vizslas are available to loving homes that are prepared to adopt a dog for
the rest of his life. Just like a puppy that comes from a reputable breeder,
rescue dogs require the same tender-loving care. And, just like a puppy, a
rescue may require a bit of basic obedience training in order to acclimate
into your home. We screen adoptive families carefully to ensure that they
will provide optimal care to our beloved rescue vizslas. VCMA is committed
to following up with our rescues and assisting the adoptive families should
they need us. Please read our
concerning rescuing a vizsla.
Dr. Amiri, Dr. Owens, Turtle Jo, and
their staff at
Veterinary Hospital & Animal Behavior Center
Dr. Lugar and staff at
are very dedicated to rescue, and have
been extremely generous and sensitive to
needs of our rescue dogs."
A very special "Thank
You" to Julie Bender, Joanne Hamilton, Dana Smoak, Thecla Tyner,
Trish James, Eric Brock and family, Kathy Hansen, Kevin Cronin and Steve
Smith, and all those who donated to Hudson's Fund. Thanks to
Claudia Park for organizing our Dog Wash Fundraiser, and to Sue
Masters, Mary Kenney, Barbara Zahn, Trish Burdin and Karen Buerki
for helping make the Dog Wash a success. Home checks, interviews, transportation, vet
trips, etc. -- it is quite a job and it could not be done without
volunteers. Your help is greatly, GREATLY appreciated by all of us who
love these dogs! Thank you!!!!
our good friend Barbara Yeatman. She has been an enormous help in
finding forever homes, and helping us see things through. We can not thank
you enough for all of your help and support!!!!!
Kat Harrington, we
cannot thank you enough!!!!