Brevard North Carolina Real Estate Blog: Emergency Dog Rescue - Brevard, NC (near Asheville and Hendersonville) - UPDATED

Emergency Dog Rescue - Brevard, NC (near Asheville and Hendersonville) - UPDATED

UPDATE - 12/11

GREAT NEWS!  George and Gustav were reunited with their owners today, Giovanni and Biskit are in foster or rescue. The only one left is litte Gilligan. We think we have a rescue group in DC who can take him in January so we'll be looking for a foster home to look after him until then. I'm thinking that foster home may be us!

 

Thanks for everyone's comments, reblogging, and support!

 

Carol

 

PLEASE HELP!!!

Each of these dogs are scheduled to be euthanized on Tuesday, December 15 if we cannot find homes for them.

PLEASE forward and repost this to anyone and everyone you know who might be able to help.

Bickit

Biskit XTRA ASAP! 

Bluetick Coonhound, Hound Mix
Size: M Age: Adult Gender: M
For more information regarding Biskit, please call 828-335-6458 or email conniemcnab@yahoo.com
Evelyn Bridges ebridges@citcom.net
SPONSORSHIP FOR VACCINATIONS AND NEUTERING TO APPROVED RESCUES. http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/NC650.html 





George 
Yellow Labrador Retriever Mix
Size: S Age: Adult Gender:
Sponsor and transportation available to qualified rescue. Connie McNab 828-335-6458 conniemcnab@yahoo.com  OR Evelyn Bridges ebridges@citcom.net



Dog rescue Brevard nc
GILLIGAN
 

Hound, Boxer Mix
Size: M Age: Young Gender: M
This pet is: not suitable for a house with cats

Please contact Evelyn at ebridges@citcom.net
OR Connie at 828-335-6458 conniemcnab@yahoo.com Sponsor and Transportation available to qualified rescue. http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/NC650.html 



Dog rescue Brevard nc
GIOVANI
 

Shetland Sheepdog Sheltie Mixed
Size: S Age: Adult Gender:
Please contact: Connie 828-335-6458 conniemcnab@yahoo.com OR Evelyn ebridges@citcom.net  Sponsor and transportation available to qualified rescue.







Dog rescue Brevard nc
GUSTAV
 
German Shepherd Dog Mixed
Size: L Age: Adult Gender: M
For more info please contact: Connie 828-335-6458 conniemcnab@yahoo.com 
He will be fully immunized, Heartworm tested, and neutered before adoption. Sponsor and transportation available to qualified rescue.http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/NC650.html

 

 

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Comment balloon 5 commentsCarol Clay • December 10 2009 06:46PM

Comments

How is this possible that these dogs cannot find good homes? So sad.

Posted by Melissa Zavala, Broker, Escondido Real Estate, San Diego County (Broadpoint Properties) about 9 years ago

That is really sad that they can't find homes. I don't understand why animal shelters don't take advantage of dog farms or something like that.

Posted by Donna Harris, Realtor,Mediator,Ombudsman,Property Tax Arbitrator (Donna Homes, powered by JPAR - TexasRealEstateMediationServices.com) about 9 years ago

Sometimes it is more than I can stand! Dogs don't stay long at our animal shelter. They're given about a week or so, and that's it. It's a terrible situation and only through the help of a vast number of volunteers are we able to find homes for some. It truly breaks my heart.

Posted by Carol Clay, Broker/REALTOR, Brevard NC Real Estate Specialist (Looking Glass Realty) about 9 years ago

Hello Carol,

What a heartbreaking post.....I will gladly reblog and help spread the word to help save these 5 dogs lives.  It's ashame that your animal shelter in Brevard, NC does not keep them longer than a week or so.  I truly hope these dogs can be rescued, fostered or adopted & euthanasia is not the outcome for them.  So sad....

Rita

 

 

Posted by Rita Minion (O'Brien Realty) about 9 years ago

Thank you Rita - it's criminal, really. A group of volunteers has been working for years to get a new shelter. The money has been allocated by the County, we just need to find the land. But there needs to be a shift in the way they think as well. The shelters in the surrounding counties are either no kill...or low kill. Dogs in this county don't stand a chance. But I blame the owners as well. George was left behind when his owners moved! Who does that! I'm actually thinking about taking George in...even if just as a foster home until we can find a full time place.

Thank you again for reposting this.

 

Carol

Posted by Carol Clay, Broker/REALTOR, Brevard NC Real Estate Specialist (Looking Glass Realty) about 9 years ago

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