Before Rescue Ranch:
Cash is about one year old and great with kids, dogs, and cats. He is a gentle loving soul that loves his walks. He isn’t going to be a champion sheepherder or a Frisbee-catching star, but he will bring you rays of sunshine every day with his sweet ways and winning smiles.
Before Cash came to Rescue Ranch he was at risk of being euthanized because of the cost of the surgery. Since coming to Rescue Ranch, Cash has been with an incredible foster family who has helped him gain strength, find many new friends, and prepare him for the surgery he needs.
Now sweet Cash is looking for the family who want to adopt him and help him through the surgery and provide him all the love and support he will need to share a long and happy life together. Rescue Ranch is committed to providing the funds and support to help Cash be all that he can be with a family that is ready for his love and doggie smiles.
Cash became the mascot of this year’s 6th, 7th, and 8th graders at Jackson Street Middle School in Yreka is now ready to find a perfect family all his own. The students at Jackson Street Middle School have worked hard to help raise the money necessary for corrective hip surgery by making and selling dog cookies and also making little dog paws out of paper and every time someone donated the money they put their name on the paw and added it to their handcrafted posters. Their efforts have us a long way on our path to our goal and many donors have stepped in to help us cover the rest of the medical costs for Cash’s surgery. Read the Daily Siskiyou News Story Here:
Cash is loving life. Cash has is ‘furever’ home as well as a loving extended family that includes humans and canines. The boating community has welcomed Cash as well. It’s a big dog community as well and his new family has been asked by other families to babysit him if we ever have an out of town vacation we don’t take him on. People love to watch him fetch and everyone throws the ball or stick for him.