POSITIVE PUPPY (P)UPDATE!Whenever we have some positive news during these strange times, we’re happy to share it with our friends and followers. Plus, who doesn’t love some Friday cuteness to start off the weekend?
This post is way overdue, but better late than never, right? When the corona-virus outbreak hit, quite some of our volunteers and foster families left the island. Meanwhile the number of dogs in our care has only grown amid the pandemic. Read more »
We recently took in a dog family of three after being contacted for help by Eduardo. He shares their story with us: “It was a very hot August afternoon. Photography is my hobby and I was looking for a certain angle to take pictures of the landing airplanes at the airport. Read more »
Sometimes we’re lost for words, like in the case of Emilia, one of our latest rescues. WARNING ― distressing images!
Money was already tight, but ever since the pandemic hit our donations dropped to an ultimate low. While the daily care for our more than 100 dogs continues, we had to make the difficult decision to not take in any more dogs right now. Read more »
Everybody buckle up for yet another sad story… Sweet Annie was found by tourists visiting the island; emaciated, malnourished, and in need of help. Our recent rescues have pushed us well over our limit, and we are slammed full, but we couldn’t possibly not help.
It’s been a while since we last posted about Emma and we know that many of you are waiting for an update. Well, we have a lot of catching up to do…
Meet Luther. This guy was picked up as a stray one week ago on Martin Luther King Day. Seems he had been roaming for a few days already. He was scanned for a microchip right away but unfortunately did not have one. Read more »
No words can describe the suffering of this poor dog. Earlier today she was spotted at the parking lot of The Emma Church in Rio Canario; severely emaciated, extremely weakened, and totally helpless. We received a plea for help and went out to find her.