Tuesday, May 25, 2010









DALLAS/FT. WORTH AREA; FOSTER OR ADOPT NEEDED ASAP





Bo is a young adult neutered male Anatolian x Labrador cross. Bo weighs about 130 lbs and stands 30 inches at the shoulder.
He is in need of either a foster or adoptive home.
Bo is calm, well mannered and friendly. He is great with kids and other other dogs.
May do best with female dogs.

Bo is housebroken, walks on leash, and is healthy. Did I mention how handsome he is? He truly is a good looking boy and has a great personality to match.
His family was looking more for a Lab than an Anatolian and Bo is more Anatolian than they want.
We will do our best to assist with transport within 1,000 miles.
There is also a pet transport service that runs to the Northeast every week and has discounted rescue rates!!

For more information, please email Janna at
janna@nasrn.com



Wednesday, May 19, 2010










PHOENIX PET EXPO SATURDAY JUNE 12TH



NASRN will be at the PHX Pet Expo coming up in just a few weeks.
If you live in the area, please be sure to stop by and say hi.

Also, we are trying to find Anatolian owners in the area that are able to hang out at our table with their Anatolians as a "Meet and Greet" and to answer breed related questions.
Please email me if you and your Anatolian might be able to be on hand for the event!
For more information, please email Carleen at
nasrn@nasrn.com


Info for the event..........


FREE parking, FREE admission at the University of Phoenix Stadium!

The Phoenix Pet Expo is a woofing, chirping, and meowing good time for the whole family! Four-legged friends can receive "spa treatments" from local groomers, sample delicious treats, and try on the latest in furry fashions; their humans will enjoy interacting with top trainers and learning pet-care tips from animal welfare organizations.

Rounding out the list of activities is an interactive agility demonstration, pet talent and costume shows, and an exciting pet/owner look-alike contest!

The highlight of the event is definitely the adoptable animals showcased by area non-profit rescue groups-- who knows, you may just come home with a new family member!




More info on Phoenix Pet Expo HERE
Phone: 314-481-7342

WHERE: 1 Cardinals Dr

Glendale, AZ, 85305


WHEN : Sat June 12th, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm



DIRECTIONS

University of Phoenix Stadium

1 Cardinals Dr

Glendale, AZ 85305-3147

(623) 433-7000



From the south:
Take AZ loop 101 Freeway North. Exit at Bethany Home and make a right off the exit. Make a left on 95th and the Stadium will be on your right.

From the North:
Take the AZ loop 101 South. Exit at Glendale Avenue and make a right onto Glendale Avenue. Make a left onto 99th and then a left onto Maryland Ave. Stadium will be on your right.

From the East (Near the Stadium):
Take Glendale Avenue West towards 91st Avenue. Turn left onto 91st Avenue and follow it to Maryland Ave. Enter into Stadium parking lots.

From the I-10 (East):
Head West towards L.A. Take the AZ loop 101 Freeway North. Exit at Bethany Home and make a right off the exit. Make a left on 95th and the Stadium will be on your right.

From the West:
Take Glendale Avenue East to 95th Avenue. Turn right on 95th Avenue and follow it past University of Phoenix Stadium, on the left, and in to the stadium parking lots.

Parking:
Approximately 14,000 parking spaces, located in numerous lots, surround the stadium. There are over 2,000 disabled parking spaces at University of Phoenix Stadium, and parking and admission are free at the 2010 Phoenix Pet Expo!

Saturday, May 15, 2010









GEORGETOWN TEXAS:





URGENT FOSTER OR ADOPTION NEEDED ASAP

Gemma is a 5 yo spayed female Anatolian Shepherd Dog who was just pulled off death row in a kill shelter.
She is in temporary boarding right now and is in immediate need of a foster or adoptive home.

Gemma tested positive for heartworm but is not showing any outward signs of the disease.
We will begin treating her with the slow kill method right away.


So far she has been very sweet and gentle, also very calm. She paid absolutely no attention to the other dogs at the shelter and calmly sniffed a little goat on the other side of the fence.
She keeps her kennel clean so she appears to be housebroken.


This is a very sweet, skinny girl who could really use some TLC.


For more information, please email Janna at
janna@nasrn.com






Tuesday, May 11, 2010
















KILLEEN TEXAS:



UPDATE: KARA IS ADOPTED!!

Kara is a sweet young beautiful Anatolia Shepherd girl. She is good with other dogs, good with cats and good with kids too.
She walks on leash and is an all around sweet and friendly girl.
She needs either a foster or adoptive home ASAP.

Please let us know if you might be able to help her.

For more information, please email Carleen at
nasrn@nasrn.com

Monday, May 10, 2010











LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS:


Quartermain and Kiskia were adopted from the shelter when they were just babies.
They are now 5 years old and dumped back at the shelter for killing a chicken.


Quartermain and Kiskia are good with kids and friendly with people. They seem to ignore cats and were raised with small dogs in their previous home and were good with them also.

They are housebroken, spayed/neutered, current on all shots and heartworm negative.

We will assist with transport within 1,000 miles. If you live in the northeast area, there is also a pet transport that runs from Little Rock to the Northeast every week and they have rescue rates! Cheaper than driving!

For more information, please email Carleen at
nasrn@nasrn.com

Sunday, May 9, 2010











HOUSTON TEXAS: UPDATE ON NADIDE, MAMMA DOG PULLED FROM KILL SHELTER



Last month I posted this picture of Nadide as she was sitting on death row at a Houston shelter. Her pups were rescued by another group but they decided they didn't want to take Nadide because she tested positive for heartworm.


Thanks to our wonderful volunteers in TX, Nadide was pulled from the shelter and was soon in a loving foster home.

Nadide has been out of the shelter for almost a month now. Her hair is growing back, she is putting on some weight and she is LOVING life!

Dr. Pat says Nadide may be younger than anyone thought as she is very bouncy and puppy-ish. She is an extremely sweet, good natured girl and she is getting along great with the other dogs in the foster home.


Let's hope Nadide has a very long and happy life ahead of her.
Thank you to all of the good people that helped to make this happen for her.