Helping death-row, abused, and neglected dogs find forever homes. We do not discriminate by breed, age or special needs. As long as we’re capable of helping out, we will never say no!
UPDATE: We’re very happy to share that Telly has found his loving forever home! This lucky boy is now living the good life and we couldn’t be happier! Enjoy your life Telly!
“Hi Melody,We just got home with our little boy! He is doing great and just adorable as ever. He is so friendly and doesn’t seem to meet a stranger 🙂 It’s going great! What a sweet little boy, he has an adorable personality, and a wonderful temperament 🙂 Thank you again for everything! -Lindsay & Amanda”
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Age: 3.5 months old
Breed: Lab/FMD mix
Dogs: Good with dogs
Cats: Good with cats
Kids: Good with kids
Housebroken: Puppy pad trained
Crate trained: Yes
Leash: Good on leash
Brief Bio: Meet Telly! Telly was found as a stray puppy wandering around all alone in a park. He was such a sweet puppy and went up to everyone at the park but no one was kind enough to help him. He stayed at the park patiently. A kind student was at the park with her friend and didn’t have the heart to leave him alone. She brought Telly home and her family was really upset as they are not financially sound to keep him. The student posted his story on Facebook hoping to find him a loving home. Weeks went by and still no hope. Her family suggested her to put Telly back to the park where he will continue his homeless life. Telly’s foster mom heard his story and immediately drove to the student’s home and brought him back to her home filled with love and proper care. Telly was so hungry and it was heartbreaking to see. Telly is doing extremely well in his foster home. He greets everyone with wagging tails and will jump and kiss you. He has so much love to give and will make a good family dog. Please give him a chance and grow up safe and happy. Telly is patiently waiting!
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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.