Updated: Sep 11, 2022
Marisol, a beautiful, sweet natured border collie mix was sick with Parvo when Dallas Dog took her in. She was not eating. She was lethargic, throwing up, and had diarrhea!
Parvovirus is a puppy killer.
But we fight it. We always fight what we can overcome. The puppies we have saved from Parvo have recovered and grown to live full and happy lives. Our rescue depends on the generous contributions of our donors to save lives. Every dollar helps. Without you, we couldn't rescue. These pups deserve a happy life.
Thanks to the generosity and support of DogRRR nation, Marisol and her siblings were saved.
Look at her now. She is beautiful, healthy, playful and ready for her forever home.
Marisol is heading to Washington state very soon on transport! We know she will have the best life in her new state up north.
Transport is a fantastic opportunity for our dogs! We partner with three shelters in Washington state to send some of our dogs to find their forever homes.
Why do we do this? Texas has the largest number of dogs being dumped and euthanized. The number of requests we receive for help on a daily basis is overwhelming. We save as many as we can but we can only do so much. Washington state, by contrast, has not had to euthanize pets for space in over 10 years! They actually need dogs for their communities. This is where we come in.
Marisol will be apart of the life changing transport to a forever homes with a family who cannot wait to adopt her!
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Who is Dallas Dog?
Our rehabilitation efforts address the physical and emotional needs of rescued animals and prepare them for the second chance they deserve. You can make a difference by fostering, adopting, or making a donation toward these worthy animals.
Thank you for supporting Dallas Dog. Our mission is to create a safer place for animals by rescuing and rehabilitating those who are neglected, unwanted and abused across Texas or displaced by natural disasters nearby and finding them a permanent home. You can visit our website at www.dallasdogrrr.org to follow our amazing journey.