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As you can tell, our latest rescue, ‘Buddy’ is all stressed out!! LOL He is a funny little fella that does not let his blind and deafness slow him down one bit!!

Happy Spring!!

We love you!!

Our Christmas letter for 2021

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year to our PomRescue.com family, friends and supporters! Thank you so much for your donations, support and prayers over the years!

2021 has been another tough year. We were still in ‘Pandemic mode’ and so many of the sanctuaried seniors needed critical care. In the last 12 months, we have lost FIVE of our sanctuaried rescues. We lost Georgie (the KelpieX that came in with Bailey the Pom) in Nov, 2020 right after I made the 2020 Christmas video.  She went in to urgent respiratory distress and was diagnosed with lung cancer. Then last Summer our 14 year old, rescued, Tibetan Spaniel, Ollie, passed here at home of age related heart failure. Just a few months after that, Angel’s, (one of our guardian German Shepherds), body gave out on her. She had horrendous arthritis, bad hips and various other ailments. Then in October(2021), Guardian, our biggest guardian dog, coughed a bit and seemed off. I took him to our vet and we did extensive blood work, xrays, and had checked him all over. It was found that he had a collapsing trachea and heart disease.  We thought he was doing OK, but just a few days later, we were in the kitchen and he walked over towards the refrigerator, fell over and didn’t take another breath. After speaking to the vet, she seemed to think it was a heart attack. Then less than a month after Guardian’s passing, our (rescued for 10 years) Pom, Mollie, stopped eating, could not stay standing, and could hardly breathe. She got her wings as well. Mollie had gone deaf, was mostly blind, had severe Dementia, and had a collapsing trachea for the last five years. As I am writing this, my heart hurts for them all and I miss them.

I am sorry for all the sad news, but I have good news to share as well.

Lucy, the blind, diabetic Pom girl has blossomed! With 2 doses of insulin a day, she has turned in to a gorgeous, happy girl! Trouble is doing fairly well with his diabetes  too. He gets 2 doses of insulin a day at the same time Lucy gets her’s. Tundra, Rider, Kelsey, Wolf are all doing good.  We have a new ‘guardian dog’ now. He is a German Shepherd boy named Chief. He has breathed new life in to us all and has become Wolf’s best buddy. He, Lucy and Wolf play all day and wear each other out! It is so wonderful to see them play like puppies as they remind us that life goes on.

On 12/20/21 We rescued ‘Oscar the Grouch’. He is a senior, blind, and deaf Pom boy who had been picked up as a stray. They told us at the shelter that he was a ‘grumpy, old man’. I’m not gonna lie- he is! LOL But if I had been lost, blind and deaf, put in a shelter and then taken home with strangers and a house full of dogs I don’t know, I would be a bit grumpy myself. We will love him, help him get adjusted, keep him warm and clean, feed him good food and get him the vetting he needs. Hopefully ‘Oscar the grouch’ will be a lot less grouchy, when he gets to feeling at home.

We wish you and your’s the happiest of Holidays and may 2022 be better than 2021! God bless you.

Big hugs-

Elaine, Ronnie,

and all the dogs of PomRescue.com

P.S.
We did not order the cards this year. Please see video below. Thank you!!

Our new rescue is here!

We picked him up 12/20/21. He is a little fella, about 11 lbs, is blind, mostly deaf and needs to be neutered. He was very nervous yesterday but has finally relaxed and sleeps tonight the ‘rest of the rescued’. Thank you for your support that allows us to rescue those like him!

Merry Christmas!

We have a new rescue coming in on 12/20/21 when his stray hold is over. That is if no one comes for him. He is older, grumpy and appears to be blind. I have been asked ‘What do the dogs need?’ It made me get serious about what we really do need, so I thought I would share. We have an Amazon wish list too. https://smile.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/39BPKVPRT6BXD/ref=nav_wishlist_lists_2?_encoding=UTF8&type=wishlist

Thank you!!

I have a ton of stuff in the basement for the rescues. I never throw anything away and always wash things and put them up clean. What we can use is:
medium collars, Med harnesses, 5-6′ leashes(I always give them away) sm-med dog clothes. Larger tough toys. (Chief will get a hold of them and swallow the small ones at least for another 2 years!) Dental care products(like the water additive, dog tooth paste and tooth brushes) Dry powder washing soap, & bleach. (the dry keeps our front loader washer from stinking! the liquid has sugar and feeds mold) Thicker, easy to wash baby blankets that I can fold up and they can make beds with. Dog treats and canned dog food. Baby wipes and dry shampoo! LOL I just remembered these when I had to clean up Lucy’s messy hiney! Rider has to have his behind wiped every time they come back in. That, his weight, horrible farts(LOL) and his constant barking is why he is still with us. I would hate to see what would happen to him, if he got with the wrong people! I believe that is why he got in such bad shape and ended up at the shelter to start with. They just didn’t want to deal with him any more and set him outside.

Ryder

I didn’t order the Christmas cards this year. I am sorry! Last year a lot of them were ‘lost’ and some came back in Jan & Feb! I wanted to wish you all a Merry Christmas, happy Holidays and a happy and healthy 2022! ? Elaine and the dogs of PomRescue.com

Happy Holidays!

