My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Dogs Unlimited Rescue, Beachwood, OH, USA
I have now worked with Dogs Unlimited Rescue on two occasions and can't say enough great things about this organization and their desire to help all animals.
I first adopted a Chihuahua mix that had been found as a stray on the streets of Cleveland in October 2015 , the poor little guy ( now known as Charlie , formerly Niko ) was in pretty poor shape , he was very much underweight and had apparently been attacked by an another animal of some type , which had caused head and neck trauma , as well as a raging infection throughout his tiny body , as these injuries were not recent.
Dogs Unlimited took this boy into their care , and after putting drains into his wounds , stitching him up and treating with antibiotics , he was on his way to a full recovery. I fostered him for a while and ended up taking him into my family, where he is very much loved !
My second occasion to work with this wonderful group of people was in January of 2017 , I had heard of a senior boxer that had been abandoned by her family at a facility , which had apparently been trying to find him a home , although their hearts may have been in the right place , their actions proved not to be , Rosie was put in an unheated outdoor building and was kept there for approximately a month and a half , they had not found her a home and were going to be euthanizing her the next day.
After I saw a picture of her on Facebook with a plea for someone to step in , I went up there , and what I found was heartbreaking , it was 6 degrees outside , she was in a small pen with no bed on a concrete floor, lying in her own urine. She did not even lift her head to look at us , just opened her eyes and then closed them again. I called Dogs Unlimited , hoping they could help me out with this poor girl , they immediately said yes , for which I was so grateful ! So I got her out of there , it took her 10 minutes to walk 20 yards to my car , her arthritic body was so sore from the concrete floor and bitter cold temperatures she had been in for 1 1/2 months. I took her home , warmed her up , fed her and made lots of comfortable beds around my house . After giving her a day to settle a little , we took her to the vet , she had some health issues , thyroid condition , tumors , deafness , partial blindness and unfortunately she has been diagnosed with Cancer.
After being in our care for a few weeks , the spark came back to her , she is now one very happy girl , who loves her new home and her new furry siblings . We are committed to making the time she has left comfortable and pain free, with lots of Love !
None of this would have been possible without Dogs Unlimited Rescue, they truly care about the welfare of the animals and always have their best interest in mind , they always go the extra mile for these rescues , as difficult as it may be at times .