Earlier in 2014, RedRover Responders volunteers deployed to Preston County, West Virginia, to help dogs rescued from an alleged puppy mill. Volunteers set up and maintained the temporary shelter, caring for the dogs while helping the local community. We recently received updates about some of the dogs we helped, and we’re so happy to share that they’re in their forever homes! These dogs would not have had a second chance at happy lives without supporters like you so, thank you.
Jerry Springer, a handsome springer spaniel, is now named Arnie and is loved in his new home. He spends his weekends camping and fishing with his new family.
Jax, a pure white Siberian husky with blue eyes, was adopted by a family who runs a daycare, and he’s now the “head greeter” to all the guests!
Skye, a beautiful rough collie, was adopted together with Lacey, a little Shetland sheepdog, and they are adjusting to their new forever home with one another.
Lady Bug, a senior springer spaniel, lives in a home with two little girls, and is adored by her new family!
These dogs might have never the second chance of a happy life and forever homes without you. Thanks to your support, the RedRover Responders program helps communities in need and gives dogs like Arnie, Skye, Lacey, Jax and Lady Bug the chance to feel the love and comfort of a forever home.
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