Shelter News - December 2015


Our beloved dogs playing

Many of you have heard me say that in order for deep healing to take place, the Voiceless Ones must feel safe, cared for, and loved.

They must have a life. Not just be kept in captivity. Choices: Playing. Resting in repose. Friends. Guys they dislike. To go off and not be disturbed.

These are some videos of them playing. They’re precious. It’s like a miracle. They are actually happy.

I’ve also said that unlike us, they don’t lament the fact they’re disabled. They do whatever they do without thinking, “Oh, I’m not like the others”…..In these shots of playing…Notice the black dog that only has the use of his front legs. He’s into the rough housing like everyone else. 


In this fourth video. Notice the main dog—the brown and white one. He had a severe spinal compression and was paralyzed. Our beloved Dr. Raja was able to bring him all the way back. Om Namah Shivaya. 

Thank God. He'll have a good life.

What a wonderful sight to behold Dear Ones...So wonderful is your joy...May you be blessed with inner peace...It makes us so happy to watch you....Love, From The Guys.

Shelter Statistics

as of 03/2022
Rescues 8,094
Dogs Sterilized 8,687
Anti-Rabies Injections 20,309
Clinic Visits 78,559
In-Patient Treatments 214,595
Non-Dogs Treated 9,058
Animal Adoptions 1,447