I am still on deployment with the HSUS with the Great Danes. The case continues therefore I cannot post any pictures or details however, you can check out more information regarding this case at the Humane Society of the United States website and FB pages. I want to thank everyone who is supporting the HSUS and the good work they do. I couldn't be more proud and honored to work with a great group of people.
I have been on a rotation deployment for this case and it's been amazing to see the Great Danes evolve and make positive progress. The HSUS has been amazing to work with. I had a great time through the holidays November and December. My rescue made a treat bag for each dog and being able to give them to the dogs was a real treat :) The case continues and the details of the Judge's ruling can be found on the HSUS website. While the case is active we are not permitted to take pictures or videos or post details. Please send your donations to HSUS to help with the Great Danes and other cases currently going on. We always need your help and support! I look forward to my next deployment this week in returning to New Hampshire!
From October 15 to the 22nd I deployed back to New Hampshire to work with HSUS on rotation #3 of assisting with the Great Danes. It was a long exhausting week but so worth it, the leaves have started to turn colors and the weather is getting colder. I can't talk about the details as it is still an open case but you can visit the Humane Society of the United States website or FB page for updates of the case including pictures, videos and news articles from the current court hearings.
Recently I assisted with 84 Great Danes that were rescued by HSUS, The Humane Society of the United States. I traveled up to New Hampshire and worked at the HSUS shelter for 8 days. It was a lot of work taking care of the daily needs of these 84 Great Danes but I got to work with the great people of the HSUS and made some new friends with the volunteers as well as see old friends. Pictures and videos can be seen on the HSUS webite www.humanesociety.org or on Facebook. Read more about this case at: https://blog.humanesociety.org/wayne/2017/06/great-danes-got-minimal-care-new-hampshire-mansion-horrors.html
German Shepherd rescue. I was asked by Char Wills German Shepherd Rescue in PA if I could help with a deployment they were heading up in Augusta, WV. I agreed with no hesitation. Got all the specifics and headed out at 5:30AM Wednesday to meet them on the property. This was a case where an elderly couple could no longer care for the dogs and unfortunately the conditions were bad. The smell of mud mixed with urine and feces and bacteria was horrific. These dogs needed immediate care and that's exactly what we did. The dogs had never been on leashes or even a collar. We were able to remove all dogs from the property safely and professionally and show them proper care and kindness as they enjoyed a ride in a nice air conditioned trailer on their way to Char Wills GSD rescue facility where they will continue their vetting, grooming and assessment. We are so grateful to work with Char Wills GSD Rescue and help them save these dogs. Please visit their page if you would like to donate towards the care for these dogs or to adopt.
Many times we see pictures and videos on TV and other social media about deplorable cases such as puppy mills, hoarding, dog fighting and even pet stores and rescues not living up to the code of ethics for properly providing for animals. Here we will share deployment stories from our owner Karen. She has been on several cases (puppy mill and hoarding) with HSUS and other independent deployment cases with other rescues. In some cases pictures and videos are provided to the pubic through HSUS and other rescues we will do our best to share those links and pictures as permitted. RTWC is certified, licensed and insured for these deployments on a volunteer level and certified through FEMA for first aid and disaster relief. Karen has graduated with a certification in Canine Specialist. Through our experiences we want to share with the public to help educate the public and increase the knowledge on reality of many animals around the world. Together through proper education we can raise the bar around the world for improved animal welfare. Pictured is Noah, a puppy mill survivor, Karen adopted Noah from her first puppy mill deployment. To date his health has improved greatly and enjoys his new brothers and sister and a big fenced in yard with green grass. A life of no hope to heaven on earth.