Lifeline Puppy Rescue has been busy!
Earlier in October, the shelter rescued 11 puppies from different parts of New Mexico that needed urgent lifesaving medical care and that had been scheduled for euthanasia.
"They came to us in horrible condition, and eight of the eleven puppies were hospitalized," said Scott Cromer, director of outreach with Lifeline Puppy Rescue. "However, after two long weeks every puppy survived and all of them are doing great! We can't thank our staff, volunteers, and supporters enough for all their hard work in saving these puppies. Thankfully we partnered with the Wags and Menace Foundation to establish a new medical fund that ensures every puppy receives the lifesaving care they need."
All but two of the recovered 11 puppies have found homes and there are other rescued puppies--from as far away as Mexico--that still need homes too.
Call Lifeline Puppy Rescue's hotline at (303)-655-9696 or email email@example.com for more information about a puppy. Some of the puppies available for adoption may be in foster care. All of Lifeline Puppy Rescue's puppies are $200 and include 30 days of pet health care insurance, a free veterinary wellness exam at over 55 participating vet clinics, and pet training referrals. Adopters will receive $50 back if they prove the dog has been spayed or neutered. You must be over the age of 18 to adopt.
Check out this week's adoptable puppies!