Class of 2015
Loved meeting everyone at the Dog Days of Summer event in Greenfield.
Get to know each other. Samson kept giving Allie kisses.
was the perfect mother to our pups, Gideon and Emma. Check out her appearance in Gideon's video - she comes in and checks on the pup when she thinks they get too rowdy.
You'll see Allie come in and check out the pups when she thinks it gets too rowdy.
Carmine is an example of a moderately active dog. He likes to run around and play, but tires quickly and know how to enjoy a nap.
at the shelter, on the day we rescued him!
For people that don't crate their dogs regularly, they may think it's cruel. Carmine shows us that a crate is a dogs safe spot. If Carmine wants a minute alone, he knows where to go.
has the cutest smooshy face!
Here's Dakota posing at the Stutz Business Center during our Ride to Rescue
Dakota has a lovely temperament and enjoys posing for the camera.
Dallas's first knee surgery, performed on 11/11/14 was a success. Our gratitude goes out to Dr. Lee for his time and talent and to the staff of Brookville Road Animal Hospital thanks for making Dallas's stay as comfortable as possible. Dallas is recuperating in her foster home. Stay tuned for updates!
When a dog is rescued from a shelter the trip home is called the freedom ride. We're declaring that when a dog is rescued from running the streets the trip home is called the safety ride.
Dallas will sleep safety tonight, in mi casa.
is a good girl at doggy daycare! This picture really shows her rear leg luxating patellas. We're grateful to everyone that had donated to Dallas surgery fund. The money collected will pay for corrective surgery, rehabilitation and training.
being re-crate trained...
Dallas in full regalia at the 2014 Christmas Gift and Hobby Show!
Squishy face Dory leaves the Indianapolis shelter.
around the neighborhood.
and never coming back! Look at that heart shaped nose.
enjoys a good belly rub
went as the Good Witch for Halloween
Clean from the bath, fully tummy and a warm spot in a safe home.
with CDT Alumni Theia. Theia is convinced she can fit in that lap too!
Phoebe will need a couple of vet visits this week to determine our course of action to help this gal be the healthiest and happiest pup she can be.
We met Phoebe during our Kennel Enrichment Day of Service at Indianapolis Animal Care & Control.
Quinn is home at last with the Wheeler family and Bella.
is still enjoyable even with the cone of shame
Happy to be recuperating in a clean and friendly foster home.
meets KEP program coordinator Liz on his way out of the shelter.
So much support from our friends and fellow volunteers at the shelter for Oakley on his way to safety!
Casa del Toro volunteer David gives Oakley a lift to his waiting freedom ride!