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Panda Paws Rescue • A 503(c) Non Profit

Rescue – Rehabilitation – Hospice

Our rescue’s goal is to end the homelessness, abuse & neglect of all animals.
To be a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves.
To stand up and make a change.
When we can, to care for those sick, injured, or dying at the hands of others.
To nurture and find loving forever homes for them.
To make a change, to make a life better, to be an advocate.
To care.
MEET OUR ADOPTABLE RESCUES
Amanda Giese, Founder/President, Panda Paws Rescue

Amanda Giese, Founder/President, Panda Paws Rescue

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do you spay & neuter your rescues?2019-03-21T21:48:41-07:00

Yes, we require that every animal is spayed or neutered unless medically they are deemed unfit for surgery because it poses a danger to their life. Thankfully, that is very rare.

Do you take cats/pigs/birds/wildlife/etc?2019-03-21T21:50:28-07:00

Yes, Panda Paws Rescue does occasionally help other species. However, the vast majority of our rescues are dogs!

I found a stray, where do I bring it or can I bring it to you?2019-08-26T10:48:55-07:00

Panda Paws Rescue does not accept stray animals and we encourage you to take the animal to your local shelter that holds the contract with your respective county to help the animal reunite with their family. If the stray is a Panda Paws Rescue alumni the local shelter will contact us and we can arrange transferring that animal back into our care with them. There are laws in each county which allow time for a family to reunite with their lost animal companion and it is very important to us that we follow those laws strictly.

I want to visit Panda Paws Rescue. Can I just stop by?2019-03-21T21:50:44-07:00

Unfortunately no. We do our best to make ourselves as available to the public as possible, however, this is our family home and for our personal privacy and safety (as well as the safety of the animals) we are NOT open to the general public to come and go. We do allow adopters to come into our home but we do not allow people to just stop by to meet us or our animals. We try to make ample opportunities each year for our beloved supporters to meet with us at fundraisers or public events. Additionally, we post daily and allow our supporters to follow the journey of each animal from within our home on our social media pages. Your respect and understanding is greatly appreciated.

Are you a nonprofit / 501c3 and is my donation tax deductible?2019-03-21T21:50:51-07:00

Yes! Panda Paws Rescue is a registered 501c3 charity and your donations are tax deductible.

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I have pet food, medications, kennels, etc to donate. Where can I do that?2019-03-21T21:49:18-07:00

Panda Paws Rescue runs on a very low volume and therefore our need for these types of donations is much lower than it is for a lot of our rescue partners. I encourage you to make these types of donations to your local shelters or to programs that help feed low income family pets. When Panda Paws Rescue is in need of a specific supply, we add that to our Amazon Wish List & share it on our Facebook page as well. ( www.Facebook.com/PandaPawsRescue501c3 )

How do I donate to your Amazon?2019-03-21T21:49:29-07:00

Panda Paws Rescue has an Amazon Wish List and we do encourage people to donate items on that list. We try to keep it current with each new rescue that comes into our care. If you are an Amazon Smile member, Panda Paws Rescue is a recognized charity on their list to choose from as your beneficiary each time you make a purchase.

I would like to donate, how can I do that?2019-03-21T21:50:59-07:00

Donation is the sole reason we are able to do what we do here at Panda Paws Rescue. Without our public support, the number of more needy animals we would be able to save would be drastically lower. Donations save lives & we are eternally grateful for your support. Donations can be made directly on our website ( www.PandaPawsRescue.org ), directly on Facebook (www.Facebook.com/PandaPawsRescue501c3 ) or via good ole snail mail to:
Panda Paws Rescue
805 NE Perry Road
Washougal, WA 98671

I would like to foster, how can I do that?2019-03-21T21:52:34-07:00

Currently we only have our board members as volunteers, as well as one family that does tube feeding for neonatal puppies. If you are local to the Washington State or Oregon State area and are a savvy tube feeder, please send us an email as we see a major influx of cleft palate puppies that require tube feeding for 6-8 weeks.

I would like to volunteer, how can I do that?2019-12-04T15:54:40-08:00

Volunteering is a major help in the rescue/shelter world and most could not make it happen without their selfless team of helpers. Panda Paws Rescue is operated out of my personal home and I have children. Therefore, we do not allow volunteers here so that I can run as “normal” of a household as possible for my family as well as for obvious safety reasons.

