All of our pets are special! They are all looking for the same thing.....a FOREVER home. A family to call their own.
Some have greater needs than others. Few are house trained ...most are not. Most of our dogs are puppy mill dogs saved from the horrible conditions they have lived in since birth. A few are shelter dogs which we have no background on and some are surrendered by their owners for one reason or another.
Please consider giving a rescued pet a home! They will give you more love than you can ever ask for.
LOW COST SPAY/NEUTER ASSISTANCE
Ky HS provides low cost spays and neuters. Costs are extremely minimal and the care is great! If you are interested in this service please contact SNIP in Louisville, KY at 502-636-3491. tell them Waggin Tails referred you.
old comforters/blankets for bedding
gift cards for Sams to buy supplies
Stainless steell or ceramic bowls...no plastic
flea/tick meds...only fronline. No Hartz or OTC products.
dog food....only grain/corn free...EX: Taste of the Wild, Blue Buffalo, Merrick, Natural Balance
WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK
We would like to thank Elizabethtown Animal Hospital for the extraordinary care they have provided for our rescued pets for many years. The staff and veterinarians there are the best!
We would also like to thank East Bullitt Animal Clinic for the care they provide for our rescued pets. Dr Pollette and her staff are very rescue friendly an provide wonderful care to our rescued pets.
If you would like to make a cash donation please make a payment toward our account at Elizabethtown Animal Hospital 270-737-8220 or East Bullitt Animal Clinic 502-904-9800. Any one of the receptionist will be happy to take a credit card payment over the phone. You can also call and pay for supplies for our rescue such as heart worm meds and flea/tick meds and we can pick them up there.
Who We Are
Waggin Tails Pomeranian and English Bulldog Rescue AKA Waggin Tails Small Breed Rescue specializes in puppy mill dog rescues. We take in dogs from puppy mills, commercial kennels, backyard breeders, and some kill shelter dogs as well as some owner surrenders when space is available.
We work hard to build a working relationship with millers and some breeders to free dogs from cage environments at a very early age. These dogs have had little to no human socialization. They are rarely fed nutritious food and seldom get clean, fresh water. They live day to day in their own feces. They get very minimal vet care only in dire straights. They get no regular vaccinations or monthly heart worm or flea/tick prevention.
When dogs are released we work hard to get them the best care possible to make them healthy again. This includes vaccinations, wormings, dentals, spay/neuter and anything else they need.
Socialization is extremely important for them. This does take time. Some come around in just a few weeks while others can take years, some months and some never recover.
Please understand adopting a puppy mill survivor takes much work and patience. They have to be taught everything as if they were a puppy learning. If you are not ready for the amount of work they take please reconsider your decision to adopt a puppy mill survivor.
Adopting a friend
Adoptions are not done on the spot. Adoptions can take a few weeks to finalize. There is a nominal adoption fee. All of our pets are spayed or neutered, up to date on vaccinations, wormed and have been heart worm tested if age appropriate. Some dogs have had other vetting that is needed such as dentals.