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1 month ago

Pal's Place

Sammy is a gorgeous Redbone Coonhound looking for a loving forever home. We rescued Sam from an overburdened animal control facility in rural eastern Kentucky. Her stunning deep mahogany-colored coat and soulful eyes pulled us in, and we knew we had to step in a save this girl! She was a stray, so we don't know much about her past, but she is estimated to be between 2-3 years old. She came to us with deep wounds and bites around her neck that Sammy may have sustained in a hunting accident, but it is hard to say. Her injuries have since healed beautifully, and she is now ready for a new home. Sammy is a very typical Redbone; she's pleasant, social, energetic, a bit of a goofy doofus, and the life of the party! Like many young dogs, Sammy can still be jumpy and bouncy in her greetings. We are hoping to find a family that can help her work on her manners a bit. Once she has had her exercise for the day, she is happy to cuddle up on the couch with her favorite people. She is generally quiet but can be vocal when crated or when excited. She does have the loud, melodious bay that hounds are famous for! Because of this, we are recommending a single-family home environment for her. In a condo or apartment setting, her singing may not be appreciated by close neighbors. Sammy is being fostered with several other dogs and gets along well with all of her housemates. She is crate trained and does very well with her housebreaking when kept on a regular schedule. Sammy is vaccinated, microchipped, and will be spayed before placement. Her adoption fee to the rescue is $375. Sammy is in a foster home and can be seen by appointment only after an application has been received and approved. For more info or an application, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com. Unfortunately, we cannot place holds on our dogs for more than a few days after an application has been received and approved for a meeting. Please do not apply to adopt unless you are ready to welcome a dog into your home.

• Sammy's adoption fee is $375. This donation helps to cover her spay, initial vaccines, initial worming, and microchip. Pal's Place relies solely on donations to care for the pets in our care. Your donation also helps save other animals like Sammy from euthanasia.

• Please email Palsplace1@hotmail.com for an adoption application, and please put the name of the dog in the subject line. Please be sure to check your spam/junk folder; sometimes, the applications end up in there.

• All of our dogs are in foster homes are can be seen BY APPOINTMENT ONLY after an approved application is submitted. To receive more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com. Email is the preferred method of contact and is the quickest way to receive a response. We cannot place holds on our dogs. Please do not contact us until you are prepared to adopt.
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Sammy is a gorgeous Redbone Coonhound looking for a loving forever home. We rescued Sam from an overburdened animal control facility in rural eastern Kentucky. Her stunning deep mahogany-colored coat and soulful eyes pulled us in, and we knew we had to step in a save this girl! She was a stray, so we dont know much about her past, but she is estimated to be between 2-3 years old. She came to us with deep wounds and bites around her neck that Sammy may have sustained in a hunting accident, but it is hard to say. Her injuries have since healed beautifully, and she is now ready for a new home. Sammy is a very typical Redbone; shes pleasant, social, energetic, a bit of a goofy doofus, and the life of the party!  Like many young dogs, Sammy can still be jumpy and bouncy in her greetings. We are hoping to find a family that can help her work on her manners a bit. Once she has had her exercise for the day, she is happy to cuddle up on the couch with her favorite people. She is generally quiet but can be vocal when crated or when excited. She does have the loud, melodious bay that hounds are famous for! Because of this, we are recommending a single-family home environment for her. In a condo or apartment setting, her singing may not be appreciated by close neighbors. Sammy is being fostered with several other dogs and gets along well with all of her housemates. She is crate trained and does very well with her housebreaking when kept on a regular schedule. Sammy is vaccinated, microchipped, and will be spayed before placement. Her adoption fee to the rescue is $375. Sammy is in a foster home and can be seen by appointment only after an application has been received and approved. For more info or an application, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com. Unfortunately, we cannot place holds on our dogs for more than a few days after an application has been received and approved for a meeting. Please do not apply to adopt unless you are ready to welcome a dog into your home. 

• Sammys adoption fee is $375. This donation helps to cover her spay, initial vaccines, initial worming, and microchip. Pals Place relies solely on donations to care for the pets in our care. Your donation also helps save other animals like Sammy from euthanasia. 

• Please email Palsplace1@hotmail.com for an adoption application, and please put the name of the dog in the subject line. Please be sure to check your spam/junk folder; sometimes, the applications end up in there.

