Furry Friends, Forever Homes

This week, we are going to let the pictures do the talking (puppy pics below!).

Fifty-one dogs were recently surrendered in North Dakota so they wouldn’t freeze as the winter sets in, including these six pups. All of the dogs were transported to rescue organizations across the area, and Northwest Minnesota Aussie Rescue took these 4-6 week old sweethearts in (as well as another 10-12 week old pup).

There are four girls and two boys, and they are thought to be Australian Heelers with a possible mix of terrier or chihuahua.

All are available for adoption, so for more information, please contact Northwest Minnesota Aussie Rescue.








About Northwest Minnesota Aussie Rescue (NW-MN Aussie Rescue)

NW-MN Aussie Rescue takes in Australian Shepherds that need a new home for whatever reason. They also ensure the aussies are up to date on vaccinations, spay/neuter, micro-chipping and any other health issue they may have resolved.

NW-MN Aussie Rescue does not pay for any of the Australian Shepherds that come through the rescue. They ensure the dog will not come into harms way and will have a loving warm home in return. A surrender form must be filled out prior to relinquishment of an aussie.

Northwest Minnesota Aussie Rescue also works in conjunction with Aussie Rescue of Minnesota and will often work together in finding the right home. All homes will be screened prior to placement of an aussie. An adoption application must be filled out by the potential adopters.

They strive to ensure the best possible fit for an aussie into a family, therefore, all aussies are screened carefully upon arrival at NW-MN Aussie Rescue. Should NW-MN Aussie Rescue not have what a potential family wants, often Aussie Rescue of Minnesota (ARM) will be contacted for any prospective aussies that may reside in Elk River, MN where Aussie Rescue of Minnesota (ARM) is based.

For more information on NW-MN Aussie Rescue, check out their Facebook page.


About Pause 4 Paws

Pause 4 Paws raises funds for 18 animal rescue organizations that have little time to raise money on their own because they are in the trenches doing the difficult work, day and night. The focus of Pause 4 Paws is to help these organizations with their life-saving efforts. The individuals who work for the 18 organizations that Pause 4 Paws financially supports are tireless in their efforts to rescue animals by providing medical care and finding forever homes for dogs and cats in need. In 2012, these 18 organizations rescued over 5,500 dogs and cats, and they vaccinated, spayed and neutered an additional 5,300. That is almost 11,000 animals! For more information, please visit the Pause 4 Paws website

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