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Dogs? Very well
Cats? Ignores themNow getting ready for March Madness in a loving family!
Ziva's Story: Ziva was found in a remote mountain. Since she was always hiding in the woods and bushes. It’s not easy to spot her. Luckily, a hiker found her and rescued her. We have no idea how long Ziva has been living up in the mountain. So glad she was found and was brought to the rescue. Otherwise, she may be starved to death.
After taking Ziva to the vet, she only had some skin issues and a scar on the back leg. We guess she probably got hurt when she was a stray. According to the vet, both of Ziva’s ears have hematoma. However, they got harden already. There is no treatment needed.
Ziva is very sweet and affectionate girl. She loves her human companions a lot. She also gets along with dogs well. However, she is too shy to play with them. She prefers staying with people instead. We feel so sad that Ziva was abandoned and left to death before she was rescued. Therefore, we really hope she can find her forever home and get the attention she deserves. Ziva is spayed, healthy, up to date on vaccines and chipped.
Dogs? Very well
Cats? Ignores themNow spreading some Taiwan golden joy in Oregon with her new family!
Gennie's Story: Gennie was found wandering near a train station in downtown. We thought she was just a lost dog, so we tried to find her owner. Sadly, her owner never shows up. One day, we got a call from the owner’s neighbor. We were told that Gennie was abandoned by her owner. Since her owner got drunk and abused her all the time, we decided to find Gennie a better home instead of sending her back to her owner. After all, the owner never looks for her dog. We are glad Gennie can finally leave that horrible owner and start her new life
Gennie is a good girl. She is vey sweet and affectionate. She loves her human companions a lot and is full of energy all the time. Since she was abused by her owner before, Gennie may hide or run away when people raise hands. She may be a little shy in the beginning when she meets strangers. As long as she fells relaxed and comfortable, she will start showing her personality soon.
Gennie also gets along with dogs well. She may not play with them at first because she doesn’t know them. After she gets familiar with her doggy friends, she will happily play with them. We feels sad that Gennie was abused by her owner before rescued. This lovely girl deserves more love and care. We really hope she can find her families to call her own. Gennie is spayed, healthy, up to date on vaccines and chipped.
Cats? Not knownNow enjoying the rain from a cosy and loving home!
Betsy's Story: Betsy was abandoned by her owner. Her owner was too busy to take care of her. Therefore, she was totally neglected. She had hot spot and her coat was covered with fleas and ticks when she was rescued. It takes her a while to recover and Betsy is doing way much better now. She has a very good appetite and looks happy every day.
Betsy is a sweet and affectionate girl. She may be shy or even shows fear when she meets strangers at first. We guess it’s probably because she was neglected and left alone in most of her life. Therefore, she is not so familiar with human contact. It takes Betsy a little time to warm up and she will start showing her personality soon. Betsy loves her human companions and enjoys cuddling with them after she gets familiar with her people.
She gets along with dogs well, too. However, she doesn’t play with them often. She may stay alert in the beginning because she doesn’t know them. As long as she feels relaxed, she will be fine with other dogs. Betsy is spayed, healthy, up to date on vaccines and chipped.
Dogs? Very well
Cats? Ignores themNow getting ready to enjoy spring once the rain stops with her new furever family!
Holly's Story: Holly was found wandering on the streets on Chinese New Year’s Eve. She looks like a young dog. We guess she is probably 1-2 years old. At first, we thought she was a lost dog and still expected her owner will appear to take her home. Sadly, there is no one claim her after we post messages online.
Holly had bloody urine when she was rescued. After taking her to the vet, it’s just infection on her bladders. She has been treated and is doing fine now. Holly is very playful and active. She is acting like a puppy and has lots of energy to play. Therefore, we are looking for a new owner who is willing to devote time to train Holly and teach her some manners.
Holly gets along with dogs well. She loves to play with them a lot. She has a very good temperament and always runs away when there is a fight. Holly is spayed, healthy, up to date on vaccines and chipped.
Cats?Not knownNow enjoying his exalted status as the reigning King of Cute in a loving family!
Panda's Story: Panda is from owner surrender. His owner is too busy at work and has no time to take care of Panda. Therefore, he decided to surrender Panda to the rescue. After taking Panda to the vet for health check, he was found Ehrichia positive. Panda started his treatment right away and is doing great now.
