Thanks be to God for all He gives!!!
Late supper after 12 1/2 hour day $$!!
3 center cut pork chops, 3 boiled potatoes, a can of green beans, and coffee(of course!!😎)
1 03 hours ago
17.02.2019 г.Белгород Региональная выставка собак ранга САС-КЧФ "Грандэ Каникула 2019"🏆
⭐️ Чау-чау LOLLIPOP DJALO (БЕЛКА) - отлично, CW, CAC, Лучшая Сука, Лучший представитель породы, BEST in group- 3! 👏🎉🎉🎉
✂️Грумер - Татьяна Емельянова
🐕Хендлер - Ирина Волошкина
Update - Nico
On January 26th I headed to the Humane Society of Imperial County. I went to take a bunch of donated supplies to this little rural shelter.
I walked into one of the shelters buildings and saw Nico. He was sitting in his own kennel just staring around. He was pretty confused with all that was going on, but was a complete gentleman and very friendly.
I immediately started networking him trying to get a plan for him before I left. Every rescue I work with were pretty full so there was no exit plan for Nico. I had to leave without him and that was so hard.
This particular shelter is No Kill, but I think when you are a No kill shelter, people seem to think the shelters don’t need help. That’s furthest from the truth. These shelters like other shelters are slammed with tons of dogs.
Fast forward to last week. I knew we had to help him, but with that comes a solid plan, and a backup plan. The networking became an intense mission to save this old man.
Richard Maldonado A Chow Chow kinda guy (lol) started tagging chow people. He’s pretty awesome with tagging the right people. We’ve worked together many times saving countless dogs across the antelope valley.
He tagged Roxana Ho, who herself is a chow savvy advocate. She asked the right questions and requested the correct introductions. Today we did a meet and greet with her dogs and Nico and In standard Chow fashion they met and then ignored each other lol. But the meet and greet went well.
Tomorrow Nico will be going into his foster home.
He has a lot of medical issues going on, but the good thing is we can treat them to make him comfortable and content. He’s a sweet little guy with a frosted face and little old man walk.
Tomorrow I will be doing an updated medical post. We thoroughly vetted him to fully understand his needs. Stay tuned for the updates.
A special thank you to Devon & the staff of HSIC. Thank you to everyone who shared, pledged and sent good vibes for his successful rescue. Thank you Paul Young for driving the distance to get him to our vet.
Thank you WesternU Pet Health Center for all you have done to help him.
More updates to come.