We have been hit hard recently by many urgent medical issues and of course our first and foremost reaction is to help those unable to help themselves. We are on a mission to save as many lives as we possibly can and without your financial help, we cannot support that mission. Please consider contributing to our medical care campaign and know that every penny we … Continue reading Medical Care Costs Campaign -please help!
All of our adoptable canines are up to date on age appropriate vaccinations, spayed/neutered (puppies at 5 months except for xlg breeds – they are altered at one year. We do have a “Foster to Adopt” program for our puppies so that they are able to be placed in approved adoptive homes earlier but, not officially adopted until they have been altered), micro-chipped at … Continue reading Adopting From This Rescue
BE SPECIAL: ADOPT A DOG WITH SPECIAL NEEDS Their bodies may be imperfect, but their spirit remains intact. So it is said about the special needs dog. Although caring for one can be challenging, more and more people are opening their hearts and their homes and adopting them. For this reason, more and more dogs who might otherwise be euthanized are being given a new … Continue reading ADOPTING A SPECIAL NEEDS DOG
THE JOYS OF ADOPTING A SENIOR DOG How many times have we humans heard the expression, “You’re only as old as you feel”? And why is it that some days, despite our actual age, we feel younger than we are, while other days, we feel older, much older? So it is with our canine companions. What constitutes a senior in one breed may be an … Continue reading THE JOYS OF ADOPTING A SENIOR DOG
WHY SPAY AND NEUTER YOUR DOG? The problem of dog overpopulation is a global one and requires a solution on a global scale. But like every journey that begins with a single step, this particular journey must begin with every dog owner in every town and every city in the country. Those conscientious owners who act responsibly by spaying and neutering their cherished family pets. … Continue reading WHY SPAY AND NEUTER YOUR DOG
SOS: Keeping Dogs Safe in Disasters As unpleasant as the prospect may seem, planning for emergencies may mean the difference between life and death for the canine member(s) of your human family. And while the ASPCA has designated September National Preparedness Month, all conscientious dog owners should ALWAYS be prepared. Simply put: if a situation is dire for you, it’s equally dire for your dog. … Continue reading SOS Keeping Dogs Safe in Disasters
Bloomington Herald Times – A little kindness goes a long way Please open your hearts to donate time, money, items –anything you can to help all the dogs at OLBH. It does take a village to do this sort of work – join us if you can! WTHI-TV interview with Alia Blackburn Wonderful story which aired on October 3, 2016 which helps one understand … Continue reading OLBH in the News