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Featured Rescues




Lots of Happy Tails

Source: Big Dog Ranch Rescue
Date: July 31, 2017
Lots of Happy Tails



Paw Prints June 2017

Source: Big Dog Ranch Rescue
Date: June 6, 2017
Paw Prints June 2017

HELP FIX FINNEGAN'S BROKEN HEART

Source: Big Dog Ranch Rescue
Date: May 11, 2016
Finnegan is a sweet and fun loving fellow. Don't tell him he was just diagnosed with a grade 5 heart murmur and severe pulmonary stenosis. He has plans and a life he wants to get to. Dr Rupp indicated that due to the severity of his condition that medications and surgery will be his best approach. None of this can happen until he reaches at least four months of age and gets through a major growth spurt, which often can make congenital defects worsen. So during this time exercise restriction will be provided by his foster family. Then when funds are raised to cover the $3500 for a valvuloplasty at the UF at Gainesville, Finnegan will have the chance to recover and be a normal boy just like Pinocchio and run and play. He truly is the heart of Big Dog Ranch Rescue and why we all do it for the dogs and puppies too. And we can't do this all without your support and dedication.
HELP FIX FINNEGAN'S BROKEN HEART

The Glades Dogs Need Our Help

Date: November 20, 2015
The Everglades have become a notorious dumping ground for dogs and puppies. These poor, helpless animals are literally thrown from cars and spend their days dodging trucks aiming to hit them for sport, hiding from the blazing Florida heat, and hunting small, disease-ridden animals just to survive. They have no protection or salvation. They are afraid and alone. They need a lifeline.
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The Glades Dogs Need Our Help

Rescue in the Glades

Date: September 9, 2015
Two weeks ago you'll remember that Big Dog Ranch Rescue saved the lives of nine dogs and pups who had been abandoned in the Redlands/Homestead area of Florida. For those of you unfamiliar with this area, sadly this is where many dogs are just dumped. Many are not spayed or neutered and reproduce more and more pups. The whole situation is dire and out of control. Many of these dogs were once a family pet. They have no idea how to survive on their own.
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Rescue in the Glades