This dog was found in one of the primary areas of assistance for Sandy Dog Nannies. What we learned about Pit Bull culture in this area was astounding. People breed Pit Bulls, sell each pup for $100 (without any vetting or shots), dogs live in apartments and never go outside, some are chained inside, at some point in their lives, usually between the ages of 2 and 5, these dogs will end up in a kill shelter and are promptly killed because their owners can't/won't care for the...m. (We had no experience with dog fighters to our knowledge. Those folks would not ask for anyone to help them care for their dogs). Many of the dogs in the area received the first vetting of their lives after the disaster with the help of the Rachel Ray ASPCA shelter, us, and other organizations on the ground assisting the animals and their owners. We insisted every dog we helped be spayed and neutered (through free services). Some people refused our help because of that requirement. We still believe it was the right thing to do. This is a serious cultural problem. Please spay and neuter your dogs (and cats). Don't let puppies fall into the hands of dog fighters or kill shelters.
Justice for Copper!
Abused with open bite wounds, flea ridden and left for dead, a young Pitbull puppy was found zipped up in a blue duffle bag on the front st...eps of Bobbi and the Strays. On Saturday afternoon, a volunteer, back from a dog walk, found the blue duffle bag. When the bag was opened, there lay Copper, curled up tight in a ball shaking from the cold and unresponsive. A large, open bite mark was noticed on his rear leg. Copper was rushed to our local vet. Upon examination by the vet, Copper was emaciated, severely dehydrated, barely able to stand, and had an extremely low body temperature. He was also more than 15 lbs. underweight with fresh bite wounds, as well scars from old injures. Due to the nature of his injuries, it is clear that this little fella was used for bait. The Freeport Police department is involved. It is also our concern that there may be more from his litter. Dumping animals and using animals for bait are both criminal offenses.
Please help us find the person/s that did this to Copper. If you have any information that can lead to an arrest, please contact Nassau County DA Animal Crime Unit at 516 571-2245.
It will take extensive resources to rehabilitate Copper back to a healthy, stable condition. If you would like to donate to help with his ongoing medical costs, please donate through (our PayPal account) http://www.bobbiandthestrays.org/donate1
or mail a check to:
P.O. BOX 170129
Ozone Park, NY 11417
(Please note that your donation is for Copper)
Any Nannies want to help transport a dog to foster home the weekend of 3/28 - 3/29? Popeye the Pointer X needs a lift from a TN shelter to a foster in Montpelier VT. The route goes from Fayetteville, TN through Roanoke VA, Harrisburg PA, Morristown NJ, Albany NY, and Rutland VT with many stops and transfers all along the way. If you will be travelling along the route and wouldn't mind picking up a companion in need please email email@example.com to offer assistance. The underground canine railroad needs your help!
60 Dogs were rescued yesterday from a terrible hoarding situation in Eden, Vermont. These dogs need vaccinations, spay/neuter, and general medical attention (lots of it). They've set up a Go Fund me site to pay for the medical expenses. Let's help them out!! http://www.gofundme.com/n9ujmg
Folks in CamelsHump area and hikers, please keep a lookout for these 2 dogs.
Lost our two dogs, a couple of Vizslas, around Camel's Hump on the Duxbury side. Missing since Friday, July 25th. They are red coated, one about 25 pounds and t...he other about 50 pounds. They are both wearing tags and most likely together. If you see them on your hike today, please call Kika Bronger at 802-734-8898. Thank You!
Can anyone help this kitten in Vermont?
Golden Huggs foster mom, adopter, friend and ultimate volunteer Maureen Kahill-Brown and her family who live in Poultney were hammered by last nights storm/torn...ado. Trees everywhere and Eric's car totaled by a tree that fell on it. Maureen told me it "sounded like a freight train was going through the house" and "we ran around shutting windows" and " you can see the path in town the tornado took" and "it looks like a war zone but our house is still standing - we have no power so the kids are with friends, Eric and I need to stay in the house for the dogs". Amidst all the chaos, Maureen and her husband Eric were told by a neighbor he "saw something fly through the air" but he didn't know what it was. Eric heard a cry and took off slogging through downed trees and storm aftermath where he found a kitten!!! Cold, shivering and in shock they took her home and nursed her through the night. She is doing well today and saw the vet. So...what do you do with a kitten when you have 5 dogs to take care of in a house with no power? You look to your community to help!!!! TWISTER a female kitten that needs to find a home! Please message me if you can help Twister with a home of her own! Please share TWISTER in hopes we can get her a home!
These are Puppies!!! And they need help getting to foster homes. Looking for drivers on 1 to 2 hour legs in IL, OH, PA, NY, CT. Please share!
Vermonters: Not often we get a transport going through Vermont. Please contact A &B if you can this pretty girl to her forever home in Maine!
Truly heartwarming. But puppy where were you from September 2012 until November 2013?
Your family dog is lost during Hurricane Sandy. After searching and giving up hope, 1.5 years later you decide to adopt a dog. You head to the Mo...nmouth County SPCA, meet with an adoption counselor and plan on meeting some dogs.
The adoption counselor brings in your first candidate and guess what; it’s YOUR DOG!
Lucas came to the Monmouth County SPCA in November and had been waiting for his forever family. Volunteers have even said he seemed like he was looking for someone. Now we know Lucas (who’s real name is Reckless) was searching for his family!
Photo by Rusty Rembrandt Studio
Attention Vermonters: Susie needs a lift Saturday morning from Springfield, VT to Bennington. Anyone available to give this girl a ride to a foster home? Contact Sandy Dog Nannies of Vermont or firstname.lastname@example.org
English Setter, Susie, needs a lift from Springfield, VT to Bennington, VT on Saturday morning (4/5). Anyone available to help transport? Please message us! This is the first leg of a transport to PA to a foster home for Susie.
Sliding. VT style! These dogs are experts. It's not new but too cute!
Hey Vermonters, Big Bono is in Springfield, VT. He is being fostered by dog trainers, but now that he has polished up on his manners, he needs to find a forever home, so another dog can take his foster spot. Let's help Red Hook Rescue find this boy's soulmate.
SPRINGFIELD, VT: Bono is a 5 year young, 70lb American Bulldog mix who is full of joy. He loves to be outside and play. He loves other dogs his own size (no cat...s, though, he loves to chase them). He loves people, even weird or annoying ones. Are you looking for more love in your life? Consider big Bono! Contact Red Hook Dog Rescue to meet him! (He is neutered, UTD on shots, healthy, etc etc)
I wanted to take a minute to thank all of the people at Sandy Dog Nannies of Vermont for connecting us with our wonderful Alexa a year ago January 20th. She is ...such a special girl and we love her more than words can say! Thank you to her original momma Christina Mascuzzio for entrusting us with your baby! She has brought such joy to our whole family! What Sandy Dog Nannies does is change lives. Alexa has certainly changed ours! TY! TY! TY!!!
****Please Re-Post!**** Sugar Babe was spotted today, 11/18/13, standing in the road at the intersection of Lamore and Discovery Roads in Essex. She ran up a st...eep embankment and out of sight. Lots of trails on top of the ridge. She still has on her orange collar so PLEASE keep an eye out for her and call me (802)233-5005 or Jay (802)578-5061 ASAP.