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A part of every sale by the iHeartDogs retailer is donated to Higher Good, which helps assist numerous charities. Due to clients such as you, comfortable endings, just like the one beneath, are made attainable.

Hazel was closely pregnant when her earlier house owners deserted her at California’s Porterville Animal Shelter. The power is open-admission, which means they can not flip animals away. Sadly, this additionally means they have to euthanize when house runs out.

Whereas puppies have a superb opportunity of getting adopted, the identical will not be at all times true for mama canines.

Photograph c/o Shelter Transport Animal Rescue Crew (START

Fortunately for Hazel, the Shelter Transport Animal Rescue Crew (START) pulled her from the California kill shelter and despatched her on a 780 mile journey to the Newberg Animal Shelter in Oregon.

Not solely is Newberg a no-kill facility, in addition they have a better variety of keen adopters. In accordance with her buddies at START, she was “scooped up and adopted virtually instantly!”

Photograph c/o Shelter Transport Animal Rescue Crew (START)

Hazel’s adoptive mother says:

“Hazel is the sweetest, most stunning and excellent canine on this planet! She is the right addition to our household. I can’t imagine how a lot she has blossomed since we adopted her one month in the past. She was so timid and frightened simply however is now loving life! She goes to the park day by day and offers me such pleasure. We’re a match made in Heaven.”

As an official associate of iHeartDogs and GreaterGood.org, the Second Probability Motion funds air and street miles from high-risk shelters to the security of  no-kill rescues. While you purchase Second Probability objects within the iHeartDogs retailer, you assist save the lives of canines like Hazel.

Would you like a more healthy & happier canine? Be part of our e-mail record & we’ll donate 1 meal to a shelter canine in want!

Tags: california, higher good, mama canine, oregon, pregnant, Second Probability Motion™, START Rescue