Currently, we only have one family that does tube feeding for neonatal puppies. We do occasionally need transport help and when that need arises you can find the plea for help on our Facebook page.

If you are local to the Washington State or Oregon State area and are a savvy tube feeder, please send us an email as we see a major influx of cleft palate puppies that require tube feeding for 6-8 weeks.

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Saturday January 25th, 2020 - 6:20 pm

Milo was rescued by Priceless Pet Rescue (501c3) from a shelter in in Southern California. Although we don't know his backstory or his real birthday, he is definitely an interesting character who is not yet one. When Milo first went into foster care all he would do is wander in circles. He also displayed other odd behaviors such as disliking to be held, general confusion and overall hyperactivity. Because his eyes are an unusual color of bright blue, we weren't sure if he could see. He often didn't respond to verbal cues either so we wondered if he was deaf. After many assessments, to get to the root of Milo's issues, it was determined that he can both hear and see but he likely has a slow processing time. What was also determined was that Milo has Lissencephaly (meaning "smooth brain"). Lissencephaly is a rare brain disorder where the whole or parts of the surface of the brain appear smooth. This birth defect is a lack of development of brain folds and grooves. Once we knew what Milo's issues were we got to work on training him to do such things as walking on a leash, allowing other to hold him and toilet training. With lots of repetition and consistency Milo now presents as almost a typical dog. He plays well with others, he can walk on a leash and he is beginning to be successful with his toilet training. The person who adopts Milo will need to consider that Milo will always be a slow learner, but he can learn. For Milo, having another easy-going dog in the adoptive family would be a plus. Milo enjoys playing with other dogs in the way young puppies like to play. Milo will likely have puppy like behavior for a long time, possibly his whole life. Over time, Milo may develop seizures, another possible side-effect of his birth defect, but currently that is not an issue. Milo is a beautiful dog inside and out. He would make a wonderful addition to the right family who would be able to accept him for who he is and enjoy him for his little silly quirks. Please go here and apply: https://pricelesspetrescue.org/ ... See MoreSee Less

Milo was rescued by Priceless Pet Rescue (501c3) from a shelter in in Southern California.  Although we dont know his backstory or his real birthday, he is definitely an interesting character who is not yet one.  When Milo first went into foster care all he would do is wander in circles. He also displayed other odd behaviors such as disliking to be held, general confusion and overall hyperactivity.  Because his eyes are an unusual color of bright blue, we werent sure if he could see. He often didnt respond to verbal cues either so we wondered if he was deaf.   After many assessments, to get to the root of Milos issues, it was determined that he can both hear and see but he likely has a slow processing time. What was also determined was that Milo has Lissencephaly (meaning smooth brain). Lissencephaly is a rare brain disorder where the whole or parts of the surface of the brain appear smooth. This birth defect is a lack of development of brain folds and grooves. Once we knew what Milos issues were we got to work on training him to do such things as walking on a leash, allowing other to hold him and toilet training.  With lots of repetition and consistency Milo now presents as almost a typical dog.  He plays well with others, he can walk on a leash and he is beginning to be successful with his toilet training.  The person who adopts Milo will need to consider that Milo will always be a slow learner, but he can learn.  For Milo, having another easy-going dog in the adoptive family would be a plus.  Milo enjoys playing with other dogs in the way young puppies like to play. Milo will likely have puppy like behavior for a long time, possibly his whole life. Over time, Milo may develop seizures, another possible side-effect of his birth defect, but currently that is not an issue. Milo is a beautiful dog inside and out. He would make a wonderful addition to the right family who would be able to accept him for who he is and enjoy him for his little silly quirks. Please go here and apply: https://pricelesspetrescue.org/

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Cutie

You are a very sweet and special boy anyone who gets you is truly getting a treasure good luck baby.

Sounds like such an amazing special boy!!

He's adorable. Perfect for a very special adopter.

Oh my gosh...how cute is he!!!

Yay love Milo!!!! I remember the day he came in, so glad he was able to get the help he needed from his journey from Rancho to PP To PP lol

Cutie ❣️

He's beautiful!

I would take him in a heart beat I have to medical needed boys one is all ready having serizures is on serizures meds my other one has ibs and high anexity problems his on meds and special food only through the vet I am always at home I all so have special needs daughter that I cyber school. All of my boys are up to date on shots and whatever they need I get it done. And my baby I have to use a special compound company that uses a special compound to make is serizures meds. I only take in medical needs and both of mines I rescured myself. I have awwwome vet. Which are fanstic they have been my go 2 when I need them or my baby's are sick.

