Ariel

Ariel

Ariel came to us in October of 2018. She is a year old female terrier mix. She weights about 25 pounds. She was rescued from LA when a woman found her in May dragging her legs in their backyard, they suspect a hit by a car. Their vet had a grim diagnosis so she reached out to a rescue who brought her to CT. After they got their specialists involved and her treatment had begun my cousin Glenn reached out to me and asked if I could help. I met her and instantly fell in love. No purer a love than a young dog that has not known abuse, this girl doesn't know she is different, she just wants to be a puppy and to get love. She is now ours and we are working toward seeing how much healing can be done for Ariel. She is getting top notch treatment, food, supplements and has had all her needs met. We have a link on this website to our wish list on Amazon if you feel so compelled to help us in any way. Her progress will be marked on our SARAH RESCUE Facebook page so like that if you want to stay up to date. You can never underestimate the power of love in the healing process.
Benedict

Benedict

Benedict came to us in June of 2018. At 12 years old the only family he knew could not keep him any more so we took him in. Unneutered, over grown with hair and pencil thin, this boy was very closed down when he came. After a few days as he was feeling better he became very aggressive toward me, I couldn't handle him or even walk by him without him attacking me. We had him neutered and called in a dog trainer and an animal communicator who both helped us help him to adjust to his new life and understand that he was safe with us. He is now very well adjusted to his new life and his new family. Patience is sometimes required with rescue dogs. They get confused and need time to understand their new home. We are glad we stuck it out with Ben as we love his quirkiness and funny ways.
Cheech

Cheech

Cheech is a male chihuahua who came here in February of 2017. He fell off the couch of his owner and could not walk so after a few weeks of anti-inflammatories they felt his chances for recovery were none so they signed him over to the Veterinarian whom contacted us and we gladly took him. He has rallied well here. He clearly has some permanent nerve damage but his mobility has been incredible with raw diet and supplements plus chiropractic adjustments and B shots in his acupuncture points. He is an absolute joy to have with us. His personality is so upbeat and he loves chasing leaves out in the backyard. We hope our boy has a long healthy life with us.
Kira

Kira

Kira came to us in February 2018 at 12 year old after her owner died and no one in the family could take her. It has taken her awhile to warm up to us, sometimes when you live your whole life with one person and they pass they don't want to bond, but she has slowly opened up to giving us a chance to love her here. She has bad knees but that's it. We have her on a good quality diet with supplements to ease the pain in her knees. She is a spry old gal and she has gotten to know and like Cheech so they wrestle around with the stuffed carrot now and again. Dogs are resilient but we have learned that sometimes when a dog does not want to go on after an owner passes they soon will pass too. Happily in this case Kira has decided to enjoy the last part of her life here with us.
Honey

Honey

Honey is a 11 year old female puggle mix. She came to us in February of 2010 from a Veterinarians office in Bridgeport who found her tied to their office door one morning. She has some compressed discs in her back so her struggle is her back end and having the ability to void her bladder completely every time she urinates. This makes for an one day up and one day down life for Honey. She gets a good diet with supplements and chiropractic adjustments to keep her mobile. Honey gets along with all the dogs and is very independent. She goes out that dog door and can be out in the fenced yard for hours prowling for uninvited guests. She is a pleasure and a wonderful playful senior.
Thresa

Theresa

Theresa came to me from a private person in Virginia in 2009 at 12 weeks old. She was born without a fully formed front right paw so was not able to find a home out of the litter they had. She is a pit mix and a very loving dog. She loves people and has had a very healthy life here with us as part of the SARAH RESCUE sanctuary dogs. She gets a raw diet and plenty of supplements so that the weight bearing on her right shoulder doesn't cause her any problems.
Helen

Helen

Helen came to us in 2009 at one year old. She is a beautiful yorkie female. She had been abused and neglected and injured in a way that paralyzed her rear legs and fractured her front paw. Her owners never got her medical treatment so by the time she came here her disability was permanent. But it is only physical. Our Helen has an incredible spirit and soul. Gentle and loving, our little girl has been such a gift to have. She loves kissing everyone, even the other dogs and can sense when one of the others doesn't feel well. Sensitive and perfect in every way that is important we keep Helen healthy with a good diet and plenty of supplements plus chiropractic adjustments.
Caleb

Caleb

Caleb is a male terrier mix that came from Caroline County Animal Shelter in March of 2006 at 6 months old. The reason I got him was because he was deaf and no one would take a chance on him. The funds to care for Caleb are not taken from SARAH RESCUE but from me. We use hand signals to communicate with him and since he knew Max from the shelter they get along famously.
Caleb

Max

Max, a beautiful red hound, came from Caroline County Animal Shelter in January of 2006 at 4 months old. He was from a litter of two and the other pup did not make it. We suspect whatever that pup had Max had also because he came with an edge, something that caused him to be a bit off. He was my husbands dog and when my husband passed in 2008 we tried to rehome him but his behavior was too erratic so he became part of my pack. The funds for him do not come from SARAH RESCUE but from me personally. He behaves well for me and now that he is a senior he has mellowed into a couch potato.

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