Donations may be tax deductible as PomRescue.com inc is a 501c3 non-profit
THANK YOU and Happy Holidays to you and your’s!!
To donate online you can use our PayPal email address: PomRescueCom@aol.com
Donations can be made online by clicking the donate button below. Or you could mail your donation to:

PomRescue.com inc
PO Box 14
Roebuck C 29376

THANK YOU!!!

‘Giving Tuesday’

Last Tuesday was ‘Giving Tuesday’ and  soooo important to organizations such as PomRescue.com inc Shopping through our iGive link costs you nothing but helps us out! https://www.iGive.com/kg2sJk
Also shopping through the Amazon Smile link https://smile.amazon.com/?ref_=smi_se_saas_lsmi_smi generates a donation to us as well.
We also have a wish list on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/39BPKVPRT6BXD?ref_=wl_share
All donations go directly to providing for the animals in our care, and to the running of the rescue. As most of you know, we LOVE to rescue the ones in need. Over the last 18-19 years we haven’t turned our back on many with health & behavior issues, and senior dogs. In the past we have taken in the ones that others won’t. These last couple of years, due to the Covid virus, non-profits have been seriously affected. PomRescue.com is one of them. We have lost several of our Sanctuaried dogs, but we still have a house full that have special issues that still need taking care of. These include 2 seniors that have Diabetes and have to have insulin injections twice a day, and 4 with serious behavior issues that make them sanctuaried dogs. We are hoping 2022 will be a better year, especially for those dogs needing help.
We can’t do this without your support. We receive NO federal, state, city, or county funding. We run only on the generosity of our supporters.
So if you’re considering making a donation this Tuesday, will  you support us?
Donations may be tax deductible as PomRescue.com inc is a 501c3 non-profit
THANK YOU and Happy Holidays to you and your’s!!
To donate online you can use our PayPal email address: PomRescueCom@aol.com
Donations can be made online by clicking the donate button below. Or you could mail your donation to:

PomRescue.com inc
PO Box 14
Roebuck C 29376

THANK YOU!!!
Please note that we can no longer take in owner surrenders.
We are sorry to say that we do not take in owner surrendered dogs. Due to some bad experiences and our lack of foster space, we must save our spaces for dogs in immediate danger of being put to death at shelters.

November- the month of being THANKFUL

I have noticed in the recent years that I tend to enjoy Halloween, and then get so excited that I rush head long in to preparations for Christmas- even though my favorite Holiday of the year is Thanksgiving. The reason is, we don’t buy each other gifts, but we gather together to fellowship and be THANKFUL. After TWO YEARS of a Covid pandemic, I can think of so many reasons that I have to be so thankful! Every member of our family (that I can think of!) has had Covid, except Ronnie, myself, our oldest granddaughter, my mother-in-law and my sister in law. And they have all survived! Thank God! Our daughter and all four of her children had it at the same time, and they live all the way on the Gulf of FL. Then before that, our son had it really bad, but his wife and son had it but were not as sick and it didn’t take them too long to get over it.
I hope you all have survived, but more than that, have thrived this past year. It has certainly been a learning experience.

In the last 12 months, we have lost FIVE of our sanctuaried rescue dogs. We lost Georgie (the KelpieX that came in with Bailey the Pom). Last Fall, right after I did the Christmas video, she went in to urgent respiratory distress and was diagnosed with lung cancer.

Then last Summer our 14 year old, rescued Tibetan Spaniel, Ollie, passed here at home, of age related heart failure.

Just a few months after that, Angel, one of our guardian German Shepherds, body gave up on her out on her, she had horrendous Arthritis.

In October, Guardian, our biggest guardian, coughed a bit and seemed off. I took him to our vet and we did extensive blood work, xrays, and checked him all over. It was found that he had a collapsing trachea and heart disease. I thought he was doing OK, but just a few days later, we were in the kitchen and he walked over towards the refrigerator, and fell over and didn’t take another breath. After speaking to the vet, she seemed to think it was a heart attack.

Then last week, less than a month after Guardian’s passing, our (rescued for 10 years) Pom, Mollie stopped eating, would just fall over, and could hardly breathe. She got her wings as well. Mollie had gone deaf, was mostly blind, has severe Dementia, and had a collapsing trachea for the last five years.

There is so much to each of these precious soul’s story. I loved each one and they were our family. So many people don’t lose five dogs in a life time, and we lost FIVE in 12 months. This is a first. I know we take in the ’special’ dogs, which usually don’t have many years left, but it is so hard to lose even one. Some days I feel like I am one of the ‘Walking Wounded’. I am functioning. But I honestly am not sure how. If it were not for the other seven members of our pack, I don’t know if I could keep on going. Our ‘Wild Wolf Wolferanian’ is a bright spot of my day, distracting me and making me stay on my toes.
I want you to know that I really appreciate all of our friends and supporters. I am so THANKFUL for YOU!
Happy Thanksgiving!!

Elaine Harris President PomRescue.com

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