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Tadpole, the Brindle Pit Bull Mix, Has Found His Forever Home!

Tadpole, the Brindle Pit Bull Mix, Has Found His Forever Home!

We are happy to announce that our sweet brindle pit bull mix, Tadpole, has been adopted to a loving home! He is roughly 3 years old and his new name is Oakley. He will live in his forever home with a loving family in Bradenton, FL after being rescued from death row in Manatee County, FL.
Recent Adoptions

Recent Adoptions

We haven’t been posting a blog entry for every dog that’s been adopted recently, so we’re going to post all of the recent adoptions right here in this post! Enjoy the happy tails
Shiloh (deaf) and Blanca Out on the Town!

Shiloh (deaf) and Blanca Out on the Town!

Two of our rockstar volunteers Deb and Margarita understand just how important it is for a dog to socialize and have fun! Just like people, dogs are intelligent and crave friendship and socialization. Shiloh and Blanca had a great girls’ day in Lakewood Ranch and we know they’re grateful to our awesome volunteers for the mini vacation!  P.S. Check out those sweet #UnforgettaBULL t-shirts!
Sanctuary Spotlight: Hero's Story

Sanctuary Spotlight: Hero's Story

I’m Hero! People who know me say I’m a big mushy faced love bug who is just as sweet as can be! People who don’t know me decided to call me a ‘dangerous dog’ because of a big misunderstanding. You see, I was in a home once after being rescued from a life of neglect and abuse. Somehow I got out of the gate one day and decided to go on an adventure. Looking back, that wasn’t one of my best decisions but I can’t change the past! Anyways, while I was...
Betty: Grey Muzzel, So Whatzzle

Betty: Grey Muzzel, So Whatzzle

Betty (affectionately known around here as Betty Boop) was pulled back in 2013 from our local Manatee County Animal Services when the dog overpopulation called for more kennel space. She arrived at Animal Services after being confiscated by police when her owner was evicted from his home. She found herself middle-aged and homeless, and it wasn’t her fault. She came to us 5 years old, thin as a rail, heartworm positive and sassy as all get out. Two days after being sprung from the...
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