Oreo, previously Moose, came to us from KY and is a great boy! Oreo is very gentle and timid and knows many commands including "leave it", "no", "wait", "kennel up" and "come". According to his previous caretaker, Oreo gets attached very easily but does not bark when separated. He appears to be potty trained. Oreo will be getting entropion surgery in the next few days.
Update (12/2014): Oreo was adopted just in time for the holidays! Congratulations, Oreo!!
Judy is our little girl that arrived to us from New York City. At first Judy was a bit shy but has now come out of her shell. Judy loves getting treats, running and playing with toys.
Update (09/2014): Judy had entropion eye surgery recently and is recovering well
Update (11/2014): Judy is loving her new life with her new family. Congrats, Judy!
Bear is coming to us from Nelson County, KY where he is surrendered by his owner. On July 4 Bear started his quarantine. He must be there 14 days before we can transport him across state borders. In the mean time, he had a wellness exam, neuter, all of his shots, microchip and in conjunction with us, whatever else Nelson Co KY required. Thanks to Kindred Hearts Transport Connection for working with us to get Bear up to Maryland. Once Bear gets up to Maryland, he will be looking for a foster or furever home since he's not used to the kennel environment.
Update: (9/2014) Bear found his furever home in Rising Sun, MD.
This is Jenny less than a year old, hit by a car, left on the street. A good Samaritan picked her up unconscious and took her to a vet.
Jenny has a fractured pelvis which might need a metal implant. But Jenny is a trooper, she is trying to walk on it and we will take this day by day.
We have already invested several weeks of medical care plus transportation fees.
Update: Jenny had her fractured pelvis repaired and is being kept so that she doesn't use it too much. She's turned out to be very affectionate and quite the kissy lady.
Jenny needs a quiet foster home to heal and MACSPRO is in need of DONATIONS in order to continue helping Jenny and our other Pei.'
Update: Jenny's pelvis has healed well and is free to walk around on a leash. We are also happy to report that Jenny has gone to foster! We are hoping she will find her furever home very soon!
Update: (9/2014) Jenny found her furever home in Fort Meade, MD.
Stella is our little Ori-Pei coming from New York weighing in at approximately 29 pounds. Stella loves attention and sitting in laps to get petted. Stella doesn't mind being picked up and will gladly stay by your side. She seems to like cats and dogs and would make a wonderful addition to any home.
Update: (9/2014) Stella was adopted by her foster and is settling quite well in her furever home with all of her dog and cat brothers and sisters.