BPC is a NON-PROFIT NO KILL animal rescue and shelter who's mission is to provide
a comfortable home for all domesticated pets. We take in unwanted or surrendered pets, neglected
We are available for adoptions & surrenders Monday through Sunday by appointment only. We are a foster based rescue, therefore we have to coordinate with our foster families prior to receiving any visits. You must also fill out our online adoption application and be approved prior to viewing any of our animals.
EMERGENCY! HELP NEEDED NOW!
URGENT FOSTERS HOMES NEEDED FOR THE OHIO DOGS!!!!
This pic shows only half of the dogs that we are getting. This Thursday Dec 5 we are going to drive back to Ohio, another 12 hours round trip, to get 10 more chihuahuas. We need fosters homes for them all. They will all be vaccinated, flea treated and fixed. These dogs are all deserving of a warm loving place to rest their weary little bodies until they are adopted. The love they give you and the growth they show you daily will fill your heart with joy!
If you would like to HELP us by Saving a dog's life then please fill out a Foster application at the link below and put that you want to foster the "Ohio Dogs". Foster form.
What we are asking is for the following:
- FOSTERS to take one or more of these small breed dogs
- Gas cards as it's a 6 hour drive one way
- Dry Puppy Food
- Pill Pockets
MOST OF THESE ITEMS CAN BE FOUND ON OUR AMAZON WISHLIST...Please choose expedited shipping! Click here to help.
If you would like to make a monetary donation towards their future vet care these dogs will need, please paypal to email@example.com and note that it's for the Ohio dogs.
Congratulations to Helen Macauley for winning the dog quilt!
Congratulations to Sandy Phillips for winning the cat quilt!
If we can get everyone to donate at least $10.00 a month then our shelter could continue to save more lives. So we are asking everyone to please click the "Donate now" button and donate $10.00 or more. All your money goes to the animals so the more we get the more we can help.
Winter (FIV+) Needs a Forever & Foster Home
Meet Winter, an super handsome 4 year old boy. He was brought into BPC after being found outside in North Tonawanda trying to make a bed out of leaves to keep warm. Someone threw him outside as because he was already neutered when we got him. He is a total lovebug and will even give you hugs and try to ride on your shoulder! Unfortunately we didn't get him soon enough because upon giving him a combo test, he is FIV (Feline immunodeficiency virus) positive.
"It is important to realize that a positive test for FIV is not a mandatory death sentence. With a high protein diet and aggressive treatment of secondary infections, an FIV-positive cat can lead a reasonably normal life span. Dr. Mike Richards says, "Feline immundeficiency virus infection does not lead to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome in cats as often as human immunodeficiency virus leads to AIDS in people." The largest threat to FIV-positive cats is secondary infections, such as bladder, skin, and upper respiratory infections. Kidney failure is also frequently seen in cats with FIV. These secondary infections should be treated promptly and aggressively in any cat, but especially with an FIV cat". This and other helpful information can be found here.
Winter is up to date on vaccinations, FIV+ and FeLV -, dewormed and neutered. If interested please call or text 716-308-0101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To speed up the process fill out an adoption application at www.bpcanimalrescue.com.
|Dehlia is a female blue pure breed 35 pound 5 year old Shar pei who was obtained originally from a breeder. The owner of this dog was kicked out of her apartment and was called on for either animal cruelty or for having too many dogs at her residence. She was used as a breeding dog in which the Vet confirmed that she had multiple litters. Dehlia is very friendly and loves everyone that she meets including kids! She came to us in rough shape. She had sores on her legs from chewing at them, had a bad ear infection in her left ear and had a skin infection due to allergies but that got worse from not being treated for with medication. We took her to Seneca Animal Hospital where she received ear meds, eye drops, an antibiotic, and special shampoo for oily/greasy skin. Dehlia is very sweet and loving girl who has a bluish/black tongue! She is low key and enjoys lounging on the couch or chewing on a rawhide. She likes to be around other dogs that are calm and give her space. She either needs one like that or to be the only dog in the home otherwise she can become nippy to them. Dehlia is both crate trained and potty trained. All she wants is to be loved, properly treated which was not the case in the past, and for a nice comfortable bed to lay on. Dehlia has a meaty cyst on her head which the Vet confirmed is of no concern. She also has a few warts on her body (one on her paw, couple on her head, and belly) but who really cares because in our eyes she is simply gorgeous! Please consider opening your heart to this amazingly affectionate girl. When she gets excited she will jump a little and hop around. When she loves you its with her full heart and its unconditional. Wont you be the one to love her back? The Vet said that she will most likely always have inhalant allergies therefore she will need to be on prednisone or claritin. As long as she receives the proper care (food, supplements, baths, etc) then her allergies will be more managable. If you have not had this breed in the past please look at the attached link http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/sharpei.htm before considering adoption. They must be in the shade and not have long exposure to the sun. We want an owner who will keep up on all aspects of her needs emotionally and physically. Dehlia is up to date on her shots, tested negative for heart worms, dewormed, given a bordatella vaccination, on a flea treatment/hw preventative, and is spayed. If you are interested in meeting her please call or text us at 716-208-7747.|