Cute

Someone will be so lucky

God bless you!!

What a little cutie

What you and your family and friends do is Amazing, Amanda you are a Earth Angel. I just finished watching the episode with Jedi and all the other hitchhikers you saved here from Australia 🇦🇺 Huge respect for what you do ❤️✊🏻

Prayers for Milo to get a forever home soon 🙏🙏🙏

He’s beautiful.

Precious baby

Seriously respect Panda Paws Rescue so much for all they do. My wife and I and our Autistic son do everything we can locally to help any animal in need. Our goal is to have a sanctuary for any and all dogs (my wife says cats also, lol) of any age or medical condition if it's within our skill set. Which includes currently; blindness, deafness, seizures and motor challenged. We have the land already but it needs to be developed and structures built for we intend to make this our forever home as well. And in time, heck or high water it will happen. But...my question is, are there any agencies or grants, any programs that might be available to speed up the process? I'm asking in this forum because once again i trust and believe in your organization and your followers are also like minded and might have information as well. We live in Western NY and there is not a lot of options for these poor pups and we just want to make any difference we can so all information is greatly appreciated. And Happy Birthday Amanda 🎉

Milo is a gorgeous fella and a trooper ❤️

He's a cutie and looks like he enjoys water also, and what fun he would have if he gets a furbaby brother or sister😍😍I know that special family is out there🙏🙏 ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

He is beautiful

God love him.

He is adorable!!!

🙏🏼❤️🙏🏼

what a cutie!

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Good afternoon everybody, it’s Jade! My mom’s birthday is on the 26th (tomorrow), she will be turning a whopping 37 years of age and this year she would like to celebrate by having a fundraiser! Last year a much needed $27,772 for all the rescue rescues we had in her honor! I know it would mean a lot to my mom, Amanda, and to each special life we acquire here at Panda Paws Rescue to raise funds for all the animals that we still have yet to help and save in the year 2020. She will never ask for this herself & as selfless leader to this pioneering animal welfare mission, that’s commendable. Her goal has always been to help the underdog and do everything she can to help out in any possible, it’s time to return the favor! I would like to ask everyone to wish my mother a happy birthday by donating to the our mission. 100% of the donations made will go towards helping with medical costs for our future rescues! We appreciate your endless love so much and feel very loved knowing that you guys support the mission our small family is working hard day in, day out to accomplish. Thank you for helping us achieve our goals along the way! Thank you for your love and support! This is community effort & responsibility!

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Happy birthday 🎈

Happy Birthday looking fabulous 🎂🎂🎂🎂💖💖💖

Happy birthday Amanda and Hi Jade!

Happy bday 🎂🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈

Happy birthday

Hi to the kids

Happy Birthday Beautiful Amanda

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, you are an amazing force in this world❤

Happy birthday

How ? I’m in the uk

Happy birthday 🎉🍩🎂🎁

Happy birthday!!

We share a Birthday just not the age. Happy Birthday to a beautiful woman.

Happy birthday Amanda!

Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday

Hapoy Birthday, Amanda!🎈🎂🐾❤🐾

Happy birthday Amanda xx your an inspiration xx

Happy Birthday 🎈

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Charcoal

Just so cute

Forrest!!!!

Aw he's cute

Poor baby love. So sweet.

Thumper

McGruff

Looks like a "Mr Rags" leg

I like the name Forrest

I like the name Puppy Monster 😀

Yass FORREST GUMP!!

Knight

Why no just Monster?

Thumper

Browster 😁🤗

Jazzercise

skippy

Snookums

Coal!!

Sweetie

Sirus black!

Skippy. He’s adorable

Bean

Gwen

He is so handsome!

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And he’s here! This 11 week old Giant Schnauzer puppy has goofy feets & we need to get to the bottom of it to see what we can do to help! He was transferred to us by HT-Z Giant Schnauzer Rescue & we’re very excited to learn from his unique case!

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I'm in love 💗💗

He is precious

He’s beautiful

Look at that face!!!

Oh my, that smooshy face 🥰

Cutie!

How handsome!

He sure is precious! He's in the best hands possible

He's so so cute

Welcome little one💜

I want him!!

He is adorable! Look Gwen

Erika Oney

Adorable

so cute

HALLO dear

He is a very handsome boy!!