• All of our dogs are in foster homes are can be seen BY APPOINTMENT ONLY after an approved application is submitted. To receive more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com. Email is the preferred method of contact and is the quickest way to receive a response. We cannot place holds on our dogs. Please do not contact us until you are prepared to adopt.

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She is beautiful!

Gorgeous!

He is stunning!

Sam & her hounds! He's a beauty

Absolutely beautiful! One of my favorite breeds!

She’s a cutie!

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1 month ago

Pal's Place

**JETT HAS BEEN ADOPTED!**
Meet Jett, an adorable, sweet, mild-mannered, and fun-loving fella looking for a forever home. Jett was rescued from an overburdened animal control facility in rural Kentucky and found his way to a loving foster home in Chicago. We don't know much about his past but know he's got a bright future now that he is in the care of Pal's Place! He is a Cattleodog mix and is estimated to be about 10 months old and weighs 40 pounds. Jett is a social, gentle, and easy-going dog that we think will fit in easily with most families. He loves people and gets along well with other dogs too. Cattledogs are intelligent, high-energy dogs that do best with active families. He will make an excellent companion for all of your outdoor adventures. He is crate trained does excellent with his housebreaking when kept on a regular schedule. Jett is eager to meet you, please reach out today to schedule a visit today!

Jett's adoption fee to the rescue is $375. This fee helps to cover his medical expenses while in our care. He will be neutered, up-to-date with age-appropriate vaccines, and microchipped before being placed. He has also been started on monthly flea and heartworm prevention.

Jett is in a foster home on Chicago's far southwest side. He can be seen by appointment only after an application has been received and approved. For more info or an application, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com or visit our website at palsplacerescue.org. Unfortunately, we cannot place holds on our dogs for more than five days after an application has been submitted for a meeting. Please do not apply to adopt unless you are ready to welcome a dog into your home.

• Jett's adoption fee is $375. This fee helps to cover his neuter, initial vaccines, initial worming, and microchip. Pal's Place relies solely on donations to care for the pets in our care. Your donation also helps save other animals like Jett from euthanasia.

• Please email Palsplace1@hotmail.com for an adoption application, and please put the name of the dog in the subject line. Please be sure to check your spam/junk folder; sometimes the applications end up in there!

• All of our dogs are in foster homes are can be seen BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, after an approved application has been received. To receive more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com. Email is the preferred method of contact and is the quickest way to receive a response. We cannot place holds on our dogs. Please do not contact us until you are prepared to adopt
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**JETT HAS BEEN ADOPTED!**
Meet Jett, an adorable, sweet, mild-mannered, and fun-loving fella looking for a forever home. Jett was rescued from an overburdened animal control facility in rural Kentucky and found his way to a loving foster home in Chicago. We dont know much about his past but know hes got a bright future now that he is in the care of Pals Place! He is a Cattleodog mix and is estimated to be about 10 months old and weighs 40 pounds. Jett is a social, gentle, and easy-going dog that we think will fit in easily with most families. He loves people and gets along well with other dogs too. Cattledogs are intelligent, high-energy dogs that do best with active families. He will make an excellent companion for all of your outdoor adventures. He is crate trained does excellent with his housebreaking when kept on a regular schedule. Jett is eager to meet you, please reach out today to schedule a visit today!

Jetts adoption fee to the rescue is $375. This fee helps to cover his medical expenses while in our care. He will be neutered, up-to-date with age-appropriate vaccines, and microchipped before being placed. He has also been started on monthly flea and heartworm prevention.

Jett is in a foster home on Chicagos far southwest side. He can be seen by appointment only after an application has been received and approved. For more info or an application, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com or visit our website at palsplacerescue.org. Unfortunately, we cannot place holds on our dogs for more than five days after an application has been submitted for a meeting. Please do not apply to adopt unless you are ready to welcome a dog into your home.

• Jetts adoption fee is $375. This fee helps to cover his neuter, initial vaccines, initial worming, and microchip. Pals Place relies solely on donations to care for the pets in our care. Your donation also helps save other animals like Jett from euthanasia.

• Please email Palsplace1@hotmail.com for an adoption application, and please put the name of the dog in the subject line. Please be sure to check your spam/junk folder; sometimes the applications end up in there!

