U R G E N T
February 25, 2014
Rescue effort currently in-progress to take in large number
of Schipperkes in Pennsylvania.
Foster homes and foster-to-adopt homes needed.
If you are open to foster or interested in fostering-to-adopt,
please email Susan Fogleman
Click HERE for more information
Donations needed to assist with cost of medical care and transport.
LOST SCHIPPERKE - Princeton, NJ area - February 2014
Dog named "Dom" recently relocated to Princeton NJ lost on western section of Princeton near Bullock Drive. Please call 908 800 3456 with any information. Thank you.
SRN provides assistance to displaced/distressed Schipperkes in the US. We provide medical and foster care for the dogs, in addition to providing assistance to owners in procuring food and essential care for their dogs.
SRN has Schipperkes available for adoption with listings on Facebook and PetFinder.com
We have a number of special-needs dogs in foster care for whom we need donations to help cover the cost of their medical care. Some of our current special-needs dogs are listed below.
All donations to SRN are tax-deductible.
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Newly is safe with SRN now, he needs a little assistance.
Newly was found in New Hampshire on 07/15/2013, and his age is estimated at 10 to 12 years.
He is a sweet boy, but is in very bad shape. He appears to have cataracts, but does see. He was taken to a vet immediately after being found, and is being treated for severe skin infection and ear infections. He doesn’t seem to be able to hear, but this could be due to the severe infection and inflammation in his ears. We will know more about his hearing once his ears heal. He is also around five pounds underweight. We are waiting on blood tests results to see if there are any other concerns.
Despite his condition and the weakness he was experiencing just two days ago, he has made remarkable improvement, showing energy and a true Schipperke personality. We do not know how Newly ended up on the streets. If anyone has any information about this dog, please contact us by emailing email@example.com
Radiographs show a pellet in his right leg, but Doc says it is in a location that does not bother the pup.
The thoracic radiographs were taken because the vets at Wilson's first foster home heard a murmur in Wilson's heart. The murmur is a 3/4. Our vet is concerned that Wilson has an abnormal heart base. MORE -->
If you would like to help us provide Newly, Wilson, or any of our other Special Needs rescues with the lifesaving medical care they desperately need, we will be very grateful.
The downturn in the economy has hit many of us quite hard. As a result, SRN is receiving more and more requests to surrender Schips, many of them seniors who will be difficult to place. SRN has an innovative new solution, but your help is needed. Please click HERE
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||If you are looking for a rescued Schipperke to adopt and love, you will find Schipperke rescue people here to contact who have or know about available Schips. Eligible dogs come into rescue all the time. Thus many of our contacts can best serve you by talking with you now, and then waiting to find just the right Schip for you and your family.
||You can find out all about our adoption process and download Adoption Application forms and see our Home Check form, which may be required. You can also see a sample of the Adoption Contract you will sign.
||If you, sadly, must give up your dog, you will find an alternative to shelters and pounds where you can rest easy that your beloved animal will surely find a great home and will be loved and cared for until they do.
||You will find out what those of us in Schipperke Rescue actually do, the various ways adoptions take place, what happens during foster care, what adoption fees cover, and a lot more information. There's even a feedback form so you can ask questions.