Hello Ahimsa Rescue,
I adopted one of your dogs a bit over a year ago. Her name was Roxy, but now it’s Durban. She loves her new home so much. In fact, she’s now a working dog.Durban is a fully trained service dog for cardiac alert, and seizure alert. Once she gets OFAs for her hips and elbows, she will start training to also do some guide work as I have limited sight. She had a rough start in life but is now spoiled and pampered to no end.This dog is truly a gift. We DNA tested her, and she is 50% german shepherd, 36.4% Australian shepherd, and 13.6% border collie. She has a ton of energy!
Ahimsa Rescue Foundation is unique in the world of animal rescue. Ahimsa Rescue Foundation strives to find the most perfect, loving homes possible for the pets that come into rescue with us.
Ahimsa’s goal is to unite pets and people to form loving and lasting families. We take into consideration both the family’s lifestyle and the individual personalities of our animals.
To see more Ahimsa adoption tales stories and pets for adoption please go to: www.ahimsarescuefoundation.org“
The one absolutely unselfish friend that a man can have in this selfish world, the one that never deserts him, the one that never proves ungrateful or treacherous, is his dog.”Senator George Vest, 1870
Thank you to the Ahimsa Volunteer Team for providing love and care to the animals at Ahimsa Rescue Foundation.
Thank you adopting families for making adoption your first option.