• All of our dogs are in foster homes are can be seen BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, after an approved application has been received. To receive more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com. Email is the preferred method of contact and is the quickest way to receive a response. We cannot place holds on our dogs. Please do not contact us until you are prepared to adopt

2 months ago

Pal's Place

Pal's Place has another very special dog looking for a special home. Fawn came to us in January 2020 from an overburdened animal control facility in Kentucky. At the time of her rescue, she was a walking skeleton and weighed only 30 pounds. Unfortunately, it is not that uncommon for emaciated dogs to come through the rescue. There are many stray dogs in the area Fawn was rescued from, and at first, we thought she was just not being fed regularly. We started feeding her several small meals a day, totaling 6 cups of food, but she seemed to lose more weight day after day and became weaker and weaker. She could barely stand up for more than a couple of minutes at a time and looked miserable. After about a week in our care and the continual decline despite regular feedings, we became suspicious that EPI could be the culprit. EPI is a condition in which the pancreas cannot produce sufficient pancreatic enzymes on its own to digest fats, carbohydrates, and protein leading to poor absorption of vital nutrients. Fawn went back to our Partner clinic for a GI panel, bloodwork, and an EPI test. After a battery of tests, an EPI diagnosis was confirmed. Fawn was started on digestive enzymes immediately, and within just a couple of days of starting the medication, she gained 4 pounds! After about two weeks on the medication, she started to become brighter and more playful. Her coat, once dull and brittle, started to become softer and thicker. Fawn has been gaining about 10 pounds a month. She currently weighs 50 pounds and still has about 10-15 more pounds to go to reach an ideal weight, but we are so thrilled with her progress. Fawn's condition is not curable, but it is very manageable with medication. She will need to have enzymes mixed in with every meal. The enzymes run about $80-100 for a 6-8 week supply. She will also need monthly subcutaneous B12 injections. It sounds a bit daunting, but it's actually easy to learn to do at home, and she doesn't even notice the injection when given.
As Fawn started getting stronger and more active, we noticed that she was favoring one leg a bit. We brought her back to the vet for x-rays, and it was learned that she suffered a severely broken pelvis at some point in the past. The pelvis has healed but not in the correct place. This is not causing her any pain anymore, and there is not much that can be done to correct it at this point, but she will always move with a bit of an odd gait.
While Fawn has some special medical needs, she is practically perfect in every other way. She's calm, gentle, well-behaved, and mild-mannered. She greets everyone politely and with an abundance of tail wags and kisses. Fawn is quiet and well-behaved in the home. She is housebroken when kept on a regular schedule, and she enjoys her crate. She adores children and other dogs ❤
Fawn is fully-vaccinated, microchipped, heartworm negative, fecal tested negative, and taking monthly flea and heartworm preventative. She has also had a full blood and GI panel and hip x-rays. She will be spayed soon. Her adoption fee to the rescue is $375. Fawn is in a foster home in Chicago and can be seen by appointment after an application has been submitted and approved. For more information or for an application, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com or visit palsplacerescue.org.Please Share …

Chicago, IL - Adopt Fawn a Very Special Shepherd/Collie-Mix

Fawn is a very special, calm and sweet, two-year-old, 50-pound, female Shepherd/Collie-mix looking for a loving guardian.

Fawn is wonderful with people and lovely with other dogs. She is a very gentle, sensitive soul who was relinquished to a high-kill Kentucky shelter when her family saw her losing weight and they couldn’t care for her.

Luckily the emaciated 30-pound dog came to Chicago’s Pals Place Rescue. Samantha, the rescue’s founder, fed her six cups of food a day and still she was wasting away.

She asked her vet to test her for EPI. Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency (EPI) is the inability to produce sufficient pancreatic enzymes to digest fats, carbohydrates, and proteins. This difficulty in digestion leads to poor absorption of nutrients which commonly causes weight loss despite a normal or increased appetite. Now that she’s on the proper supplements, she’s gained 20 pounds! But, she’ll have to be on the nutritional supplements for the rest of her life.

