No one said it would be easy, they only said it would be worth it.
Meet Phoenix! Phoenix was found and rescued by one of our rescuers Wendy on her vacation in Taiwan. On 10/30/15 she saw a skinny dog wagging her tail eagerly seeking attention from everyone who passed by her. Phoenix was very hungry and begging for food hoping for some scrapes. Wendy approached her and could not hold back her tears when she saw the obvious abuse this poor girl had been through; 2/3 of her ears were cut off and there are big scars on her back. Regardless of what poor Phoenix went through she is still very sweet and friendly to strangers. Wendy could not leave knowing that this poor girl has been through. Thankfully they were able to get Phoenix off the streets and to the vet for a full check up. Phoenix had a lot of old wounds and recent ones as well but was able to make a full recovery and is now in foster care. Phoenix is a wonderful girl with a great temperament. She is friendly with dogs, cats, adores people and loves kids. We are looking for a home that will continue to show Phoenix what it means to be in a family. Phoenix is patiently waiting!
Hi! We are so happy Phoenix is a part of our family. When we first brought her home she was very calm, she was hesitant to ride in the car and she was a little nervous going on a walk. After almost two weeks of living with us her puppy personality has come out. She loves to play with toys and race around the backyard with my boys. She is also very sweet and is becoming more affectionate. When my kids go to bed, Phoenix will go sleep in their bedroom. She jumps right in the car when it is time to take my son to school and pick him up from school. She follows me around the house during the day and will sit on the couch next to me in the evenings. We love having her in our lives. Thank you so much. -Kjerstein
If you have extra time on your hand and would like to help please consider volunteering! Rescue groups need dedicated volunteers to help with events, fundraisers, home checks, transports, etc. All of these things help enable the rescue to expand their network and help more dogs in need.