Check this out!!!
Stephanie Leo, who teaches second language students grades 7-12 in the Avon Grove School District, reached out to me awhile back. Her students were doing a project where they wanted to do some research into how a person who is interested in adopting a rescue can choose the best pet for their families. The final product is this awesome video highlighting what a person would need to consider when choosing a pet for their home. The hope is that with this insight and education, people will be less likely to return theists to the a shelter or rescue. We are so grateful and so impressed with their work! GREAT JOB!!
Guess who's ready to be adopted??? Little Tulla Belle!
What's her story? Well, let me tell u.
She was found in North Philly as a stray. She was microchipped so I spoke to the owner. Turns out she gave Tulla Belle to her niece b/c she could no longer care for her. The niece did not even tell her that she was missing. More than that, when we had her x-rayed b/c she was actively limping, it told an even sadder story.
Tulla had NUMEROUS fractures of both her front legs that were in various stages of healing. She had one on her left front leg that was more recent - meaning it had probably happened a few weeks prior to her being found. We had more X-rays done than I could I even remember, had an ortho consult done at Mount Laurel. and had splint and dressing changes done to her front let EVERY SINGLE WEEK since the beginning of March. Finally.... after a zillion vet visits - this little girl is READY!!
She is spunky, full of life, and as happy as ever. See that smile?? That's her! She is great with other dogs and would be fine with kids. She is about 20lbs, spayed, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped.
Application can be found here: Our adoption app
They've arrived!! Our 2 newest additions - Sushi - a Border Terrier/Griffon mix (our guess) and Leah - a Baladi mix.
First - SUSHI!!
This little girl has been nothing but love and kisses since her arrival yesterday. Despite a heavy day of traveling, she still has such a happy, silly personality. She's amazing with other dogs and kids - has not been cat tested. She is about 1- 2 yrs of age and is about 40lbs.
She will be available soon - so get ur apps in!
Adoption fee includes health exam, full bloodwork, 4 DX, spay, microchip, deworming, up to date vaccines, and 30 days of free pet health insurance. Our adoption app.
Next our precious Leah!
Leah is Leo's sister - for those of u who follow us often. She, too, has been such a sweet and loving girl since arriving! She is adjusting so well and is just loving running around and playing with her doggie foster sister! She is also fine with cats and would be amazing with kids!
She is about 5-6 months old and is about 40-50lbs. Adoption fee includes health exam, full bloodwork, 4dx, spay, microchip, deworming, up to date vaccines, and 30 days of free pet health insurance. Our adoption app.
I need fosters who will take old, young, sick, healthy, injured, able-bodied, cute, ugly, highly adoptable, difficult to adopt, big, small, active, couch potato, headcases, and mentally stable dogs. I need fosters who will understand that every single solitary dog deserves a chance at living whether he is eight weeks old or eight years old. Whether she is psycho adorable cute or is missing teeth, has one eye and who has no fur. They all deserve a chance to live a life full of love, safety, compassion, and mercy – regardless of what breed they are, what they look like, or how old they are.
But I need fosters to do it. Remember this is temporary. So even if the dog is not a dog that you would normally adopt, that’s OK! Because you’re not keeping this dog. You are only the bridge between their old life and the new. You are going to be the one that teaches them, for the first time, what love feels like. You will be their first taste of good food that’s not out of a garbage can. You will be the first soft bed they ever slept in. You will be the hand that comforts , instead of the fist that punches. It will be the most difficult job at times but it will always be the most rewarding. These dogs will fall passionately, crazy, head over heels in love with you. And a lot of times you with them. Sometimes it will be easy, and other times it will challenge every part of you. But in the end you will have saved a life. Always always always, you will have saved a life. You will be the one to transform them. How powerful is that? No matter how easy or how challenging they are, you will walk away changed for the better. Always always always changed for the better.
My fosters will tell you that we are an incredible group. We support each other, celebrate victories together and mourn the losses together. Everybody has each other’s back meaning you will not be doing this alone. You will be constantly supported by an entire family of people that will be there for you.
If you are interested in Fostering, now is the time to step up. There are so many dogs that I’m trying to prevent from hitting the shelters and the only way I can do that is with fosters. A lot of these dogs will have no chance if they go to the shelter so I need to prevent that.
Any questions, send me an email RDRanimalrescue2014@Gmail.com and I will be happy to send you information about our program along with the foster application or click here to read more.
Come join our team - I need u! And more importantly, so do the doggies 🐶 ❤️
Our Mission Statement:
Rescue Dogs Rock Animal Rescue is a no-kill rescue based in Gloucester County, NJ and specialize in rescuing and finding loving, responsible forever families for homeless companion animals, focusing primarily on dogs and puppies of all ages and breeds.
Centered in the greater Philadelphia area, Rescue Dogs Rock Animal Rescue has more than 10 years of experience of animal rescue experience, serving the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware.
All of us at Rescue Dogs Rock Animal Rescue share a love and passion for animals. We use our vast years of rescue experience along with our desire to help animals in need. We are also dedicated to raising public awareness related to animal welfare issues. Through animal rescue and placement, animal advocacy, and education of the public regarding animal welfare issues, it is our hope that we may make a positive difference in the lives of animals.
We rescue primarily unwanted companion animals, focusing mainly on dogs and puppies of all ages and breeds. Many of the animals we rescue come from crowded animal shelters, abusive/neglectful situations, and private surrenders. In order to ensure our animals are adopted by loving and responsible forever families, we require that individuals/families interested in adopting complete our adoption process.
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Click HERE for information regarding our adoption process and for questions related to our rescues.