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Puppies and More Awesome Dogs at Saturday's Adoption Event

Stonecliffe Animal Rescue will hold an adoption event on Saturday, 2/9 at Dublin's Petsmart and we're hoping you'll join us.

Every two weeks Stonecliffe Animal Rescue holds a dog adoption event outside of Petsmart (inside if it's raining) in Dublin. A few weeks ago we had a great turnout! And, we're so happy to say that we adopted 40 dogs at that event! Another eight dogs were placed in foster homes. This is such great news and we continue on our mission of saving the lives of as many dogs as possible.

We're hoping you'll help us spread the word about our next adoption event which is Saturday, Feb. 9 from 11am to 3pm again at Dublin's Petsmart.

We have dogs of all kinds coming to the event, including a large number of puppies!

Click here to read more about the dogs we have up for adoption and feel free to contact us with any questions. Not all of the puppies coming to the event are listed yet, so we're letting you know that it's worth stopping by to see these "surprise" puppies! They are all wonderful, sweet, loving dogs looking for a forever home.

You can get the latest information about our dog rescue on Facebook.

If you're not ready to adopt and are willing to foster a dog, we could definitely use the help! Post a comment here or contact us and we'll send you a foster application. 

We hope to see you Saturday and thank you for spreading the word about our event!

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Trisha Bingham February 14, 2013 at 10:48 PM
After fostering for Big Dawgs Rescue and having a bad experience I justifiably voiced my opinion of them on Facebook, Yelp and VolunteerMatch.com. I did this without engaging in an argument or name calling, just stuck to the fact of my experience. Here is what I received in response from them, it is a good example of their abusive behavior and why they don’t deserve your support. If you have a GED or ever worked at McDonalds you will be especially offended. My only intent in sharing this is to encourage our community to support other dog rescues because these people are a poor representation of a rescue. If they really cared about the dogs they would maintain good Foster and community relations. “Your stupidity is escalating, is Forest Gump your brother or are you just simply white trash? How is your GED working out, McDonalds has a future for you.” “Ok let’s see the balls you have Trisha, why don’t you come to one of my events and protest instead of being a coward and hide behind your stupid message. I would soooooo love to see you in person and many other people as well, bring it on.”
Trisha Bingham February 14, 2013 at 11:36 PM
Hello Trisha I want to thank you for speaking up against JoAnn & big Dawgs Rescue. It frustrates me that rescue are supposed to network an work together and work with their community. As you stated that’s not always the case 90% of the time with JoAnn. On behalf of the rescue community that has had issue with JoAnn I wanted to say I’m sorry that you had to experience this with JoAnn. I’m the Rescue Coordinator with ************* Animal Rescue and our Rescue choose to not work with JoAnn due to her action an her inability to act as an adult, control her anger & unwilling to change. Unfortunately She does not understand her action are a direct reflection on not only her rescue but the rescue community as a whole it will altimetry hurt the animals. Again thank you for using your voice.

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