Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Ares


Could you please chip in to help this big boy?

This is gorgeous giant is Ares, an Anatolian Shepherd.  He was a victim in an animal neglect case and ended up in a shelter.  No one wanted to adopt such a big dog and he stayed there for months.  Eventually, someone notified National Anatolian Shepherd Rescue.   With our sponsorship, National Akbash Rescue and National Anatolian Shepherd Rescue teamed up to rescue him from the shelter!

Please chip in and help raise $140 for him using the ChipIn.

All donations go directly from Paypal to National Anatolian Shepherd Rescue, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can help save this one and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact NASRN at
http://www.nasrn.com/

Friday, May 27, 2011

Ripley


Could you spare $5 to help this boy?
 
Please ChipIn!

Ripley is a big Great Pyr mix with a very unusual color.   He was picked up by animal control and brought to a kill shelter.  No one wanted to adopt him and things looked bad for him when Great Pyrenees Rescue Atlanta learned about him.  Although they are very, very full, GPRA stepped up to take him in.  Our sponsorship is helping them to afford to vet and foster him.
 
All donations go directly from Paypal to Great Pyrenees Rescue of Atlanta, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact GPRA at http://www.greatpyratlanta.com/

Monday, May 23, 2011

Ft. Worth Stray Pyr


Could you spare $5 to save this starved giant?

Please chip in at www.doomeddogs.blogspot.com.

This starving Great Pyrenees was found wandering around in Ft. Worth.
  
Here's his story:

"This poor boy was found in a park in Fort Worth emaciated & dehydrated. He is terrified of cars and tried to herd the woman who found him away from the street. She kept him for one night in her garage but couldn't keep him. When animal control came they had to sedate him he was so scared. He is a sweet dog that loves to lean into any person he can. If he is outside he never goes far from the door so he can come right back in. He obviously was a house dog at some point and was just terrified to find himself alone & without his people." 
Luckily, our friends at the Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Houston pulled him from the shelter before he could be killed. Our sponsorship money will go toward vet bills and other costs (of which there will be a lot!).

All donations go directly from Paypal to Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Houston, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact GPRS athttp://www.gprescuesociety.org/

Want to help?  Please join our group on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/doomeddogs.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Pearl and her siblings



Could you spare $5 to help these puppies?

Please ChipIn at
www.doomeddogs.blogspot.com

These puppies and their mother Mia were dumped at a Georgia kill shelter when the puppies were only 6 weeks old.  Luckily, Great Pyrenees Rescue Atlanta learned about them and pulled them from the shelter before they caught any of the horrible diseases that puppies often catch in shelters.  Our sponsorship is helping them to afford to vet and foster Pearl, Syd, Mick, Jewel and Axl.
 
All donations go directly from Paypal to Great Pyrenees Rescue of Atlanta, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact GPRA at http://www.greatpyratlanta.com/














































































Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Bree


Could you please chip in $5 to help this pretty gyrl?

Please use our ChipIn at 

www.doomeddogs.blogspot.com

This pretty puppy is Bree, a seven month old Great Pyrenees puppy.  She was owned by a hoarder in Ohio and ended up in a kill shelter in Michigan.  She was pulled before they could kill her by GP Rescue of Michigan. We are sponsoring a part of her rescue costs. 


She deserves a life with a real family that will love her!

All donations go directly from Paypal to National Great Pyrenees Rescue, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. 

Please chip in - together we can help save this one and many more!

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Charlie


Could you spare $5 to help this big boy?

Please ChipIn!

Charlie is a friendly Great Pyr that had a happy life until his owner got tired of Charlie’s wandering (normal behavior for a Great Pyr).  His owner decided that the best solution to the wandering problem was to take this beautiful two-year-old to a kill shelter and leave him there.  Great Pyrenees Rescue Atlanta, with our sponsorship, agreed to take him from the kill shelter rather than see him killed.  Our sponsorship is helping them to afford to vet and foster him.
 
