Jessee came to us paralyzed after an injury. He has no bladder control and needs to be expressed manually. However, we are not giving up hope, and will start therapy soon!
Lipton is a yorkie mix puppy who arrived with some neurological issues. He has started treatment and has shown some promising first steps.
China found herself homeless after her owner moved.
Journee was used for breeding. After needing an emergency c-section the breeder no longer had use for her, and she found her way to us.
A blind yorkie suffering from seizures.
An eleventh hour rescue saved from an owner who wanted to drown her with a cinder block.
A very shy and timid puppy mill survivor, Oakley came to us with a badly infected mouth. Most of his teeth had to be pulled.
Senior with behavioral issues (Peanut
is a biter), dumped at a kill shelter with
A little yorkie girl who was dumped by her breeder because she never went into heat and wasn't making him any money.
Willow spent her life locked in the
bathroom when her daddy passed
away, and her mom needed to work long hours.
Riley was found as a stray, and ended up at the shelter, where no one came to claim him. When his time was up, he moved to safety at our sanctuary.
Dazie Mae was saved from a life of breeding.
Little Pocket escaped a breeder situations and learned to live life as a puppy.
Jovee is a former breeder dog. During
her spay, two large tumors were discovered in her reproductive system.
When Spencer arrived at the sanctuary, he was so stressed, he self-mutilated.
Mandee was seized after another
dog in the same household almost became lunch for the resident snake.
JR found himself homeless after Hurricane Sandy destroyed the shed he was living in. He was supposed to spend his life as a breeder dog.
Maycee arrived at the sanctuary with breathing problems. She escaped life as a breeder dog.
Mason arrived at the sanctuary with behavioral issues. He is a fear biter.
Luckee was a former breeder dog who was injured when someone picked him up by the head. He arrived with infected eyes, an infected jaw, and an injured neck.
Mollee escaped life as a breeder dog.
He was an owner surrender when he became paralyzed, and they contacted us to take him.
Vallee is a chiweenie surrendered by another rescue who gave up on her and were going to put her to sleep. She is a fear biter and doing AWESOME here!
Meet Cruze. Cruze was found wandering the streets in North Carolina. No one came looking for him and his time was up at the shelter. He found safety with us.
This little gem was thrown out like trash. Her owners put her out as she out grew the cute kitten stage. When Meadow was picked up by animal control she was so thin that she could not stand up on her own. They didn't think she would make it. But here she is one year later.
The following fur babies aren't at our PA sanctuary, but at one of our permanent foster homes, where they will live out their remaining years.
This sweet senior was dumped at a shelter with his elderly brother Derby when their owner was no longer able to take care of them.
Hannah is an elderly senior whose parents had to move, and as so often happens, Hannah couldn't go along. But now she's with our wonderful foster Mom Janet in New York.
Rufus' owner died and family members tried to care for him until they got the news that they themselves had a terminal illness. They hated to surrender him, but knew it was the best option for Rufus. He's now in New York with Hannah.