“I’m very afraid that this really good dog is going to die,” was the urgent plea we received about Pebbles. “Maybe a RADAR grant for basic vetting would help her find a rescue.” We don’t know why Pebbles, a one-year-old Bully Breed mix, ended up at the Duplin County Animal Shelter in North Carolina in mid-April. Even though Pebbles was a shelter favorite, she had no rescue or adopter interest, and her time was rapidly running out.
With multiple, nearly simultaneous requests for RADAR’s help for Pebbles, on April 26th we agreed to provide an offer to assist with her vetting costs in order to encourage a rescue to pull her. The next day Jersey Girls Animal Rescue in New Jersey stepped up to take her! Pebbles had her initial vetting and spaying done on May 3rd.
We were told this about Pebbles: “She is a total lovebug, and has an amazing personality! She loves people and gets along well with other dogs and cats. She’s very calm, sweet and affectionate. She’s a happy-go-lucky girl!” To see more photos of Pebbles, click here.
RADAR paid all $110 of the initial vetting and spaying costs for Pebbles.
UPDATE! All funds for Pebbles have been raised! Thank you!
If you would like to help us have the ability to help other dogs, please visit our Donations page.
Thank you to the following contributor, who have gave specifically to fully fund Pebbles:
Lori Lane, in memory of Amber Laniewski
If you are interested in adopting Pebbles, please contact Jersey Girls Animal Rescue.
Added on June 17, 2017.