She’s wonderful with other dogs, and we don’t know if he’s ever met a cat. Fawn is housebroken and well-mannered in the home.
To meet and possibly adopt Fawn, please fill in the adoption application at palsplacerescue.org/adopt/ and follow up on your application by contacting Samantha at samantha@palsplacerescue.org
She will soon be spayed. She is up-to-date on vaccines, micro-chipped and has tested negative for heartworm. Her adoption fee of $375 benefits Pals Place Rescue Group. She is being fostered in Chicago.
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Pals Place has another very special dog looking for a special home. Fawn came to us in January 2020 from an overburdened animal control facility in Kentucky. At the time of her rescue, she was a walking skeleton and weighed only 30 pounds. Unfortunately, it is not that uncommon for emaciated dogs to come through the rescue. There are many stray dogs in the area Fawn was rescued from, and at first, we thought she was just not being fed regularly. We started feeding her several small meals a day, totaling 6 cups of food, but she seemed to lose more weight day after day and became weaker and weaker. She could barely stand up for more than a couple of minutes at a time and looked miserable. After about a week in our care and the continual decline despite regular feedings, we became suspicious that EPI could be the culprit. EPI is a condition in which the pancreas cannot produce sufficient pancreatic enzymes on its own to digest fats, carbohydrates, and protein leading to poor absorption of vital nutrients.  Fawn went back to our Partner clinic for a GI panel, bloodwork, and an EPI test. After a battery of tests, an EPI diagnosis was confirmed. Fawn was started on digestive enzymes immediately, and within just a couple of days of starting the medication, she gained 4 pounds! After about two weeks on the medication, she started to become brighter and more playful.  Her coat, once dull and brittle, started to become softer and thicker. Fawn has been gaining about 10 pounds a month. She currently weighs 50 pounds and still has about 10-15 more pounds to go to reach an ideal weight, but we are so thrilled with her progress. Fawns condition is not curable, but it is very manageable with medication. She will need to have enzymes mixed in with every meal. The enzymes run about $80-100 for a 6-8 week supply. She will also need monthly subcutaneous B12 injections. It sounds a bit daunting, but its actually easy to learn to do at home, and she doesnt even notice the injection when given.
As Fawn started getting stronger and more active, we noticed that she was favoring one leg a bit. We brought her back to the vet for x-rays, and it was learned that she suffered a severely broken pelvis at some point in the past. The pelvis has healed but not in the correct place. This is not causing her any pain anymore, and there is not much that can be done to correct it at this point, but she will always move with a bit of an odd gait. 
While Fawn has some special medical needs, she is practically perfect in every other way. Shes calm, gentle, well-behaved, and mild-mannered. She greets everyone politely and with an abundance of tail wags and kisses.  Fawn is quiet and well-behaved in the home. She is housebroken when kept on a regular schedule, and she enjoys her crate. She adores children and other dogs ❤
Fawn is fully-vaccinated, microchipped, heartworm negative, fecal tested negative, and taking monthly flea and heartworm preventative. She has also had a full blood and GI panel and hip x-rays. She will be spayed soon. Her adoption fee to the rescue is $375. Fawn is in a foster home in Chicago and can be seen by appointment after an application has been submitted and approved. For more information or for an application, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com or visit palsplacerescue.org.

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Fawn's "before" pics from the day she was rescued

2 months ago

Pal's Place

**MONKEY HAS BEEN ADOPTED!** Pal's Place would love to introduce you to an exceptional puppy in need of an exceptional home. Monkey came to us from an overburdened animal control facility in rural Kentucky with his 6 littermates when they were just 8 weeks old. This sweet and adorable little dude was born on Christmas Day 2020. We aren't quite sure of his exact breed, but he appears to be a Mountain Cur mix, possibly with some type of Terrier. He's currently 3 months old (3/30) and weighs 11 pounds. Given his age and current size, we expect him to be 20-30 pounds when fully grown, so a nice medium size for urban or suburban dwelling. Monkey is an easy-going, mild-mannered puppy that is an absolute joy to be around. He loves to play and explore but is more on the mellow side and loves snuggling just as much as running around.

The first week of March, Monkey was diagnosed with a condition called Juvenile Cellulitis. It's an immune condition that generally affects the skin. We have had several puppies over the years diagnosed with J.C, and we recognized the symptoms right away. Monkey was in the very early stages of the disorder, and he received prompt treatment. Puppies usually recover quickly and fully with treatment, and Monkey has been no exception. He is doing very well and is a happy, active, and otherwise normal pup. Treatment for the disorder is usually a 14-day course of antibiotics paired with a much longer course of steroids that they are slowly weaned off. He is still being tapered off the steroids, which will go on for another 4 weeks. Because it's an immune condition, his veterinarian is also spacing his vaccines as far apart as possible to avoid overstressing his system while he's recovering. He's due for his next and final puppy distemper/parvo booster in mid-April. After that, his veterinarian would like to wait another couple of weeks before giving him his rabies vaccine. We've also put off his neuter until he's about 6-8 months old. All of Monkey's littermates have found their homes, and now it's Monkey's turn! His veterinarian and our rescue organization have cleared him for adoption, provided his new adopters can commit to bringing him back to the veterinary clinic on Chicago's northside that has provided his care thus far. We feel it's important for very young puppies to be placed in their forever homes as quickly as possible so they can begin adjusting to their new lives, and we are anxious for this perfect boy to finally have a family! Pal's Place will cover the cost of his remaining core vaccines, any follow-up care needed for the Juvenile Cellulitis, and his neuter surgery when he's older as part of his adoption. Because of this, we are only considering homes in Chicago, so care can be continued at our partner clinic.

