We rescued Sterling from being euthanized at the city pound in December 2022. The pound collects reported strays and keeps them for 3 days, waiting for any owner to claim them. When they are not (and most are not), they put them to sleep.
Sterling was in a horrible state; practically hairless and at death’s door. But he made a fantastic transformation in a very short time! He became a handsome and confident boy, and got along well with the other dogs at the shelter.
Adult dogs rarely get adopted, but last week we received the best news ever. A wonderful couple - who had also adopted Grady from us - decided to give Sterling and Star a home!
We could not have asked for a better home for him. He’ll have space to run around, plenty of friends to play with (all rescues!), and of course his very own humans who will love him unconditionally.
We’re so grateful to have people like these in our community, but the truth is we need more of them. We currently have around 200 dogs at the Sanctuary, and we need to get them adopted if we want to continue rescuing those who desperately need our help.
If you’re willing to support our cause by giving one of our dogs a home, please message us.