This is from a local rescue, not HRI...
Great! Thank you so much! Here is her picture for you to post.
Some information. Well she is not potty trained, but she is the sweetest dog you will ever meet. She loves to be with people and gets along great with other dogs and cats as well. She is up to date on all of her shots and has had a de-wormer. She is also spayed. She's from a puppy mill in Oklahoma. I rescued her from an auction. You can put my website up on the forum as well: web.mac.com/rachaelsrescue so people can familiarize themselves with my rescue. I am a 501(c)(3) so part of the adoption donation is tax deductable.
She's really a great dog, but will need a patient family who is willing to house train her. Possibly a family with a yard who can let her out a few times a day.
I am new as of January, but I have had a lot of success in placing dogs. I don't do it full time, but I have placed about 10 dogs so far. I have rescued from local shelters, but my main mission is to go to puppy mill auctions and get the dogs that look like they are in desparate need of help. Sometimes I buy them, and sometimes, the people at the auction will give them to me if they are unwanted by the end. It just depends on the situation. As I get to know the auctioneers more, I hope to not have to buy dogs anymore - it just doesn't feel right - I hope to eventually just get all of the unwanted dogs at the end of the auction that they are going to kill. But you have to form a relationship with the auctioneers first, and I'm working on that.
Feel free to ask more questions!
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