Pupdate on Gabriel

This are photos of our journey with Gabriel, the German Shepherd we pulled from Greenville County Animal Control. Pls be advised that some are graphic in nature and may not be suitable for those that might be a bit squeamish.

Link to pics    https://photos.app.goo.gl/TJGudZgvfNg8p8vH3

February is Pet Dental awareness month

February is Pet Dental awareness month. Many veterinarians will run a special price for dentals during this month. A few of our sanctuaried Poms have already had their’s and have fresh breath and a healthy mouth! Did you know that bacteria from gum disease in the mouth can travel to the hearts and actually cause heart damage? We sure don’t need that!
So far SamIam, Sandy, and Kelsey were the chosen ones.

We have a special case arriving Tues 2/6

How would you all feel about donating for surgery to remove this mass on this German Shepherd lady, and give her a little time? She is also heart worm positive. I saw her and my heart twisted. She was still available as of Friday afternoon when I emailed the shelter. What do you think? If you are thinking of donating- we now have rescue confirmation. THANK YOU for your input!! I have talked to one of my vets on Friday afternoon and have given her the heads up that we will be needing surgery for this mass.
BTW- I posted this girl as FOUND earlier in the week, so she has come to my heart TWICE this week in separate posts! I know she is not a Pom, but I have said for years that Pomeranians are just little German Shepherds in a port-a-package! These 2 breeds just make my heart mush.
Oh and if you want to donate, you can mail to
PomRescue.com
PO Box 14, Roebuck SC 29376 or donate here on our site.
Elaine of PomRescue.com

We had SNOW!

In SC we don’t get snow very often, so when we do, it is an EVENT! As I let the dogs out to play, I grabbed my camera and took pics/videos. I hope you enjoy the excitement, yet peaceful, bit of our venture in to the snow. Please note that ALL the dogs are rescues.
Lets please save a life – opt to adopt!

Happy New Year!

We had a very merry Christmas and hope you all did too!

This years’ PomRescue.com Christmas video We hope you enjoy!

Here is this years PomRescue.com Christmas card video. We hope you enjoy!
Every year we make a pic for our PomRescue.com Christmas cards. The first time I did the shoot, I thought it was so crazy and hard to do, that no one would believe it. So I decided to set up our video camera to show all the nutty, and wild stuff that goes in to getting the right Christmas pic. Then I shared it with my and friends. They got such a kick out of it, that I decided to make it a tradition. So here we are 10 years later….. I hope you enjoy our craziness! If you would like to learn more about our rescues, visit and ‘Like’ us on Facebook .
Please share our video and donate if you can. In the past the Christmas fundraiser video donations sustain our rescue work well in to the summer monthes. Donations can be made online by clicking the ‘Donate’ button on our website, or by PayPal using the email address PomRescueCom@aol.com , or donations can be mailed to:
PomRescue.com inc
PO Box 14
Roebuck SC 29376

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Our Christmas blooper

Our annual Christmas video was posted after Thanksgiving. We had quite a few ‘bloopers’ so I thought I would share this one with you.
This is Cinnamon, our little ’spitfire’. The first month, I had to wear welder’s gloves to handle her as she would nail me every chance she got with her few remaining rotting teeth. She has come a long way, but has not lost her spunk! Cinnamon was was adopted out of a shelter, then brought back a couple of years later by the family of the adopter that had passed. She was in very poor condition! Fleas, skinny, rotting teeth, matted fur and to top it all off she had mammary tumors. We had the dental and the tumors taken care of. But when they were biopsied, one of them is a fast growing type of cancer. My vet believes she got it all, but we just have no guarantees that it might not pop up somewhere else.So we are determined to give this little old lady the best life she can have for whatever time she has left!

We are THANKFUL!

In this season of Thanksgiving, we want you to know that we are THANKFUL for our friends. adopters, and supporters! It really does take us all. Thank you so much!!!


For an up-to-date list of PomRescue.com inc’s Adoptable-listings, visit: www.petfinder.com/pet-search?shelter_id=SC153&status=A

The last five PomRescues

We have been busy! These are our  last five rescues:

Sunshine


Ryder

Cinnamon

SamIam

Honey Bun

Trouble! Trouble! Trouble!


Trouble was left at a shelter when he out grew a purse and we rescued him. He was a very active puppy and in to trouble all the time, earning every letter of his name – but we LOVE TROUBLE! Luckily as he grew – he discovered his acting abilities and has been featured in a few of our Doritos commercial ad contest entries. Trouble is sanctuaried here at PomRescue.com My daughter and her 3 children were here visiting from CA and helped me make this. It is actually Jenny’s puppet hands. They live very close to where the fires are now in CA. I hope this brings a smile in these very serious times,

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