Juvenile Cellulitis is not contagious between animals, so it is safe to welcome into a home with existing pets. Monkey is doing excellent with his crate-training and is working on his housebreaking. He's attentive and eager to please, and training so far with him has been a great pleasure! Please keep in mind that puppies his age need frequent potty breaks (every 2-3 hours or so) and lots of playtime during the day for the next several months, so please consider if you truly have the time for a puppy before applying.

Monkey's adoption fee to the rescue is $450. This fee helps to cover his medical expenses while in our care, and the medical care that will be provided outlined in his description. Monkey is microchipped, up-to-date with age-appropriate vaccines, dewormed, and started on monthly flea and heartworm prevention.

Monkey in a foster home can be seen by appointment only after an application has been submitted and approved. For more info or for an application, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com or visit our website at palsplacerescue.org. Unfortunately, we cannot place holds on our dogs for more than 3 days after an application has been received and approved for a meeting. Please do not apply to adopt unless you are ready to welcome a dog into your home within 3 days of applying.

• Monkey's adoption donation is $450. This donation helps to cover his neuter, initial vaccines, initial worming, and microchip. Pal's Place relies solely on donations to care for the pets in our care. Your donation also helps save other animals like Monkey and his littermates from euthanasia.

• Please email Palsplace1@hotmail.com for an adoption application, and please put the name of the dog in the subject line. Please be sure to check your spam/junk folder; sometimes, the applications end up in there!

• All of our dogs are in foster homes are can be seen BY APPOINTMENT ONLY after an approved application has been received. To receive more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com. Email is the preferred method of contact and is the quickest way to receive a response. We cannot place holds on our dogs. Please do not contact us until you are prepared to adopt.
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**MONKEY HAS BEEN ADOPTED!** Pals Place would love to introduce you to an exceptional puppy in need of an exceptional home. Monkey came to us from an overburdened animal control facility in rural Kentucky with his 6 littermates when they were just 8 weeks old. This sweet and adorable little dude was born on Christmas Day 2020. We arent quite sure of his exact breed, but he appears to be a Mountain Cur mix, possibly with some type of Terrier. Hes currently 3 months old (3/30) and weighs 11 pounds. Given his age and current size, we expect him to be 20-30 pounds when fully grown, so a nice medium size for urban or suburban dwelling. Monkey is an easy-going, mild-mannered puppy that is an absolute joy to be around. He loves to play and explore but is more on the mellow side and loves snuggling just as much as running around. 

The first week of March, Monkey was diagnosed with a condition called Juvenile Cellulitis. Its an immune condition that generally affects the skin. We have had several puppies over the years diagnosed with J.C, and we recognized the symptoms right away. Monkey was in the very early stages of the disorder, and he received prompt treatment. Puppies usually recover quickly and fully with treatment, and Monkey has been no exception. He is doing very well and is a happy, active, and otherwise normal pup. Treatment for the disorder is usually a 14-day course of antibiotics paired with a much longer course of steroids that they are slowly weaned off. He is still being tapered off the steroids, which will go on for another 4 weeks. Because its an immune condition, his veterinarian is also spacing his vaccines as far apart as possible to avoid overstressing his system while hes recovering. Hes due for his next and final puppy distemper/parvo booster in mid-April. After that, his veterinarian would like to wait another couple of weeks before giving him his rabies vaccine. Weve also put off his neuter until hes about 6-8 months old. All of Monkeys littermates have found their homes, and now its Monkeys turn!  His veterinarian and our rescue organization have cleared him for adoption, provided his new adopters can commit to bringing him back to the veterinary clinic on Chicagos northside that has provided his care thus far. We feel its important for very young puppies to be placed in their forever homes as quickly as possible so they can begin adjusting to their new lives, and we are anxious for this perfect boy to finally have a family! Pals Place will cover the cost of his remaining core vaccines, any follow-up care needed for the Juvenile Cellulitis, and his neuter surgery when hes older as part of his adoption. Because of this, we are only considering homes in Chicago, so care can be continued at our partner clinic.

