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We got our ‘Girls’ February 2016 – from a family of nine! Trouble & Noni (No Name) eventually became Bella and Foxy. I often tell the story, of how these dogs were destined for our home. My wife is very fond of a Family friend schipperke mix. That day we drove down from Oregon, to meet with the staff to talk about fostering our first… Read More.
We were visiting family, they had this adorable little dog that they had adopted from the rescue ranch which just so happened to be down the road from their house. So on the way out we decided that we would stop in & check it out. I told my boyfriend Steve as we were pulling into the parking lot “Not to fall in love with… Read More.
HI, We have 3 dogs, one from a breeder, one from a breed rescue and one from Jackson County Animal Shelter. We are FOTAS volunteers and met John the week after he was on the news for rescuing dogs from fires and marajuana grows. My husband is one of photographers for FOTAS. He was planning to volunteer taking pictures for you and still plans to but… Read More.
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… Read More.
I’m so blessed to have gotten Pongo My 1 1/2 year old Chiwahwa that is only 7 pounds. Thank you so very much. He is very loved and spoiled. I love him so very much. He slept with me all night and finally relaxed and is very comfortable here at his new home. I took a bunch of pictures of him I’m going to share… Read More.
Here’s a picture of Sprocket, the world’s most awesome dog we got from you a month or so ago, helping us during a photo shoot of our fillies (we just body clipped her, so her color looks weird)… Sprocket gets along with all of our chickens and peacocks and even helped my husband bring down some stubborn colts from the mountains, brought them all the… Read More.