All donations go directly from Paypal to Great Pyrenees Rescue of Atlanta, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact GPRA at http://www.greatpyratlanta.com/

Claiburne


Emergency funding is needed to save this poor boy's life. Claiburne is scheduled to be put to sleep on Monday.  Could you please chip in $5 to save his life?

Please chip in at www.doomeddogs.blogspot.com.

Ragenea Rand, our rescue coordinator, found this doomed dog online and has been scrambling to find a rescue to take him.  He is scheduled to be destroyed on Monday.  Unfortunately, our rescue contacts are way overextended and no one could help.  Finally, our friends at the Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Houston agreed to take him.  However, they have no place to put him.

So we agreed to try to raise the $300 needed to board him until a foster home becomes available.  It's not a total solution, but if we can raise the money, Claiburne will stay alive.  As you know, this kind of emergency fundraising is not the way we usually do things, but we couldn't bear to see this boy be put to sleep...

All donations go directly from Paypal to Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Houston, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact GPRS athttp://www.gprescuesociety.org/

Want to help?  Please join our group on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/doomeddogs.

Jasper


Could you spare $5 to help this scruffy giant?
 
Please ChipIn!

Now, I love Great Pyrs as much as anyone, but poor Jasper has to be the about the homeliest Pyr I have ever seen!  A starving, mangy stray, this big boy is barely recognizable as a potentially gorgeous fluff giant.  He was found by a kindly woman in Georgia.  She contacted Great Pyrenees Rescue and, with our sponsorship, they agreed to take him to keep him out of a kill shelter.  Our sponsorship is helping them to afford to vet and foster him.
 
All donations go directly from Paypal to Great Pyrenees Rescue of Atlanta, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact GPRA at http://www.greatpyratlanta.com/

Maverick


Could you please chip in $5 to help this battered boy?

This potentially handsome Great Pyr was abandoned by his family when they left their farm.  He was left to fend for himself.  A series of bad experiences left him so shy of humans, that well meaning rescuers could not get near him.  He was hit by a car and his condition was deteriorating.  Finally, rescuers were able to drug some food left out for him, which knocked him out.  With our sponsorship, rescue champion Carolyn Jordan stepped in to save his life.  Our sponsorship will pay part of his medical and fostering costs.


Please chip in to help save him!

All donations go directly from Paypal to National Great Pyrenees Rescue, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can help save this one and many more!

Interested in adopting?  Please contact Carolyn at http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/MO318.html

Willing to help us save more dogs? Here are two ways:

1. Please join our group at www.facebook.com/groups/doomeddogs.

2. Go to our FB page and "like" it: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Help-Save-Doomed-Dogs-from-Kill-Shelters/186358488058554 - this will allow you to get updates on our new dogs in your news feed.

Baxter


Could you spare $5 to help this beautiful boy?

Please ChipIn!

Baxter is a gorgeous Great Pyr.  He was dumped by his farmer owner in a Georgia kill shelter.  As an eight year old, he did not attract any adopters and was scheduled for execution.  On the last day, Great Pyrenees Rescue Atlanta, with our sponsorship, agreed to take him from the kill shelter rather than see him killed.  Our sponsorship is helping them to afford to vet and foster him.
 
All donations go directly from Paypal to Great Pyrenees Rescue of Atlanta, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact GPRA at http://www.greatpyratlanta.com/

Tia


Could you please chip in $5 to help this abused gyrl?

Great Pyr lovers will be shocked at the condition of this poor girl.   From the marks on her neck, it looks like she spent her life chained up.  Tia was literally starved. Obviously, her owner couldn't be bothered to feed her.  She ended up in a kill shelter in Missouri weighing only 30 pounds.With our sponsorship, rescue champion Carolyn Jordan stepped in to save her life.    Our sponsorship will pay part of her medical and fostering costs.


Please contribute to help her and support the wonderful work that Carolyn does to help these these big fluffies.

All donations go directly from Paypal to National Great Pyrenees Rescue, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can help save this one and many more!