Omg isn’t he just the sweetest

Adorable ❤️

I had two of these way back when,brothers we named them Mutt and Jeff great dogs get very big 🙂

He's gorgeous!❤

So cute

Adorable

Katie Brown you need him!

Cute

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Tuesday January 21st, 2020 - 10:44 pm

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Sweet dreams everyone!

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Sweet dreams to all y'all .

Sleep well.

Addie says gnight also

Sleep well. Here its 7.48 AM. So just got up.

Fiona says sweet dreams.

🐾❤️🐾

Sweet dreamz er body <3

Sweet dreams

Petunia and Buddy said nighty night.

Nighty night

Nighty night❣🐕🐈🐾🐾❤❤

Gnight from Mowgli 💤

Bonne nuit

mmmmmrp

The purrfect bed warmers. 💖

Good morning.. Im drinkin Coffee To get my eyes open😲 we have morning now In finland but sweet dreams

Nighty night!!

Sweet Dreams

Sweet dream bullfrog and beast cat p

💗🐾

Your licorice jelly bean looks just like my licorice jelly bean, Amarillo! She says sweet dreams to yall too!💤

...and Good Morning from here 😀💖

sleep well from Joep from Holland

Sweet dreams Amanda and crew

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So cute!

Adorable! ❤️

Ouch mouse! 😍 I used to call my hedgie Danger Mouse 🦔

Shannon Lane

Super cute.

I wish my ouch mouse would play with toys

Oh my goodness!!! 😂😂😂

So stinking adorable

Adorable ❤️

So frickin' cute!

Omg too cute

What's the biggest dog you've rescued

Molly Lowman

Too cute🥰

So cute... It is almost as big as he is...

That is the cutest name I’ve heard!

How sweet is this!!! Ouch Mouse is so stinking cute!!!

Ouch Mouse has the best oomie zoomies!!!!

Omg how cute...

Lol,awww

He is so , so adorable!!

Madalyn Rae

To cute.

That’s a hedgehog dummy!

so dang cute

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Giant Schnauzer lovers will be excited to meet our newest rescue pup with some unique feets! Coming soooooon!!!

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#funkyfeet

When are coming back on the air?

I may need to complete an application soon. We have mini’s but so want to add a giant

Oh my lanta

Ummmm, did you rescue him from this area!??? 😲🤔🤗

Can't wait to meet the new sweet baby, even if its only on TV or here.❤❤❤❤

Can’t wait!!!

Oh my!

I love giant schnauzers!! I'm going to watch your page with baited breath.

Cool!!!

Can’t wait! Love schnauzers!

Kathy Barber

Can’t wait!!! I wonder how Professor Clovis is doing? I know that is not his name anymore but he was such a cutie!

I absolutely love and adore my Giant Valkerie

Yeeeesssssss!

Susan Kee

Can't wait to see pictures

When are you coming back on tv

Also can’t wait for pictures! Love schnauzers!

I have a mini 🐾❤️🐾❤️ Her name is Sophie.

Love schnauzers !

Keep me posted plz ❤️

In love with giant schnauzers!! ❤❤

We don’t have a schnauzer but we do have a baby girl with a deformed foot but trust me it doesn’t slow her down at all!!

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Sunday January 19th, 2020 - 7:25 pm

*Courtesy Post for my amazing team at Viking Veterinary Care*

"Theo was a street cat that was rescued and neutered during a large TNR project. His sweet and social nature quickly became apparent during his release and rather than being released back to the feral colony where he was originally rescued, Theo was taken in Viking Veterinary Care for a thorough check up and blood work. Blood work found that Theo was FIV positive, and further preoperative diagnostics found that he also had a significant heart murmur as well as an enlarged heart. Theo was then scheduled to see the cardiologist for a further work up on his heart before he could undergo anesthesia for a much-needed dental procedure. To everyone’s surprise, his heart was in much better shape than we were expecting, and the cardiologist cleared him for anesthesia. Theo is currently living in the adoption ward at Viking Veterinary Care where he will soon have a dental procedure to clean his teeth and remove a few fractured ones. He currently needs an inhaler to help with his asthma but is not on any other medications besides monthly parasite preventatives and daily probiotics.



