We recently posted Hannah's profile and an urgent request to find a new foster or forever home for her. It's been a week, and we are still avidly searching for the "right" person for her.
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It was another busy weekend at the ranch with most members of Team Russell ... well ... doing the hustle - securing kennels, walking dogs, bathing and grooming the pups, mowing the acreage, you name it! Live in the Atlanta area and want to join the fun? We'd love to have you! Please, complete our volunteer application.
Call her what you will (we still have to refer to her as Bunny as she is listed and linked everywhere under that name on our networks), Bunny is a pint-sized package of playfulness. She was recently spayed and is now living the good life in her fabulous foster home; the same fosters who shared their first-time experience with Jessie, who is now living the good life.
If you follow our Facebook page, you already know this week was a bit of a stressful one for all of us … especially little Ernie. On Sunday night, Donna heard Ernie barking up a storm. He’s a laidback kind of guy, so she knew something was wrong. She walked up to discover a Copperhead had made its way into Ernie’s kennel, and they were both bowed up at one another. Yikes!
Happy National Dog Day! Eli, Elanor and Team Russell wish you and your pups a wonderful day. Celebrate the canine way!
It’s been awhile since we’ve ran a campaign, so … it’s time again! We’re kicking off our “Be the Change” campaign tonight for the next few weeks to share all of the ways you can help make a change in the life of a rescue dog. It ranges everything from sharing posts or voting online, to taking a dog into your home permanently. Every part you play makes a difference in the lives of our dogs, so we want to share that and encourage others to help “be the change,” too.
All right, folks, time for a not-so-quick soapbox statement. (Hops up with megaphone) Many of you already know this spew by heart, so maybe it will be a good "share" for others who might not. We want to address some questions that continue to pop up in interviews, emails and on our social media sites. We know there have been countless articles written about this subject, both from the "be-a-stickler" to the "don't-run-off-people" points of view, so here's our stance on things. We try to take a middle ground whenever possible, but we simply will not when it jeopardizes the well-being of our dogs.