Connor and Millie’s Dog Rescue CMDR
Connor and Millie’s Dog Rescue CMDR
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TULLY IS HOME!!!
She was spotted by a kind woman in Mesa Park who called Jonathan and Tully somehow ended up close enough to be captured.
We are beside ourselves with gratitude for the incredible team of volunteers who have rallied to help us lead Tully home.
What a day!
What a blessing!
Prayers Up! Paws Up! Tully is home!
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Hi..our small black with white markings terrier is missing..his name is Martini..he’s spayed and has no collar, but is microchipped..he’s approximately 6lbs.
We adopted him from Animal Foundation 2 yrs ago. Was last seen in Henderson near boulder and galleria..thank you. Beth 702-624-3519
My cat Lund Got out of my house on 01/28/15 sometime between 5pm and 9pm in the pebble canyon estates on McLeod and pebble. He is an unneutered male black ghost tabby. He responds to meow meow or kitty. He has never been outside as we just got him so I’m really worried about him. Reward for his safe return. Please contact me if you spot him, he has no collar and yellow eyes. Tania- 702-477-9166
Hello Facebook Friends and Acquaintance;
I am doing a plea for everyone to please be on the lookout for this puppy. Please pass this picture around. Thank you and God Bless
My daughter and her children had their precious chihuahua mix taken. She somehow got out of the apartment and was picked up by a group of Hispanic people. There were approximately 10 to 15 of them. There were 3 vehicles. And 2 of them were under repair and parked between Crestwood n Rebel and the Manor Suites.( Las Vegas Blvd So and Warm Springs in Las Vegas Nevada between 4:00 pm and 6:30 pm on Wednesday 7/23/2014 ) They repaired an alternator and spark plugs. The vehicles had California Plates. There were 2 cars and an suv. Two of the vehicles were white cars possibly and one might have been a honda. and the suv was green. The gas station attendant saw 3 young females all in black clothing. one of which was holding her. These young girls were children of the large group that was there. The attendant saw them come in and purchase stuff with cash. The girls then returned to the large group that was working on the cars.
The puppy is tan with black fur. Her fur is short. She is approximately
5 -8 lbs. She is 2-3 months of age. She is wearing a pink collar with a rhinestone heart in the middle of the collar.
We got her to help my daughter and grandchildren though a difficult time. She is being used has a therapy dog.
Please help us locate her. She is desperately missed. We are asking that you please please return her no questions asked. We hope that she is being well taken care of. If found please answer to this post and we will give you our number. If need be we will come to you an get her.
please call 7022719502 if you no anything
Please call Chris at show contact info if you have any info. PLEASE!!
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My name is Odin. I am an approximately 3 year old cattle dog/terrier mix. I was rescued as a very young (about 8 week old) puppy on death row in Clovis New Mexico’s animal shelter. I kind of tricked my people because I seemed and looked older but they quickly figured out my age when I started losing puppy teeth and the vet confirmed I wasn’t more than a couple months old. I have lived with my family since September of 2011. They believe I was born in July 2011. My people were really curious about what type of mix I am so they ran one of those doggie DNA tests on my. The results were comical. Evidently according to DNA I am predominately a mix of weimaraner, Manchester terrier, basset hound, and mixed breed. I look like a cattle dog mix but act like a Manchester terrier in a lot of way. Only, I weigh about 60 pounds. I love to play, cuddle, run, chase balls, wrestle with my furry sisters, and learn tricks. I am very trainable although sometimes I forget my manners when I am being introduced to new people and dogs. I am highly selective when it comes to other dogs and do best with female dogs my size or larger and I tend to try to push other dogs around but am fairly easily put into my place by alphas who don’t back down to my challenges. I don’t really care for small children, they scare me with their quick movements and loud noises. In fact, the tiny dictator who has been living in my home the past year is really making my life miserable. I sometimes run to my crate when he makes me nervous but I’ve started to growl at him increasingly and I even snapped at him once which made my people really nervous. They keep saying it isn’t a safe situation for me or the baby. They have tried to train me to go to my crate when I am not in the mood to deal with the loud little creature and I often do because the baby doesn’t follow me there but I am just not getting the hang of it. I love my people and I listen pretty well especially when they work with me diligently. I’m super smart and protective. I need to work on my new people skills but I do best greeting new people after I have had a chance to calm down. I could definitely use more training in this area but my people haven’t been able to do as much as they would like. I don’t really want to leave my home or my people but I don’t think this is working since this little baby isn’t going anywhere and I hear another one is on the way. I’ve had basic obedience training and I am crate trained and leash trained (I even do well off leash). I would love a home with no children or teenage children only. An active person, who would take me for walks, runs, and outings would be ideal because I do love to play and have quite a bit of energy. I am completely house trained, don’t mark or chew, love to shadow my people, and really love praise and attention. I am a dog-lovers dog! If you are interested in meeting me or knowing more about me please email my people at email@example.com . My people really love me and are very concerned for my future so they will require full screening and an adoption fee to help ensure I do not end up in a worse situation.
Maci is a 4 yr old (5 in November) Basenji mix we adopted her from a pound back in California back in April of 2010. She is a timid dog at times but she too we had before having children and she has also adapted well with our growing family. She is a loving, people pleasing dog, who loves to cuddle and kiss as much as you let her. She is kennel and house trained. She is a great jogging buddy and loves being outside and playing in the water. She is spayed, micro-chipped and up to date on her shots.
They all are on Natural Balance Sweet Potato and Fish formula.
I am really hoping you can help or direct me to someone to help us find a new loving home for our dogs they are part of my family and I just want what is best for them and living a lot of their day in their kennels isn’t how dogs need to be living. I currently have them in the house but blocked off from my daughter to keep her healthy right now.
You can contact me here through my email or call me at 916.769.6886
Thank you and hope to hear from you soon,
Jolena Williams firstname.lastname@example.org