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|In Memory of the ones we could not save....
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3 pretty American Staffordshire Terriers
Penelope,Pixie and Petunia were all taken to animal control to be
destroyed as an unwanted litter of puppies. They are just babies at 4
They are sweet, cuddly and very deserving of the love a family has to
We think they may get to 60lbs but they will not get very tall.
They are good with other dogs, cats and children.
Sweet Pea is a 6 month old deaf
American Bulldog mix female.
She loves other dogs and kids too.
She even likes cats.
This pretty girl is well behaved and
would make any family a wonderful
Her only flaw is that she cannot hear
and that can easily be managed by
hand signals and the use of lights or
a vibrating collar.
Look at that face...How could you
not fall in love with her?
|Please note: Hope Rescues does NOT take puppies to off site
adoption events in order to keep the puppies from being exposed
to any adult dog diseases.
Only approved applicants will be allowed to set up visits on site.
Cubby is 4 month old Yellow lab who is
missing an eye. He never lets it get to
him and acts just like any other puppy. He
is great with other animals including cats.
He hopes there will be another dog and
maybe some kids in his new home for he
really is a happy fellow when he has
90% house trained too.
Hazel Grace is a 3 month old female Terrier mix. We do not think she
will get over 30lbs when full grown but we cannot honestly tell what all
is in there either.
She is very friendly and social, loves other animals including cats and
She is a doll. She will not be able to go home until October 11th, 2014
but we are accepting applications for her new home now.
9 Beagle mix puppies ready 10-18-2014
A couple months back Hope rescued a scared
little Beagle mix who was left in the country
after being dumped full of puppies. She had to
have an emergency c-section to give birth to all
the puppies she was carrying and while 2 died in
birth there are 9 who survived.
They will be ready to go home 10-18 and we are
taking applications for their adoptions now.
There are only 2 girls and they are marked. The
rest are all boys. We expect them to be no more
than 30 lbs when full grown.
They are all very well socialized and are good
with other animals and children.