Home At Last has found a foster for the four Corgie puppies. Mom will stay at the shelter so we can get her ready for adoption. Thank you for the fast response to assisting with the foster request. Again, what a great helpful community we have.
We have received another litter of four puppies in need of your help. They are a Corgie mix and approx. 6 weeks old. There are eating solid food. They are as cute as cute can be. If you are interested in helping, please call Home at Last at 541-296-5189. This is mom and two of the puppies, so you can get an idea of their size. If you missed out on helping with the last litter of 9 now is your chance to share your home. All you need to do is fill out a foster application, it will be reviewed and approved by the staff, then you can help by being a foster. Thank you for your help in advance. What a wonderful community we have.
Thank you to the fosters who have helped with the puppy crisis. We have been able to place 6 of the 9 puppies in foster care. We still 3 puppies if another family would like to help with the care of these beautiful babies.
Home At Last is in need of foster help for a litter of 9 one month old puppies. We can break up the litter or send them all together. The litter came to us late Friday night and are hanging out in our modular. Currently they are being housed in medium kennel and they need some room to run and play. We are asking our great community if they are able to assist in providing a wonderful foster home until the puppies are old enough to be adopted. If you are interested please contact Home At Last at 541-296-5189. (Video to follow)
This is little Sinclaire. She is lucky to be alive! Sinclaire was found trying to keep her head above inside a quarter-filled oil barrel in a fenced-in area on a construction side. A Good Samaritan working there brought her to the shelter. We do not know how long she’d been in there. She was submerged in the oil from head to toe, including her mouth, ears and eyes. Kennel tech Araya immediately sprang into action and gave the kitten a first gentle bath with Dawn to remove some of the oil. A white chest is slowly emerging and it looks as though we have a beautiful little Tuxedo kitty here.
She is hanging in and her vitals don’t look bad at this time. However, she will need several more baths and she needs to be closely monitored. She did digest some of the oil as she had some black diarrhea and she’s been placed on antibiotics to hopefully Prevent her from developing Pneumonia.
We need a foster home for her with someone who can provide the one-on-one attention she needs. If you can help, please
Call the shelter at 541-296-5189.
Thank you so much!
Sweet old Man “Pitch” needs a loving foster home!
Look at this face- who can resist?
This sweet old man was brought to Home at Last by local animal control officer Lisa Stuck after a kind Samaritan found him in her backyard. He was miserable! Barely able to walk, dehydrated, breathing heavily, smelling horribly from a bad skin and ear infection, long toe nails embedded in his paw pads. Many shelters would not consider giving a dog like him a chance. Not at Home at Last. The second he was brought in he melted all of our hearts here at the shelter and staff showered him with love. Animal Care tech Araya gave him a soothing bath with a medicated shampoo and snuggled him while he was cooing in her arms and most likely feeling a lot better than he had in a very long time.
The next day we took him to “My Family’s Pet Doctor” where he was seen by Dr. Micheal. Blood work and a Urinalysis indicate that although he is indeed fighting an infection, and missing all but 2 teeth, he is still in pretty good shape for his age.
He is currently on antibiotics, eye and ear medication, and to heal his skin he will need a soothing bath with a medicated shampoo every 2-3 days.
Please – if you can find it in your heart to open your home to this sweet old man, call the shelter at 541-296-5189. We will provide everything to get little Pitch better. But the one thing that he truly needs most?