ANNIE FINDS TRUE LOVE
True love really is worth the wait. Just ask Annie. When she arrived in September 2016, Annie was highly energetic and reactive to other dogs. But, she also had a lot of love to give so we started exercising and training her. Annie turned out to be as smart as she is athletic and over the next 2 years, 3 months, and 12 days, she became one of the most well behaved dogs in the shelter. Then, out of nowhere, Annie's knight in shining armor arrived.
Annie’s new best friend came to the shelter looking for love and Annie won him over by proudly showing off her skills. Thanks to you, our generous supporters, Annie now wakes up every morning in a nice home in the country with a big backyard, swimming pool, and a best friend who takes her everywhere with him. There are lots of other long-term shelter dogs still waiting for their true love. Will you help give dogs like Annie a second chance by donating today?
HAVE A HEART
In the first month of 2019, Corning's shelter dogs racked up over $1200 in vet bills. One of the dogs that needed medical attention was Puna, a nearly blind and deaf, 3-legged super senior with rotten teeth and congestive heart failure. Puna doesn’t have a lot of time left but she’s feeling better with meds and staying in a loving foster home until her time comes. In honor of Valentine’s Day, have a heart and donate now to give dogs like Puna a second chance.
MEET YOUR MATCH
Teddy is a mellow, medium-sized dog who adores people. Whether you’re out for a walk, hanging out in the yard, or relaxing on the couch, this lovable little guy is happy just to be around you. Teddy is about 6-years-old and around 40 pounds. He is good with children mature enough to treat him with respect but Teddy would prefer to your one and only pet. If you think Teddy might be your match, please submit an application today.
open your heart (& home)
Fostering is one of the best things you can do for a shelter dog. It gives them a chance to relax, stretch their legs, and let their true personality shine, which is especially important for dogs like Ava. Ava is a sweet, slow-moving senior who needs a warm, safe place to rest and gain weight before she can be spayed and listed for adoption. If you can temporarily open up your heart and home to Ava or another dog in need, please contact us ASAP.