'Latest News' Archive for March 2011

ADOPTED!! Dayzee

Posted Mar 23, 2011 at 7:25 pm in Latest News



CongRATulations to the King family!

Dayzee would have a very sad story to tell, if she could talk.  Her owner gave her away, “free to good home.”  The rest of the story we have pieced together from volunteers who helped her.  While the former owner was at work, Dayzee was left in a crate on her doorstep in the middle of a winter storm. She had obviously given birth to puppies, because she was full of milk, but the puppies were nowhere to be found.  Poor Dayzee was not only frantic, she was skin and bones and extremely ill.  When she was discovered on the doorstep, the former owner immediately took her to the shelter, where she had dumped another dog earlier.   A kind volunteer stepped in and took Dayzee to the vet, and got her to one of our ResQ volunteers.  Dayzee is about 5 years old, and is as sweet as they come.  She is doing very well, and has gained back to a very healthy 12 pounds.  She has learned to trust humans again, and is very happy in her foster home.  She is a lap dog who loves to sit in your lap and keep you company.  She gets along with the other 9 dogs in her foster home, and likes men and women equally well.  Dayzee loves to sleep with her human, but she is also crate trained.  She is housebroken with a doggie door.  We believe that Dayzee is the mother of another ResQ dog, Weezie.  Weezie came from the same household, and there is obviously a relationship between these two sweet girls.  Dayzee should be ready for adoption as soon as she is in tip-top shape.  (A little good food and some spoiling should take care of that!)  For more photos of Dayzee in her foster home, check here:  http://ImageEvent.com/coram/dayzee

ADOPTED!! Weezie

Posted Mar 19, 2011 at 9:26 pm in Latest News


CongRATulations to the King family!

Weezie lost her home when her human mom and dad divorced, and she had no where to go but the shelter. Because she was so terrified and confused at the shelter, she had stopped eating.  A caring shelter volunteer asked ResQ to take her. Weezie is four years old, and weighs about 10 or 11 pounds. Weezie has her full tail, tipped ears, and according to the shelter volunteer, who was her temporary foster home, is good with children. Weezie is housebroken with a doggie door, and is getting along with all of the dogs in her ResQ foster home. She loves to chase birds in the backyard, and once she gets comfortable, her true personality shines.  She’s a great little dog!  But it will take her about a week to adjust to any change in environment. Weezie needs someone who would enjoy a true lap buddy.  She loves being held and snuggles up tight to her fostermom.  Weezie thinks burrowing under the covers at night is the best thing in the world!  She walks wonderfully on a leash, and is a good car rider!  (although she sometimes likes to help drive)  She is very quiet and super sweet.  Weezie would be a great apartment dog, and would blossom if she could be socialized by her new family, so she could enjoy the big, wide world without fear.  Weezie is long-legged and very small, she doesn’t take up much room.  Don’t you have a little spare room in your lap for Weezie? For more pics: Click Here