These are the dogs who crossed over the rainbow bridge and left paw prints on our hearts. We are grateful we were able to give them a home and show them the love of a family.
Our first special needs senior rescue, and the handsome face from our logo. We consider our adoption of Chester a success, as had cancer and terrible arthritis and was only given months to live. Chester lived for two years as a part of our family. He was about 10 years old and had spent over 8 years in a shelter. We are eternally grateful to have been able to love him for the last two years of his life and have dedicated our work with this sanctuary in his memory.
Our sweet girl, Mackie was a deaf pitbull with terrible arthritis. She was roughly 10 years old and also lived most of her life in a shelter. We got to love her for the last two years of her life.
Little Buddy was a deaf stroke survivor who was found abandoned in a backyard. We adopted him in October 2016 and he passed away February 2019. He was 13 years old.
Miss Ripley was a beautiful and loving 15 year old hound mix with renal failure. We adopted her June 19, 2020 and she passed away in Todd's arms July 2, 2020. We only a few sweet weeks with this angel, but we're lucky she got to spend her last days cuddled up with us and the rest of the dogs, instead of alone on a cold concrete floor in the shelter.
Clyde was Anna & Todd's first dog together and was with them from December 14th 2005, through 3 living spaces, before engagement and 15 wonderful years up until January 27th 2021. Clyde passed suddenly and we believe it was either some sort of cancer or his rare blood disorder finally took his life. He as the OG. He will live on in our hearts & memories forever.