A few weeks ago, Loved at Last Dog Rescue was involved in the rescue of a dog in Iran with a severely fractured jaw. Champion was unable to eat and was slowly starving to death. Thanks to the rescue efforts of some concerned citizens in Iran and Loved at Last Dog Rescue, Champion received desperately needed surgical treatment and medication and is well on her … Continue reading AN UPDATE ON SOME OF OUR SPECIAL DOGS: Champion is healing well, and the Mexican puppies have all found their forever homes!
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.
Loved at Last Dog Rescue was originally founded as a collaboration between two dedicated dog-lovers -Jan Olsen and Sue Bridger. They were determined to create a rescue organization that could reach out across borders to help suffering dogs. Along with volunteers who were also passionate about the welfare of dogs – Jan and Sue wanted to fill a need; helping unwanted dogs – especially those … Continue reading A VERY SPECIAL RESCUE: Passionate dog-lovers and volunteers strive to make a difference for the world’s forgotten dogs.