Circle Of Hope K9 Rescue

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22 puppies have arrived in need!

Posted on October 28, 2016 at 1:25 PM

To those of you who have adopted from us thank you! You are the best of the best and we know how much you love your COH pup! Today however I ask that you and others who know how hard we work to find great homes for our great pups to look deep into your heart and see if there is a way you can help.

Circle Of Hope K9 Rescue has taken in 22 puppies and 5 kittens!!! 8 of them are only 3 weeks old and another 9 are barely 6 weeks old. A very old Rat Terrier has joined us as well. The kittens...

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Fosters needed

Posted on November 14, 2014 at 11:25 AM

It is a cold brisk day today, with winter coming we will see many more. Like many of you I am sitting here in a warm house happy to be inside for now. Unlike many of you I will be headed outside several times today to make sure our kennel dogs are well and as warm as I can help them be…it breaks my heart that they have never known the comfort of a warm home and a loving family and that they face another winter alone in kennels waiting to be found….

With their best interest ...

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CJ was caught in a small animal trap leg mangled

Posted on November 12, 2014 at 5:10 PM

CJ is an 8 month old female Chihuahua puppy who somehow was caught in a small animal leg trap. She is in desperate need of surgery to remove her mangled and destroyed leg... she has been such a good patient and will be suc...

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Mom and newborns dumped in ditch

Posted on August 2, 2014 at 7:15 PM

Today I got a call regarding a mom and puppies dumped in a ditch in rural Gibson Co. TN. Needless to say I jumped in the 4Runner and drove straight to them on this hot hot summer afternoon. Unfortunately two of the 9 pups had already died and the other 7 hot and dehydrating.

I will do my best to keep this little family alive and make mom healthy and happy...she is very frightend as you can imagine. I wish I could say this was an uncommon occurence in my area but  it is not.


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