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Our Current Fundraising Projects
These dogs are currently in our program and seeking forever homes. Their forever homes are largely dependent on our ability to rehab them -- physically, behaviorally or both. Updates are provided on each dog's YouCaring.com page.

 Northeast Rescue Program NORTHEAST RESCUE PROGRAM, Organized by Sharon Barchuk
Help Vet Cobb County Shelter Dogs for Transport and Adoption in the Northeast
Beagles and Hounds in Crisis Due to Rescuer Health SENIOR BEAGLES
Beagles and Hounds in Crisis Due to Rescuer Health Donate at: youcaring.com/beagles-hounds


Our Ongoing Sanctuary Project
We continue to fundraise for dogs abandoned at the Frogs to Dogs Sanctuary to help with monthly food and preventatives, plus annual vaccinations.

Sanctuary Dog: Leon Russell - 3-Legged Belgian Malnoise LEON The 3-Legged Belgian Malnoise Donate at: youcaring.com/leonrussell

All Ralphie Wants for Christmas is a Fence...So He Can Finally Have a HOME!

posted Nov 6, 2012, 8:16 AM by Jamie Sprague   [ updated Nov 6, 2012, 8:17 AM ]



Hey Folks! I'm Ralphie and I'm the luckiest black bully mix around town. You know why? Well, I was down to my last hour of life on deathrow at county animal control when a nice lady saw my picture all the way up in that big city called New York and decided she could not let me die in the morning!

So, she called all of her friends -- Doggie Harmony, her friend with a doggie boarding place and a volunteer at the county shelter -- to put a plan in place to save me. When she came home from her business trip in the big city and met me, she knew, she had not made a mistake. She took me to see doggie doctors who have gotten me in tip top shape, but worried about where I'd go when her next business trip came up -- and they came up a lot!

That's when she met some new folks at another doggie boarding place who said I could stay there a bit if it would help. It was in boarding there that I met a special guy and gal who really fell in love with me. They even took me home for sleepovers at their house. Well, I couldn't help myself one day and I jumped over their fence into the neighbors yard to say "Hi" and it scared them. So now I can't go back to stay with my great new friends until they have a tall fence that I can't jump over. I guess it will keep me safe too.

And get this -- if I could just get this tall fence, my new friends said they'd keep me forever! This would make everyone, especially my lifesaver so so happy b/c it's been very costly to care for me in the many months it's taken for me to find someone that wants to take me home. She says I'm her little $3,000 dog, whatever that means. Sounds like I'm real fancy, eh?

Now that I found someone, the only thing standing in the way is this dang fence -- could everyone just pitch in a little to help us pay for it? If lots of people give a little, it can add up fast.

My lifesaver, my friends who need a fence and I would be so so grateful. I've been waiting so patiently to go home with someone for many months and I'm sooooooo close. Please help!

XOXO
Ralphie

Doggie Harmony is officially recognized by the IRS as a non-profit organization – your donations are tax deductible and can be made via the ChipIn link at right, PayPal.com to donate@doggieharmony.org or check/mail to: Doggie Harmony, P.O. Box 191362, Atlanta, GA 31119

Ralphie Desperately Needs Foster

posted Jul 6, 2012, 8:25 AM by Jamie Sprague   [ updated Jul 6, 2012, 8:25 AM ]

Sweet young Ralphie was rescued by a caring individual from a county animal shelter that's forced to euthanize dogs for space as often as weekly. So, he quite literally dodged a bullet when his sponsor plucked him out of the lineup. His kind sponsor travels for work and cannot foster him. She was sure he would be easy to find foster for, but it's been a couple months and the boarding bill is really adding up.

Ralphie's a great young fella of about 2 y/o and 50 lbs who loves to run all around and sniff everything in sight! He's got great coloring and markings that picture really can't capture. Most importantly, Ralphie is as sweet as a teddy bear and able to hang with any person, dog or cat. If someone out there is looking for a running/playmate who can also be a couch cuddler, Ralphie is your man!

Can someone out there foster Ralphie or help with donations toward his boarding? Ralphie and his sponsor would be forever grateful! If you're interested in possivly fostering or adopting Ralphie, contact jamie@doggieharmony.org. If you're interested in donating to his boarding, you do so via PayPal to donate@doggieharmony.org or by check/mail to Doggie Harmony, P.O. Box 191362, Atlanta, GA 31119. Please include "Ralphie" in the memo.