Interested in adopting?  Please contact Carolyn at http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/MO318.html

Willing to help us save more dogs? Here are two ways:

1. Please join our group at www.facebook.com/groups/doomeddogs.

2. Go to our FB page and "like" it: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Help-Save-Doomed-Dogs-from-Kill-Shelters/186358488058554 - this will allow you to get updates on our new dogs in your news feed.

Old Goliath


Could you please chip in $5 for this poor guy?

Please chip in!


Goliath is has a sad story.  He had a good life for 10 years.  Then his loving family dumped him at a kill shelter because he was "too old".  

Luckily, our friends at the Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Houston do not think a old dog deserves to be treated like an old washing machine.  With our sponsorship, they pulled him from the shelter before he could be killed. Our sponsorship money will go toward vet bills and other costs (of which there will be a lot as he may end up in foster care for the rest of his life).


If you believe in cherishing and pampering old dogs, please help us with this one.

All donations go directly from Paypal to Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Houston, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact GPRS athttp://www.gprescuesociety.org/

Want to help?  Please join our group on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/doomeddogs.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Fritz


Could you give $5 to help save this lonely guy?

Please use our ChipIn at www.doomeddogs.blogspot.com

This is Fritz.  He ended up in a kill shelter in Pennsylvania.  Heartworm positive, his chances of rescue were slim.  Our friends at the Rescue Express made a questionable financial decision and took him from the shelter without any place to put him!  So he is now a lonely boy in boarding, eating up the rescue's precious funds with every day he stays there.  Dumb move?  Maybe so, but at least he is alive.

We agreed to sponsor him to help pay for his boarding and heartworm treatment because we love rescues that go out on limb to save doomed dogs.

Please help us!


All donations go directly from Paypal to Newnan Humane Society, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

Want to adopt?   Please contact http://www.therescueexpress.com in Pennsyvania.

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Angel


Could you please chip in $5 for this poor guy?

Please chip in at www.doomeddogs.blogspot.com.

  

Luckily, our friends at the Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Houston are up to a challenge and pulled him from the shelter before he could be killed. Our sponsorship money will go toward vet bills and other costs (of which there will be a lot!).

All donations go directly from Paypal to Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Houston, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact GPRS athttp://www.gprescuesociety.org/

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Hungry Dogs in OK


Could you chip in to feed some dogs awaiting transport to safety?  Every dollar helps!

Please chip in at www.doomeddogs.blogspot.com. 

Our friends Connie and Dave often have 50, 60 or more dogs at their place, waiting for the next trip.  There is not enough money to feed them.  Please help us pay for dog food for these sweeties!

All donations go directly from Paypal to Save Our Strays, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible.

Please join us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/doomeddogs

Monday, May 9, 2011

Corky


Could you give $5 to help save this sweet little guy?

Please use our ChipIn at www.doomeddogs.blogspot.com

This little Lab mix boy is Corky.  He ended up in a kill shelter in Pennsylvania and no one wanted to adopt him, perhaps because he had some bad skin conditions.

He was scheduled to die.  Luckily, however, he was saved at the last minute by our friends at the Rescue Express with our sponsorship. 

Please help by chipping in to pay part of his vetting and foster costs!

All donations go directly from Paypal to Newnan Humane Society, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

Want to adopt?   Please contact http://www.therescueexpress.com in Pennsyvania.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Houston Pyr Pups


Could you please chip in $5 for these little guys?

Please chip in at www.doomeddogs.blogspot.com.

This litter of puppies was dumped at a Texas kill shelter, dirty and sick with distemper.  Most rescues would be very hesitant about pulling sick puppies from a shelter because the vet bills can be astronomical.  

Luckily, our friends at the Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Houston are up to a challenge and pulled them from the shelter before they died. Our sponsorship money will go toward vet bills and other costs (of which there will be a lot!).

All donations go directly from Paypal to Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Houston, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save these and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact GPRS athttp://www.gprescuesociety.org/

Want to help?  Please join our group on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/doomeddogs.

Klondike


Could you spare $5 to help this fluffy boy?

