Monday, March 25, 2013

EXTREMELY **URGENT NEED OF FUNDS TO KEEP 3 ROTTIES SAFE **PLEASE HELP!



EXTREMELY **URGENT NEED OF FUNDS TO KEEP 3 ROTTIES SAFE **PLEASE HELP!

AJAX, RAINER & PRINCE WERE SAVED FROM BEING KILLED IN SO CAL SHELTERS.

PLEASE HELP WONDERFUL ROTTWEILER RESCUER Mary Ann Martorana ,

KEEP THESE 3 AMAZING ROTTIES VETTED & SAFE UNTIL FOSTERS/HOMES CAN BE FOUND.


Ajax has a FundRazr here:
https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/0Sqpc

Rainer has a FundRazr here:
https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/3Sqy0

Prince has a FundRazr here:
https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/6Sqt6

 

Sacramento & San Fernando CA: Urgent! No offers! RE: Three Rottweilers in boarding need placements & boarding funds

Contact Mary Ann Martorana in Sacramento at  916-613-6825 regarding these three dogs. Her email address is:  macdon1@copper.net (copper.net) 
 
Mary wrote:
Ok everybody I have three Rotties in boarding now that need forever homes. Ajax is here in Sacramento and the other two are still in Southern California with Milan at Top Dog. Rainer has also proven to be unfriendly towards other dogs despite his easy going personality so he can't stay here with us. Same problem with Ajax. Prince is still recovering from being very sick and seriously underweight. Here they are. 

Ajax is being boarded in Sacramento and is looking much better than when he was impounded at Baldwin facility in Los Angeles County
Ajax when he was impounded in Los Angeles County facility 
Prince came out of the shelter very ill and 20 lbs underweight. He got good grades on his temp test and is now recovered and ready for a forever home. He is in boarding at Milan's Top Dog  in Southern California. Transport no problem. Please contact Mary Ann 916-613-6825
Prince has a FundRazr here:
https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/6Sqt6


 Above is Ajax' photo in the kill shelter where he was called Rocky or Lucky - Baldwin facility of Los Angeles County - http://pinterest.com/pin/1055599884941963/)
Ajax (below) being boarded in Sacramento.
 
Ajax is being boarded at Best Friends Pet Care Center in Carmichael CA (Sacramento area)
Ajax has a FundRazr here:
https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/0Sqpc



Rainer is at Milan's Top Dog in the Los Angeles area
Rainer has a FundRazr here:
https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/3Sqy0

International Wolf Center 22 March 2013 - A Year in Review

It is with great excitement that we celebrate the one-year birthday of the newest additions to the International Wolf Center's ambassador wolf pack: Boltz and Luna! 

International Wolf Center 22 March 2013 - A Year in Review

International Wolf Center 22 March 2013 
A Year in Review
Born on March 17 and March 25, 2012, respectively, Boltz and Luna have transitioned very nicely into the pack with the other ambassador wolves. Most of you will recall that these pups were born earlier than any other wolves we've had at the Center; Aidan, Denali, Grizzer, Shadow and Malik will be celebrating their birthdays in April.

For a highlight summary of the pups' first year, I invite you to enjoy this latest Wolf Video from wolf curator Lori Schmidt, "A Year in Review".

If you would like to make a gift to support Wolf Care in honor of Boltz and Luna's first year, you may do so on our Web site.

Please join us in wishing Boltz and Luna a happy first birthday! Thank you for your support of the International Wolf Center!

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

LIVING ON CHAINS 24/7 **PLEASE SHARE/PLEDGE** Pensacola, FL

SOS!! LIVING ON CHAINS 24/7 **PLEASE SHARE/PLEDGE** Pensacola, FL
~ Poor Baby! Shy, Scared Female Catahoula 1 Yr. ~ *FOAF* - #A243976. ►The Animal Control Officer that rescued her says the dog is very sweet! Dog and 2 other dogs had been LIVING ON CHAINS 24/7;Taken by AC. She Needs a Rescue to Help Them. They're at Escambia Co. Animal Services 850-595-3075.
If you can help her, contact Mickey Tener, Volunteer Rescue Coordinator.
Email: introublewithhubby@yahoo.com
850-937-0140 home/850-748-9381 cell.
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Pensacola, FL ~ Poor Baby! Shy, Scared Female Jack Russell Terrier Mix About 1 Yr. Old ~ ID#A243974. She and 2 other dogs had been living on chains 24/7. She Needs a Rescue to Help Her. She's at Escambia Co. Animal Services 850-595-3075. If you can help her, please contact Mickey Tener, Volunteer Rescue Coordinator. Email: introublewithhubby@yahoo.com
850-937-0140 home/850-748-9381 cell.
♥ Please Share. Thanks! ♥