Juvenile Cellulitis is not contagious between animals, so it is safe to welcome into a home with existing pets. Monkey is doing excellent with his crate-training and is working on his housebreaking. Hes attentive and eager to please, and training so far with him has been a great pleasure! Please keep in mind that puppies his age need frequent potty breaks (every 2-3 hours or so) and lots of playtime during the day for the next several months, so please consider if you truly have the time for a puppy before applying. 

Monkeys adoption fee to the rescue is $450. This fee helps to cover his medical expenses while in our care, and the medical care that will be provided outlined in his description. Monkey is microchipped, up-to-date with age-appropriate vaccines, dewormed, and started on monthly flea and heartworm prevention.

Monkey in a foster home can be seen by appointment only after an application has been submitted and approved. For more info or for an application, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com or visit our website at palsplacerescue.org. Unfortunately, we cannot place holds on our dogs for more than 3 days after an application has been received and approved for a meeting. Please do not apply to adopt unless you are ready to welcome a dog into your home within 3 days of applying.

• Monkeys adoption donation is $450. This donation helps to cover his neuter, initial vaccines, initial worming, and microchip. Pals Place relies solely on donations to care for the pets in our care. Your donation also helps save other animals like Monkey and his littermates from euthanasia. 

• Please email Palsplace1@hotmail.com for an adoption application, and please put the name of the dog in the subject line. Please be sure to check your spam/junk folder; sometimes, the applications end up in there!

• All of our dogs are in foster homes are can be seen BY APPOINTMENT ONLY after an approved application has been received. To receive more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com. Email is the preferred method of contact and is the quickest way to receive a response. We cannot place holds on our dogs. Please do not contact us until you are prepared to adopt.

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Monkey has been adopted!

Sam he's so cute! ♥️him

You've done it again! Given the best to an animal in need. <3

Omg look at this little Mountain Cur angel! Best breed! 😍🥰

Omg he’s so cute!!!!!!

Charles Congdon 😭💓 can he be our 4th dog?!

Oh my goshhh ❤️

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2 months ago

Pal's Place

**SHEILA HAS BEEN ADOPTED!!** Pal's Place would love to introduce you to Sheila, a stunning female German Shepherd in need of a loving forever home. This magnificent girl is estimated to be around three years and is very large for a female, weighing in just under 100 pounds (98 to be exact). Sheila came to Pal's Place in late November 2020 from an overburdened, high-intake, animal control facility in rural Kentucky. Shortly after her arrival, Sheila started showing shows of being pregnant, and on 12/1, she gave birth to a beautiful and adorable litter of perfect pups. She did a phenomenal job raising her babies, who have all found their forever homes, and now it's Sheila's turn. We here at Pal's Place have a soft spot for German Shepherds and have many come through the rescue. We can honestly say that Sheila is one of the most exceptional Shepherds that has ever come through our doors! She embodies the best qualities of the breed. She's even-tempered, affectionate, incredibly loyal, intelligent, and eager to please. Sheila LOVES children and is fostered in a home with them. She is loving, gentle, and kind with not only the resident children but all of their friends who may pass through the house. She can be a bit timid around some men at first, but she warms up very quickly. She is being fostered with two other dogs and gets along well with them too. A romp in the yard and a couple of walks a day are always appreciated but she is more mellow than most young German Shepherds. Sheila is well behaved in the home, crate trained, housebroken, and will use a dog door. Unfortunately, she did test positive for heartworm and Lyme disease when she first came to us. Her treatment for the infections was delayed until her pups were weaned. She has recently completed treatment and is now happy, healthy, and ready for her happily ever after. It's hard to find anything not to love about this girl. She is a Shepherd lover's dream dog!

Sheila is spayed, fully vaccinated, heartworm treated, and microchipped. Her adoption fee to the rescue is $375. Sheila is in a foster home on Chicago's northwest side and can be seen by appointment only after an application has been submitted and approved. For more info or an application, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com or visit palsplacerescue.org/adopt/. Unfortunately, we cannot place holds on our dogs for more than a few days after an application has been received and approved for a meeting. Please do not apply to adopt unless you are ready to welcome a dog into your home. We expect this girl to be very popular, so get your application in today!

