'Latest News' Archive for December 2010

ADOPTED!! Tater Tot

Posted Dec 16, 2010 at 9:47 am in Latest News

Tater TotAdopted!

CongRATulations to the Reynolds family!

Have you ever seen an 8-pound Tater Tot? No? Well, now you have! This cute little guy was picked up as a stray in a very small rural Arkansas town. Luckily, he was brought to one of our vets. After a heartworm test revealed a faint positive, ResQ was asked to take him. Our vet told us he was cute, and he didn’t lie! See his cute little natural bob? Tater Tot is about a year old, and loves every living thing. He is affectionate and playful, and minds well, and will sleep in a crate or snuggled up in a dog bed. (or in your lap, which is his favorite place to be) He learned the doggie door on his first day in his foster home, and is already housebroken! Tater stands up on his hind legs and waves his front paws together, like he is begging. It’s so cute! This little guy may only need the first half of the heartworm treatment, so check back often to see if he’s ready for adoption. In the meantime, check his album, located here for photos of this adorable little guy.


Posted Dec 16, 2010 at 9:39 am in Latest News



CongRATulations to the Deigan  family!

 Alice is a sweet little girl, approximately 12 inches from floor to shoulder and she weighs 12 to 13 pounds.  She has long legs, a full tail, and is just such a beauty!  She was a stray in Arkansas, and was turned in to a shelter back in August along with her brother Alvin.  She is less than a year old, and full of life!  Alice is adjusting to her new name and being apart of a home again, full of human and furry family members.  Because she is a sweet young thing, she has lots of energy, but is content to just lay by your side and keep you company, no matter what you might be doing.  Alice loves to explore the backyard and chase squirrels or whatever she thinks might be living under the shed!  Her long legs make her fast and she thoroughly enjoys the freedom, peace and contentment of being in a home again. Alice is smart!  She listens well and is already crate trained. Do you need a sweetheart named Alice?  Be sure to let us know, so she can pack her bag for her trip home!

ADOPTED!! Chucky

Posted Dec 16, 2010 at 9:03 am in Latest News



CongRATulations to the Lustig family!

Little Chucky is a shy guy but it doesn’t take long for him to reveal his sweet and playful personality. He is a gentle, loving young boy – about a year old and 15 lbs. He is a long-legged (15 in. at the shoulder) tricolor rat terrier with a smooth coat and an 8 in. tail. He has button ears, a dark head and muzzle and brown eyes. Chucky plays very nicely with any size dogs and is gentle with children. He loves to snuggle and be cuddled and he’s perfectly willing to share you with other pets. He is still potty training and remembers to go outside about half the time right now. He walks nicely on a leash and rides quietly in the car. He is an alert watch dog but doesn’t bark excessively. Mostly he is a gentle little soul and would love to share a home with adults, children and other pets. See Chucky in photos & video here: http://imageevent.com/ratterrierresq/chucky

ADOPTED!! Bonnie

Posted Dec 6, 2010 at 8:49 am in Latest News



CongRATulations to the Docherty family!

 Bonnie is approximately 3 years old and weighs about 12 lbs.  She is housebroken and crate trained.  She gets along well with other dogs and hasn’t met a person she didn’t like.  This outgoing little flirt loves everyone and will even stand up on her hind legs and do a little dance for you.  We are not sure how she does with cats, but can have her “Cat” scanned upon request.  Bonnie was found on the streets and brought into a Florida shelter along with her brother, Clyde.  Unfortunately, no one came looking for them, so when their time was up, they became ResQ dogs. Bonnie is the more outgoing of the two and looks out for her brother.  That’s what big sisters do!  They can usually be found lying on top of one another in a little pile. Bonnie and Clyde are available for adoption together or separately.  View more pictures of Bonnie at http://imageevent.com/ratterrierresq/bonnie