Sheltie Haven Sheltie Rescue, Inc. — Part IV – Rescue dogs in need of furever homes
I am excited about a long-term Dog Photography Project that I am working on with the Baltimore Animal Rescue Care Shelter (BARCS) and other dog rescue organizations such as the Sheltie Haven Sheltie Rescue, Inc. Since Biscuit was a sheltie, I felt that we needed to include a sheltie rescue in this project in Biscuit’s honor. I hope to share further information in the future. You can view Part I; Part II; and Part III.
For now, I can share some color photographs of these doggies pictured below in the hopes that they receive furever homes! If you are interested in adopting any of these dogs pictured below, please contact the Sheltie Haven Sheltie Rescue, Inc. for further information. Please consider dog rescue! Biscuit’s story illustrates that we can make a positive difference and impact in one dog’s life.
Brief Description of the dogs in the order they are pictured below.
1. Maggie — is a retriever and chow mix who is 15 years old. Maggie is blind and she has some arthritis, and she has a very calm disposition. She loves one-on-one attention. Maggie is a very sweet and loving dog who is in need of a furever home!
2. Rock-It — is a male sheltie who is 13 years old. Rock-It is a special, gentle sheltie with a wonderful calm disposition who loves one-on-one attention who is in need of a furever home!
3. Angel — is a female shelite who is 13 years old, who acts quite young for her age. Angel is swift on her feet and she loves to run and play! Angel is in need of a furever home!
4. Spirit — is a male sheltie who is 9 years old. Spirit is very friendly and playful. Spirit is not fond of cars, and therefore requires a fenced in backyard. Spirit is a very playful dog who loves to play who is in need of a furever home!
If you want to adopt a rescue dog; donate money; and/or contribute your time to the Sheltie Haven Sheltie Rescue, Inc., please contact Carol Guth via telephone at 301-663-0635; or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more, you can also visit the Sheltie Haven Sheltie Rescue, Inc.’s website.
Also, during our recent visit to the Sheltie Haven Sheltie Rescue, Inc., we donated Biscuit’s remaining dog food to this rescue in order to help other sheltie rescue dogs.
Additionally, I photographed Carol Guth’s dogs — who were originally rescue dogs that she adopted as her own dogs — Whisper, Twist, and Jill! Aren’t they adorable! Carol is going to use one of these images, shown below, for her 2013 Christmas card! Carol Guth is the Director of the Sheltie Haven Sheltie Rescue, Inc.