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|MASTIFF rescue organizations BY STATE
|If you must surrender your mastiff, or would be interested in rescuing a Mastiff please contact one of our board members
or any of the organizations listed below.
Below is a bittersweet story we would like to share from Henry's family and thank them for allowing Henry to know
love and kindness during his final days..........
"I have sad news. Henry suddenly died last night. He was not himself yesterday afternoon. He had no interest in a hotdog treat.
You needed to know because we had a contract and I know you are concerned about your rescue responsibilities. If you have
questions please ask.
My wife and I enjoyed Henry. Normally he would almost knock me down for a hotdog and would stick his head in the refrigerator
when opened. Friday afternoon Henry would walk a little slower, but, still wanted to greet me. My son said he looked fine and
was still alive when he came home from work at 3 AM this morning. I think he must have had a heart attack or something similar
that would kill him so fast. I think he died in his sleep.
Henry was a great dog. Henry was affectionate and loved to snuggle with me on the couch so he could be held. When my son
would sleep on the couch Henry would force his way up and push my son off while snuggling or retaking the couch.
Since I last e-mailed you the ear infections were gone. His ears quit stinking. Henry was getting perky. His walk became a little
more lively and showed an affectionate personality.
On weekends he would come into my room to get me up. If I was on my back and I scratched his head he would put his head
over my arm and move forward to pull me out of bed. The description may not be clear, but. it was obvious he wanted me out of
It was just as you said. Henry began to feel more at home. He would growl and make noises when he wanted attention. Henry
even began to go to the door with me when guest would arrive. Eventually he even learned to walk better on a leash without
dragging me along. We could walk with a loose leash side by side. Medications for his joints seemed to be working because he
would even occasionally trot a little.
It seemed the better he felt the more he would drool. Henry loved my yard and enjoyed rolling on his back and sunning himself
in the morning. He spent much of his time on my cool tile floor during the warm part of the day. I was hopeful he would last a few
more years. I believe Henry was older than we thought. He was a little grey around the muzzle.
I think the next time I get a dog It will be a mastiff puppy or young dog. I like the breed. Large dogs have the most gentle
personalities for their owners. I am glad I was able to make Henry's last days pleasant. Even the hygromas shrunk a little as he
had a comfortable place to lay down.
Whoever had him before neglected him. He was in pain from infections. His hygromas were large and his joints really bothered
him sometimes. I enjoyed having Henry in my home."
|If you would like to help a mastiff in need by offering a donation, please make your check payable to "R.E.M.C. Rescue" and
mail to Patti Wilkinson, 14310 Plover Way, Grass Valley, Ca. 95949 or use the Paypal link on the left for online donations.
All donations are appreciated.
~ Thank you ~
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This is Gracie. She is underweight and
approximately 1.5 years young. She
was rescued from a kill shelter in LA. No
cats or small dogs. Currently being
evaluated for larger dogs. She LOVES
people and has been spayed. She
needs a forever home.
|MASTIFF rescue organizations
We are looking for someone who is able to foster
this sweet girl from the Fresno area. She is 93lbs,
owner surrender, after they didn't think it was worth
investing money on her ACL repair. Thankfully the
veterinarians did the surgery, but now they need to
find her a home. She's not spayed yet, but we
could work it out with the hospital to get it done.
She needs 6weeks of limited motility and play
("quiet time") and she shows signs of being a cat
chaser! So no cats!
Please let us know if you can help and thank you.
Herc is a wonderful dog looking for a wonderful
family! He had a growth on his bottom gum
removed, which was non-cancerous (thank
goodness). He will need to be neutered, but this
boy is resilient and amazing! He just loves to be
Sweet young 5 year old good with children, dogs,
cats and other animals. He LOVES soccer balls too.
Experienced XL breed owner preferred.
Thank you Cheri for providing foster care!
Please contact Trinette or REMC if you are looking
to open your home and heart for this sweet boy, or
others we may have available!
Available Rescues: Harry, 8yr old Brindle male. Recently neutered and entropia eyelid repair. He is vision
impaired. He shows No aggression but not much confidence either. He wants attention and his tail never stops
wagging. He has been adopted by a loving family and we are so happy for him.
Age: 6 years Old
Weight: Around 160 lbs.
Demeanor: Extremely Well
Behaved. Great With
Kids. Great around other
dogs. Potty Trained.
Hi. My name is Sugar and I am looking for an adult, no other pet forever home. I am 8 years old and healthy. I do have a
skin condition called seasonal alopecia which causes me to lose my hair and makes me look funny but it is not contagious
nor does it require medical treatment. I am housebroken and leash trained and looking for a family to love me.
This is Brindy. Age aprox. 8 years. Color, Brindle. A little weak in the rear, lived with other dogs when picked up. Not with others at this point.
Loves kids and is easy to handle. 8/28/19
This is Dasiy. Age aprox. 6 years. Color Apircot. Weight about 120 lbs. Small. 8/28/19
This is Randle. Male. Age 5 years. Color Fawn, He was turned in because he was out of Control. He likes people but not good with other dogs. He
has no training so hard to handle on a lead. With training he could be a good dog. Loves to play. 8/28/19