Monday, December 26, 2011


Could you please chip in $5 for poor Noel?

Please chip in!

According to the NY Times, over 5,000 dogs a day are put to death in the US.

Please help us save some of them!

Noel ended up in a kill shelter in Texas.  She has a horrible case of mange. She must be suffering intensely from the itching and she is so skinny, she is literally skin, bones and hair.  Her only chance of survival is rescue by a rescue organization because no one will adopt her looking like that.  Noel needs our help.

Someone saw her and was kind enough to call our friends at the Great Pyrenees Rescue Society of Houston.  GPRS will save her with our sponsorship.

Our donations will go toward vet bills and other costs of fostering her until a permanent home can be found.

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 at

Want to help?  Please join our group on Facebook at

Friday, December 9, 2011

Chicago Rescue Transport - 100 dogs to save!

 Do you love puppies?  These little guys each need $3 in gas money to get to safety in Chicago and maybe, just maybe, be in a new home for the holidays.  Could you please help?

Please chip in!

Our friends Connie and Dave are planning another trip, this time to transport over 100 puppies and dogs.  Here is a list from Connie about the dogs whose lives will be saved by this trip:

Right now we have the following needing to be transported:

Kimberly - Vian - 2 - 4 month heeler puppies
Dr. Horn - Tahlequah - 2 medium dogs
Jackie/Michelle - Muskogee - 3 large dogs
Connie from Sequoyah County - 16 smaller to medium dogs
Shana - Rescue from Arkansas - 22 big dogs including 2 st bernard mixes
Cheotah - 6 puppies - 5 weeks old - found in drainage ditch last week
               8 puppies - 10 weeks
               9 puppies - 14-16 weeks
               l puppy - 14 weeks
               2 Chihuahua - 10 weeks
               l border collie puppie - 14 weeks

Jack Russells at shelter:1 male and 1 female, 10/12 lbs each.

Please add to Dec 12th transport list

Grove Humane Society - l mom and 8 puppies
                                    l mom and 5 puppies
                                    8 small to little dogs

Lou:  l litter of 8 puppies
        l litter of 4 puppies
        l litter of 6 puppies
        4 dogs

Michael I am sending you a picture of some of the puppies. All the puppies sent last week were adopted over the weekend.

Thanks for any help to get all of these a home for Christmas.

Connie and Dave Guthrie

Connie and Dave regularly drive around and pick up doomed dogs from shelters in Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri. These dogs would likely be put to sleep if not for them.  Your donations literally make the difference as to whether there is enough gas money for these trips to happen or not and whether these dogs live or die- thanks for your support!

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

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Our Guy

Could you spare $5 to help save this shy boy?

Please Chip In!

Guy is a Doomed Dogs Special.  This poor, shy stray was picked up and put into a kill shelter in Alabama.  Our friend, rescue angel Shari Drube, has been working with different rescue groups over the last month to save him.  Guy won the hearts of the people at the shelter (yes, they do have hearts, and no, they don't work at kill shelters because they don't care about animals - in fact, most people who work at kill shelters love dogs and do everything they can to save as many as they can).  They have been wonderful at giving Guy reprieve after reprieve while the search for a rescue was going on.  

We promised some money ($300) to the rescue that would take him, to make it easier for a rescue organization to step up and take him.  Finally, Double Dog Rescue in Connecticut agreed to take him and transport was arranged.  Now our club needs to step up as well and put in the money we promised to save this wonderful dog.  

Please help if you can!

Our sponsorship will help DoubleDog to afford to vet, feed and foster him, while they find him a permanent family. 

Please help save him by chipping in – even $5 is a big help.  Thanks!

All donations go directly from Paypal to Double Dog 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 Double Dog at

Friday, December 2, 2011


Could you please give $5 to help save this poor girl?
Please chip in at

This poor gal ended up with a broken leg in an SPCA in Texas.  A homeless stray with a serious medical condition has very little chance of living.  Until our friends at the Texas Great Pyrenees Rescue, heard about her, she had no prospects, other than a quick death.  

TGPR almost never asks us for help – just when they really need it to save a dog’s life.  Well, they are asking us now for our help to save this girl’s life.   Our sponsorship money will go toward her vet bills.

Please help save her life by chipping in!

All donations go directly from Paypal to Texas Great Pyrenees 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 TGPR at