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Posted in In the community on July 19, 2016   |  by Gary Burger

Stray Rescue Puppy Adoption

Our family summer (and maybe longer) project is fostering puppies for Stray Rescue. These are dogs that are abandoned or needed rescuing and are looking for a good home. Our kids love to help us take care of them - but its hard to give them to their new owners when they look like this.










Many great institutions rescue dogs, but we have chosen Stray Rescue to volunteer.  We have fostered two rounds of puppies so far and pick up our next group later today.  Three puppies can be a lot of work, but its worth it. The more you give the more you get. The kids love to help clean up after the pups (not).

Stray Rescue is a no kill shelter at Jefferson and Pine - to visit their website,
click here. They do amazing work for severely abused dogs and strays.










 Our adult dog Jackson (pictured above) has found his calling and fathers and herds the puppies. He loves it!!!  BUT our dog King is scared to death of the little puppies, and hides up on our dining room table to be safe (he is 60 lbs).

To see dogs at Stray Rescue available for adoption, click here. To fill out an adoption applicationclick here. If you are interested in a super cute puppy and want to visit the ones we are getting today, email me.