Meet Rolly….now Allagash
On March 27th, Brookline got a call from a Vet in North Jersey for a puppy who needed help. The puppy had been brought in by a breeder to be euthanized because he “walked funny,” but the Vet refused to euthanize him without a neurological evaluation. To find out more about Allagash and to follow his progress, click on his picture to be taken to his blog.
|Have you ever wanted to be a superhero? YOU can make a difference in a dog’s life! We’ve exceeded our goal of adding 15 new foster homes in celebration of our 15th anniversary, but shelters are full to capacity and many Labs are still anxiously awaiting our help. We rely on our foster homes to provide the care these Labs need to transition to a new home. Won’t you join us? Requirements for fostering are minimal — wholesome food and fresh water daily, basic manners training (no experience needed in most cases), daily exercise, lots of love, and all of the comforts of home! To learn more about becoming a foster home for Brookline, please click here.|
|The Road from Puppy Mill to a Loving Home|
Have you ever thought about giving a loving home to a puppy mill or breeder dog but weren’t sure you could handle the challenge? Please click here to read an insightful letter from one of our adopting families to their newly adopted Lab, Casey, that should address any concerns you might have.