November News and Have a HAPPY and SAFE THANKSGIVING


We took this adorable little girl in to rescue a week ago. We call her Lucy. She was left at the local Humane Society. A month later she was adopted but then brought back the next day. I do not think they thought she was blind when they adopted her and she was bumping into things. I picked her up (I believe it was the same day she was returned). She is blind from cataracts. I took her to my vet yesterday to try to piece together the puzzle of why she is losing weight, and has excessive drinking and urinating. My vet sent off urine and blood samples to a lab and we should know more in the next couple of days. She is beyond precious and sweet and very courageous! If you would like to help pay for her vetting and care, your help would be greatly appreciated!
Please enjoy being with your friends and family while staying safe. Make memories and live to enjoy them. Weather permitting our family will be enjoying Thanksgiving outdoors and our group will be small. We want all our family and yours to live for many years to come!
If you would like to help us during this time, we sure would appreciate your help! 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 28376

THANK YOU!!!

Christmas Poms & Dogs video preview 2020

I shot the video and pics for the PomRescue.com Christmas video and cards fundraisers on 10/11. Each year I swear I am never doing this again! But then the year rolls around and I repeat the madness. The vid/cards are our big fundraisers of the year, so there ya go! This is a preview to our craziness. I release the video the day after Thanksgiving. But if anyone is ready to donate early- that is fine too! LOL Our mailing address is
PomRescue.com,
PO Box 14, Roebuck SC 29376, or you can go to PayPal and donate to PomRescueCom@aol.com or donate here and use the Donate now button. THank you! Anybody think I should change the name of the rescue to PomsTestYou.com? LOL

October News

I think here are PomRescue.com we should call October, ‘Barktober’! I think we have earned the right to! We have been busy. Our board member Bonnie, facilitated the taking in to rescue, fostered and then placed a little cream, Pom girl. She was adopted last weekend. We LOVE it when a plan comes together! She has been getting happy pupdates all week.

Last Friday I picked up a little black Pom that was transferred over to us by another rescuer, that had taken him in when he was in need. She had him vetted and had intended to keep him, but he just was not a good fit for her pack. We are calling him ‘Cubby’ for the time being. He is being adopted in the next couple of weeks by a good friend that needed him as much as he needed her.  I have enjoyed getting to know this funny, sweet, tiny, precious guy!

Happy Fall Y’all!

It is amazing to me how fast the summer has passed. August and September are gone and now we are ‘pumpkin spice’ everything! It has been so very hot, I won’t really mind because I know cooler temps are on the way. Covid 19 has changed us all this year. I don’t think we will ever be the same. Now we hear that a dog has died from Covid. It has changed the way we rescue. It has changed how our supporters are able to donate. It has changed the way are animals are seen at the vet. We have put off well dog visits and vaccines.  Two days ago, we found out that Facebook was short of help and rather than contact me for the info they needed they decided to refund one of our birthday fundraisers in the spring. It may even be worse than that. We haven’t received payment for two of the birthday fundraisers so it may be a huge loss that will take a long time to recover from. It also casts a shadow of doubt on the legitimacy of our rescue. I want to assure you that we are a legitimate, 501c3. non-profit, charity. We go to great lengths to provide the proper info and fill out all the state and federal requirements each year to keep it that way. Here is the link to our credentials. http://pomrescue.com/blog1/?page_id=704 I want to thank you all for your support, friendship, caring and standing with us these last 16 years. Please stay safe. Take care of yourselves and your family. Things should be better soon! Big furry hugs- Elaine and the pups

We hope you had a safe and Happy Fourth of July!

Hello Summer! Please stay smart and safe!

Please enjoy being with your friends and family while staying safe. Make memories and ‘live like some one left the gate open’!

If you would like to help us during this time, we sure would appreciate your help! 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 28376

THANK YOU!!!

Want to help us a little?

PomRescue.com was officially welcomed in to the Chewy’s Shelter & Rescue Network a year ago today! This is a Shelter & Rescue Donation Program where for every new customer that makes a purchase through our link site, Chewy will donate $20 to PomRescue.com Inc. We have been shopping Chewy for a while now and love their customer service. Please save this link and use it for your next Chewy order. If you lose the link, I will have it posted on the PomRescue.com’s website. Please share! Thank you so much!!  https://www.chewy.com/rp/9429

What in the world?

I honestly do not know what to say about what is going on in the world today. A month ago, if some one had told me we would be staying at home in the middle of a pandemic, I would not have believed it. But here we are. It really hit me today when I went to our Vet’s office, and had to call them to bring out Trouble’s insulin to the car because we were not allowed inside. That is what all the vet’s are doing now to try to curtail the spread of the virus. It was surreal.
Many people will be impacted in many ways. Even if they do not get sick, the shutdowns may affect their livelihoods.
As a non-profit, depending on donations from kind people, we do not know how this will affect PomRescue.com. Dogs will continue to need to be rescued. The ones sanctuaried here will still need their medicines/food/care.
We will just do the best we can to get through this. One day at a time. Please take care of you and yours first, and if you have any left that you would like to donate, we will make it go as far as we can!
My thoughts and prayers are with you all and your families. We will get through this with God and by standing together.
Big hugs- Elaine

We have wonderful news!

We all need to hear some happy news … How about this? Prancer is being adopted! My good friend June, who has been an adopter for many years, has decided to make him part of their family. I LOVE this boy so much!  He is deaf, is not tiny, nor female so placing him with someone I know will love and care for him the rest of his life has me thrilled! June is not far away, so I know I will see him again. That makes this easier as well. He has follow up bloodwork for his thyroid meds, and I have him scheduled for a dental on 4/8. So we are aiming at adoption in mid April. I have told June that they can foster him for a while to see if he is a fit, but we both know her, and she won’t be sending him back 
Congratulations June Dreskin and Neal and Prancer! 

Pupdate on our latest rescue, ‘Prancer’

Our latest pupdate on our latest rescue, ‘Prancer’. This is how he looks at me when I call him in. Then he goes down in a play bow, does a circle and runs the opposite way! I thought he was totally deaf the way he ignored my calls. But I have since seen him respond to my claps. Sometimes I can catch his eye by waving a white paper plate. I am still trying to figure him out! I do know he loves kids and is very beta. He has not growled or picked a fight with anyone, and respects the big dogs to the point that I have to make them come in first before he will even think about coming on the deck. My vet called with his blood results and he is HYPOthyroid and will require meds twice a day. We just have to get the dosage figured out now. Then he needs a dental. He is a wonderful, 14 lb, senior, snuggley boy. I am guessing at least 14 years old.

We hope you had a Merry Christmas and will have a Blessed New Year!

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and Happy New year!


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