Adopt. Not because of the dog's story, but for the chapters that are yet to be written.
Those words are taken from the Every Dog Counts Rescue in Indianapolis's Facebook post about this sweet little puppy. Halsey is a pit bull puppy that was abused by the owner's boyfriend in their home. Multiple skull fractures, a broken leg, and other injuries, which caught the eye of a clever policeman visiting the home for domestic abuse. Now she's in good hands and getting the care she needs. The group's words are both therapeutic and wise, because every dog has the ability to overcome and be a wonderful companion if they're given the chance.
To find out more about Every Dog Counts Rescue, visit them here.
Pilot.dog is our second rescue organization that plays an important role in the adoption process: transport. This husband and wife team loves dogs, and this is what they love to do. Steve is an instrument rated pilot and Pam is logistics coordinator, and together they run a tight ship—or plane—to help rescue as many dogs as they can.
To learn more about Pilot.dog, visit their website here.
This donation recipient is one that's especially close to our hearts, because this pup Stella is one of ours. The Community Pet Center is a completely volunteer operated group that is attached to the Rutherford County, NC animal shelter. They've done an incredible job of reducing the numbers of dogs and cats euthanized in their area, which was a high-kill location. Hats off to them from us and also our little star, shown here snoozing with her new brothers.
You can find out more about the Community Pet Center in Rutherfordton, NC here.