http://www.petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=ESCM.A243974
 
Pensacola, FL ~ Poor Baby! Shy, Scared Female Jack Russell Terrier Mix About 2 Yrs. Old ~ *DAYLIGHT* ID#A243975. •••••►This dog and 2 other dogs had been LIVING ON CHAINS 24/7;Taken by Animal Control. She Needs a Rescue to Help Her. She's at Escambia Co. Animal Services 850-595-3075. If you can help her, please contact Mickey Tener, Volunteer Rescue Coordinator. Email: introublewithhubby@yahoo.com. 850-937-0140 home/850-748-9381 cell.
♥ Please Share. Thanks! ♥
http://www.petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=ESCM.A243975

 

Friday, March 15, 2013

Protect Wolves in California

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Protect Wolves in California

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The arrival of California's first confirmed wild wolf in nearly 90 years poses an incredible opportunity to recover a native species. But wolves returning to this state face threats to their survival.
Elected officials in counties where OR-7 was traveling have said they think wolves should be shot on sight; and they have asked the state wildlife agency to oppose legal protections for wolves.
Members of the public have also made threats against wolves in response to online news articles, including threats to shoot, shovel and shut up. But with legal protection under the California Endangered Species Act, wolves can and will return to California.

Please help us ensure that these beautiful animals are legally protected in the Golden State by
sending an email to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to ensure crucial information about wolves is included in its final report and to urge it to list gray wolves under the California Endangered Species Act.

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Hero Pit Bull Helps Find Elderly NJ Woman Who Wandered From Home « CBS New York

EXCLUSIVE: Hero Pit Bull Helps Find Elderly N.J. Woman Lost In The Woods

Dog Leads Owner To 89-Year-Old Dementia Patient Who Wandered From Home

MARTINSVILLE, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – An elderly New Jersey woman is safe thanks to a heroic dog.
The woman had been outside in the cold for hours when the quick-thinking canine found her. For 2-year-old “Creature,” it proved to be a life-saving discovery.
Like any other night, the pit bull had to go out to take care of business Thursday.
But within minutes, the dog’s owner said she knew something was wrong when Creature pulled her outside.
“When I brought her back outside, back to the same spot, heard the stick again cracking and that’s when she took off again barking,” dog owner Cara Jones told CBS 2′s Christine Sloan.
“Creature” had come across Carmen Mitchell, who suffers from dementia. Mitchell was laying in the woods about a half a mile away from her Piscataway home.
“I saw a hand pop up to block the flashlight,” Jones said. “I saw she had mud on her, she was barefoot and I grabbed the dog to bring her back inside.”
Mitchell’s caretaker had just turned her back for a second when the 89-year-old made her way out the front door.
“Words can’t even explain how I was feeling last night,” caretaker Rochelle Mason said.
The elderly woman’s daughter, Christine Mitchell, said she was worried sick.
"Creature" the Pit Bull (credit: CBS 2)
“Had no coat on, no shoes on and she just took off. We [drove] everywhere, we couldn’t find her,” she said. “Very scared, I lost my voice when they told me they found her.”
Mitchell was in the cold for eight hours Thursday night. Had it not been for Creature’s keen sense of smell, the result could have been tragic.
The heroic efforts of the pit bull are just a clear example of how smart dogs really are.
“They do get a bad rap. You’re always seeing them on the news,” Jones said of the pit bull breed. “It breaks my heart because there are so many dogs who don’t get a chance to be seen or heard, to tell their own story.”
Carmen Mitchell was taken to the hospital and treated for hypothermia. Her daughter said she can’t wait to meet “Creature” and her owner.

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