Panda is very cute and sweet boy. He is very obedient and enjoys staying with his human companions. He gets along with dogs well and has a very good temperament. He likes to invite his doggy friends to play with him. If they don’t want to join him, he may bark at them sometimes. It’s easy to stop him by saying “ No” though. Panda is neutered, healthy, up to date on vaccines and chipped.
Age: 7-8 years
Cats? Chases them
Now, the enjoying the status of being the latest cause for foster-failure and proud of it!
Bert's Story: Bert was abandoned at the front door of a convenience store located up in the mountain. He was found together with a mixed-breed dog. We guess both of them were abandoned by the same owner because they always stay together. Bert’s condition was not very well when we picked him up. He was very weak and his testicles were infected and swollen. After taking Bert to the vet, we found he was heartworm positive and severely malnourished. The good news is Bert had a very good appetite. It takes him some time to gain weight and he finally could start his heartworm treatment. Now Bert is a healthy and happy boy. He finally made his way for adoption.
Bert is a sweet and affectionate boy. He is very obedient. He likes to stay around people and waits to get attention. Bert listens to commands and is always gentle and calm. He gets along with dogs well. Since he has a very good temperament, he never picks up fights. He may feel threatened and barks at dogs who are bigger than him. However, he only barks. He doesn’t fight with them. Bert is a lovely boy. We would like to find him a good home where he can get the attention he deserves. Bert is neutered, healthy, up to date on vaccines and chipped.
Age: 4-5 years
Now in a cosy loving home watching the rain come down!
Lyndon's Story: Lyndon was from owner surrender. The owner rescued him when he is 1-2 years old. However, he is too busy to take care of Lyndon. Therefore, he just left Lyndon with his senior parents. The old couple was not able to take care of a big boy, either. So they just tied Lyndon at the front door. Since his house is close to a market. There are people walking around for grocery shopping. Lyndon was fed by them and weighted almost 100 lb. His neighbor thinks Lyndon deserves a better home and called us for help. We tried to persuade the owner to surrender Lyndon to the rescue. Luckily, he agreed.
After taking Lyndon to the vet, we found that he was heartworm positive. Lyndon is a young boy. He is always full of energy and is very playful. He has the typical personality of a golden and everyone loves him so much. Lyndon enjoys staying with his human companions. He also gets along with dogs well. He likes to play with them a lot. We hope Lyndon can find a home where he can get the attention he deserves. Lyndon is neutered, healthy, up to date on vaccines and chipped.
Age: 7-8 years
Dogs? Very well
Cats? Ignores cats
Kerr is now busy settling in with his furever family!
Kerr's Story: Kerr was rescued from a local shelter in Taiwan. He was overweight and had some skin issues when we picked him up. We have no idea why his owner abandoned him. Kerr looked in OK condition and he is a handsome boy. He walks slowly because of his weight. Therefore, we are hoping that his new owner can continue his weight loss project after Kerr gets adopted.
Kerr is a very sweet and affectionate boy. He always has his big smile on his face and greets people with his tail waggling. Kerr has a very good temperament. He gets along with dogs well and walks away all the time when there is a fight. We really hope Kerr can find his family to call his own. Kerr is neutered, healthy, up to date on vaccines and chipped.
His foster mom says that he is an absolute love and that he carries around a little turquoise ball everywhere!
Age: 8-9 years
Dogs? Very well
Cats? Ignores cats
Now, occupying hearts and his goldie sister's dog bed in his furever home!
Bruno's Story: Bruno was found wandering on the streets. His coat was very dirty and matted when we rescued him. It seems that he has been living on the streets for a while. He could only walk slowly when we picked him up. According to the vet, Bruno has bad hips. That’s why he doesn’t want to walk, but lies down instead. The vet decided to use a new technology called stem cells treatment. After injecting stem cells, Bruno can walk or run slowly without any problem. We suggest weight control and hips supplement to maintain the mobility of Bruno’s legs. Also avoiding getting up and down stairs is recommended.
Bruno is a sweet boy. He is always calm and serene. He likes to stay with people most of the time. He is quiet and waits patiently to get petted all the time. Bruno also gets along with dogs well. He doesn’t play with them often and prefers staying alone. He has a great temperament. We hope Bruno can find a home to spend his years. Bruno is neutered, healthy, up to date on vaccines and chipped.