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|08-03-2006, 01:02 PM||#1|
Join Date: May 2006
Location: Central Jersey
YorkieAngel's post to the Why Don't More People Rescue Thread - gave me an idea.....
Can all the wonderful Angel's that run rescue's post some suggestions/hints and any other helpful information for those that are looking and/or considering rescuing a dog? It can be anything - from a brief description on the process - i.e. what to expect - to say suggestions on how to know if a particular organization is a good fit for you to work with when looking to adopt.
Let's see if we can help even just one person to rescue a little one and have it be the right match...an earthly forever home!
|08-05-2006, 05:04 PM||#3|
Senior Yorkie Talker
Join Date: Sep 2004
Location: Goodyear, AZ
Hello I'm with the United Yorkie Rescue and yes we are a little picky about whom we adopt to. here is an example little Toby was first with us last year and fostered in IN the applicant was in AZ I did the home vist and Toby was adopted to them 10 months later they decided they didnt want him anymore (and the poodle they rescued) they said that Toby was food aggressive had bit their 4 year old the night before on his face of course I freaked out and went and picked Toby up right away and didnt see any bite marks on the boys face. That is one example. I have 4 foster babies right now and love them all if you would like to see them go to www.unitedyorkierescue.org all the AZ babies are mine. I will be updating Ariel very soon she has gone in to congistave heart failur and going to the vet once a week but we have not seen any approvement yet.
I have been a foster mom for the UYR for a little over a year now and have 13 very cute little fosters (currently I have 4) my first one I adopted and just had to help across the bridge last month, I also had a forever ours baby Gaston that had cancer and he went to the bridge in May if you would like to see them you could go that website and look on the rainbow bridge page. other then them they have all found wonderful homes and I still get email updates which I love.
ok sorry so long but I love helping these little baby's and I have learned so much from it