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Foster Tails – Meet Paula!

January 19th, 2017|0 Comments

I started volunteering over 25 years ago as a volunteer and holding a sub permit with the Ohio Wildlife Center, started by Dr. Burton, taking care of sick and injured wildlife. I learned a lot [...]

Foster Tails – Meet Sarah!

January 19th, 2017|0 Comments

I always wanted to foster dogs and had thought about it for a few years before I signed up. My biggest concern was how I would be able to let the dogs go once they [...]

Our Ray of Sunshine

January 19th, 2017|0 Comments

Ray is an eight year old Australian Shepherd who came to Speak for the Unspoken without any vision - within days it was obvious that he had only recently gone blind. The cataracts had done [...]

Lucy Needs Your Help!!

July 11th, 2016|0 Comments

Friends, we found ourselves with quite a situation on our hands this morning. Late last night, Lucy's foster mom had to rush her to MedVet with a fever of 105.5. After lots of testing, we [...]

Happily Furever After

Sadie

January 26th, 2017|0 Comments

This is Willa and our new adopted baby, Sedona--Sadie for short. Thanks Kaye at S4tU!! -Cheri

Mr. Poe

January 26th, 2017|0 Comments

Mr. Poe We adopted our baby, "Mr. Poe," in December 2013. He was one of Monroe's puppies. We love him dearly- he is the best dog we've ever had. Sleeps [...]

Josie

January 26th, 2017|0 Comments

Josie came to live with us in late October. My daughter and I drove almost 6 hours one way to meet her and brought her home with us. She settled in rather quickly and learned [...]

Snowflake

January 26th, 2017|0 Comments

Snowflake was our foster fail and he is the best dog ever. It took him awhile, but he took his first-mile long walk (on a leash) a couple weeks ago.... He loves being a "Foster [...]

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Merle to Merle Breeding … by Keller’s Cause

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“Merle” is a desired coat pattern in several breeds. Breeding two merle patterned dogs together puts each puppy at a 25% risk of inheriting the merle gene from each parent. These puppies are called “double merles,” and they are often born with a mostly white coat.

Lack of pigmentation in certain areas causes developmental issues like deafness and blindness. A large majority of double merles are born with these issues, and they’re completely preventable.

Learn more here:

https://www.facebook.com/kellerscause/videos/1032209050159227/

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Chevy
Dog, Adult, Male, Large

Pit-Bull-Terrier

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Emma
Dog, Adult, Female, Medium

Labrador-Retriever

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Dreamweaver
Dog, Adult, Male, Large

Catahoula-Leopard-Dog

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Jaden ***courtesy Post Batavia Oh*******
Dog, Young, Male, Medium

Mixed-Breed

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Mario
Dog, Adult, Male, Large

Pit-Bull-Terrier

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Aries
Dog, Adult, Female, Medium

Pit-Bull-Terrier

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Ivy
Dog, Baby, Female, Medium

Catahoula-Leopard-Dog

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Waffles
Dog, Baby, Female, Medium

Catahoula-Leopard-Dog

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Maggie
Dog, Adult, Female, Small

Shih-Tzu

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Chloe
Dog, Adult, Female, Medium

Boxer

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Bella
Cat, Adult, Female, Small

Domestic-Short-Hair

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Wally
Dog, Baby, Male, Small

Chihuahua

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Amelia
Dog, Adult, Female, Medium

Mixed-Breed

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Molly
Dog, Adult, Female, Large

Anatolian-Shepherd

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