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Perfect for playin' and fetchin' is little Miss Gretchen! This two and a half-year-old mini Lab-Terrier mix arrived as a stray at the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on June 15th. Gretchen is a great dog, but testing heartworm positive made her a financial burden for rescues. And sure enough, she ended up on the PTS (Put To Sleep) list for the July 24th.

We are here to put at-risk dogs on the RADAR, by raising vital funds and sending of those funds to the dogs we are helping.

She's a Corgi! She's a Feist! She's a Dachshund! She's Zoe! Only two-years old and weighing 20 lbs., Zoe arrived as a stray at the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on October 29th. As cute as she is, Zoe had no takers at the shelter. Testing heartworm positive did not help her chances of getting rescued.

We are here to put at-risk dogs on the RADAR, by raising vital funds and sending of those funds to the dogs we are helping.

What does this dog say to everyone who has helped him? "Tank you very much!" On February 17th, Tank, a two-year-old Pit Bull mix, was picked up as a stray by animal control. Tank was taken to the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina. Two big obstacles stood in the way of Tank's potential rescue: he was a Pit Bull mix and heartworm positive. Without any adopter or rescue interest, Tank found himself on the shelter's euthanasia list for April 9th.

We are here to put at-risk dogs on the RADAR, by raising vital funds and sending of those funds to the dogs we are helping.

As you will soon learn, a better name for Cyrus might have been Houdini! This approximately three-year-old Lab mix arrived as a stray at the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on March 27th. Cyrus tested heartworm positive. After being lucky enough to eventually get rescue interest, he was placed in a temporary foster home, from which he promptly escaped!

We are here to put at-risk dogs on the RADAR, by raising vital funds and sending of those funds to the dogs we are helping.

The litany of Luther: from unlucky Luther to lucky Luther. This approximately 18-month-old Lab-Collie mix, arrived as a stray at the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on June 10th. Poor Luther had some skin issues, an ear infection and scratches around his eyes (he was thought to have been attacked by another dog). He had to wear a cone to keep from biting an area of skin that was either rubbed raw or had been burned.

We are here to put at-risk dogs on the RADAR, by raising vital funds and sending of those funds to the dogs we are helping.

Bringing the brindled Brinley back from the brink! This two-year-old Boxer-Hound mix (and recent mother) arrived as a stray at the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on April 17th. Being heartworm positive, Brinley faced long odds of getting adopted or rescued. Sure enough, she showed up on the shelter's dreaded Put To Sleep list for May 29th.

We are here to put at-risk dogs on the RADAR, by raising vital funds and sending of those funds to the dogs we are helping.

What do you get when you mix a Pomeranian and an American Eskimo Dog? A Pomerimo? An Eskiranian? How about Perry! Two years old and weighing 22 pounds, Perry arrived as a stray at the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on June 22nd. Perry faced two challenges in getting out of the shelter alive. First, he was a bit fickle around other dogs, and second, he was heartworm positive. Both made rescue placement all the more difficult.

We are here to put at-risk dogs on the RADAR, by raising vital funds and sending of those funds to the dogs we are helping.

And now the amazing story of saving Grace after her fall from grace with a rescue. Grace is an approximately 18-month-old Australian Kelpie mix who arrived on April 8th at the Chester County Animal Care & Control shelter in South Carolina. Not only was Grace heartworm positive, but also pregnant! She needed a rescue, and fast.

We are here to put at-risk dogs on the RADAR, by raising vital funds and sending of those funds to the dogs we are helping.

Garrison Keillor is famous for proclaiming that all the children of Lake Wobegon are above average. And we think that all RADAR dogs, including Garrison, are above average as well! This four-year-old Dalmatian mix arrived as a stray at the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on August 20th. Heartworm positive, Garrison had no adopter or rescue interest for over two months, and was increasingly at risk.

We are here to put at-risk dogs on the RADAR, by raising vital funds and sending of those funds to the dogs we are helping.

How could we not help to save a Saint? And this Saint was in grave danger. About two years old, this Bluetick Coonhound arrived as a stray at the Montgomery County Animal Control shelter in North Carolina on October 29th. As just another hunting dog in a shelter with a 95% kill rate, Saint had little time and not much hope to get out alive. Oh, and Saint was also possibly pregnant, and probably heartworm positive.

We are here to put at-risk dogs on the RADAR, by raising vital funds and sending of those funds to the dogs we are helping.

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