Dedicated to rescuing the sick, injured, overlooked and forgotten due to their medical condition.
Saving Animals From Euthanasia
Xena is a 2 to 3 year old girl who is patiently waiting for someone to give her a forever home. She is shy at first (and afraid of men ....at first!) but within a couple hours she will be your little shadow. She has color dilute alopcia, which doesn't require any medication or any care. It simply means where her skin is dark, she can't grow hair.
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Through your donations, together we can continue our mission of rescuing, caring for and placing these forgotten dogs!
Donations are TAX DEDUCTIBLE and all donations are greatly appreciated!
100% of donations go directly to the care of the animals!
FOSTER HOMES NEEDED
Open your heart and home to a dog in need!
Foster homes are an essential part of rescuing. With each foster home it allows us to save another dog in need. We provide all the essentials, food, bed, blanket, toys, collar, leash, medical. We need homes that can take in a shelter dog, care for them, help them to feel secure again, and give them the attention they need to be able to be adopted to a permanent home. If you'd like to become a foster family, please contact us at SAFEanimalrescue@aol.com. Please click on the "Foster Home" link to the right to read if fostering is for you!
You will be rewarded with wagging tails and joys of excitement every time you come home and you are guaranteed to fall in love over and over and over again!
Below are just a few of the wonderful dogs S.A.F.E. has been fortunate enough to rescue and place in forever homes
Her picture says it all! Peggy was dropped off at the shelter with broken front legs! She required orthopedic surgery on both legs.
Yoli came to us with both back legs broken, one too severe to save and had to be amputated. The other required multiple surgeries with the final one fusing it straight.
Harvey came to us with a broken foot and needed to be splinted for several weeks.
Rags was dumped at the shelter by his then owner. He came in with double eye infections and a tumor growing out of his mouth. We had the eye infections treated and the tumor removed. He got a wonderful new home where he is spoiled.
Shyla was confiscated by animal control from a horder who had 38 dogs and held as evidence for two months. Most of her hair was gone due to flea infestation.....read about her wondeful new home on our Happy Endings page!
Tiny litte Canela was turned in on her death bed by her owner. She had been in labor for two days and needed an emergency c-section or she would die. The surgery was performed. Then it was discovered she was unable to walk. Both of her back knees were completely deformed which required two surgeries to allow her to walk.
Victor was picked up as a stray and had a broken leg which required surgery for it to heal. _____________________________
DeDe is a 7 week old puppy that we rescued because we were told she had a "back end" deformity and mange. After we brought her to S.A.F.E. we discovered the next day that she was also DEAF! Imagine how scared she must have been in the shelter!
S.A.F.E. often rescues "special needs" dogs from shelters. These dogs are usually overlooked by the public because of their medical conditions. We have successfully rescued and placed dogs with broken pelvises, birth defects, demodectic mange, eye removal, leg amputation, skin conditions, tumors, broken legs, spinal injuries, cherry eye, head trauma, and otherwise considered "unadoptable" dogs.
We don't think they are!
Please visit our HAPPY ENDINGS page to see some of our wonderful matches!
The shelter thought this little guy had burns and contacted SAFE. Thankfully it wasn't burns, but untreated mange with a severe secondary skin condition.
Kenny had to have his eye removed. No one knows what happened to him, but he was taken to the shelter by his then owner claiming to have no knowledge of what happened to him.
Billy, just a little puppy, came to S.A.F.E. we were told with a broken leg. After further examination and x-rays it was discovered both of his front legs were broken. _____________________________
Stitch (now Willie) the vet thinks was attacked by a larger animal and as a result had an injured leg and had to have his eye removed. See our happy endings page to see him now with his new family!
Bixby had been hit by a car and had large open wounds all over his body. He had a degloving injury to his leg (the skin literally peeled off his leg) and required a skin graft and bandage changes every 3 to 4 days until the skin grows back. He now has a happy home with a wonderful family!
----------------------------------------- Lexie, a small Pomeranian, had been struck by a car. She had a shattered pelvis and both of her hips were broken completely away from her body. It took months of strict crating for her to heal. Above is a pic of her bruising and road rash.
Reba has had both of her front legs broken. She required surgery to have a plate put in one of her legs.
ChaLee had been hit by a car and had a broken hip on one side that needed to be wired closed and a broken leg on the other side that required orthopedic surgery. _____________________________
Jasmine, a five year old pug, due to a severe eye injury needed to have her eye removed.
Little Cindy had been hit by a car and had internal injuries as well as a broken pelvis and hip.
Noodles had been attacked by a large dog. Her throat had been ripped open, torn through the muscle down to the jugular vein. Her owners didn't want to pay for treatment, so they took her to the shelter.
Almond was picked up as stray after being hit by a car. When we went to get her out of the shelter, the tech tried to talk us out of saving her saying her injuries were too extensive. Not true! She required multiple surgeries due to a broken leg, broken hip and leg amputation.
Little Louie had been hit by a car. Unfortunately he needed to have one of his front legs amputated. _____________________________
If you would like to help S.A.F.E. in our efforts to rescue, shelter and care for these pets, please donate today.
If you would like to send a check, please address it to:
SAFE Animal Rescue
2060-D Ave De Los Arboles, #193
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
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