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He came to us this past Sunday afternoon in pretty bad shape.  A kind person had spotted him along the highway and brought him to us. With his skin infected and not able to put any weight on his front leg, we felt he must have been hit by a car.  In spite of his injuries we found him to be a sweet loving fellow and couldn’t help but love him instantly.  We named him Oscar.

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One of the many things Larry and I have learned in almost 20 years of rescue work, is that when you get up in the morning, you never really know what kind of day it is going to be.

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We’ve been good all year and hoping Santa knows and just might send us something for Christmas!

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Looking back on this year of 2014,  we just had to pause and reflect.  The following is  just a few of the many things all of us here at Rescue K911... are so very thankful for…

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Rescue K911 is proud to present our Fall Foodball Fundraiser with you, area football fans in mind. First place winner will win this beautiful, impressive, hand hewn,  one piece Eagle teak sculpture. Measuring 24″ x 35″ tall, and weighing 46.5 pounds. Sure to bring you many years of beauty and team pride.

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words…well some might be worth even more. We’d like to thank Diana Bunch of Pet Pawtography for coming out to Rescue K911, donating her services, and taking such beautiful pictures and video of our rescued dogs. She was so very patient and captured the essence of each one…”Thank you Diana!”

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family1Hi Friend:

Hoping you have been having a fun summer.  It sure has been busy here at Rescue K911, but we wanted to take just a moment to let you know of some of the great things that have been happening.

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mabel1Dear Friend:

Sunday, May 4th: She came to Rescue K911 just this afternoon.  An elderly yellow lab in pretty rough shape. The man who pulled up our driveway said he found her along the roadside, laying in a ditch. She had a hard time walking, she had a cyst on her right hind quarter and pretty bad diarrhea. We really didn’t have the space, but we couldn’t turn her away. We took her in, made her a soft bed, along with our other elderly residents in Shadows Rest. We named her Mable.

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mothersdaydogMother’s Day Poem
From Your Dog:

You feed me when I’m hungry,
You keep water in my dish,
You let me sleep on anything
Or in any place I wish.

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housebuildHi Friend:

If you were to come out to the rescue these past few months, and take a look around, you just might  notice some changes…maybe the sound of hammers, smell of sawdust… and notice  work being lovingly done…all in an effort to make the dogs stay with us better until adoption. Larry and I couldn’t do this work alone, finding ourselves always in need of helping hands.

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