Bagel came to Destiny for Dogs when her owners could not handle her having accidents in the house. She was surrendered to Destiny for Dogs and she was taken to the vet and had emergency surgery and literally more than 50 bladder stones were removed which means Bagel was in pain for quite some time. Deidre adopted Bagel and Bagel was able to live a very happy life. We are sad to say that Bagel has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge and she will be in our hearts furever. Deidre says that Bagel brought so much joy to her life and she was so grateful for her short time with her. She wishes more people knew just how much happiness a senior adoption dog can bring to their lives. She misses her every day and feels so very lucky that Destiny for Dogs brought her into her life.
GOOD NEWS PUPDATE! RESCUED AT THE ELEVENTH HOUR A FEW YEARS AGO. WOLFIE & TINY CONTINUE TO “LIVE THE LIFE OF RILEY” THANKS TO THEIR AMAZING FOSTER PARENTS.
Wolfie & Tiny were rescued years ago from “Death Row” at separate times. However they both ended up with the same foster parents who could not let either one go. Wolfie & Tiny had issues however their foster parents wouldn’t give up on either one.
Yes, Wolfie & Tiny became “Foster Failures” and this most likely was the happiest day of their lives.
Thank you Colleen & Michael for providing Wolfie & Tiny such a loving forever home. Only “Happy Days Ahead” for these two boys who also bring a smile to my face every time I see the.
Penny is a 8 week old, 10 lbs female American Bulldog Mix Puppy. She is black brindle, had first set of puppy shots, will receive second set in a week, has been dewormed, will have second deworming prior to adoption. Application is required, references checked personal/vet. Home visit performed, signed dog placement agreement stating adopter will bring puppy back to our vet to have spayed. Spay deposit required, plus adoption donation at time of adoption. Spay deposit will be returned upon proof of surgery. Please contact Michael 312-613-4444 or Mike@mikelepp.com
Jake is Available
Jake is a 3 year old, Husky/German Shepherd mix. He is in excellent health, up to date vaccines, microchipped. Jake is good with people, dogs, cats, walks well on a leash, understands sit and other simple commands. Jake can be a bit exuberant, jumping on people to say hello. Jake needs a lot of exercise to release his excess energy and company. Someone who wants a dog to jog with or someone with a big fenced yard and other dogs for Jake to play with would be ideal. He really is a big sweetheart, handsome, anxious to please but in need of lots of love and some additional training.
He is House-trained.
Up to Date on Vaccinations
Good with other dogs, cats and children.
Princess Francee is Available!
Princess Francee is a 8-10 year old, 8 lbs female Yorkie. She is looking for that special someone to share her “Golden Years” with. Could that special someone be you? Princess would do best in a quiet, adult home with no small children or other dogs. She gets along well with other dogs unless she becomes jealous of them receiving more attention than her. Princess Francee is fully vetted, spayed, up to date on shots, parasite free, microchipped, dental and blood work. She had three mammary gland tumors removed. Two were benign and one was a very low grade mast cell. Princess is housebroken, good on leash, in car, loves to cuddle and be by your side. She has a great appetite and her foster mom spoils her.
She is Housetrained.
Up to date on Vaccianations
Prefers to be an only doggie.
🎈Please “Save the Date” to join us for an awesome evening. Lots of fun, terrific auction items. Plus, yummy food. Thank you Karen Lane for arranging this Fundraiser for Luv a Pet Rescue & Destiny for Dogs🎈
🐾We look forward to seeing you🐾
Simon was adopted to the most amazing mom and daughter. It was love at first sight for all. Simon had a few happy, loving and wonderful days with is new family. Simon was limping and crying in pain. He was taken to an emergency vet. Blood work and X-Rays were performed. Injections of pain meds given. Simon went to the vet shortly after being adopted for a follow up. Additional X-Rays and pain meds provided. Poor Simon was in a lot of pain and even became sick. He went home with his mom and was provided TLC.
Two days later the reports from two radiologists were provided. It was what everyone dreads to hear. Simon had bone cancer. Nothing could be done. The decision was made to let Simon go peacefully to Rainbow Bridge.
Rest in Peace, Dear Simon. You were so loved by your foster mom’s Sam and Sue and your two mom’s, Kimi and Josephine. You were gone to soon. You will never to be forgotten and always in our loving thoughts, prayers and hearts. Until we meet again…