Pumpkin (right) re-defined our rescue a few years ago as the, um, underdog who overcame everything (hit by a car, starving, bad tail crop and, well, that adorable underbite) to be a high-flying agility queen. She has since brought home three other beautiful dogs, including beautiful cop Susie ... who has her OWN crazy rescue story with us.
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3rd Annual Friends & Family JRT Reunion

Our 3rd Annual Friends & Family Jack Russell Reunion at the ranch on Saturday was wonderful! It was great to see so many of our “adopted” and foster parents, volunteers, sponsors and supporters come together for an evening of food, fellowship and, of course, adorable dogs wearing adorable costumes!
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Lola Goes Home

So small, so sweet, so cute and petite … It took months to announce Lola’s adoption, but what a great way to do so! A lesson in patience for all prospective rescue parents.
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Emily Goes Home

We had so much going on last weekend, we didn’t want this awesome news to get buried in the other stuff. We casually mentioned it on a photo of her at vol day, but here’s the official scoop — Emily, now known as Twiggy, has gone home!
Penelope at the dog park with the gang
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Penelope Goes Home

Guess who has “left the building” … and won’t be coming back … Miss Penelope! She joins a fabulous family of former GA JRT rescues, including Pumpkin, Susie and Chuckie.
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Pepper Goes Home

Happy Saturday, ev’rybody! Hot on the heels of John John’s happy tail, we have another one to share. Pepper has gone home! We knew it wouldn’t take long for this precious, sweet and loving little girl to find a home. We were actually surprised it took five months, but she’s found her new family and they are wonderful.
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Happy Anniversary, Katie!

Katie arrived at rescue in spring of 2011, looking as cute as can be. She was petite ’n sweet and was adopted within no time. She was gone for several months, but, unfortunately, things did not work out with the children in the home, so she was returned. She was starting to develop some serious skin allergies and other health issues, so we kept her to heal her up.