I received an anonymous message saying, “I think you should know what’s going on with some horses across the river.” Immediately we just made the decision to go pick them up. Rosie was just depressed. Her spirit was very, very low. The three of them were just so beat down, but we brought all three
We got a call that there was a starving camel, so starved… He was in a small pen. You could see every one of his ribs. Bubba looked like he had just given up on life. I got a text with a picture of a camel. I came the next day and there was Bubba.
I served in the Army Reserves as an occupational therapy assistant for 13 years. In February of 2018, I received orders to deploy to Kuwait. I was excited about deployment, but finding housing and someone to provide loving, caring comfort to Sammi was a major source of stress and anxiety for me. Sammi is my
Gemma was first discovered living in a shelter by one of the rescue workers at St. Bonnie’s Sanctuary. At the time, more than 70 percent of the neglected dog’s body was covered in mange. She was suffering from extreme hair and skin loss, too. Employees took one look at Gemma when she arrived at the
Good morning. You feel good? You make a nice little poo poo? Is that your little poo poos? Yeah, you just couldn’t wait? You just couldn’t wait? You made a poo poo already? It’s OK, babies. PenPens, it’s OK PenPens. You’re not in trouble. Yeah, you’re not in trouble. We’ve just got to get rid
These amazing dogs are living completely new lives. It’s time to get inspired with our favorite weight loss transformations. We were in shock. I had never seen a dog that big. It actually said, “black lab, a tad overweight.” I saw that and I got tears in my eyes. They opened the door and he
Gracie was found locked in a bedroom, in an abandoned house. The found her hanging from the string of a window blind from her back leg. And she was only about six to eight weeks old at the time. So then I went and I met her, like instantly I fell in love with her.
You ready for it? – We got an email asking us to help with a zebu calf who was born with no use of her back legs. – Hi! Oh, thanks for the kisses. A little spa day for you. – We didn’t know much about zebus at that point. Only that they were some
All right, so… We are… very packed up. We had to get the hell out of here. There is a huge blizzard. We’re expected 3 feet of snow today. Which, um… They’re going to close the roads pretty soon. So, I got the tire chains on and we’re all packed up. Last time on Ruff
All right, so it’s about 6:00 a.m, like 5:45 right now, and Butters and I can’t sleep. Today is rescue day. We’re going to go wake up Luke. We don’t knock in here. I live with my best friend Luke and our pack of rescue dogs. We quit our jobs. We sold all of our