Save Special Needs Puppies in the US

Jan 29, 2013

January 2013 Update


All of us at Help Orphan Puppies hope that you all had a wonderful holiday season.  We are very happy to report that 2 of our special needs dogs were adopted since our last report!  Porter, our special boy that required emergency surgery to remove an eye, was adopted by a wonderful couple.  Porter has a new 4 legged big sister and is very happy in his new home.  And Duke, our Great Dane that the former owners brought to our vet to have euthanized (he is only 3 years old), was adopted by a lovely couple without children.  He is sharing his new home with 4 rescued cats!  Sadly, our lovely Hope still has not found a home but we are hopeful that she will find a new home soon.

In the past couple of weeks we took in 6 puppies that were surrendered to a high kill shelter after the person that bred them was unable to sell them as Christmas puppies.  All were taken to the vet and then placed in loving foster homes to await adoption.

Thank you for your support to date and we hope that you will continue to support our efforts in 2013. 


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Christina Francis

Delanson, New York United States

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