Theo will need an adopter who is able to have blood work and echocardiograms done yearly to continue monitoring the progression of his heart disease and is also willing to continue with his daily medications. Because Theo is FIV positive, it is required that he remain an indoor kitty. Other cats in the household may be fine if there is no inter-cat aggression, as FIV is spread through deep bite wounds. Theo does decently well with dogs but will swat if they become to pushy or energetic, and he does great with children. Due to Theo’s history of being a street cat, he tends to have a rough nature when it comes to playing, so an adopter who is very familiar with cat behavior and is easily able to distinguish his feisty playfulness from aggressive behavior would be ideal.



Theo is very social and playful, but also enjoys a good snuggle on the couch. He does well on his leash and harness but is hesitant about going outdoors. He loves to run and chase his toys and is very food motivated, so training has been a fun enrichment time for him. Theo loves catnip and chasing his tail, and most of all, he loves to talk and greet you every time you come around. "

Please contact Viking Vet Care at 9713714024 or info@vikingveterinarycare.com if you think you’re the puuurrfect fit for Theo!
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*Courtesy Post for my amazing team at Viking Veterinary Care* 

Theo was a street cat that was rescued and neutered during a large TNR project. His sweet and social nature quickly became apparent during his release and rather than being released back to the feral colony where he was originally rescued, Theo was taken in Viking Veterinary Care for a thorough check up and blood work. Blood work found that Theo was FIV positive, and further preoperative diagnostics found that he also had a significant heart murmur as well as an enlarged heart. Theo was then scheduled to see the cardiologist for a further work up on his heart before he could undergo anesthesia for a much-needed dental procedure. To everyone’s surprise, his heart was in much better shape than we were expecting, and the cardiologist cleared him for anesthesia. Theo is currently living in the adoption ward at Viking Veterinary Care where he will soon have a dental procedure to clean his teeth and remove a few fractured ones. He currently needs an inhaler to help with his asthma but is not on any other medications besides monthly parasite preventatives and daily probiotics.

 

Theo will need an adopter who is able to have blood work and echocardiograms done yearly to continue monitoring the progression of his heart disease and is also willing to continue with his daily medications. Because Theo is FIV positive, it is required that he remain an indoor kitty. Other cats in the household may be fine if there is no inter-cat aggression, as FIV is spread through deep bite wounds. Theo does decently well with dogs but will swat if they become to pushy or energetic, and he does great with children. Due to Theo’s history of being a street cat, he tends to have a rough nature when it comes to playing, so an adopter who is very familiar with cat behavior and is easily able to distinguish his feisty playfulness from aggressive behavior would be ideal.

 

Theo is very social and playful, but also enjoys a good snuggle on the couch. He does well on his leash and harness but is hesitant about going outdoors. He loves to run and chase his toys and is very food motivated, so training has been a fun enrichment time for him. Theo loves catnip and chasing his tail, and most of all, he loves to talk and greet you every time you come around. 

Please contact Viking Vet Care at 9713714024 or info@vikingveterinarycare.com if you think you’re the puuurrfect fit for Theo!

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What a beautiful boy. If I could have another cat I would take him in a heartbeat.

Awe! He looks a lot like my kitty that passed away. Hope he finds a good home soon!! ❤

love the face

Thank you for sharing our sweet boy! He’s been at our hospital since May and as much as our staff loves snuggling with him, he deserves to sleep with his person at the end of the day. ♥️

Hoping he finds the perfect home soon! ❤️🙏

Prayers for Theo to get a forever home soon 🙏🙏🙏

What a beauty! I adopted King Louie a few months ago from a local rescue. He is FIV+ and such a love. He is a flame point siamese and dotes on his new older sister, my 20 year old seal point Siamese, Lady Guinevere. He is a total love bug.

Love this fur baby

What beautiful eyes!

He is gorgeous I’d take him but have a feral rescue and afraid of aggression😢

Theo looks a lot like our cat Big Boy. He had a lot of health issues (FIV+, enlarged heart, diabetes). One time he was at the vet getting his diabetes check up and the vet wanted to listen to his heart. She tried for about 20 seconds, then said "I can't hear his heart because he's purring too loud!" Big Boy loved everyone and he was so appreciative. He never flinched getting his twice a day insulin shot. Sadly he passed away in Feb 2017 at our house. He's buried in our back yard btwn 2 trees.

Beautiful cat!!!

This cat looks exactly like my Pippy 🥰🥰

What a handsome guy. Best wishes for a wonderful forever family, Theo!

Cute

He is beautiful! Hope he finds a loving home quickly!

Chelsea check that blanket 🙂

Oh he's adorable.

Pretty boy!

