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May 24, 2022

Prince Has Been Adopted!

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Written by: Judy Stevens

Prince is a 35 pound, four month old healthy boy. He was found on the side of the road with his dead mother. He refused to leave her, but he was scared of his rescuers. It took them hours to catch him. As soon as he was brought to his foster home, his demeanor immediately changed. He started wagging his tail and moved on from his sad past.

Prince is a very goofy puppy. His tail only stops wagging in his sleep: he is always happy! He enjoys interacting with dogs of all sizes. He wants to be around his family all the time so that he can get lots of pets and cuddles. He trying his best to learn about potty training, chewing, and walking on the leash. He is a smart boy, but he still has a good amount of time left in his puppy stage.

One of the cutest things Prince does is shout “roo” in the morning. He wants to share with the world how excited he is for a new day.

If you are interested in adopting Prince, you must fill out the “foster application” found on our website. A phone interview and home visit will also be involved in the adoption process.

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Judy Stevens



  1. Dacy Griffith

    Hi my husband and I will love to give prince a home, please let me know what do I have to do to make it happen?

  2. Adrienne

    This is an AWESOME story and shows why we need rescues! Prince is so lucky to have found you guys. Thanks for all your hard work!

    (Prior rescuer myself)

  3. Gabriella Bustamante

    I cried so much watching this video. It’s so sad what happened to the mother. But when I saw how you guys came to his rescue stopped all my tears. I had the biggest smile. I’m so glad prince is okay you guys are truly angels sent from heaven. Thank you

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