• Sheila's adoption fee is $375. This donation helps to cover her spay, initial vaccines, initial worming, and microchip. Pal's Place relies solely on donations to care for the pets in our care. Your donation also helps save other animals like Sheila and her pups from euthanasia.

• Please email Palsplace1@hotmail.com for an adoption application, and please put the name of the dog in the subject line. Please be sure to check your spam/junk folder; sometimes, the applications end up in there.

• All of our dogs are in foster homes are can be seen BY APPOINTMENT ONLY after an approved application has been received. To receive more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com. Email is the preferred method of contact and is the quickest way to receive a response. We cannot place holds on our dogs. Please do not contact us until you are prepared to adopt.
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**SHEILA HAS BEEN ADOPTED!!** Pals Place would love to introduce you to Sheila, a stunning female German Shepherd in need of a loving forever home. This magnificent girl is estimated to be around three years and is very large for a female, weighing in just under 100 pounds (98 to be exact). Sheila came to Pals Place in late November 2020 from an overburdened, high-intake, animal control facility in rural Kentucky. Shortly after her arrival, Sheila started showing shows of being pregnant, and on 12/1, she gave birth to a beautiful and adorable litter of perfect pups. She did a phenomenal job raising her babies, who have all found their forever homes, and now its Sheilas turn. We here at Pals Place have a soft spot for German Shepherds and have many come through the rescue. We can honestly say that Sheila is one of the most exceptional Shepherds that has ever come through our doors! She embodies the best qualities of the breed. Shes even-tempered, affectionate, incredibly loyal, intelligent, and eager to please. Sheila LOVES children and is fostered in a home with them. She is loving, gentle, and kind with not only the resident children but all of their friends who may pass through the house. She can be a bit timid around some men at first, but she warms up very quickly. She is being fostered with two other dogs and gets along well with them too. A romp in the yard and a couple of walks a day are always appreciated but she is more mellow than most young German Shepherds.  Sheila is well behaved in the home, crate trained, housebroken, and will use a dog door. Unfortunately, she did test positive for heartworm and Lyme disease when she first came to us. Her treatment for the infections was delayed until her pups were weaned. She has recently completed treatment and is now happy, healthy, and ready for her happily ever after.   Its hard to find anything not to love about this girl. She is a Shepherd lovers dream dog!

Sheila is spayed, fully vaccinated, heartworm treated, and microchipped. Her adoption fee to the rescue is $375. Sheila is in a foster home on Chicagos northwest side and can be seen by appointment only after an application has been submitted and approved. For more info or an application, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com or visit palsplacerescue.org/adopt/. Unfortunately, we cannot place holds on our dogs for more than a few days after an application has been received and approved for a meeting. Please do not apply to adopt unless you are ready to welcome a dog into your home. We expect this girl to be very popular, so get your application in today!

• Sheilas adoption fee is $375. This donation helps to cover her spay, initial vaccines, initial worming, and microchip. Pals Place relies solely on donations to care for the pets in our care. Your donation also helps save other animals like Sheila and her pups from euthanasia. 

• Please email Palsplace1@hotmail.com for an adoption application, and please put the name of the dog in the subject line. Please be sure to check your spam/junk folder; sometimes, the applications end up in there.

• All of our dogs are in foster homes are can be seen BY APPOINTMENT ONLY after an approved application has been received. To receive more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com. Email is the preferred method of contact and is the quickest way to receive a response. We cannot place holds on our dogs. Please do not contact us until you are prepared to adopt.

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SHEILA HAS AN APPLICATION PENDING!

She is beautiful! 😍

She is absolutely beautiful! I can’t show Terry. Lol

Shared please help Sheila

She is beautiful hope she finds a wonderful home 👏🏻🙏🏻❤️🌹

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2 months ago

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All of the dogs in this album are currently available for adoption through Pal's Place Rescue! All of our dogs are in foster homes or boarding facilities and can be seen by appointment once an application has been received and approved. For an application or for more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com All dogs are spayed/neutered, examined, vaccinated, and microchipped prior to being placed. Adoptions fees start at $375 and up for adults and $425 and up for puppies. Each dog's adoption donation will be indicated in their bio. We rely on adoption donations almost 100% to care for our rescued dogs and to provide them with the medical care needed to prepare them for adoption. ... See MoreSee Less

