MidAtlantic Samoyed Rescue
MidAtlantic Samoyed Rescue is proud to have been a part of hundreds of happy adoptions over the years. Here are a few of them.
In July 2013 Daisey Mae arrived along with her litter of six puppies. Each of the pups found a good home, and Daisey Mae earned a life in retirement.
Rosie & Lily
Rosie and Lily were found as strays in the Shenandoah area of Virginia. They were cleaned, vetted, and placed in a loving home. It was a wonderful life, but far too short.
Chloe had a mixed-breed litter, and her owner’s husband said “it’s her or me.” Chloe came to MASR, where she was spayed and placed in a great home in Baltimore.
Dawn came in straight from an Amish puppy mill, overweight with bad teeth, long nails, and matted feces in her coat. Now she has the life she deserves.
Brent also arrived from the same Amish puppy mill, and with all those other problems he had black teeth, gingivitis, and a growth in his mouth. Lucky Brent had a fantastic home until he was taken by Histiocytic Sarcoma in June, 2017.
Mishka’s name was Jake back in 2012. Initially it looked like he would stay with Danielle, but Percy said no and he moved to a wonderful home in New Jersey.
Sasha was born crippled, with fused back legs and no hip sockets. She lived her first five years in a cage until the DE/PA seizure. Now she is a much-loved member of a pack in Washington State.
Will & Grace
Will and Grace were famous in the rescue community. In just one short year, they and their foster mom Arleen captured the hearts of a lot of people. The most amazing thing about Will and Grace was that in spite of all the neglect, they still loved people. Their capacity for forgiveness was an incredible and amazing thing.