Please ChipIn!

Klondike is a beautiful Great Pyr.  He was found on an Alabama highway and captured by a brave woman who was driving by.  She enticed him into her car with the Klondike ice cream bar she was eating – hence his name!  She contacted Great Pyrenees Rescue and, with our sponsorship, they agreed to take him to keep him out of a kill shelter.  Our sponsorship is helping them to afford to vet and foster him.
 
All donations go directly from Paypal to Great Pyrenees Rescue of Atlanta, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact GPRA at http://www.greatpyratlanta.com/

Maggie


Could you please chip in $5 for this poor girl?

Please chip in at www.doomeddogs.blogspot.com.

Maggie was on death row at a shelter in Texas and no one wanted to adopt her.  With our sponsorship, our friends at the Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Houston  pulled her from the shelter before she could be killed. Our sponsorship money will go toward vet bills and other foster costs.

All donations go directly from Paypal to Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Houston, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact GPRS athttp://www.gprescuesociety.org/

Conan


Could you please chip in $5 to help this poor boy?

This gorgeous teddy bear lived with his mate, Leah, in Missouri.  Conan's owners couldn't afford to feed him, so they had to give him up.  Rather then see him go to a kill shelter, Pyr rescue champion Carolyn Jordan stepped in to save his life.    Our sponsorship will pay part of his medical and fostering costs.

All donations go directly from Paypal to National Great Pyrenees Rescue, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can help save this one and many more!

Interested in adopting?  Please contact Carolyn at http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/MO318.html

Willing to help us save more dogs? Here are two ways:

1. Please join our group at www.facebook.com/groups/doomeddogs.

2. Go to our FB page and "like" it: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Help-Save-Doomed-Dogs-from-Kill-Shelters/186358488058554 - this will allow you to get updates on our new dogs in your news feed.

Monday, May 2, 2011

Midnight


Could you spare $5 to help this pretty little girl?

Please chip in at www.doomeddogs.blogspot.com.

This skinny little ShiTzu mix ended up in a kill shelter in Texas.  For some reason no one wanted to adopt her, though she is as cute as could be.  Possibly the problem was that she has a stiff leg and heartworms.  She was scheduled to die the next day, when our St. Bernard rescue friends, Rosie and Gisela, pulled her from the shelter with our sponsorship.

Now why these rescue angels even looked at a little dog one tenth the size of their normal dogs, I don't know.  But I am glad they did!

Please contribute to pay for her vet bills.
All donations go directly from Paypal to the St. Cloud’s Rescue, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact St. Cloud's in McKinney, Texas at http://www.stcloudsrescue.org/

Ellie


Could you spare $5 to help this puppy?

Please ChipIn at 
www.doomeddogs.blogspot.com

Ellie was a stray in Alabama when she was picked up by animal control.  They brought her to a kill shelter.  No one wanted to adopt her and things looked bad for her when Great Pyrenees Rescue Atlanta learned about her.  With our sponsorship, they pulled her from the shelter and brought her to safety in Atlanta.  Our sponsorship is helping them to afford to vet and foster her.
  
All donations go directly from Paypal to Great Pyrenees Rescue of Atlanta, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact GPRA at http://www.greatpyratlanta.com/

Mia


Could you spare $5 to help this gyrl?

Please ChipIn at 
www.doomeddogs.blogspot.com

Mia and her five puppies and their Dad were dumped at a kill shelter.  Mia was going to be killed, so Great Pyrenees Rescue Atlanta GPRA stepped up to take in the whole family.  They really stretched to be able to take her - which they did even though they have no room.  So Mia is in boarding while she becomes strong enough to start heartworm treatment.  Our sponsorship is helping them to afford to board, vet and foster her.
  
All donations go directly from Paypal to Great Pyrenees Rescue of Atlanta, a 501(c)(3) charity, and are tax-deductible. Please chip in - together we can save this one and many more!

If you are interested in adopting, please contact GPRA at http://www.greatpyratlanta.com/