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Here at Pooch Heaven, we have many success stories from caring people that have taken time out of their busy lives to help save the life of a dog. We encourage people to speak up for animals that bring so much joy to our lives. It's important for people to
Report Cruelty and Abuse as soon as they are aware of it. Delaying can mean the difference between a happy and healthy home for a dog and a life of suffering and abuse. Below are some of the success stories of dogs saved and placed with loving families by Pooch Heaven. If you have a story to share, we would love to hear from you. If you have a storie to share we would love to here it.
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This is Kramer, a sweet Schnauzer that had a terrible life for the first 10 years on Earth. You see, according to his neighbors, Kramer’s owners left him tied up to a tree for 10 years. No one thought to call a rescue organization or for animal cruelty assistance, they would just hear him crying all day & all night. A new neighbor moved into the condo next to Kramer’s house & heard his cries for help… he knew he had to do something. After attempting to speak civilly with Kramer’s owners about letting him inside, he got the door slammed in his face - so he took matters into his own hands. This amazing gentleman climbed their wall every night for six months with food, water & blankets to try and make Kramer more comfortable… until the neighbors caught him and told him never to come back. He knew it was time to get poor little Kramer out of there for good so he sneaked over & saved this malnourished, abused & scared little soul. Before he could get into trouble, he got in touch with Shirley at Pooch Heaven who graciously took him in to her own home where he remained for six months until he died from kidney failure - brought on by his owner’s neglect. Those last six months were his best - he was kept comfortable, safe & given enough love to last a lifetime. Please try to assist us save other poor souls like Kramer by any donation that you can afford.


Virginia, one of our many volunteers, came across a 3 year old Chihuahua mix while visiting a local shelter. She learned that the dog, which later became known as Princess, was pregnant and that by law, the shelter would have to abort the puppies and alter Princess before she could be adopted. Our volunteer agreed to adopt Princess and her new family in exchange for the shelter allowing Princess to have her puppies in their hospital. We're happy to report that Princess had her puppies in February. Mommy and babies are happy and healthy. Princess and her babies have all found wonderful homes thanks to our volunteer, Virginia.
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