Benji was surrendered with his brother Bo. They spent the first few months of their life kept mostly in a crate together in a dark garage and did not have a bright future. Dogwood Animal Rescue accepted them, where they received the love, attention and medical care they so badly needed. Benji was soon adopted by a family that showers him with all the love, exercise and attention he deserves.
Bo was surrendered with his brother Benji. They spent the first few months of their life kept mostly in a crate together in a dark garage and did not have a bright future. Dogwood Animal Rescue accepted them, where they received the love, attention and medical care they so badly needed. Bo was soon adopted by a family that showers him with all the love, exercise and attention he deserves.
Davie was found as a local stray that spent his first few months wandering the streets with his litter mates. Dogwood Animal Rescue accepted Davie and gave him the training, socialization and love he desperately needed. Davie was adopted and is now living the life he deserves. “Yay Davie!”
Gidget was found as a senior stray, weighing only 3 pounds and wandering in a field with a severely broken jaw, a hole in her cheek, a poorly healed broken leg, rotting teeth and multiple infections. Dogma Animal Rescue accepted her and provided the medical care she needed. My family fell in love with this poor little girl and decided to adopt her. She’s now constantly showered with the love and affection she so desperately needed.
Katie was surrendered in poor condition, with rotting teeth and in serious need of pampering. Dogwood Animal Rescue accepted her, where she was adopted by a lovely retired couple that has plenty of time to spoil her and provide the love and care she deserves.
Max was filthy and covered in fleas and ticks when I rescued him. He was so scared but somehow seemed to know he was safe as soon as I put him in my car. Dogwood Animal Rescue accepted him and he was almost immediately adopted. Max went from being neglected to be cared for and loved forever, receiving the life he deserves.
Newman was a stray pup found wandering near the freeway in Fresno. Dogwood Animal Rescue accepted him and my family fostered him. Newman was adopted by a lovely, active couple that provide all the exercise, love and affection he needs. Have a great life “Blue Eyes!”
Ryan was found running loose, severely injured and scared after being attacked by another animal. Dogwood animal Rescue accepted him and provided the veterinary care he needed to treat his wounds. Today Ryan is happy and adjusting well with his new forever family that has another Miniature Pinscher to keep him company.
Sherman was a tiny 2.5 pound stray found in the Central Valley. Dogwood Animal Rescue accepted him and my family fostered him until he was old enough to be adopted. He’s now with his forever mom, who had recently lost her beloved Chihuahua and he's living life as her cherished and loved “best friend.”
Skippy was a newborn Pit Bull with a cleft palate and couldn’t nurse from his mother. I rushed him to Dogwood, where he was tube fed and kept warm. He survived the night and I drove him to a cleft palate rescue in Grass Valley the next morning. There he was tube fed every 2 hours and put in an incubator to keep him warm. Amazingly Skippy made it and is now thriving in his new home!
Watson was found as a stray pup with a broken leg. Dogwood Animal Rescueaccepted him and provided the medical care he needed. Watson was soon adopted by a loving, active family that gives him all the love, attention and exercise he can handle. You’re a lucky boy Watson!
Crocket was found tied to a tree in the backyard of an abandoned house. His owners had evidently had moved everything and left their sweet boy behind. Crocket was found covered in hundreds of ticks and had a broken leg. Crocket received the extensive care he needed from Greendog Rescue Project in Windsor and is now in a loving and caring home where he'll never be abandoned again.
These 5 tiny newborns were found abandoned in a field, severely malnourished and needed immediate care with no mother present for nursing. They became what we call "bottle babies", where they need to be bottle fed for the first few weeks of their lives. My daughter and I took "Cecil, Fergus, Quinn, Glinda and Elouise" to Dogwood Animal Rescue and they are now the perfect picture of health and happiness and are ready for their forever homes.
Tiny, sweet 10 year old Edith was given away by her owners who were no longer able to care for her. She was quite overweight, frail and has almost no teeth. Luckily for Edith, Dogwood Animal Rescue took her in and she is thriving in her foster home. Her foster mom says that she is as sweet as can be and really only wants to snuggle, be held and sleep. Enjoy the good life Edith!