Did You Know?
- In 2010, PPP fostered 32 dogs that were
adopted. Of these 26 were rescued from county shelters or pounds and
were in danger of euthanasia. The other 6 dogs were surrendered directly
to our rescue by their owners. These dogs most likely would have also
ended up in county pounds or shelters if we had not accepted them into
our rescue. All of these dogs were brought up to date on vaccinations,
heart worm tested, spayed/neutered, and fed by funds provided from
our rescue. All are leading lives filled with love because of the
work of PPP.
(Fairbanks) was adopted on March 11, 2011 by an Indiana
couple with 2 other Eskimo dogs. He is adjusting well to
their home, and they think he is wonderful.
This is what they had to say: "Great dog! This dog is as
much and more than we would or could ever have expected
from a rescue. "
golden/collie pup was adopted yesterday (3/22/2011) by a young
couple from Oberlin. They are runners, so Emmy will
really get her daily workout!
adopted yesterday (3/26/2011) by a great young couple
from Ann Arbor. Yes, I allowed them to adopt him even
though they are Univ. of Michigan fans...
adopted this weekend by a very spunky 94 year old woman
from MI. If I can be doing half of what this woman does
when I'm 70, I'll be happy...
Quigley Joe is
doing well with his new family from Canton, OH. He is
already potty trained.
getting used to his new family in Ottawa. He is still a
little skittish but doing better.
adopted by Jon & Julie Neu of Columbus Grove, so if you
get a chance stop by Indian Trail Nursery and say hi to
the new official greeter dog.
Greyhound mix was adopted.
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