Poppy is a 10 month neutered male. He has his vaccines and Microchipped
Bunker is a 10yo red heeler. He's neutered, vaccinated, microchipped. Bunker came to us because he has a torn ACL and is not a good candidate for surgery due to age. His past family had stairs and could no longer climb them. He still enjoys walks playing with toys.
Bunker does fine around other dogs with proper meet and greet.
Bridging Forever Families' mission is to assist in the relocation/re-homing process for dogs who find themselves in need, when unforeseen circumstances arise in their current homes. Our efforts are specifically focused on; Dogs with owners in failing health who must part with their companions due to health or living situation, dogs whose owners have fallen on hard economic times and can no longer sufficiently provide for them and dogs who for whatever reason have a compatibility issue within their current home and need to be re-homed to ensure everyone's safety and quality of life.
With our mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies to make our Rescue efforts more effective. Contact us to learn more about our team’s hard work and commitment to this cause.
With this initiative, our goal is to support the welfare of animals in need. With the support of our dedicated community, our Advocacy efforts go a long way. Learn more about this initiative and how you can help.
We are dedicated to stepping up our Rehabilitation efforts, which is by no means an easy feat. But through cooperation and community involvement, we believe we can facilitate progress in this area.
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Your financial support allows us to say, "Yes" when we get calls for dogs in need of re-homing or that may have medical needs or behaviors that require training to help them be more suitable for a new family.
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We are looking for individuals or families willing to open their homes and especially their hearts, to a dog in need of love and attention. Foster assignments may be as short as a couple of days or as long as a couple months, each situation is handled as necessary to meet the dogs needs.
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