Yorkie911 Rescue, Inc.
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Yorkie911 Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization run by volunteers. 100% of all donations go to rescuing and taking care of the medical needs of the pups. If you would like to make a donation, please click on the paypal button below. No amount is too small. Please help us help the pups!
Pictured Left: Charlotte, Our Ambassadog, recovered from her amputated leg in rescue.
Pictured Right: Sophia was terribly matted when she arrived in rescue. She had a dental, was groomed, fully vaccinated & spayed before being adopted.
Pictured Left: Booboo, a puppymill survivor from our first *Pup My Ride* on Sept 1, 2010 with Best Friends Animal Society was "cleaned up" and spayed before being adopted.
Pictured Right: Captain Jack Sparrow, another puppymill survivor from the November 10, 2010 *Pup My Ride* with Best Friends Animal Society, had cherry eye that was treated. He was also neutered prior to his adoption.
Pictured Left: Sophie, one of four Yorkies surrendered by the previous owner, looked worse than most of our puppymill survivors. She was spayed prior to adoption.
Pictured Right: Lexi is the daughter of Sophie, pictured left, was also surrendered by their previous owner. Both needed a serious bathing, grooming, nail trimming, vaccinations and to be spayed!
Sophie & Lexi have since been adopted together!
Sadie "Before" Sadie "During" Sadie "After"
Pictured Above: Sadie, a puppymill survivor from our March 29, 2011 *Pup My Ride* with Best Friends Animal Society was severly matted & had terribly dry skin. She was groomed, bathed and now looks & feels great! Sadie was spayed before being adopted.
Pictured Above: Finster, also known as Fin, is the youngest pup to become a part of the Yorkie911 Foster Care Program. At only 8 weeks old, he was infested with fleas, tested positive for Giardia and had a broken rear foot. He later got tapeworm & the news that his foot could never be fixed. Amputation is the final option. Despite his challenges being a Special Needs pup, he remains sweet and continues to grow! Fin was neutered and has since been adopted.
Pictured Above: Jiggy is a pint-sized Yorkie with a serious hernia problem. Prior to his rescue debut, Jiggy had already had 2 hernia surgeries but upon discovery of a third hernia, his family surrendered him. Jiggy has since had 2 more hernia surgeries while in Rescue, one of which he needed a mesh donated by the manufacturer Covidien. We pray that Jiggy will be healthy moving forward but seeing as this little guy has already had 4 hernia surgeries in his lifetime, we will never be 100% sure if a hernia will return. Please consider donating to Yorkie911 to help me and other pups like me.