He’s a handsome guy. Our cat Luna runs this house and doesn’t like other animals in it. He will get a great home quickly, I’m sure.

He is gorgeous!! Sharing with hope. 🐾😻🐾

I love when "felal" kitties become loving indoor kitties.

Love those words "to everyone's surprise" he looks like a Maine Coon mix. A beauty

He is gorgeous! Sending prayers that he gets a good home. ❤❤

Hoping for the best for Theo♥️🐾🐈♥️🐾🐈 he’s a cutie

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Friday January 17th, 2020 - 4:44 pm

*Courtesy Post*

Chance is a 11-12 month old 40-50lb boxer/basenji/maybe pit mix. He is neutered, updated on all vaccines, and has no current medical conditions other than his cerebellar hypoplasia.

Chance is very social, curious, adventurous and loves to be around people and other dogs. He has some mild anxiety but overall loves cuddling, and is a couch potato 🛋🥔 who loves to watch 📺. He also loves baths 🛁 and even the hairdryer!

He gets along well with other dogs, cats, and all people as well as kids. Recommendation is for kids over the age of 8 because his balance can knock even adults down if he gets under foot. He has been getting better at managing environmental stimulation outside but currently he does get over stimulated easily. He would do well in a home in the suburbs where there isn’t so much excited.

Chance can move around well with and without his wheelchair. He does much better in his chair though and is becoming quite the speed racer. He has been practicing outside and does better on grass and flat surfaces and is building up calluses and working on sidewalks and pavement. He can not go up and down stairs and would have to be carried although his current foster has been working with him on that.

Who is going to make Chance's wish of a furever home come true??? 🌟 💫

He’s in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area.

For information on how to adopt, visit Noah’s Ark Rescue Project and Sanctuary’s website at www.noahsarps.com
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*Courtesy Post* 

Chance is a 11-12 month old 40-50lb boxer/basenji/maybe pit mix. He is neutered, updated on all vaccines, and has no current medical conditions other than his cerebellar hypoplasia.

Chance is very social, curious, adventurous and loves to be around people and other dogs. He has some mild anxiety but overall loves cuddling, and is a couch potato 🛋🥔 who loves to watch 📺. He also loves baths 🛁 and even the hairdryer! 

He gets along well with other dogs, cats, and all people as well as kids. Recommendation is for kids over the age of 8 because his balance can knock even adults down if he gets under foot. He has been getting better at managing environmental stimulation outside but currently he does get over stimulated easily. He would do well in a home in the suburbs where there isn’t so much excited. 

Chance can move around well with and without his wheelchair. He does much better in his chair though and is becoming quite the speed racer. He has been practicing outside and does better on grass and flat surfaces and is building up calluses and working on sidewalks and pavement. He can not go up and down stairs and would have to be carried although his current foster has been working with him on that.  

Who is going to make Chances wish of a furever home come true??? 🌟 💫 

He’s in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area.

For information on how to adopt, visit Noah’s Ark Rescue Project and Sanctuary’s website at www.noahsarps.com

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so handsome

He is so handsome

Kathy Killarney, we have experience with a pup with wheels..

Beautiful dog I hope he finds his furever home soon!!♥️❤️😘

He's gorgeous! There's a family just waiting to meet him...

What a mix. Love the Basenji wrinkles 😀

Elizabeth Giberti you neeeeeed him!

What a great face!

Someone kiss that adorable face.

Que seriedad.

Ears definitely not boxer ears lol

He’s so handsome. He looks like just a really buff Basenji. Does he bark or does he make that yodel weird Basenji sound. It’s hilarious!

So handsome!!

Wow, what a beautiful animal!

So adorable!

That face! I hope he finds an amazing home 💓

Lisa D Mctarsney

He's so adorable!!! There has to be that perfect family out there, who can make this furbaby a part of their family...😍❤🙏🙏

That head looks pure basenji. Sooo cute!

😍

Love Basenjis!! I had one growing up. I wish I could. Got too many tiny dogs, though.

AMANDA - Chance actually looks like a Basenji, known for not barking, but that doesn't mean he's silent. His vocalizations range from a delightful yodel to a hair-raising scream, as well as the usual growls, whimpers, and whines made by all dogs. A beautiful dog. Whoever he lives with is going to be super lucky

He is beautiful ♥

What a handsome guy!

He's a Gorgeous looking boy and he and our girl would make beautiful babies. Hope he finds his humans and his new home soon.

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