Update: 7 weeks remaining

Please take a look at our Flickr feed for new photos from Byron, Melanie and Curtis this weekend as they rescued another round of dogs – mostly puppies – in the desert snow. 

These dogs have SEVEN WEEKS to find permanent or foster placement.  All ages of dogs remain; from young pups to senior dogs.  Some are shy.  Some are wounded.  All are COLD.

Melanie and Curtis Epping from Harney County Save A Stray [HCSAS] and Byron Wilkes from the Washington State Animal Response Team went back out to the property in Princeton, Oregon, to rescue more of the puppies.

Cooper’s Boarding Kennels in Amity, OR, took three small breed dogs into foster; they will be available for adoption soon.  Pasados Safe Haven is taking 9 of the puppies.  Melanie is bringing to Long Beach, WA two of the Princeton dogs and all the dogs HCSAS has recently rescued in the area not related to this case.  The latter are going to South Pacific County Humane Society in Long Beach, which frees rescuers closer to Princeton to work on this case.  The two Princeton dogs coming to Long Beach have been in foster care need to move; if anyone can take just ONE of the two, it would be a great help. Contact Melanie@harneycountysaveastray.com or 541-589-1104.

PLEASE help HCSAS find, and pay for, safe placement for these dogs before March 15th!!

Help is desperately needed to find placement and to pay for transport expenses, food and medical supplies. Donations can be made to any branch of US Bank or by sending a check to Harney County Save A Stray, PO Box 403, Burns, OR 97720.

If you can help in any way please contact Melanie @ 541-589-1104

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