A little throwback action. The boyzz from 62 Truck. Hangin on a sidewalk in Harlem between takes. (Can’t believe not even one of us is having a smoke in this pic!?!?)...😊😛😳...Every time I reflect back on that remarkable 7yr ride on #RescueMe (besides the amazing memories and the countless laughs) Im so thankful about how much it taught me. The list can go on and on,...but one thing that cannot go unsaid,...playing a firefighter and getting a taste of what these incredible man and woman do. I’ll always view them as heroes! #respect#fdny#reallifehero#firefighters#braveeveryday
It’s ChocoMax, the floppy eared guy who’s won over volunteers with his adorable smile and playful spirit. This handsome boy knows sit and just loves squeaky toys and playing fetch with his human. He will make such a perfect sidekick for the right person! 🧡
ChocoMax was brought to the shelter by our animal control officers on 11/2/2018 - over one year ago- after he was found running loose and was reported to have bitten a young child on the ankle. While we are not privy to the details of this unfortunate incident, since he has been here at the shelter, his temperament has gone from guarded to fun-loving and trusting. He enjoys spending time in the yard with staff and volunteers. Our hope is to place him in a dog-savvy, responsible forever home or rescue. ChocoMax is only 3 years old and has tremendous potential! He has waited so long.. Please consider our gorgeous 60 lbs boy, ChocoMax‼️
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All North Central animals come spayed/neutered, microchipped and current on all their shots (including rabies). North Central LA City shelter; 3201 Lacy St., Los Angeles, CA; 213-485-5767.
GLORIA IS FREE!!!! ❤️❤️ Thank you @istandwithmypack for saving her!!!! .
WE ARE COMING FOR YOU BABY GIRL!
Since we learned that Gloria #A5333086 needs to get out of the shelter immediately and see a private doctor we couldn’t stop thinking about her. We have been told that she is loosing weight rapidly since she came to the shelter and not due to her nervousness but rather something more serious.
After seeing her X-Rays doctor suspects that Gloria has a mass in her abdominal area.
We have already scheduled for Gloria to see a specialist at VCA Woodland Hills and are working on finding someone sooner. Let’s pray that condition that Gloria has is treatable.
Here we are taking on yet another medical dog in hopes that our village will stand with us and Gloria in this difficult times and support us.
Please consider making a donation for Gloria.
We thank you from the bottom of our hearts.