makes our Blue Dog Rescue folks so special is how far they will go to help a dog in need. Take Ringo for example. He was an owner surrender in the small rural Pleasanton Animal Shelter. He had a back problem of some sort and his family could not afford to take care of him. He was in obvious pain and could barely pull himself over to the water bowl much less get out of the way when the...
Catch those waves Sal. This was his first trip to see the ocean (S. California). He is so cute. What a fun life for him!!!
Sweet Leesa Rae spent over a year searching for her forever home...now it looks like she has found it. It's moments like these that make us all remember why we do what we do.
Who says you can't teach a rescue dog new tricks? Not us! Our rescues love learning new skills and manners while they wait for their forever homes. http://www.bluedogrescue.com/get-involved/foster/
GIZMO is now allowed to take a few steps each day! Looks like a healing, happy dog is having a good time. "Look Mom, I can do it!" Keep up the good work Gizmo. We'll be checking in on you again. Blue Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, funded by donations, fundraisers, and adoption fees. All donations are Federal Tax deductible. http://www.bluedogrescue.com/get-involved/
Precious little Gizmo's water therapy to help strengthen the muscles and stimulate the nerves that were damaged in his back toes. He went twice a week and did home exercises daily in between. You go Gizmo! Blue Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, funded by donations, fundraisers, and adoption fees. All donations are Federal Tax deductible. http://www.bluedogrescue.com/get-involved/
It's great to be a Blue Dog Rescue!!