Update: Evicted 6-Pack of Dogs + 3 Pups

posted Jun 13, 2012, 11:29 AM by Jamie Sprague   [ updated Jul 6, 2012, 8:15 AM ]

From Nine to Three - Annabelle, Macy and Peanut Still Need Us!

In the Fall, we organized funds and donated goods for a Hall County rescuer with 29 Animals that was facing eviction threats. Your donations bought her more time to downsize the number of animals she had, but unfortunately, friction with the landlord increased and resulted in her February eviction.

With their rescuer still in this transitional state, the decision was made to intake the remaining nine dogs, requiring paid boarding for all dogs except mama and her three pups, on top of each one's medical needs. At this time, two dogs still remain in boarding and one is in foster -- each one desperately awaiting life in a home. The other six have gone into foster or forever homes outside of Georgia.

If you're interested in fostering, adopting or becoming a monthly sponsor to Annabelle, Macy or Peanut, please contact Liz at fidofriend@spamarrest.com.
We could really use help in funding this major save and are humbly asking for financial support via the ChipIn for 6-Pack & Pups we've set up, PayPal to donate@doggieharmony.org or check/mail to Doggie Harmony, P.O. Box 191362, Atlanta, GA 31119.Please include "Faith's Dogs" in the memo.

The Farrah Resocialization Project

posted Jun 13, 2012, 11:07 AM by Jamie Sprague   [ updated Jun 13, 2012, 11:07 AM ]

Farrah is looking for monthly sponsors for her long-term rehab. She's had a long road to go because she was tied in a backyard from puppyhood until age 8 months and missed key positive socialization with humans. Because she was tied out with many friends, she has no issues getting along with other dogs; she's very social and playful with her fur friends. Farrah is now at what we call 'the halfway house' with a trainer who houses several others he's working with, but she would love to find her own patient and attentive temporary or permanent home. If you're interested in fostering, adopting or becoming Farrah's monthly sponsor, please contact jamie@doggieharmony.org.

See/share sweet baby Farrah via Adopt-A-Pet or Facebook. 
"Hiya! I'm Farrah, a petite 45 lb, 2 yr blonde bombshell with the cutest underbite you ever did see! I've been in boarded training for many months getting resocialized, after being rescued with several other dogs from our tie-outs at a backyard breeder's property. I am anxious to get into someone's cozy home and until then, my 'halfway house' is costing approximately $10/day. C'mon - I will be a forever friend and companion?


Donations can be made via PayPal to donate@doggieharmony.org or by check/mail to Doggie Harmony, P.O. Box 191362, Atlanta, GA 31119. Please put 'Farrah' in the memo.

A Big Rescue for Evicted 6-Pack of Dogs + 3 Pups

posted Jun 13, 2012, 11:05 AM by Jamie Sprague   [ updated Jun 13, 2012, 11:05 AM ]


 
In October, we asked for your help for a Hall County rescuer with 29 Animals that was facing eviction threats. Your donations bought her more time to downsize the number of animals she had, but unfortunately, friction with the landlord increased and resulted in her February eviction. Liz has been trying to help her by seeking out fosters for the dogs. Buddy, who is now adopted and living happily in Maine was one dog she was able to immediately help, thanks to a foster offer. Most recently, Liz coordinated a supply drive upon hearing that the remaining animals were essentially camping out with their rescuer. With their rescuer still in this transitional state, the decision was made to intake the remaining six dogs to include a mama dog with three pups. Mama and pups found foster, but the remaining five are in paid-boarding and their vetting had to be handled as part of that.  

We could really use help in funding this major save and are humbly asking for financial support via the ChipIn for 6-Pack & Pups we've set up, PayPal to donate@doggieharmony.org or check/mail to Doggie Harmony, P.O. Box 191362, Atlanta, GA 31119.Please include "Faith's Dogs" in the memo. Faith's dogs could also benefit from foster (or adoptive) homes as it would save the cost of boarding, so if you are interested, please contact Liz at fidofriend@spamarrest.com. 

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