I wish to say thank you to the people that picked me up in Riverside Ca. I was lost and sad. Those folks called Lone Woof Rescue in Nevada and the Dog Father, JD came and picked me up.
Thank you to JD for getting me and taking me to a safe and happy place.
Then a wonderful lady named Hila took me to her house and cared for me. Thank you, Hila for caring and loving me.
People don't realize the love, time and medical care that goes into a cast out dog. But I do!
This is from Hila, the sweet lady that was my foster mom: Every dog is special but Heidi was truly one of a kind. Heidi never had a forever family but she was forever a part of our LWR family. She made every day better by making us laugh with her quirky personality.
We went on many adventures together. Thank you Heidi for letting us love you and showing us what true love was.
We will miss our adventures and swimming together We always love you!
So as I get my wings to go to the dog yard in the sky, I say THANK YOU to all that loved and cared for me.
Thank you Lone Woof Rescue!
Hi, my name is Chauncey. I came with Kiki and have met a new friend named Carla. We all get along well. You could adopt me and Kiki, or me, Kiki and Carla. Please call JD at 702-493-6399. I am special!
This is my come give me a belly rub look. Ah, come on lol. I am Kiki. Call about adopting me or fostering me and Chauncy. I am lovie! Cant you tell?
Good morning! I am calm and well behaved. I love Kiki and Chauncey and I love all other dogs too. Call or text about adopting or fostering me. 702-493-6399
You will be glad you did!
A dog can be rescued by being identified as abandoned or surrendered. In most cases there is no way of knowing the medical or behavioral history.
Evaluations must begin.
Observation and interaction begin immediately between the rescue and people, as well as, other dogs and critters.
Every dog starts with a visit to a veterinarian for a full physical.
All shots are brought current, and any issues are dealt with.
In some cases, a dog might act out in some manner and a keen evaluator will recognize it is a medical issue. Once identified and verified by the vet a remedy can occur.
Once a dog is cleared for adoption the search begins for a perfect forever home.
Those interested in adopting must fill out an application and submit it to the Board. If approved a meet and greet is arranged between the prospective dog and family.
If the meeting goes well a visit to the family's home is next. When all pieces are in place the adopted dog is transported to the adopting family. Then there is the happily ever after!
Sometimes during the evaluations there are behavioral or medical issues that must be taken into consideration.
There are special people that don't mind special conditions and if they are aware a happy pup has a happy home.
Any humans that are interested in adopting a LWR dog must fill out an application.!
Each of these steps takes time and trained professionals to insure a safe and healthy dog for you and your family to adopt.
Doctor visits cost a great deal.
Help with a donation to LWR. Zelle to 702-493-6399 or PayPal to Lone Woof Rescue.
This is where we started, overweight but lovie. As you see from above, we are still lovie but much improved.
I love to go on rides with you. I am very well behaved. I will listen to you and keep you company.
I am ready to be trained.
Lets do things together!
Call the Dog Father at 702-493-6399.
I am about 10 years old. All my shots are up to date. I am available for adoption. I was abandoned but saved by a wonderful lady named Hila. If you are interested in meeting me please let LWR know.
Amber does a wonderful job and will treat your fur person with respect. Go see her and tell her you saw it here!
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