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Susie is an ball of fun! She was surrendered to Circle of Hope by her owners. They did not have time for her.
Whatever her parentage, Susie loves people and other dogs! She's also very food motivated - while taking pictures of her, she thought she was going to get treats, and kept sitting pretty, just waiting. It was challenging even getting her to stand up for a body shot!
When Susie first arrived at her foster home, she was placed in an outdoor kennel. Susie decided that kennel life was NOT for her. She wanted to be with her foster mom. She climbed out of the kennel time and time again, not to wander or run. She did not chase the chickens, nor did she look twice at the cats. She wanted to be in the house. So Susie moved herself right into the house. Not a single potty accident, gentle as a lamb. She was perfectly behaved. All she wanted to to be with her mom and the children that were there. Susie is extremely good with children of all ages and is also protective of them with the little dog that is not so good with children, Susie often corrects the little dog for barking at the 2 year old. Susie is extremely intelligent!
This beauty is Apollo. He is a young boy who is active and always happy. Need a hiking partner? Here's your man!
Look at that sweet face!!! Olivyah and her brother, Oliver, were taken to a high kill shelter when they were very young. Just the two of them, all alone. Luckily, they were scooped up by our rescue and taken to a foster home. They were so happy to be out of that scary place, but they still cried for their mother for many days.
Olivyah's brother is adopted, but Olivyah is lstill looking for that special family to love her forever. She was born mid February, is spayed and ready to be a loving devoted pet.
Olivyah is a typical puppy. Happy, silly, loves to play and have fun .She loves her foster dog and cat siblings and plays well with them all. Nothing better she loves than a romp in the yard! She is a tad shy when she first meets a new person, but her curiosity wins and she warms up very quickly.
Our mission is to function as a never ending circle of hope, to find the lost, the neglected, the thrown away and unwanted, the injured and sick, to give peace to those who suffer and hope to those who need it most by giving medical attention, love, kindness and a home that will love them a lifetime. We strive to educate all we can about the pet overpopulation issues faced in this country, to teach and show the importance of spaying and neutering, as well as routine care and the need of companion animals to be part of their human family.
Our Vision is to join hands across the country and expand our circle of hope and compassion, educate on responsible pet ownership and extend our hands to those in need regardless of how many legs it walks upon.
Join us in our mission! See our vision of hope and watch the circle grow. You can make a difference. If you have room in your heart to give or room in your home to share with a foster, we would love your help.Contact us today for more information!
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