Note to adopters:
Lassie, Cleo, Rin Tin Tin and Toto don't show up in rescue. We don't get the elegantly coiffed, classically beautiful, completely trained, perfectly behaved dog. We get the leftovers. Dogs that other people have incompetently bred, inadequately socialized, ineffectively "trained," and badly treated. Most Rescue dogs have had it. They've been pushed from one lousy situation to another. They've never had proper veterinary care, kind and consistent training, or sufficient company. They've lived outside, in a crate, or in the basement. They're scared, depressed and anxious. Some are angry. Some are sick. Some have given up.
But we are Rescue and we don't give up. We never give up on a dog. We know that a dog is a living being, with a spirit and a heart and feelings. Our dogs are not commodities, things, or garbage. They are part of sacred creation and they deserve as much love and care and respect as the next Westminster champion. So please, please don't come to rescue in the hopes of getting a "bargain," or indeed of "getting" anything. Come to Rescue to give, to love, to save a life -- and to mend your own spirit. For Rescue will reward you in ways you never thought possible. I can promise you this -- a rescue dog will make you a better person.
CREEK PET ADOPTION IS A VOLUNTEER NON-PROFIT ENTITY DEDICATED TO FINDING HOMES FOR ABANDONED ANIMALS. DOGS , PUPPIES,CATS AND KITTENS ADOPTED THROUGH THE CREEK PET ADOPTION ARE HOMELESS ANIMALS AND ARE SHELTERED AT KELLYVILLE WHILE WAITING FOR HOMES
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CAROL LAWRENCE WHO RUNS THE SHELTER MOVED TO KELLYVILLE IN LATE 1970 SHE BUILT A TOP NOTCH KENNEL AND BEGAN RAISING DOGS AND CATTLE SHE NOW USES HER KENNEL TO HELP RESCUE DOGS AS A LAST STOP BEFORE THEY ARE PUT DOWN HER GOAL IS FOR EVERY DOG TO BE ADOPTED SHE KEEPS THEM UNTIL SHE FINDS A HOME FOR THEM
Many dogs have shared the stage on the big screen over the last 30 years…there’s ‘Beethoven’, ‘Buddy’ (Air Bud), ‘Einstein’ (Back to the Future), and ‘Hooch’ (Turner and Hooch) among many others. Perhaps the most widely recognized doggy superstar of the past 30 years has been ‘Benji’.
There were many Benji films between the mid 70’s and early 2000’s. Some of the more recognizable films include the self-titled “Benji” as well as “Benji The Hunted”, “Oh Heavenly Dog” and “For The Love of Benji”. Although most people are familiar with Benji and have seen at least one of the Benji films, there’s one thing about Benji that many people do not realize. Did you know that all of the dogs that have played Benji (yes, there have been several) have been adopted from shelters?
With the help of Joe Camp (creator and director of Benji films and the proud “pet parent” of Benji), we’ve managed to assemble 5 epic moments in Benji history. Each are spectacular, and can be considered to be
‘Proof That There’s No Limit To What An Adopted Dog Can Do’. Here are the videos… click hereCREEK PET ADOPTION 12 HONEYBEAR LANE