Please watch and share this touching and inspirational video Born in Freedom, the story of puppy mill survivor Matilda and her 6 puppies who were born into freedom! We are pleased to report that Matilda and all her puppies have found their forever homes!
I would say that this sweet puppy is pretty darn happy in her new home, wouldn’t you?
Adorable, groggy puppy showing off his one of his best assets…. his cute little puppy teefs Bluuuuuurrrrrg!
Three week old piglet Pigalina has claimed 4 year old Pitbull rescue dog Levi as her best friend! The playful interaction was captured by owner Melissa Susko at her PIGS Animal Sanctuary in West Virginia. After being rejected by her litter, Pigalina will now live among the other animals on Melissa’s farm!
Taking her home for the first time, she looked at me like this the entire ride!
She is about 2.5 months. She is a rescue dog so we’re not sure what she is, thinking she might be a Lab/Shepherd mix. Our first dog passed away earlier this year from bone cancer, so she has rescued us as much as we rescued her!
In one of the cutest moments I’ve ever seen, 8 week old Pitbull puppy Clyde crawls up and snuggles with 10 week old baby Eisleigh! Their mom Brandi says that the two absolutely adore one another!
Visit more of these two adorable babies on instagram brandileigh080
This is our dog Jazzie-Ann, she is 2 years cancer free! I found a lump on her tail and thinking it was a bee bite, I waited a few weeks to see what would happen. In the meantime, her daddy took her for a walk in the park, let her loose and she got a cut on her front leg, so off to vet we went. I asked for them to do a biopsy and it came back as cancer. A few weeks later she had her tail docked and the vet said if she makes it 2 years without any other lumps showing up she’ll be considered cured!
We took her in a cancer walk in Wautoma Wisconsin last year as a first year survivor (this year no dogs are allowed on the grounds, which we are sad about) The American Cancer Society took several pictures of her in the walk.
Just a reminder to everyone to please consider any lump on your pet as serious!
Submitted by Pam Rehbein