Sangji (pronounced like Angie with an ‘S’ in front) is a one year old pup from Korea with a compelling story. Sangji was born with a deformed paw and legs that are different lengths. He was barely able to walk and faced a life of hardship before intervention from a caring rescue organization in Korea. When he was rescued, Sangji was in very poor health. … Continue reading GIVING SANGJI A LIFT: A fundraiser to help a LALDR pup get platform prosthetics & a new lease on life!
What’s a better way to start the New Year than welcoming a new family member? Welcome Soya, a rescue dog from Korea whom Whitney and Ella adopted through Loved at Last Dog Rescue! Of course, as first time proud pawrents, pictures and videos are a must! As seen on Soya’s Instagram account, this happy pup has quickly settled in to her new life in B.C. … Continue reading HAPPY TAILS! Home, sweet home!
Many of us think of these words when we see people walking their beloved dogs – a sense of peace and contentment showing on both their faces. However, we often don’t know the full story of how these precious fur babies came into their human’s lives. Unfortunately, not all dogs have had a great upbringing before being rescued, but thanks to Loved at Last Dog … Continue reading “WHAT A CUTE DOG! I so want one! I want a dog to call my own!”
Christina Coe and her fiancé adopted their two lovely furbabies, Nacho and Sky, from Loved at Last Dog Rescue. Nacho was rescued in Mexico and Sky from Bali. These international pups have come a long way since they were found in need of food, medical care, and most important – a kind and loving forever home. Here is their adoption story, as told by Christina … Continue reading HAPPY TAILS! Nacho and Sky find their forever home!
Loved at Last Dog Rescue does not operate an animal shelter. We rely instead, on our compassionate foster families to take in dogs that would otherwise have nowhere to go. Some of these may be local dogs needing re-homing. Others are international arrivals that do not yet have a waiting adopter. Emergency cases in which a dog must be urgently moved due to special circumstances … Continue reading MAKING A REAL DIFFERENCE: Fostering rescue dogs saves lives!
Have you considered adopting a rescued street-dog, or better yet have you already offered one a loving forever home? Research suggests that former free-ranging (stray) dogs generally do very well when placed with a family that understands their unique needs. However, there is a lot of learning that must take place on the part of both the dog and the adopter. It is during this … Continue reading TIME-LOVE-CONSISTENCY: What every adopter needs to know about rescued street-dogs.