Update on Urgent Dogs

Adult Lab mix, very sweet and good-natured dog, was dumped along side the Interstate, is a bit lean but not emaciated, ~45-50lbs – claimed by owner

Young Dachshund.  Very happy, very friendly dog.  Kind of lean, but not skinny … kinda muscular for a Doxie.  ~12-15lbs. – accepted by 4 Luv of Dog Rescue

Young Terrier mix (Westie?),  a  little timid at first, but very sweet.  ~15-20lbs. – accepted by 4 Luv of Dog Rescue

Adult Golden Retriever, friendly and easy-going.  ~60lbs. – claimed by owner
The following dogs need rescue commitment by 4pm on Wednesday, August 25th:

Young Husky,  your typical happy-go-lucky, wiggle-butt puppy.  Going to be a good sized dog,~35-40lbs. right now.  – claimed by owner
The following dogs are in a regional pound and needs a rescue to take them in:

Urgent: “Hooper” Male 5-6 month old Lab Mix. – accepted by another regional rescue
The following dogs need rescue commitment now:

Two , 5-6 month old black lab pups, one male and one female (see pic of Lab #1 and Lab #2)
The following dogs will need rescue commitment by the end of the week :

German short hair pointer, liver and white, male, ~ 5yr—Very nice, thin dog, likes to be pet and is very friendly! Owner has been contacted but unfortunately has not yet claimed the dog.

About 4luvofdog

We are a 100% Volunteer run, non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing and rehoming dogs. ~2013: We are proud that we accepted into our rescue 109 dogs from local pounds last year. That is in addition to the 107 dogs from various regional pounds and the 174 owner surrenders that we took in. We also took in 71 dogs from the Wheatland puppy mill, and had 47 dogs born in the rescue. That’s a total of 508 dogs! In 2013 4 Luv of Dog Rescue adopted out 495 dogs! We are based in Fargo, North Dakota. All of our dogs are in foster homes, our facility, or are being cared for at local boarding facilities. When accepting a dog into our rescue program we will not discriminate based on breed, age, size or medical condition. All dogs will be treated equally and every effort will be put forth to find the dog a new home. In order for us to continue saving the lives of dogs, we must have the foster home and monetary resources to care for them. Please consider helping us to save these dogs by becoming a foster home or making a monetary donation. With your help, together we can make a difference in the lives of these unfortunate homeless dogs. We receive NO government funding and rely upon grants, fundraising and your generous donations to pay our expenses. Thank you!
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