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"No Dog Left Behind"

With this initiative, our goal is to provide the opportunity for rescued animals to find forever safe and loving homes. With access to the right resources and the generosity of volunteers, fosters, and donors, we are able to provide needed training and veterinary care. Although all efforts are made to place animals in well-suited permanent homes, we realize that some are best cared for as permanent residents in our "No Dog Left Behind" Sanctuary program.​Our "No Dog Left Behind" initiative will allow for those dogs that are declared unadoptable to live out the rest of their lives either at the sanctuary or in foster. While these dogs may not be adoptable they can be safely handled by certain people and have a quality of life. 


Chauncifer came to LHSR off the e-list. He had been adopted a couple of times from the shelter but was returned for concerning behavior. With us, Chauncifer spent a couple of months in a private suite and he was visited by many friends but we still saw some very concerning behavior so we had Chauncifer attend board & train in an attempt to help us learn how to properly manage his behavior. Chauncifer is officially part of our "No Dog Left Behind" program.

While we love Chauncifer his behavior is still quite concerning so he has joined our "No Dog Left Behind" program. We will continue to monitor his behavior and are hoping to get him in for a behavioral veterinarian consult. 



Sweet Remy came to us off the e-list at MCACC. At 10-years-young, Remy has squamous cell carcinoma which is a very aggressive cancer. Even with treatment, Remy is only expected to have another 4-6 months left so he is officially hospice at this point.

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