All of the dogs in this album are currently available for adoption through Pals Place Rescue! All of our dogs are in foster homes or boarding facilities and can be seen by appointment once an application has been received and approved.  For an application or for more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com All dogs are spayed/neutered, examined, vaccinated, and microchipped prior to being placed. Adoptions fees start at $375 and up for adults and $425 and up for puppies. Each dogs adoption donation will be indicated in their bio. We rely on adoption donations almost 100% to care for our rescued dogs and to provide them with the medical care needed to prepare them for adoption.Image attachment

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2 months ago

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Congrats ❤️

3 months ago

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**FRANNIE HAS BEEN ADOPTED!** Meet one of the newest faces at Pal's Place rescue, Frannie the coonhound! Frannie is a purebred female Black and Tan Coonhound that was rescued from a high-intake shelter in Kentucky. This sweetie pie is 2-3 years old and currently weighs 40 pounds, she is a bit thin and needs to gain about 5-10 pounds to be at a more ideal weight. Frannie is a social and energetic girl that will be a great match for an active household. Like most hounds, she is a gentle-natured and tolerant dog who will fit in easily to most households. She also loves other dogs and would make a great friend for another canine. Frannie is crate trained and does very well with her housebreaking when kept on a regular schedule.

Frannie is spayed, vaccinated, heartworm tested, and microchipped. Frannie is anxious to meet her forever family, could it be yours?

• Frannie's adoption fee is $375. This fee covers the cost of her spay, initial vaccines, microchip, and initial de-worming. Pal's Place relies solely on donations to care for the animals in our rescue. Your donation also helps save other animals like Frannie from euthanasia. Pal's Place cannot hold dogs for more than a couple of days after an application has been submitted for a meet and greet. Please do not apply until you are ready to welcome a dog into your home.

• Please email Palsplace1@hotmail.com for an adoption application, and please put the name of the dog in the subject line. Please be sure to check your spam/junk folder; sometimes the applications end up in there!

• All of our dogs are in foster homes are can be seen BY APPOINTMENT ONLY after an approved application has been received. To receive more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com. Email is the preferred method of contact and is the quickest way to receive a response. We cannot place holds on our dogs. Please do not contact us until you are prepared to adopt.
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**FRANNIE HAS BEEN ADOPTED!** Meet one of the newest faces at Pals Place rescue, Frannie the coonhound! Frannie is a purebred female Black and Tan Coonhound that was rescued from a high-intake shelter in Kentucky. This sweetie pie is 2-3 years old and currently weighs 40 pounds, she is a bit thin and needs to gain about 5-10 pounds to be at a more ideal weight. Frannie is a social and energetic girl that will be a great match for an active household. Like most hounds, she is a gentle-natured and tolerant dog who will fit in easily to most households.  She also loves other dogs and would make a great friend for another canine. Frannie is crate trained and does very well with her housebreaking when kept on a regular schedule. 

Frannie is spayed, vaccinated, heartworm tested, and microchipped. Frannie is anxious to meet her forever family, could it be yours?

• Frannies adoption fee is $375. This fee covers the cost of her spay, initial vaccines, microchip, and initial de-worming. Pals Place relies solely on donations to care for the animals in our rescue. Your donation also helps save other animals like Frannie from euthanasia. Pals Place cannot hold dogs for more than a couple of days after an application has been submitted for a meet and greet. Please do not apply until you are ready to welcome a dog into your home.

• Please email Palsplace1@hotmail.com for an adoption application, and please put the name of the dog in the subject line. Please be sure to check your spam/junk folder; sometimes the applications end up in there!

• All of our dogs are in foster homes are can be seen BY APPOINTMENT ONLY after an approved application has been received. To receive more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com. Email is the preferred method of contact and is the quickest way to receive a response. We cannot place holds on our dogs. Please do not contact us until you are prepared to adopt.

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What a sweet girl!

Omg so cute!!!

What a beautiful girl

You know you can't show me a girl version of Baker! I'm not allowed any more dogs. 😩🙈🙅

Oh she's such a cutie

Christine Taylor-Banke

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3 months ago

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He was made for this weather!! <3 <3 He must be in heaven

Blitz is probably loving the snow!

Oh yeah! His reward for heeling on the walk is he gets to dive into a pile of snow 😂

3 months ago

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Is that one of Wilma the coonhound’s puppies? We adopted Wilma (now Bonnie) in January 2020 and always wondered what her puppies looked like!

Unrelated but I adopted Toby from Pal’s Place about 4 years ago and he is absolutely the best dog ever! ❤️ We adore him.

Such a cutie 💓

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