Success Stories

LIL BIT

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 Lil Bit was surrendered by his owner/family because they could no longer care for him. He is about 3 yrs old and loves kisses and cuddling. He is a very sweet, very laid back and was at the shelter a few weeks before finding his DREAM family. 

SOPHIE

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 A success story and happy ending for Sophie. She came to us needing a home and she has hit the jackpot with Kit. Congratulations to you both! As you see, she's very comfortable in her new chair! 

BLU

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 This is Blu (formerly Blueberry) in his new home in Lexington, KY. He was found abandoned on the side of the road and taken to the shelter as a stray. When no one claimed him he was adopted by his new 'person' and has quickly became accustomed to his daily bicycle runs and evening flavor ice. A gentle and affectionate Pitbull, Blu is great with kids and loves to cuddle. 

MITTENS

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 This little guy came in with a very mangled leg. Everyone that met him loved him because he was so affectionate and playful. A lady named Kathy in Maryland that cross posts our pets on Face Book put out a plea to raise money for his amputation operation. She raised enough money to pay for all his vetting. These are photos right after his surgery. He was at the office for several months before he picked out his person. There was a young lady that would come in and play with him. Any time she came in he would run to her and she would pick him up and snuggle. He was about 10 months old when she adopted him. By then he was a large boy about 11 pounds. His amputation never slowed him down at all. 

SLICK

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 This is Slick (now Stonewall) in his new home in Shelbyville, KY. He now has a 1 acre fenced yard to run in with his new greyhound buddies (that also came from Mercer Co. a few years ago). The family that adopted him worked with the Shamrock Greyhound rescue and are very knowledgeable about Greyhounds. They have also previously had a blind dog and know about that too. Stonewall has now visited the Canine Ophthalmologist in Cincinnati, OH. They have determined his vision can't be improved. Unfortunately the condition will progress and he will eventually lose the light and shadow vision he has. He is on treatment to slow that progression. We are so thrilled that this sweet boy has found such a wonderful family that is giving him all the things he deserves. 

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