I’ll never forget the day I came home and found these precious babies had been tossed in the yard out front. I’ll never understand how someone could just toss their puppies into someone’s yard with no regard for the dogs or the person who they are dumping them on. Dumping animals is illegal and irresponsible. Thankfully I’m not the kind of person who would do that so we took care of this special brother and sister pair. We named them Cotton and Candy due to their fluffy white coats and sweet personalities. Candy, the all white female, was deaf and her brother, Cotton was her ears and her protector. Thankfully a special family understood their special bond and adopted them together. Special people like those who adopt dogs like Cotton and Candy make the world a better place. We were thankful they found Tbar and these two special babies.
This sweet hound dog is named Cooper in his new life with his forever family. When he came to Tbar we called him Blue and then Trooper for his strength in recovery. He endured and recovered from a broken leg and a terrible skin condition. It seemed that he’d never be happy again until he met the Silvey family. They adopted him despite his lack of hair in some places. They helped his soul heal. One of the best stories his new Mom tells is how he will now roll down a hill for pure joy. What a special boy and such a special family. Like this boy’s facebook post to show your support for special families who adopt special pets despite their differences.
In the bottom picture Cooper’s rehab foster Mom is on the left and Cooper’s adoptive Mom is on the right for a happy reunion.
Our #ThrowbackThursday animal is also our Pet of the Week! Dancer was removed from his owner by law enforcement. He had been left in a stall was starving and had overgrown hooves. His road to recovery included special farrier work, lots of nutrition and a month of natural horsemanship training by Juan Vendrell of TC Ranch Ventures. Now he accepts a saddle and rider and is ready to finish his training. If you want to know more about adopting Dancer email firstname.lastname@example.org
This sweet dog was found as a stray. She had a broken leg that healed on it’s own forming a new joint where the fracture had destroyed the old one. She recovered in rescue but didn’t completely heal until she was adopted and learned the joys of life from Carlie. Thank you Carlie for taking in this special girl and giving her the life she deserves!
This is John Watson. This sweet guy wandered up to a member of True Blue Animal Rescue who kindly took him in and started his rehabilitation. He is now fully vetted and healthy and waiting for his forever home!
TBAR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit no-kill animal rescue organization. If you would like to help animals such as this one, please consider donating to TBAR, volunteering, fostering, or adopting. Donations go directly toward care, feed, and veterinary care of the rescued animals and every little bit helps us to help another animal in need of safety and rehabilitation. Rescue a pet: adopt instead of shop and spay or neuter your pets!
This weeks TBT picture is Deuce. When he came to Tbar he was so skinny and sick we weren’t sure he’d survive. We were able to help him gain weight but he kept to himself and seemed closed off from horses and people. Then he met AJ!
Thank you AJ Greer for helping Deuce learn to trust again and thank you Olivia Moore for capturing that fairy tail ending in this picture! These are the happy endings that remind us of what rescue is all about!
#TBT Throwback Thursday: Before and after Of Dusty. Dusty was born into rescue when her mother was seized due to abuse. Here she is in her adopted home. Thanks to AJ Greer for helping get her started under Saddle!