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With Ty wanting to be your best friend, what would you call his fashionable blue neckwear in his photo? Yes, it would be a blue beau Ty! On October 15th, animal control brought this three-year-old Pit Bull mix to the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina. If being a Pit Bull mix wasn't enough of a challenge for Ty, he was also 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.

With Beth needing a bed and so much more, we could call her story "Bed Beth & Beyond!" This three to four-year-old Pit Bull mix arrived on May 13th at the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina. She was brought to the shelter by animal control. Being a Pit Bull mix and heartworm positive did not bode well for Beth. She was on the shelter's "Put To Sleep" list for June 20th.

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.

Hi! Idina here to tell you my story. And what a story I have to tell! I'm a a four to five year-old Pit Bull mix. I was a single and homeless mom who gave birth to six beautiful pups in late March. On April 7th, after hearing about my plight, some nice folks from animal control took me and my family to the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina. The shelter was so crowded that we spent the first several days in a cage on the shelter's front porch!

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.

A hobo is a homeless person, and this Hobo was a homeless dog. A two to three-year-old Hound mix, Hobo was picked up by animal control. He arrived at the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on July 24th. True to his name, Hobo looked like a hobo who had been on his own for a long time. He was very thin with protruding hip bones, and had multiple scrapes and scars on his legs and head. Hobo was also 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.

Vanna White had her Wheel of Fortune. However, it was more like a Wheel of Misfortune for this Vana! But then Lady Luck struck, and in the process, Vana became the 600th dog RADAR has assisted! Two to three-year-old Vana is an Australian Cattle Dog-Hound mix. She arrived at the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on April 17th. Vana was picked up by animal control after concerned neighbors reported that Vana's family had abandoned her...

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.

Wesley is a daddy from Darlington! This three-year-old Pit Bull mix was surrendered by his owner to the Darlington County Humane Society shelter on September 25th. Wesley’s pups, Wes and Weslyn, were also surrendered with him that day. While Wesley’s pups were taken to a foster home, Wesley was left behind at the shelter. He tested heartworm positive after arriving at the shelter and his fate...

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.

Saving Haze was like going through a maze! In late February, this adorable two-year-old Pit Bull mix arrived at the Chester County Animal Care & Control shelter in South Carolina. Haze tested heartworm positive and was unable to be adopted locally due to the shelter's policy. Haze had all the odds stacked against him. Being part Pit Bull and heartworm positive truly put him at the bottom of the list for possible rescue...

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.

Get out the violin, or even the mandolin, as we tell you about what a mortal sin it would have been not to save Gwendolyn! This four to five-year-old Pit Bull mix arrived at the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on May 6th. While we're not sure how or why Gwendolyn ended up at the shelter, we do know that she was on borrowed time there. Her situation was only made worse with the combination of her being a Pit Bull mix and 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.

What could be sweeter than caramel? This Caramel! Three years old and a Shepherd mix, Caramel arrived at the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on July 3rd. She was picked up as a stray by animal control. Poor Caramel was traumatized by the shelter environment. She also tested heartworm positive. When the shelter's list of dogs to be euthanized on August 20th came out, Caramel was on it.

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.

Lookie! Lookie! It's a dog named Cookie! Approximately two years old, this Labrador Retriever-Redbone Coonhound mix arrived at the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on January 30th. She was brought in by animal control. Although Cookie was a fun and loving dog, she was passed over by adopters and rescues. Her heartworm positive status did not help. Cookie ended up on the shelter's Put To Sleep list for March 19th.

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.

Ivey is in a league of her own, which makes her an Ivey League dog! This one to two-year-old Pit Bull-Terrier mix arrived at the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on November 14th. But she did not arrive alone. Ivey had seven recently-born puppies with her! Animal control brought the entire stray family to the shelter. Fortunately, a temporary foster was found immediately.

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.

You’d have to be a fuddy-duddy not to like little Buddy! This five to six-month-old English Pointer mix was surrendered by his owner to the Halifax County Animal Control shelter in North Carolina on February 19th. He initially had rescue interest, but then for some unknown reason, it fell through. As February turned to March, Buddy became ill at the shelter.

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.

Poor Stewie was in a stew! Estimated to be at least seven years old, Stewie is a Beagle mix who arrived as a stray at the Powhatan County Animal Control Shelter in Virginia on March 4th. The combination of Stewie being an older dog and having a large lump put his life in dire danger at this rural high-kill shelter. And indeed, his time was up on June 19th. Without a rescue commitment, Stewie would be euthanized.

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.

This Oz needed more than a wizard to get her on the yellow brick road to finding her forever home! Seven years old and a Pit Bull mix, Oz arrived at the Lee County Shelter in North Carolina on December 3rd. Oz was surrendered to the shelter by her owners because they thought she was too old. Thin and malnourished, with overgrown nails, Oz appeared to have been neglected for a long time. As an owner surrender, she was subject to be euthanized at any time. However, Oz was such a sweet dog...

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.

Hello! Addison here to tell you my story! I'm just over a year old and a Labrador Retriever-Pit Bull mix. Way back on January 21st, I was minding my own business as a homeless, single mom just trying to take care of my five new pups when some people from animal control showed up. They took us to the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina. While I was relieved to have some help with my pups, this shelter was no home, sweet home! Far from it.

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.

If Casper was the friendly ghost, then Jasper is the friendly dog! This two-year-old American Pit Bull Terrier mix arrived at the Sampson County Animal Shelter in North Carolina on January 14th. The fur around Jasper's neck was stained from the chain he previously wore. Jasper faced an uphill battle to get out of the shelter alive; not only was he a Pit Bull mix, but he was also 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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