Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Young dog looking for loving person(s) to adopt

Emma, the sweet, beautiful dog featured below, is in need of a new home and some new best friends! Her current family loves her very much, but they can no longer afford to care for her due to the current economic situation. If you’re looking for a new companion and have room in your heart and home, please consider adopting Emma. She is healthy and great with dogs, cats, and kids. Emma is located in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

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Help get justice for Karley, a puppy beaten to death!

On Nov 3rd., 2008, Karley got out of HER yard.(speculation is that the susp. MAY have let her out of her yard)  Karley went directly to a neighbors yard.  This neighbor started to walk Karley back to her residence when the susp., GLYNN JOHNSON, an ASSISTANT CHIEF with the LA COUNTY FIRE DEPT. intercepted the neighbor & said that he would take Karley back home.  The original neighbor, who later said that he didn’t have a good feeling about doing this, agreed to let Johnson take her home.  It was in a matter of SECONDS, that Johnson started beating Karley with his CLOSED FISTS.  When the original neighbor saw this, he ran down his driveway to Johnsons yard to stop the beating.  Before he could get there, Johnson was witnessed PRYING Karley’s mouth open.  By doing this, he BROKE her jaw.  He then grabbed a LARGE ROCK & started beating Karley over the head with it.  The other neighbor was able to distract Johnson long enough for Karley to escape.  Karley then ran & hid under a bush.  Karley had the WILL to live but her injuries were BEYOND repairable.  She had a crushed skull, broken jaw, swelling of the brain & more.  Karley had to make her journey to the Rainbow Bridge. 

The suspect later went to the hospital, CLAIMING that he was ATTACKED by Karley.  He had bite wounds to his thumb.  He later called his supervisor to tell him what had taken place…that he had to kill his neighbors dog because he had been attacked. 

To this date, Johnson has REFUSED to cooperate with Riverside, Ca. Sheriff’s Dept.  To this date, Johnson is STILL with the LA County Fire Dept. As of this date, Johnson is on PAID ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE.

We are asking for signatures in order to get this suspect charged with the BRUTAL killing of his neighbors dog, Karley.
 
We are also asking that you write to the Riverside District Attorney.  Here’s that information:  CHUCK HUGHES, Riverside County DA…4075 Main St….Riverside, Ca.  92501

Please visit Karley’s website created by her owners: http://justice4karley.com/index.html
 
Please do what you can to help.  And PLEASE, PASS THIS PETITION ON TO YOUR FRIENDS.  We need all the signatures we can get: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/justice-4-Karle

On behalf of KARLEY, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.  Karley may be gone, but she WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.  Karley, you are loved to the moon & back.

Thank you

 

Canton, GA – Young Lab dog needs rescue/adopt TODAY Nov. 17!

This adorable guy will be euthanized if he is not adopted or rescued by 5:00 p.m. TODAY Monday November 17. His time was supposed to be up last Friday, but he made it through until today. Individuals or families can adopt him or he can be pulled by a rescue organization.

The pup’s name is Chapman. He’s a young (around 1 year old), male, Labrador Retriever. He weighs 70 lbs and is very strong! He’s also very loving, energetic, and friendly. He has been vaccinated, Heartworm tested, has had an initial flea/tick preventative, and will be spayed or neutered & microchipped upon adoption.

Please pass this info on to anyone you know that might be able to help Chapman!

If you are interested in adopting or rescuing Chapman, please contact the Cherokee County Animal Shelter at SDCALDWELL@CHEROKEEGA.COM and/or 770-345-7270 opt. #2.

An employee from the shelter has been emailing this dog all over the place. He is obviously special and everyone would love to see him get a home. Please email LMMartin@Cherokeega.com as well as contacting the email and number above.

The shelter is only open until 5 p.m.!

York, PA – Australian Cattle Dog looking for new owner/foster with plenty of time to spare!

This is Bubba, a 1.5 year old Australian Cattle Dog mix. Sadly, his owner no longer has time to care for him. He has to be put in the kennel every weekend. The owner loves this dog and does not want to give Bubba to a new family, but she knows it is what’s best for him. Please consider giving Bubba a chance and do not dwell on the reasons why his owner is parting with him; it is not Bubba’s fault. Bubba is located in York, Pennsylvania. He is very loving and well behaved. Bubba is not neutered, but he is up to date on shots. He has no medical conditions. His owner takes him to the dog park, where he gets along with the other dogs. Bubba is also very friendly with children, although he is so full of love that he will sometimes jump on people to give them “hugs.” This is not aggression, simply excitement, friendliness, and love. He is even-tempered, does not bark at people, and does not react when someone tries to take his food.

Bubba’s owner is willing to transport Bubba up to two hours from York, PA. This means that you do not have to live near Bubba to adopt him! You could also meet the owner half way if you so wished, meaning you could live over 400 miles away and still make this loving guy part of your family!

The adoption fee is $50.00. This inclued Bubba and his crate.

The owner is also possibly looking for a foster family to take Bubba until an adoptive family can be found. She wants him to be able to have love and attention until a family can be found. She might be forced to take him to a shelter if nobody steps up soon, so a foster family would be a saving grace! The owner is will pay for Bubba’s food, care, and medical expenses while he is with a foster person/family.

If you are interested in adopting or fostering Bubba, please email me at afurryfriend@gmail.com ASAP!

 

Coweta County/Newnan, GA – Loving dog needs immediate new home!

 UPDATE: THIS DOG WAS RESCUED! CLICK THE WEBSITE LINK BELOW TO FIND CONTACT INFO FOR THE COWETA COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN FINDING OUT WHAT RESCUE THIS DOG IS LOCATED AT!

Please visit the Coweta County Animal Control WEBSITE to view the other large number of animals that are looking for homes or rescues and can be euthanized any time now (to view animals, click on “URGENT…” buttons on left-hand menu bar)

Divide, CO – Blind dog needs loving home!

Shamrock:

Shamrock (aka Ziggy) is a male pit bull terrier/dalmatian mix. He is about 10-11 months old. Shamrock is deaf, but this does not stop him from being a wonderful dog. He loves other dogs and seems to adore people even more. He loves to cuddle! As you can tell by the pictures, he’s a very handsome boy. He’s crate trained. He needs to be neutered before he goes to his new home. He is up to date on shots. Shamrock would do best in a home with another hearing dog to follow around, because it will help him learn the ropes faster. The shelter would prefer his adopter to be someone with deaf dog experience, experience training a deaf dog, and a secure fence. Shamrock is learning hand signals and is a very smart boy. He’s very eager to please!

Visit Shamrock’s Petfinder Page.

If you cannot adopt Shamrock, you can donate to his care by going to his Petfinder page and clicking “Sponsor me” beneath the column of his pictures.

Shamrock is located at Mariah’s Promise in Divide, Colorado.

Visit Mariah’s Promise webpage.
Mariah’s Promise Phone: 719-687-4568

Jacksonville, FL – Rottweiler found near JAX AC shelter! Dog needs out immediately!

CALLING ALL RESCUES OR ROTTY LOVERS!

A full rottweiler was found loose near a vet clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. It was taken to the Jacksonville Animal Control facility and was taken into the shelter. The dog needs to get out ASAP! This shelter has a bad reputation, is always very full, and is continually euthanizing animals.

PLEASE SPREAD THIS MESSAGE TO ANYONE YOU KNOW WHO MIGHT BE ABLE TO HELP!

Visit the Jacksonville Animal Control website for adoption and contact info.

If you can help this dog, please contact veronica@fldoglover.com