Hello my name is Dolly. I was born June 1, 2013 and weigh 12 pounds. Because I am a cute, brown, hypoallergenic miniature poodle I have lived most of my nine years as a breeding mom at an USDA approved large breeding facility in Tennessee. When I was retired I lived for a short time with the Mississippi vet where I became up to date on all my vaccinations. I have been in foster in Westwood, NJ for three days now and everyone has noticed that I am happiest when I am sitting in your lap. It’s true, I am! In your lap I relax, I melt and I am content. I am in awe of all the kind people I have met in such a short time. Me and my two cousins also chocolate poodles from the same breeding community have been doted upon by my foster mom. She has given us lots of love and lots of things to explore when I am outside the home base of the inside pen and the fenced in backyard. I love learning new things and I am surprisingly I am not a fearful one, I just don’t want to be left alone. When she had to leave she had me visited three times by this sweet trio of girl scouts and also a mom and son volunteer team, and then there is her husband and I just love everyone. I am super social they say! I am also super curious. I want to learn about everything. But I just want to know that someone kind is near me making sure I am okay. They say I would be great with a retired person who would love to have me in his or her lap most of the day but will also hang outside with me in the backyard. I am active and athletic. I haven’t had much time to learn leash walking or “housebreaking” that is why I need to be brought outside a lot. Because they made me have so many litters in my nine years (and one was very recent as you can tell from my underside) they say it is possible that I will need a combination of frequent walks and wee wee pads for the rest of my life. Maybe. This is not my fault of course, and if that is okay with you, that is perfect for me. If not, sadly, we are not a match. They say I am super smart and affectionate. I just want to love you and be your forever pet. And speaking of pets, since I adapt so well with other dogs around they want to adopt me in a home that has another dog to mentor me and cuddle with when you are not available for that. After all I did for the world completing families with my many litters and helping support the workers associated with the breeding facility Peace4Paws wants to make sure all my needs are met. To make me your adoring forever daughter please visit our website www.peace4paws.org and fill out an adoption application. P.S. I snore at night. They say it’s cute!
Row for Shiloh Date: Saturday, July 16, 2022
Time: 12:15 to 1pm
Address: Row House, 275 Pascack Road, Washington Township, New Jersey
Contact for tickets: Email: Deanna email@example.com Call: 201-431-7444
Please support sweet, homeless, housebroken Peace4Paws pup Shiloh by joining us for the full body strength and cardio event “Row for Shiloh” Saturday, July 16 12:15 pm held at the Row House of Washington Township, NJ. This forty five minute class is a great way to get a great workout and help the rescue dogs at the same time. We are fundraising to provide for Shiloh’s medical and behavioral needs. Currently, young adoptable Shiloh is the shining start of a River Vale boarding facility. You may have seen her walking around River Vale with some of the Peace4Paws volunteers. Shiloh thinks boarding is her home and Peace4Paws want her to re-discovers life a family pet. Considering fostering or adopting a one and a half year old shepherd/hound mix Shiloh? She would need an experienced adult only home, preferably all female. Shiloh has had lots of training with her previous family. They choose to surrender her one heartbreaking day because Shiloh’s energy was not being fulfilled due to change of routine going back to work and kids schedules becoming too hectic. Additionally, the family was not prepared for her mouthiness that increased with her lack of exercise. Therefore, she was returned. She was then in a foster home who loved her, but was returned because the landlord would not allow a dog over 35 lbs- Shiloh is 40 lbs. Shiloh needs a specific type of family to foster to adopt her.. This playful beauty Shiloh is a true rescue that lives up to her name, Shiloh, meaning “His gift.” Her lucky family is out there somewhere! While we continue to look for that ideal foster or forever home match for Shiloh, your support is much appreciated. If you are not available to attend “Row for Shiloh” July 16th 12:15 pm please consider sending in a tax deductible donation at www.peace4paws.org or even becoming a volunteer walker for Shiloh. Thank you so much.
As we know little Veronica has survived being hit by a driver who left the scene on 8.17.21. She has been the model patient at both Oradell Animal Hospital and Garden State Veterinary Hospital. Sweet petite Veronica had her MRI today with the goal to get a complete diagnosis before moving forward with the other surgeries.
At this point, the surgeons have seen some compressive lesions of the spinal cord (changes from outside the spinal cord). It is non-surgical, they said. The prescription is rest. But they are still AWAITING the definitive report from the radiologist. So as soon as we can report that update, we will. But as per tonight’s discussion, there is hope for little Veronica. Please read on.
Dr. Post said, “In the rest period, we are hoping the body will heal itself. We are waiting for an indication that she will be able to walk again without pain.” We are hoping for that result to move forward to get “the FHO (which is to put the luxating hip back into place) and the tail amputated (as she will never have function of that again).“
Veronica is shy and sweet. As per doctor’s orders, paraparesis victim Veronica will be staying in her crate, quietly, for a few weeks. She will have to pee on her wee wee pads, so she needs a foster who can remove all those pads and give her lots of TLC. We have found someone to do that in Michaela Sorvino. She and her daughters are giving her lots of love. The daughters read books to her!
The prognosis is pretty good at this point, but not guaranteed. She does have some motor function. More on the left than the right. She can move around in her kennel. She is able to eat and drink. She is bright with a good demeanor. The pelvic fractures have to heal on its own. She does have sensation in her feet.
Under the pain management and anti-inflammatories and with tender loving care and love, she may be able to heal herself and then get the other surgeries.
The medical bills cumulatively will be up 15K or more if we proceed with all the surgeries. Our bill with Oradell Animal Hospital is 2k, and to date, our bill with Garden State Veterinary Specialists is more, and with surgeries on the horizon we hope!
Donations can be sent to the Oradell Animal Hospital account # 52652 Donation through our website www.peace4paws.org will be much appreciated. To kindly donate any amount small or large, please visit our website www.peace4paws.org or donate on Facebook. Thank you!!
Peace4Paws is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit public charity based in Northern New Jersey.
Since 2007, we have been dedicated to supporting sanctuary and forever homes for the animals retired from work in research and related fields as well as shelter dogs through our foster & adoption programs, fundraising events involving music, yoga, animal friendly events & more, plus student outreach to kids from kindergarten through college.
Research Animals Make Exceptional Pets!
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"If you have men who will exclude any of God's creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity, you will have men who will deal likewise with their fellow men."
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