Tuesday, April 20, 2010
THESE DOGS ARE ALL CONSIDERED URGENT AND IN IMMEDIATE NEED OF FOSTER CARE
LAWRENCE KANSAS: UPDATE: RESCUED!!!
Austin is an 18 mo neutered male Anatolian Shepherd Dog. He is friendly with people and good with easy going dogs.
He is in a KILL SHELTER and his time is up this week. Can anyone help him, even short term will help to get him out of the shelter alive.
For more information, please email Tammy at
EASTERN TENNESSEE: UPDATE: JAKE STILL NEEDS A FOSTER!!!: Jake is a young adult neutered male Anatolian x Catahoula Leopard Dog cross.
Jake has spent his whole life on the end of a chain. He's been able to play in the yard at the shelter with other dogs and boy, oh boy, is he having a good time. He's a friendly dog and has been good with all of the other dogs that he's met at the shelter. He is vetted and heartworm neg and is looking for a foster or adoption ASAP. He stands 32" at the shoulder and is skinny at 80 lbs. Jake is potty trained and never messes in his kennel. He is good with dogs and loves people. He's quick to learn and wants very much to please!
We really need a foster for this special boy, we will help transport within 1000 miles!
For more information, please email Carleen at
SEYMOUR TEXAS: STILL NEEDS FOSTER OR ADOPT!: Siobahn is a young spayed female Anatolian Shepherd Dog. She was just pulled from death row and is in a VERY temporary spot. She is looking for a foster or adoption ASAP.
She is friendly with people, good with kids. She loves to be outside but also likes to be with people.
For more information, please email Janna at
VANCOUVER WASHINGTON: STILL NEEDS FOSTER OR ADOPT: Bear is a young adult neutered male Anatolian Shepherd Dog. He's struck out twice in his young life....both families dumped him bc he got too big or they "dont have room" for him anymore. He's super friendly, good with other dogs and good with kids too. Housebroken and is a real gentleman. He is not eating in the shelter as he is VERY depressed. We are desperate to get him into a foster or adoption.
For more information, please email Debi at