Pictured here are some of the Desert Rough Riders forming a human chain to unload dog food donated by the club for the second time. Their first visit resulted in a great adoption by one of their members!
Bubba is one of the OAS dogs that came to RUFFF that has been getting a lot of news/attention and the Kingman Daily Miner has an update on him…
Bubba with RUFFF president Hillarie Allison.
RUFFF House Animal Sanctuary is in a rough spot
As a sanctuary, RUFFF provides lifelong care for unwanted, abandoned and Court Ordered dogs of every breed as well as many cats and even farm animals. A lot of elderly animals are taken in by RUFFF and they will live out their lives here.
Testimonial from Guardians of Rescue: “When we called on RUFFF House to allow us to build an emergency shelter to rescue 124 dogs from the failed Olympic Animal Sanctuary, RUFFF House was ready and willing! RUFFF House provided many resources that we needed. We know that RUFFF will continue to be there for many other rescues. It is our hope that many will all pitch into help RUFFF Huse continue their good work.”
RUFFF House needs help to continue saving and providing for the 300 dogs, cats, pigs and goats in our care.
All adoptable animals are placed for adoption, but many will live out their natural lives at RUFFFHouse!
We thank you for your care, concern and support.
- See more at: http://www.youcaring.com/other/rufff-house-animal-sanctuary-is-in-a-rough-spot/177268
This is Bubba – the Olympic Animal Sanctuary (OAS) survivor that was only hours from death when he was brought off the semi.
Bubba was so emaciated, dehydrated, and in full seizure with a temperature of 107 when I rushed him to the vet in Henderson, NV. Bubba stayed in seizure for over 4 days and they couldn’t break them for more than a few minutes. It was looking very grim for Bubba and Dr. Winn was at the point where he thought it was time to let Bubba go. And then, Bubba’s will to live kicked in and he started to respond and it’s been all uphill from there.
Bubba was hospitalized for nearly 3 months before returning to RUFFFHouse to continue his recovery and find his forever home!
Anyone local in the tri-state area who is interested in adopting Bubba should contact RUFFF at 928-565-BARK. Bubba is a wonderful dog but needs to be the only pet. He will also need some medication for his joints for the rest of his life, but he should have a great long life! He is such a loving happy dog, as you can see!