Reggie, thrown out from a car as a puppy, about a week old, in a trash bag, with 6 other puppies from his litter. Bottle fed by loving volunteers and then adopted by this great family!
Mika came from a breeder who did not find her to be valuable or worth caring for. She was covered with fleas, thin, badly in need of medical care. Now she is healthy and in a wonderful home. Comments follow from her adopter:
thought I would also send photos of Mika. She is still very skittish, but I’ve only had her four months. People say it takes a year for them to forget their past horrors. It’s been a joy working with her to bring her spirit back. Can you believe how beautiful her coat is now, compared to when I adopted her? She is a joy.
Thank you for all you do to better the lives of these innocent animals.
Zappa and Zendal
Elvis (now Moose)
Marisa Plays with Cactus
Marisa came to Pet Allies as a stray, found on the 4th of July, terribly wounded. Neck, leg, eye, all seriously damaged. Dr. Steven Andersen came in on his day off to Pet Allies clinic and did provide surgery for Marisa. She recovered remarkably well, and is seen here playing with puppy Cactus. Cactus is also a survivor, he was found at 6 weeks of age, along side the highway, with mange, emaciated and full of parasites. He is now healthy, and as you can see, very playful. Two survivors, enjoying life. Your donations to Pet Allies make saving lives possible. Thank you.
O.D. in Costume! meet Rudy from Pet Allies
Jill Tinkel hosts Pet Allies Adoption Minute - Sammy
Dakota and Marta, Two Seniors, Adopted Together
Marta and Dakota came to Pet Allies after their owner died. Family members did not feel able to care for two senior large breed dogs. Everyone wanted them to be adopted together, but adopting a senior dog alone is a challenge, and together, would make it more difficult. But thanks to many many shares on Facebook, these two seniors found their retirement home together. Here's a update from their family:
The girls are doing wonderfully, they have settled in very nicely with our pack and I have kept their names Marta & Dakota. They are enjoying our space (all 6 1/4 acreage). Can tell they were "City" dogs all their previous years, funny to watch first time reactions at chickens ( 3 coops) and barking at horses hahaha. They love the freedom of the doggie door (big enough for small pony to go through) :-). In the attached picture the only one missing is our smallest guy "Two Socks" a Wired hair Griffin Terrier, the other male is the collie/cat a hula mix "Heber" aka my Mr. Lovy Dovy Snuggle buddy...rest of pack is females. 4 girls now to the 2 boys. Please share picture and up date with everyone... They are a added joy to our family and so happy to have them.
Much love from our pack to yours,
Monica & Terry Thomas
Jill and OD meet Havasu the puppy
Jill Tinkel and OD Meet Puppy 'Saguaro'
Chance (formerly Crusoe) moved to Michigan
Chance has put on 7 lb since being with me weighs 23 lb now he plays in the snow and here's some pictures (This puppy was adopted from Pet Allies by a family who knew he had medical issues, but he is now very healthy!)
Nylabone sends Free Toys to the shelter
Many thanks to Nylabone for their generous donations of toys to the shelter dogs and cats. They really make a difference. If you would like to donate a toy to a bored shelter pet, these items can be purchased locally or on Amazon