To rescue, rehabilitate and rehome shelter animals
that might not otherwise survive.
THIS IS A COURTESY POSTING
Norman is a 2 year old, 50 lb., neutered, male Shepherd and Labrador Retriever blend. This very special boy came into the shelter very emaciated and scared. Apparently he had been roaming around grove fields for months by himself.
A little about Norman...the volunteers at the shelter just loved this guy and said that once he was out of his kennel and relaxed a bit, he sported "THE BIGGEST SMILE" you have ever seen in your life! Norman is sweet and affectionate and is very happy and appreciative of any attention he receives from people...he is very eager to please. He has an overall great energy and loves to run and play, though he is equally as happy just hanging out by your side, especially on the chair swing at the boarding facility. He loves long walks, car rides, knows many basic commands and appears to be housebroken too. He also makes a great jogging partner. Finally, Norman would do best being placed in a household with no other pets or with medium to large size dogs only.
Norman at Play on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQRSJd8kYwU
Norman's adoption donation is $100.0
For more information or to meet Norman, please email andjustice4allanimals@gmail.
PLEASE HELP US !
We are asking you, our friends, to help us care for Bandito. He is a 4 month old Akita mix who survived exposure to Distemper. Just when he was ready for adoption, he was exposed to Parvo at an adoption event and is now fighting for his life. He was diagnosed with Parvo and Pneumonia yesterday. If you are able to make a donation to help us it would be appreciated.
Update as of May 1, 2013
Bandito came home from the hospital this past Sunday, much thinner, but in good spirits. His care will be ongoing, however it appears as though he is through the worst of it.
He is back to his old self, which means he is stealing toys from the other dogs and is definitely more alert. He even took a treat for the first time in over a week. That's a good sign.
His foster mom is nebulizing him twice daily and continuing with all meds. The care will be ongoing, but it is apparent that he is doing so much better.
Thank you to those that donated to help with his medical bills. We have a long ways to go to pay them off, but every donation, regardless of the amount is helping.
Bandito sends his thanks as well.
DONATIONS ARE ALWAYS APPRECIATED.
As we are a 501(c)(3) animal rescue, your donations are tax deductible.
You can make a one time donation or monthly donations via PayPal.
All donations, regardless of amount, are appreciated.
Checks or money orders can be mailed to:
Shelter Pet Partners - PO Box 2054 - El Cajon, CA 92021
Thank you in advance. You will receive a letter of appreciation with a receipt for your donation. If you are making a donation on behalf of another, please let us know and provide us with their name(s) & mailing address or email. We will be happy to send them a letter advising them of your gift.
NOTE: Site published 04.03.13