It’s been a nasty year weather-wise in the South. Weeks of storms have leveled entire communities. One of the coordinators for Big Fluffy Dog Rescue had her home damaged by the storm. Tina suffered damage to her home and has not yet gotten back to where she was.
This morning, the Big Fluffy Dog van that has transported countless dogs burned to a crisp after an electrical fire started:
Tina needs our help. If you would like to donate, you can donate at our site here: http://www.bigfluffydogs.com/pay-online.php (for those that prefer to use credit cards directly). You can also donate here at paypal if you would like to help: http://bigfluffydogs.chipin.com/tina-tornado-and-fire-relief-fund. Please be sure to send us an email at email@example.com to let us know you have donated for Tina if you use credit cards so we can send appropriate thanks.
My what big ears you have. Meet Rose, a 7 month old husky mix with enormous bat ears. She is friendly, sweet and perfectly well-mannered in the house. She is on the small side at barely 30 pounds and will not be large. She is gorgeous AND is good with cats, dogs and kids.
UPDATE 4/23/11: Jade is in a temporary foster home and is ready for a forever home. This girl is fabulous. She is in great condition just slightly skinny, and she is a love bug. She wants to be petted and she will follow you around demanding attention. Jade does well with cats and dogs and all people. She is quite spry and is more active by far than my nine year old Great Pyrenees and 8 year old Newfie/Pyr. She is housebroken, jumps in the car to go for rides and walks well on a leash. In short, she’s perfect.
Jade is a 10 year old female Great Pyrenees. She was brought in to a vet by her owner who had no further use for her since she could no longer work goats and he asked that she be euthanized. The vet called a rescue who called us and Jade came to Big Fluffy Dog Rescue. Jade is a very sweet, easy going soul who deserved a better end than what her owner was going to give her. Jade is underweight, but is otherwise in good condition. She is ready for a home.
Meet Oliver and Olivia. These two adorable siblings need a foster home in the Delmarva area by this weekend. If you can help, please email Jennifer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Of course, they are both adoptable, too.
Here’s one you won’t see everyday. This puppy is 11 weeks old. He is a poodle/Great Pyrenees/border collie/? mix. He has mega fluffy curly ears, medium body fur, fat paws, a stumpy tail, and a playful, outgoing dispostion. We’d like to claim we know how big he’ll be when he grows up, but with that ancestry, we think it’s anyone’s guess. What we do know is that he is adorable, sweet, feisty and smart. He will be a great fit for a family who wants a smart, active dog to go hiking with.
Meet Mallory. Mallory is 2 -3 years old and she is Molly’s Mom. Mallory is a shepherd/Great Pyrenees mix and she is on the small side for us at 55 pounds. Mallory has excellent manners and loves everyone and everything. Her favorite thing in the world besides steak and tummy rubs is a squeaky toy. Mallory will make an excellent pet for pretty much any family.
Meet Max. This is a 5 year old lab/Great Pyrenees mix who who is looking for a foster home. Max is extremely sweet and does well with most dogs so long as they don’t try to dominate him or otherwise beat him up. Max is epileptic and takes medicine, but it is well controlled and he is in good health. Rescue provides all medication. He is in NH at the moment. He is of course adoptable as well. This is a really awesome guy.
Meet Molly, a German Shepherd/collie/Great Pyrenees mix. This little girl is 12 weeks old and has some significant health hurdles. Molly came in to rescue with her Mom and both had suffered terrible malnutrition. As a result, Molly has rickets and her front legs are deformed. She also has demodectic mange (not contagious) and her poor little autoimmune system is struggling to get her healthy. Molly is slated to see a surgeon to address her front legs. She needs a foster home in Tennessee that can manage a puppy who requires care. She is very sweet, outgoing and friendly, but she is likely facing surgery. If you are interested and can help, please email Tina at email@example.com.
Jackson is a 2 year old male Great Pyrenees. He gets along well with everyone and everything. He is a big, beautiful, boy and he will make a wonderful companion.
Brandon is a 2 year old male Great Pyrenees/golden retriever. He is a big dog at 100 pounds and he is a friendly, easy-going swe,et dog. He is currently in Tennessee and needs a foster for the next week before he heads up to his forever home. If you are interested in fostering, let us know.
Meet Cash. Cash is a 2 year old male yellow lab/Great Pyrenees mix. Cash is a gentle, sweet soul who is well-mannered and easy-going. He is playful without being spastic and he does well with other dogs and he loves people. He is tall and good-sized without being huge. This is an awesome dog.
Roscoe is a big, lazy (with occasional bursts of energy) mastiff/Great Pyrenees mix. Roscoe is an owner surrender to us for financial reasons. He is 14 months old and he is looking for a home all his own. Roscoe is good with kids, and is fine with other dogs, but we think he likes it better as the lone dog. He would make a nice pet for a family that wants a big dog that plays well with others, but can be left on his own.
Calvin is a 8 month old male Old English Sheepdog/Great Pyrenees puppy. He is sweet, easy going and friendly. This is a great dog for a family.
Abigail is an 11 week old female Great Pyrenees mix puppy. She is sweet, smart and 100% adorable puppy. She is ready to head to a home this weekend. She is available to homes from Tennessee to New England, but speak quickly.
It’s pretty hard to believe this girl has been waiting for a home for 5 months. Jasmine is a 7 month old mastiff mix and she came from an Alabama shelter. No one wanted her so she was rescued by our Delmarva wing and is in foster in Elkton Maryland. If you are interested in adopting this adorable puppy, leave us a comment and we’ll put you in touch with her coordinator. Any dog who can play patiently with seven week old puppies without wanting to eat them is a gem.