NEW: Our annual Amazing Raise fundraiser has begun! Check out the details here to see how our teams are doing in the great race toward securing funds so SAINTS can continue to help special needs animals.
Rescue has good and bad days, happy and sad days and somedays are mixed up with both.
Following great success in late 2020, we've opened up our merch shop again for a limited time
Sometimes they need a little extra time and effort to recognize the home of their dreams.
Some dogs pose a risk to others, sometimes to other animals, sometimes to humans, sometimes to both. We have a few of those here and we love them.
we have lost 4 animals recently and gained 3 new ones with a 4th soon to come in.
I forgot that it is not the image that matters, it is the work that we do.
This is Quinn at 7 months of age. He is one of those “special” dogs that sometimes come to SAINTS even though they are not palliative or senior but he was very much a “special needs’ kind of dog.
One because the new posting format has been difficult for me to navigate and Two because my head has been filled up with other stuff which had little to do with the animals.