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  • Rescued Maltese Now “The Boss”

    Rescued Maltese Now “The Boss”

     Maltese Dogs Everytime when Mommy is sitting a bit quiet and enjoying some down time. Porkchop knows and wants some attention and a body rub. When I don’t pay any attention to him, this is the flack he gives out…..and this is very mild this time.  

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  • Forty Dogs Whisked Away From Puppy Mill

    Fresh Start For Man’s Best Friend Forty dogs including Pomeranians, Maltese and Poodle mixes were whisked away from an Alabama puppy mill. Many had spent their whole life in a cage. Now they are hoping to find homes in Palm Harbor and beyond. For those interested in fostering or fostering-to-adopt, please contact Suncoast Animal League at Foster@SuncoastAnimalLeague.Org. For more information about the rescue, contact Suncoast Animal League at Info@SuncoastAnimalLeague.Org or call at 727-786-1330 FOX 13 News

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  • Homeless Maltese Rescued

    Homeless Maltese Rescued

      A Happy Ending for this Homeless Maltese Dog!   In August of this year another Maltese Dog was found roaming, looking scared and lost. That is when Hope For Paws stepped up once again. It’s truly heartwarming to watch how this experienced team captures these strays and transforms them into healthy beautiful pets getting them ready to find their forever loving homes. Thank you Hope for Paws!  

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  • Homeless Maltese Finds Love

    Homeless Maltese Finds Love

      Homeless Maltese Dog Gets Makeover That Saves His Life! – Bailey       Maltese Bailey It’s always heart warming to hear and see that another paw friend finds Love. A truly heart warming story of Bailey finding his Love and forever home.

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  • Rescued Maltese Finds Love

    Rescued Maltese Finds Love

      We all love to hear happy endings. Moxie a Maltese lived for 12 years confined in a tiny cage which he shared with numerous other dogs. Now today he and his human mom work together saving many other doggies from puppy mils.  

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  • Rescued Maltese

    Rescued Maltese

    A successful intervention by Dawn and Tammy Isley working for the American Maltese Association Rescue. These 9 Maltese dogs were taken to a veterinarian and groomer in Sherman, Texas in preparation for supervised adoptions, because of another irresponible breeder. They are so beautiful, it won’t be long for these babies to find their forever homes, if not already gone.

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  • Hope and Rescued

    Hope and Rescued

    It is believed that Mimi’s owner abandoned her after learning she was pregnant. She arrived at the Los Angeles animal shelter in remarkably good condition except that she was close to birth. Dogs Without Borders heard their call and Mimi gave birth to her pups in the home of loving foster mom, Brandie. Today, all six pups and Momma Mimi are happy and healthy and have been adopted to loving homes. They always fight to be loved again.

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  • Rescued and Contented.

    Although I had no plans on adding another Maltese in our family, when I saw photos of Porkchop online, (the first and third photo in this video) Something drew me to investigate further. The information stated, he had a history of bladder oxalate stones and the owners decided they couldn’t deal with the special diet he had to go on forever, so they took him to a shelter and dropped him and his sister off. After going through all the […]

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  • Maltese for Adoption!

    Maltese for Adoption!

    The end of August there were 6 Maltese backyard breeder surrenders that came to the ROMP. We’ll now they are ready to find their forever homes. I came across this yesterday and couldn’t help myself from passing this on to you. They are begging someone to come and get them…. For more informations on these babies the links are provided below. Take Me Home Adoption applications are available at http://www.romprescue.com/adoption-ap… Email for information at info@ROMPRescue.com

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  • Remember Me-Watson

    Remember Me-Watson

    Well it’s not all doom and gloom for some of these lucky rescues. Dogs are not like humans, they get over their disabilities quickly, it’s like they don’t even have one. They live with no care in the world. When you watch these happy go lucky animals with these disabilities, you can’t help but feel humble and be ever so grateful with what we have for that day.

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