Clearly abused, Earl was found by animal control and taken to a shelter. The shelter didn't have room, nor the ability to treat him, thus called us. Try as they might, our cities have built shelters that cannot keep up with pet population and lack of responsible pet ownership. Dogs on the streets lead to accidents, territorial dog fights, unwanted litters, bites by scared or injured dogs, etc. I believe we can all agree these dogs shouldn't pay for human irresponsibility. We are here to help.
Having built a large network of experienced volunteers, we are able to take in boxers who find themselves homeless for a multitude of reasons. Earl's case was extreme but more often we get pups that simply need standard medical care to bring them back to health and ready for their forever homes. We provide the outlet shelters need, a pressure valve of sorts, so they can bring in more strays. This outlet protects other breeds from being put down due to human failure
The greatest gift of all is paid forward in the homes these dogs go to. Good people opening their homes to a lost little soul and willing it to flourish, those with broken hearts from loss of a pet, people who need a companion to see them through tomorrow, homes with children who will love and build memories with these dogs while learning compassion and responsibility. These people are all around you; they could be you. Help take a vicious circle of over-populated shelters and turn it into love.
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