Thank You DelleBovi Family!
‘We would like to give our last name DelleBovi for the new batch of rescues. Our reason for donating is simple, we love animals and recognized there were many that needed to be rescued from a life they did not choose. Adopting our dog Lexi (formerly Dinah Hoosier) on January 14th 2017 through Joyful Rescues has been an eye opening experience. The dedication and passion from the staff is remarkable to say the least. After losing our American Eskimo dog Nikki, our companion for 15 years the house felt empty and we decided to rescue and change a life. Lexi ran high-speed into our lives giving us love, companionship, and laughter every day which is priceless. We hope our donation helps to unite a dog in need with a family willing to go on a journey.’ Carol and Mark DelleB
Flynn Flat Bread was born about October 4, 2014 and weighs about 22 lbs. He is as cute as they come and has just been released from his puppy making days in a puppy mill in West Virginia. The ‘millers’ made a call to the humane society and said they no longer needed the services of 29 dogs and would they take them. The shelter is a kill shelter due to space and could not handle so many dogs and so they asked if we would take them. How could we not! So, we squeezed and adjusted and were able to take them all and they are doing wonderfully. Still shy, some more than others, and will need house training. Some of their teeth were just horrendous and we will be have them cleaned once, but please understand that when teeth, in these small dogs, have been neglected this badly another cleaning or two is likely in the not so distant future. We love to rescue mill dogs as when you see them turn that corner and decide that they LOVE you, the human, you can see the sparkle in their eyes and it brings tears to our eyes. He is wonderful with the other dogs. From Dr. Rasnake: There is mild pegmentary keratitis which is likely from hair rubbing on the surface of the eye. This condition may be the result of improper hygeine/grooming. His future family will need to be diligent to keep hair cut short around his eyes so this does not worsen. He still can see, but there is some cloudiness.
The Adoption Fee for this dog is $300.00.
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Shelter Name: Joyful Rescues, Inc.
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