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D'Nude's Chinese Cresteds

The living condition of dogs owned by a miller
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These dogs were amoung those rescued from a mill bust in Sep., 06. Most have been placed in homes

Shelters and rescue homes across the nation are frankly overwhelmed with wonderful and loving animals in need of PERMANENT, committed and loving homes who have done their research and know that they are ready to take on a dog who may not have had the best start in life.

 

Many people think of mixed breeds when they contemplate rescue but purebred dogs of every breed imaginable, including Chinese Cresteds, find themselves waiting for homes as they sit in Shelters or are fostered by dedicated rescue homes everyday. Some of these  rescues come from individual owners who did not do their research before purchasing a dog and either bought a dog of the wrong breed for thier family or bought an ill bred dog with social issues from being improperly raised by an uneducated breeder or puppymill. Others have found their way to shelters because they got too old for their uneducated or puppymill breeder to sell for a profit and were taking up room and costing too much money to feed. Still others, like the dogs pictured above, come from puppymill bust confiscations. The lucky ones are taken in by rescue organizations who are trained to rehabilitate. The unlucky ones find themselves put down by overwhelmed animal shelters.

 

Taking in a rescue animal is a wonderful gift of love and devotion and literally saves a life. If you are considering rescue, do your homework first - research the breed (or breeds, if the dog is as mix) to make sure that the physical and personality traits of that breed or breed combination fit your family. Understand that nearly all rescues have special needs of some sort, many of which are temporary and some of which are not - you must be prepared to accommodate those special needs - from lack of potty training, to separation anxiety and fearfulness and everything in between before taking on a rescue animal - the last thing any rescue needs is to find a family and then be returned to rescue because that new family was unprepared.

 

If you have done your research and are ready to devote love, time, patience and understanding of special needs into a new family member and are committed to providing a lifetime home to a furry kid who needs his own home, then rescue is a wonderful place to go for that furry (or furless) kid!

 

Below are some Crested Kids currently being fostered by a wonderful Anchorage rescue group - Kitty & Canine Connection. There is a brief biography of each kid looking for a home to call his/ her own. Please click the Kitty & Canine Website Link if you would like more information on adopting any of these GREAT Crested kids.

 

www.kittyandk-9connection.org or you may also call Carol at 907-345-2096

 

 
 

Rescue Chinese Crested Powder Puff Boy
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CASH HAS FOUND A WONDERFUL FAMILY TO CALL HIS OWN!!!
 

RAY (top) & FITZ (bottom) HAVE FOUND A WONDERFUL HOME TOGETHER TO CALL THEIR OWN!!!

Life without a dog is like dancing without music. You CAN do it, but WHY?