Thanks to everyone for their patience waiting for an update.  As you can imagine, Kim is VERY busy with these dogs, and the last thing we want to do is bother her with requests for her time.  But being the Wonder Woman she is, she was able to get around to it, and get some new pictures!  Unfortunately, I was out of town.  So I'm compiling the information she's sent to keep you updated on what's going on. (As always, click on the photos to see a larger view.)

Blues teethBabs and Sheeba

If you are interested in working with rescue and would consider being a foster home, please go to our Contact Page and send an inquiry.  These are special needs/special circumstance dogs, so please, serious inquiries into fostering only.  Priority will be given to homes within driving distance of the Canton, Ohio vicinity - Ohio, western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Indiana, Michigan, etc. 

Even if you can't foster, the care and transport of these lovely little Fox Terriers is going to be expensive and we need your help to fund their way to a new life. Your donation, however big or small, is greatly appreciated.  Until now, these dogs have lived their lives as livestock, and it's time they learn what it's like to be warm and loved!

On to the report from Kim. This is pretty blunt and not exactly a fun read, however, it's the reality of what we're dealing with - and what all rescues deal with when we get dogs in from Puppy Mills.  Don't buy from Pet Stores.  Research breeders you find in ads or on websites carefully!  A nice website doesn't necessarily mean they are a nice breeding facility.  Thanks to everyone for their support - as you can tell from reading this, it's a HUGE job that Kim took on.  She's a Rock Star - no doubt about it!  And because of the generosity of our supporters and the hard work of the volunteers, we're able to help these dogs.JessyTiffany enjoying the sun

July 10: 

Jinx and BabsMyah's bellyBabs getting a bathBlue Grass

 July 11:

I’m going to try and send some more pictures tonight to the list.  I am getting fairly tired though.

Blue Grass smilingTiffany walkingSheeba after her bathJinx checking things out

July 16:

Blue, Myah and JessyBlue playing with toysJessy's bellyJinx loving life 

Things are still pretty up in the air with the dogs, and everyone is extremely busy - especially Kim! - but we'll post updates and photos both here and on our Facebook page as things progress so that you can see how your donations are helping these dogs.  And as soon as they're ready to be adopted, we'll let you in on that as well!

Thanks to all of you American Fox Terrier Rescue has saved a lot of dogs over the years.  In these difficult economic times, we know that your charitable donations are more sought after than ever.  We hope you are able to open your heart to these wonderful dogs and give them the new lease on the life they so richly deserve.

Together, we can make this happen!