This sweet 2 1/2 month-old puppy is absolutely adorable and has a personality that matches his looks! He is a Lab mix, currently 9 lbs,, and is expected to be around 40 lbs when fully grown. He is in good health and ready for his forever home! To learn how you can adopt this gorgeous pup, please email Breanna at Breanna.email@example.com“Rescue Madness” is a social media charity contest aiming to raise awareness and money for 16 animal rescues around the country in 15 days. Each participating rescue has submitted one adoptable dog with the goal of advancing it to the next round to one overall winner. Each “LIKE” gives you 1 entry into a raffle for over $2,500 in prizes, while each $1 donated offers 5 additional entries. EACH ADOPTABLE DOG and THEIR RESCUE WILL BE WINNERS as all will share in the overall donation pool.
Cast Your Vote for Jaba!
To vote for Jaba and help him move to the next round, be sure to cast your vote on Friday, March. 28th by “LIKING” his picture on the the Rescue Madness website and the Instagram accounts of DoggyBnB or Petflow.. Each “LIKE” counts as a vote and an additional entry for the grand prize!
Check out the competition in Jaba’s Bracket:
Stray from the Heart was founded in September 2000 by Beth Silberg; a trainer and lifelong animal rescuer, and Toni Bodon; an attorney, animal advocate and rescuer, when they decided to formalize their work of rescuing abandoned and abused dogs.
But the real story of Stray from the Heart began several years ago when Beth and Toni first met at a crowed veterinary office in Manhattan. Both had heard of five wonderful Stray dogs that were going to be sent to the notorious city pound. As we all are well aware, those neglected and abandoned dogs taken to most city shelters are destroyed within 48 hours to make way for the next batch of Strays that will soon arrive to be placed on death row, and this place was no exception.
The five dog’s original rescuer was unable to find homes for the dogs, nor were they able to pay for boarding. That’s when Beth and Toni leapt into action and began placing flyers around Central Park and the Upper West Side of New York City. They also spent their money on ads in the city newspapers, and in less than a week, managed to place three of the five dogs in loving homes. Beth took the remaining two dogs on a “foster care” basis, and in no time, they also were adopted into permanent, loving homes.
Beth and Toni continued their partnership, rescuing homeless dogs until they finally were completely overwhelmed with the cost of boarding, vet bills, dog walkers, and the many other unforseen costs of trying to care for, and place the great many dogs that can be found lost and alone around the streets of New York.