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March 30, 2016

This adorable little family is now listed for adoption on Petfinder! All are available for adoption and transport to the northeastern states. Hope, Sweet Pea, Heart, Rosie and Squirt are Jack Russell / Doxie mix pups who currently weigh in at an average of 9lbs! We don’t expect them to be more than 25lbs fully grown. Except Heart, who is a chunky gal and might achieve 30lbs one day – ha! The pups are spayed, vaccinated, micro-chipped and dewormed. They were rescued from rural MS as tiny babies and have been raised by their foster mom, Ann. If you are interested in adopting one of these sweet babies – you can find out...

March 29, 2016

We have just 4 days left to raise the remaining $195 of our fundraising goal! We have treated 4 heartworm positive dogs in the last month and it would be great to move forward with Bonita's treatment in the next week or two! If we achieve our goal it will make that a reality! Thank you so much to those who have already donated and shared!

 

http://www.loveanimals.org/healing-their-hearts.html

 

 

 

 

March 28, 2016

We received a great update on one of our long time fosters, Stella this weekend! How sweet is this! "Stella has settled in here very nicely, almost seems like she has always been here. She had her first vet visit last week & was reported to be in perfect health. We are early to rise, so, she has breakfast @ 6am & dinner @ 5pm. We normally go to bed 8-9 pm, she goes right to her bed & stays all night, she’s such an angel. She loves being outside & almost climbs trees in pursuit of the local squirrel population, she also must be part mountain goat, as she loves climbing all over the wood pile (she’s very sure footed). A...

March 24, 2016

Meet Heart, Rosie, Sweet Pea, Hope and Squirt! These adorable pups are small terrier mixes who were found abandoned in rural MS. They are being fully vetted and will be available mid April for adoption locally or to the north eastern states. Listings coming soon to Petfinder!

 

 

March 23, 2016

From Mollie's foster mom, Angela: 

Jason and I have had so much joy brought to our lives from being able to love on so many puppies over the last 6 months. Goodbyes are terrible, but knowing their lives are forever changed (and so are ours) makes it all worth it. So in honor of puppy day, here's miss Mollie who will be leaving us tomorrow to meet her new mommy and sister in Connecticut.

 

 

March 22, 2016

Fitz, formerly Oliver - 5 months later, is settling in wonderfully with his new family! We love getting these updates on our PMAR alumni.

 

 

 

 

March 22, 2016

Lindy's new family posted this wonderful picture letting us know that she and her new brother Beau have quickly become best buddies! Heartwarming to see.

 

 

March 22, 2016

The bottom right photograph shows Presley about two months ago. He arrived to his Connecticut foster family on Saturday and continues to thrive! Another little survivor who beat the odds thanks to his amazing foster families! 

 

 

March 18, 2016

FOSTER HOME NEEDED:  Domino's foster can only keep him for a couple more weeks.

 

Can you say handsome? Officially available for adoption locally and transport to New England, MD and PA - he is a 2 year old lab/border collie mix (best guess - predominately lab down to his webbed feet!). He has lots of energy and LOVES to play and retrieve! Great, sweet dog that will be fantastic for an active family or individual! Approximately 65lbs he is 2 years old and VERY friendly. He has gotten along well with everyone we have introduced him to and also with the other dog in his foster home. Domino is crate trained and will...

March 15, 2016

Meet Talley (2 year old pointer/hound mix) and Layla (2 year old chocolate lab). These two beauties will join the PMAR family this week when Heather and Scott bring them into their home to foster. Talley and Layla are spayed, vaccinated and heartworm negative. They are wonderful with dogs, cats and have been successfully temperament tested with children. Due to the result of an extremely tragic situation, they MUST be rehomed (no negative comments please, this is a 100%GENUINE need situation). Layla will have to undergo surgery prior to adoption for Grade 3/4 Luxating Patella (which means the kneecap is dislocated / m...

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