In February 2019 we were contacted in helping with a rehoming for a Lab puppy in South Carolina. The current owner was not able to keep the puppy so we agreed to take the puppy into our rescue and find her a new forever home which didn't take long. Ella was cleared with a clean health record and ready for travel. On March 22, 2019 we drove Ella to her new forever home in Massachuetts. We are so happy to see her grow and enjoy her new home and family. We want to thank the previous owner for reaching out and wanting the best for Ella and to her new forever family!
Ralphie was rescued by us in July along with all his brothers and sisters and Mom. Within a month everyone was adopted but Ralphie. After a failed meet and greet where another larger dog attacked Ralphie he became very timid. Another month went by and no interest for him and another month nothing. We trained Ralphie that he would sit for treats, walk on a leash, house trained, crate trained, got along with cats and other dogs his size or smaller, loves car rides and most of all loves his blanket and still no interest. After a few months of no interest the owner of RTWC adopted Ralphie. She could see a special talent in Ralphie and they became best buddies. Ralphie is in training to be an Ambassador for anti bullying. Ralphie goes on long transports from SC to MD with us and his sister Opal. He is such a fun silly dog with manners says his new forever Mom. Congrats to Ralphie and his new journey in living the good life!
This is Lincoln Brown formerly Lil Brown, he is the son of Felicia. They spent 8 months together in the county shelter. His story is much the same as his mother Felicia and he too got his spirits and happiness back! We rescued and transported him to his new forever home in New York where he doing great with his new family. We are so happy and thankful to have been his rescue and giving him a new chance at a wonderful life! (to read more of his story visit his Mom's page Felicia)
Felicia formerly known as Freda spent 8 months in the county shelter along with her one year old son. They were in the shelter due to their owners were on trial for non violent felony criminal charges so once the trial was over and they agreed to owner surrender her and her son they then became available for rescue. Another rescue pulled her and her son one day and then returned them to the shelter the very next morning, they said they were too aggressive. I made a phone call to April who in return got us a foster and we pulled them from the shelter the day they were to be euthanized. Since that time we had her fully vetted, spayed, groomed and worked with her daily but within three days of having her with us she did a complete 180! She was running around playing with the other dogs, eating with the others dogs, liked our cats, loved to go out in the back yard and sit in the sun, went for walks on a leash, we got her house trained and crate trained and she loves baths. Her little spirit and happiness had returned. We were so happy to have a wonderful lady come visit her, the meet and greet went great she warmed right up to the lady. She was adopted! She has made a new friend with their dog and she is doing great in her new home! We are so grateful to have been able to be a part of Fellicia's new journey!
This young dog stole the heart of his new Mommy from day one she saw his picture. He was adopted on July 23, 2016 and traveled to her on July 31, 2016 where as you can see they are both in a world of happiness together! We wish Loki all the best and we love that upside down smile you sport so well! <3
Star was adopted on July 23, 2016 buy a wonderful family in Ohio. She made her journey to them on July 30, 2016 where she is now living a wonderful loving life. She is making new friends and such a cuddle bug as you can see by the pictures. We are very grateful for her and her new family. We wish you all the best and shine bright Star! <3