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Brooke’s Flight From New York to Maine!

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Brooke was rescued by the All American Dachshund Rescue from the Tennessee area along with her brother Ernie and sister Heidi. Brooke’s mom was a Dachshund and Chihuahua and her father was a Dachshund.

The pups were sent to foster care to a family in New York state in July – Brooke was about 8 weeks old.  They all had fleas and parasites, but were in good spirits. According to the foster parents all 3 pups were a bundle of energy.  Brooke is incredibly friendly, loves to cuddle, very sweet and smart.

Her adoptive mom says that Brooke “is pretty much potty trained and we are working on certain commands in puppy class. Brooke is a happy girl and she has brought so much joy to my life in just a few weeks.  Luckily  all of the pups were adopted, and I think it was hard for Brooke at first because she was so used to sleeping and playing with them.  Although the owners did not take good care of the pups, I am thankful that they delivered them to a shelter.”

Brooke arrived in Maine in style on August 17th 2013 thanks to the generosity of PNP board member Jeanne Bowen and PNP Pilot Jerry.


PNP Pilot Jerry, Brooke, and Brooke's new mom Lisa

PNP Pilot Jerry, Brooke, and Brooke’s new mom Lisa

2 thoughts on “Brooke’s Flight From New York to Maine!”

  1. Jan McFadden says:

    So thankful that there are people out there like you! Thank you for all the animals you help to save and have someone rescue. It is sometimes so hard for people like us who are looking to add to our “rescue pack” as we wouldn’t add any other way, due to lack of funding for commercial airlines or ground transport which would take too long in most cases. Blessings on you and your group!

  2. Rita says:

    Love reading about the happy endings! PnP has to be one of the best organizations out there. Maybe Ellen DeGeneres would be willing to feature PnP on her TV show. She’s an animal lover. There’s also Jane Velez-Mitchell of HLN, a huge voice for animal welfare. Keep up the good work. I’m putting you on my donation list for the holidays.

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