We save lives of seniors and dogs with medical needs

Current Fosters

HENRY

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  • Neutered male
  • 8 years old
  • American Bull dog mix

Henry came to the shelter as a stray with a few medical issues, so the shelter placed hm on the euthanization list. PFBR rescued this sweet senior boy who deserves love, attention, and care despite his age. Henry is a bit overweight, but that does not stop him from chasing his siblings or sunbathing by his baby pool. 

FRED

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  • 5 years old
  • Male  
  • Sharpei  & American Bull dog mix

Fred came into the shelter as a stray with severe medical issues including multiple bleeding tumors and hair missing from 50% of his body. He must have been neglected his entire life and likely was an outside dog. The founders met him days before his stray hold was up, and immediately decided to rescue him. Fred has the sweetest soul, who loves to be scratched, cuddled, and instead of kisses, he gives nose punches. 

JAX

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  • 2 years old
  • Male  
  • Queensland Heeler/Cattle dog

Jax came into the shelter as a stray with a severe front right leg limp and an upper respiratory infection. Despite his limp he was happy and playful with humans and doggies. PFBR rescued this very young boy so he could get the medical attention, love, and compassion he needs. Jax is settling comfortably with his foster mommy, human sister, and three furry siblings while his front leg is assessed. 

Forever in our Hearts

Baloo

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Baloo was an eight year old bully pix mix who was on the euthanization list due to suspected valley fever, so PFBR rescued him. He immediately showed his gentle love for his foster mom and dog siblings, despite his past. After a few vet visits, we learned he had untreated valley fever and a bone infection. Baloo developed an unbreakable bond with his dog sister, Olive, and chose to shuffle and ignore the others.  Unfortunately, even after spending several nights in critical care, Baloo lost his battle. We are thankful he was able to spend his last weeks in his loving foster home instead of the shelter. RIP