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Little Big Dog Rescue

We are a 501c3 non-profit rescue formed by two women. Dot has been rescuing large-breed senior dogs for several years (these are the "Big" dogs of Little Big Dog Rescue). Jeanne Lou has been rescuing dogs who live outside on a line (these are the "Little" dogs of Little Big Dog Rescue). Our mission is to see all of our dogs in permanent loving homes. We cannot abide suffering.
Little Big Dog Rescue
Little Big Dog Rescue2 weeks ago
Big Bear, almost eight years old, is coming to Little Big Dog! Bear has belonged to one family since he was 14 weeks old. A death in the family required him to be re-homed. He is diabetic, weighs 98 pounds, and is a Walker/Collie cross. He plays a mean game of kickball. Just as our resident tennis ball idiot, Betty, saved Xena's life by getting her up and out after a massive stroke, I am hoping that Bear will be a great fitness coach for our sedentary seniors!
Little Big Dog Rescue
Little Big Dog Rescue2 weeks ago
UPDATE! Pete is coming to Little Big Dog Rescue next week!

National Dog of Norway, also known as the Dog of the Vikings, also known as very hairy dogs, the Norwegian Elkhound is a hunter, guardian, herder and defender. Pete is a 10 year old elkhound looking for a retirement home. Pete's owners have gotten older and are unable to care for him. If you would like to foster Pete, please comment or send us a message.
Little Big Dog Rescue
Little Big Dog Rescue2 weeks ago
Follow the scent, Blue, your nose knows you are no longer in this vale of tears where aging brings arthritis and spinal stenosis. Leave that wheelchair behind and fly free, run to your heart's content. You are going from being man's best friend to an angel's best friend.
Little Big Dog Rescue
Little Big Dog Rescue3 weeks ago
Dear Gus, thank you for not jumping. I'm only out here mowing!
Little Big Dog Rescue
Little Big Dog Rescue
Little Big Dog Rescue4 weeks ago
Brandy left us last week. She was the epitome of dog. A sweet booper, dark moist eyes that always looked loving and happy, thick furry ears that stood up begging to be rubbed, thick red and blonde hair that made her stand out against green grass or white snow, a tail that wagged when she slept. She came into the sanctuary on her own power, greeted every dog one on one, demonstrated that she would be a lovely addition to the pack by her lack of attitude and agenda. She spent her year at Dot's Really Old Dogs Home sleeping, eating, tolerating Dot's hands-on style of loving, and ignoring all the doggy drama going on around her. Brandy was a Shiba-Inu mix but now she is all angel.
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Little Big Dog Rescue
Little Big Dog Rescue1 month ago
Congratulations to Scooter, 15 years old, on his adoption! Two angels on earth were looking for a senior dog to love, and found Scooter. Thank you to Amy Hammer for hooking Scooter up. Thank you to Mayberry 4 Paws, Lee Stalcup and Holly Schneider for taking good care of this handsome entertaining gentleman.
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