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Josie lost her home and family, and was about to lose her life! This one-year-old Beagle-Corgi mix arrived at the Lee County Animal Services shelter in North Carolina on February 28th. Josie was an owner surrender. We don't know why, but we do know that her life was in grave danger at the shelter. Time was not on her side, since the shelter included her on their euthanasia list for March 4th.

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 is the story of the fickle fate of fearless Fred. On Valentine's Day, Fred was picked up as a stray by animal control. A Beagle mix estimated to be four years old, Fred was taken to the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina. Twice Fred had local adopter interest, but neither panned out. At last, a rescue agreed to take him. However, when Fred went to the vet, it was determined that he was not four, but more like eight.

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.

Buster got busted for being too nice! Yep, you read that right. The owners of this two-year-old Boxer mix wanted Buster to be a guard dog, but he was just too friendly and submissive. So Buster was surrendered to the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on June 25th. The way Buster cowered whenever someone raised a hand, the shelter staff suspected that he may have been abused in order to try to make him mean.

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.

Brendle's story is one of heartbreak, hope, happiness and more heartbreak. At the age of 10, Brendle, a Border Collie mix, was surrendered by his owner to the Mercer County Animal Shelter in West Virginia on April 21st. A senior dog surrendered to a kill shelter is at high risk of not making it out alive. Dear old Brendle, who was frail and very underweight, deserved better than this.

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 a beautiful, affectionate three-year-old Labrador Retriever mix, Kris had no idea how life became so kris-krossed for her and her four puppies this past summer. She was a dog who loved everyone and who anyone could easily love, but she found herself surrendered to the Darlington County Humane Society shelter in South Carolina on August 7th when her owner could no longer afford to feed her and her pups. This gorgeous blond was an obvious catch, but the sad reality for her and so many…

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.

It was a bit of a fluke that saved Duke! This approximately seven-year-old Beagle-Hound mix arrived at the Bladen County Animal Shelter in North Carolina on January 1st. It's not known if he was a stray or an owner surrender. Either way, it was a bleak start to the New Year for Duke. Not only was he an older dog, but he also had a large, unpleasant-looking lump on his right hip. Because he only had a short stub for a tail, he was called Nub 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.

Randy has quite the tale to tell about his tail! He is an approximately two-year-old Hound mix who was found abandoned in rural Tucker County, West Virginia. Two other Hound mixes were also found in close proximity to Randy, so it is likely that the same owner simply dumped them along a stretch of road. On March 10th, the three very emaciated dogs had the good fortune to be picked up by animal control and taken to the Tucker County Animal Shelter. Shelter manager Cathy Parsons provided...

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.

Paul Harvey was famous for ending his newscasts with “Good Day!” But this poor Harvey never had a good day. A 10-year-old Beagle, Harvey spent his entire life living outside on a chain. Way back on May 29th, his owner surrendered him to the Monroe County Animal League in West Virginia (this county does not have a shelter). This is a very rural county with minimal indoor kennel options, so Harvey was kept outside. The chances of Harvey finding an adopter or rescue were mighty slim.

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 would you call two episodes of panting by this this khaki-colored canine? Yes, a pair of Chino pants! A one to two-year-old Boxer blend, Chino arrived at the Chester County Animal Care & Control shelter in South Carolina on March 31st. He was surrendered by his owners. While we don't know why, we do know that his life was at risk at this crowded rural shelter. Adding to the concern for Chino was the revelation that he was 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.

Bella's story is a testimony to the difference one person can make in saving the life of a dog. A three-year-old American Bulldog-Boxer mix, Bella arrived at the Beaufort County Animal Control shelter in North Carolina on June 2nd. Bella had lived outside with two other dogs. Their owner left them alone for days at a time went he went shrimping, relying on neighbors to care for the dogs. He agreed to surrender Bella to the shelter, but kept the other two dogs to guard his property...

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.

BUFORD...Princeton, WV - Labrador Retriever/Border Collie Mix. Meet Buford, a dog for adoption. http://www.adoptapet.com/pet/11163243-princeton-west-virginia-labrador-retriever-mix

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 Fred had much to dread. Approximately 18 months old, this Boxer-Pit Bull mix arrived at the Chester County Animal Care & Control shelter in South Carolina on March 19th. Surrendered by his owner, Fred was understandably frightened to be at the shelter. Despite lots of networking efforts, there was no adopter or rescue interest. It didn't help that Fred was heartworm positive and a Pit Bull mix.

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.

Unlike Alice in Wonderland, this Alice had no interest in following any rabbits. And because this Alice was a Hound dog who wouldn’t hunt, she was surrendered by her owner to the Duplin County Animal Shelter in North Carolina on November 17th. At eight years old, Alice was especially at risk at this small rural high-kill 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.

It's not quite Thelma and Louise, but it is Leonardo and Louise! And it seems that fate was determined to keep these two bonded Boxer mixes together. Louise was estimated to be three years old, while Leonardo was at least nine years old. In early July, for no known reason, both dogs were surrendered by their family to the Aiken County Animal Shelter in South Carolina. With Louise and Leonardo being larger dogs and heartworm positive, they faced even greater odds...

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.

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