I cringe with guilt when I hear her name, as if we were lazy and we didn’t get to know this gentle spirit before we named her. With a flurry of desperate, deep desert rescues, Brindle was in a group of sick dogs who needed emergency care. There was no time to be creative. So…

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Henrietta

Henrietta was abandoned in the deep desert as a young dog. She survived her youth there. The deep desert is many thousands of square miles of death. Besides struggling with up to 120 degree heat, and starvation, many of these dogs die of tick fever, which is horrible! It is like they’re ingesting rat poison…

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Pitbull rescue with happy ending

This little guy was willing to come back and endure pain and suffering . . . just to be with us again. The older we get the more we want to know “what is really going on?” . . . and being so close to life and death for 35-years, I feel what that is…

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Meet DUKE – he was abandoned in the wilderness.  In December 2015 DUKE began showing signs of post distemper myelopathy. He can’t walk — most dogs will not recover. But where there is hope there is a way. DUKE started on cutting edge Cold Laser Therapy in April 2016. This cold laser treatment stimulates…

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El Blanco Award Delta Rescue

The Seal of Excellence is awarded to the members of Independent Charities of America and Local Independent Charities of America that have, upon rigorous independent review, including scrutiny by the United States Government, been able to certify, document, and demonstrate on an annual basis that they meet the highest standards of public accountability, program effectiveness,…

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