Kaylee (formerly named Zara) has found the perfect home, pictured here with her new mommy. Kaylee is such a sweet dog and was so in need of her forever home. She had been adopted from MDAS by a family who returned her two months later because they were moving out-of-state. Because she had been returned she was scheduled to be euthanized in a very short time frame until Happy Tails Dog Rescue rescued her and found her a forever, loving home.
Her new owner, Tammy, had just recently had the second of her two older dogs pass away and was ready for a new companion. She started looking for a dog to rescue and once seeing her picture, knew she was the dog for her. We are so happy that Kaylee has found such a wonderful home!
These empty nesters recently lost their beloved dog whom they had for over 15 years and were hoping to fill their home again with the pitter patter of little paws. When they met Fred (on left) and Ralphie (on right) at the shelter there was an instant connection. Fred and Ralphie began playing with each other and it was hard to resist the chemistry between them. Both of these dogs were rescued from MDAS and had difficult beginnings, but now they found each other and a great couple who will spoil them. It took the groomer 4 hours to shave Ralphie! We want to give a special thanks to Ralphie's foster mom, Jenna, and to Fred's foster mom, Debbie. You both did a tremendous job caring for these boys.
This little baby was an owner surrender at MDAS, which means that her previous owners gave her up for unknown reasons. At MDAS she was scheduled to be euthanized due to the fact she tested positive for heartworm. We rescued her, days before she was to be put down, and treated her heartworm condition (thanks to help from Banfield Pet Hospital in Delray Beach). Here she is today pictured below with a big smile on her face posing together with her new family! She loves them and they love her very much. She is pictured below in her summer bikini ready for the beach. This is truly a "Happy Tale"!
Some of Our Adopted Dogs
Happy Tails Dog Rescue