From a homeless beach pup destined for an early grave to the light of her father’s world, Scooby Dee reminds us that anything is possible ❤️
Just leaving Walmart and saw this sad boy wandering the parking lot. Every time I got close to him he ran away. As we were loading our groceries I turned around and he was standing right behind me – like a trick dog. I immediately recognized him as the pup Michelle Oakes and I spent an hour trying to catch last month. We came out of the store and he was sleeping under my truck. We took it as a sign. While he seems fed his skin is raw with mange and he looks so uncomfortable. He still has no intention of leaving this parking lot, so we gave him a big can of tuna and a bowl of water. He ate and disappeared as quickly as he appeared. We can all do our part to help. Keep dog food and water in your car so when you see a stray you can make their day a little better.
We had a little money left over from our last campaign so we were able to sponsor another sterilization clinic in Bacalar. Last week 22 more animals became part of the solution. We have provided just under 100 surgeries in the last few months in a town whose stray population is beyond heartbreaking. We hope to be able to schedule another one soon. Little by little we are making the world a better place for animals. Lots of love to Jeanette Basteri Roman, Génesis Del Ángel and Gustavo Ramon Martinez Ramos for doing what you do 💜🐶💜
All you need is love. And a bath. Alice has been here just over a month and she has recently started playing. Playing!! She spent a few weeks hiding and trying to make herself invisible. We let her set her own pace and didn’t try to rush her. And now… she’s being a dog! A happy, playful dog! 🥰
Handsome Chihuahua is looking for a family in Mahahual to love him (and let him sleep in bed). This 3 year old boy is desperately searching for his place in the world. If you are interested in adopting him please message us. xoxoxo
Carmen enjoying movie night on the couch with her foster family in Canada ❤️ It takes so much work to save just one dog…. to send one dog out to a better life… vet appointments to check for heartworm & tick diseases, treatment and meds if positive, getting a health certificate to travel, vaccinations, de-worming, back and forth to the vet – the closest is a 2 hour round trip, the specialty vet is a 6 hour round trip. Our day at the rescue starts early (when the dogs decide to wake up, happy sleeping time is over for us). Breakfast for 25+ dogs seems to take forever – everyone is on some kind of med or supplement… cleaning up after a house full of street dogs who love to pee wherever and whenever makes me sometimes question my own sanity. When we are lucky enough to get a dog out to a rescue, the airport is a 500 mile round trip (yes 500 mile round trip
🙂 ) But then I get pics like these. These pics make the chaos of everyday all worth it. Happy life baby girl! You deserve all this and more.
PS – this is not a cry for help… just a little about my day in case anyone thinks I just hang out and pet dogs all day 😜
We are happy to report that OSA is getting the care she needs for her staph infection and anemia. The infection is deep in the muscle and bone. Tomorrow she will go for follow up. We are grateful that we are here to pay for her treatment ($137 usd). If you’d like to help, our PayPal is [email protected]
Just a happy, fuzzy beach dog living the dream in NY. Thank you Ayelet Hen Schwartz for adopting and loving Miss Darby
🙂 I literally can’t believe how adorable she it!
Remember Aruba? The pup living on the street with the horribly cut paws? He is all healed and desperately needs a foster family / or a forever family
🙂 We would love to find him a home in Mahahual, Bacalar or Chetumal area. Please message me if you can help this sweet 8 month old boy. He is very loving and deserves to live a happy life ❤️🐾❤️