Ella is a 1/2 Great Pyrenees 1/2 Anatolian Shepherd. Ella’s mother was given away for free to a home where she was abandoned in a back yard without any contact, care, or love. Not surprisingly Ella’s mother had not been spayed so it wasn’t long before she had puppies with a Great Pyrenees who lived in the same yard. Sadly the father has since died from neglect. Only Ella and 2 of her sisters survived, and the rest of the litter soon died of neglect too.
Ella and her two sisters are now 15 months old. They are a little shy because until they were taken in by a rescuer they have never left their back yard. Ella had never been to the vet, and had never met a person other than her ‘owner’ who only showed up briefly to throw some food out for them to eat. We are not sure why, but probably due to oxygen starvation during birth, Ella has suffered a stroke. Ella was checked out thoroughly and her vet tells us that other than a permanent grin on her face, Ella has completely recovered and should do just fine. The young pups were living a life of social deprivation through no fault of their own, and eventually became suspicious and fearful of people and other dogs.
Ella (Right) with sister Emma
Eventually someone learned of the girls and their plight and negotiated with the owner to take them away. It was a difficult rescue, because the girls was fearful and scared as they were dragged from the only place they had known and put into crates and driven away. No time was lost in getting them to a vet for a complete evaluation. They have been spayed, given all their vaccinations including rabies, dewormed, and heartworm checked (all negative!) All Ella and her sisters need now is some one to love them and show them how to live a good life.
Ella with her mother.
Ella’s mother was just as little shy as her pups, but she was soon adopted. She has already learned to trust and love her new family, and is doing well. After all they have been through Ella and her sisters deserve to have a good home and a family to love and protect. Most dogs who have been abused or neglected become very attached and bonded to a new home once they learn they are safe and loved. These girls deserve a chance.
Their adoption fee covers all necessary vet care to include: spay or neuter (mandatory - no exceptions), rabies, microchipping and registration, all vaccinations (including all puppy shots, rabies, adult boosters and Bordatella), grooming, Frontline for flea/tick preventative, heartworm check if age appropriate and preventative, collar and 50% of basic training classes.
To learn more about Ella you can send an email to email@example.com or complete an online adoption application by clicking the orange colored text links at the top or bottom of this page. All of our young and adult dogs require a 2 week home visit before finalizing the adoption process. This is to help ensure it is a good match for all involved without making a final commitment. All of our rescues are in private homes and not available to be visited outside of showing times.
All of our young and adult dogs require a 2 week home visit before finalizing the adoption process. This is to help ensure it is a good match for all involved without making a final commitment. All of our rescues are in private homes and not available to be visited outside of showing times.
All of our foster
homes work with our rescues to ensure they are crate trained and most
are also housetrained. None of our foster homes have cats, so we can
only make our best guess as to how our rescues would do with cats.
We rescue from high kill shelters and once accepted into our program, none of our rescues are euthanized. We provide for all their vet care, socialization and training until an appropriate home can be found. We rely solely on donations and are a 501(c)3 Humane Society. The only support we receive is from donations from the general public.
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