Saturday, March 22, 2014

On a serious note... AZGRC needs a little love!

You know that old saying "When it rains, it pours?"...  Well, in the continuing story of rescuing dog, that rain can bring a flood of gold to your doorstep - and it isn't the spendable kind!  AZGRC is no exception.  As you know, they are near and dear to our heart.  They brought us our dear Monty and gave us the courage to welcome a funny little yellow pup into our house.   ...and now, they could use a little help.

Mid-February was when the first Golden showed up.  Meet Julee, a sweet senior that needed a little help finding a new home.
Hi there!
Julee was followed closely by Matty....
I iz cute, freshly neutered and my adoption is pending!
After Matty came Goldie, a beautiful green-eyed girl that came from the reservation in northern Arizona.  AZGRC has helped the hard-working shelter in Kayenta many times.
How pretty is she?
Then came the beautiful escape artist, Annie.  It didn't take Annie long to find her forever home!
I am mesmerized by her pretty face!
Of course, these pups were all healthy and happy and just need a place to rest their pretty heads before their journey's continued.  But eventually, you just had to know that some of this gold would show up missing its shine...

This is Dylan, formerly named Igor.  Dylan's owner surrendered him to the Human Society, and the poor boy was sick with parvo.  How could anyone turn away?
I not feeling so well...
Next came Bella, another senior that needed to find a new home...
Just call me Smiley!
In the meantime, we are happy to report that Dylan is on the road to recovery, but before we could rejoice, along came Sean Connery.  Mr. Connery is another parvo pup, and it is touch and go with him.  His recovery has involved plenty of ups and downs - he developed aspiration pneumonia this week and is on antibiotics.  Sean needs all the Power of the Paw you can send him.
Please hold me, foster momma Candy...  I is not well...
...and of course, how could anyone turn their backs on the latest intake?  Meet Lolly.  Lolly is an 8 year old girl surrendered by her family with a MASSIVE tumor hanging from her belly.  Lolly is very lucky that AZGRC found her at the shelter.
Despite a massive tumor, this girl still has her smile!
I don't understand how they could let it get this big!
...and last but not least, AZGRC is also accepting a puppy that has congenital deformities...  No pictures yet of this new baby.

If you all could, could you please send the Power of the Paw to these sick pups?  They need our help to make it through their illnesses.

...and AZGRC could use some help too.  Not only are they paying to treat these serious illnesses, they are neutering, spaying and vaccinating the healthy pups that come through the rescue.  If you can, please stop by their page and donate a few green papers.  Every dollar makes a difference, and for these pups, every dollar is giving them the second chance they deserve.  Click here if you would like to make a donation.  Look for the bright red donation button on the right.

Tell them Monty and Harlow sent you!  Thank you all so much!


  1. We follow AZGRC on FB so we've seen all those GReat tails with such tales -

    I think I'll hit their site when Mom leaves the room -

    After all, she's not transporting this weekend so The Zen-terra won't need as much juice -


  2. Thank You Monty & Harlow for posting these stories! The puppy comes tomorrow and she'll have many vet visits, x-rays, ultrasounds and physical therapy. Photos to some. But yes, all these sweet souls need the generosity of humans to donate. We build families. But we can't do it without help. Way to go Monty & Harlow for reaching out on their behalf!

  3. Such beautiful pups! We are sending positive vibes and tons of AireZen to all of them ♥

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

  4. We too hope all will be well and well done to AZGRC for all their hard work. Have a serene Sunday and let us all have some big easy today.
    Best wishes Molly

  5. Makes us sad to see and read this. Sending Lots of Golden LOVE.

  6. it is so sad people just give up their dogs when they get sick.

  7. Thank yeu for sharing these stories... and for all yeu deu for the rescue of Golden!!!

    Wif lubbs from Little Reufud

  8. So thankful for place like AZGRC and you!

    Aroo to you,

  9. Consider it done. We want those puppers to get better very soon and hopefully they will find their forever homes soon as well.

    June & mom

  10. What a marvelous place. It makes so happy when we hear about peeps who take such care of pups in need.

    XXXOOO Bella & Roxy

  11. Of course we will send extra boxer puppy prayers fur all of dose sweet pups! Now we will ask mom to go to da Facebook so her can like AZGRC's page. :)

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae and Max

  12. What beautiful dogs ...I am sending all my good wishes and prayers to these sweet souls.

    Ruby (and Angel Pip)

  13. Bless the folks at AZGRC for giving hope and second chances to these beautiful souls. We send our strongest White Dog healing energies to those in need and our most positive thoughts that human generosity will help ease the financial burden of compassion.