Friday, February 3, 2017

Save a Puppy & Joy Rescue

Expose Import Rescue Fraud - Save a Puppy and Joy Rescue. added 3 new photos.
ve entered Canada as personal pets as they are under 8 months old. So what happened to the home they had? Oh right...the cross border transport person lied on the paper work!!

Save a Puppy - Importing sick dogs from Aruba to Canada 

Monday, January 2, 2017

The Underdog Project by Leslie Ysuhuaylas

Carisa Newsom
Do not ever trust 501c3 rescue "the underdog project." Leslie Ysuhuaylas. Leslie is on the DNA DNF and DNR lists and San Antonio and Houston. I trusted her and Rescue Dogs Rock NYC with a severe case and she killed that dog. That's all I will say on here. Any questions you have, PM me. Please share!

From Facebook

Hearts of the North dog rescue

Adopting out aggressive dogs in Canada.  See article for details:

Rescue bringing sick dogs from the U.S. to Canada

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Rescue Gang by Ryan Michael and Lindsey Melissa

Now this is illegal. Transporting dogs in a moving truck!
Dec 28, 2016 
Next Friday, it's that time again! We'll be renting a moving truck, loading it up with crates, and will drive 19 hours round trip to save a large group of dogs🚚🐶🐩🐕
🐾💜Wish us luck!💜🐾

"If you or anyone you know are looking for a nonprofit organization to donate to for an end of the year tax break, PLEASE consider donating to Rescue Gang!
I started this nonprofit last year, at 23 years old, and we have taken in over 170 animals! We plan to save up to 40 in 2 weeks at once. We just opened a commercial facility, so we need more help now than ever!!" From

More info to come 

Rescue Ranch by Stephen "Steve" Caro

"California - ‘Rescue Ranch’ owner Stephen Caro pleads guilty to animal cruelty
Monday, December 12, 2016 / Hi-Desert Star / By Stacy Moore
JOSHUA TREE — A man accused of keeping more than 180 animals at his Morongo Valley property pleaded guilty to five felony charges of animal cruelty Friday. In exchange, the court dismissed 16 more cruelty charges." 

Hope Canine Rescue by Heather Chapman

RV Adoptions and Uber Dog Animal Rescue (UDart) aka Got Orphans Transport by Nikki Chastain and Terry Davis

Rescue-WatchDecember 22 at 12:24pmAlert: Parvo Outbreak – Arkansas-based RV Adoptions and Uber Dog Animal Rescue Transport (UDart)
Arkansas transport and “rescue” delivering puppies and dogs to New Jersey, Tennessee, Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New YorkRV Adoptions / Rescue Volunteer Adoptions and Uber Dog Animal Rescue Transport (Facebook page recently deactivated) Email:
Formerly doing business as Got Orphans Transport
Nikki Chastain and Terry Davis
Beebee, Arkansas and Cabot, Arkansas
This company drops off puppies and dogs along highways, rest stops, gas stations, Cracker Barrels, Home Depot, auto shops, to name but a few.
“Adoption” fees are $395 with separate transport fees of $140, cash only. Health certificates are crudely written.
The Arkansas “rabies certificate” listed Society Waggers of Egg Harbor, NJ as the receiving rescue yet we cannot find anything on this group. See photo.
A puppy who was delivered to a family on December 14 in CT became critically ill within 24 hours and was diagnosed with Parvo and died one day after she was picked up. Another puppy from the same litter was also fighting for her life at the same time, but her status is unknown.
The adopter reached out to Nikki Chastain /RV Adoptions to no avail. The vet expenses to try and save the puppy were about $1500.
Parvo is deadly and can live in the environment for months, so the truck(s) used to transport more puppies and dogs are contaminated with the highly contagious virus and puppies, especially, are highly susceptible to this this deadly disease.
According to the transport schedule via emails, UBER and RV Adoptions are delivering puppies Thursday and Friday, December 22, 2016 and December 23, 2016, with a break, and continuing on January 6th, January 20th, and February 3, 2017.
Adopters should be on high alert for puppies and dogs who may have been exposed and begin exhibiting signs of illness – vomiting and diarrhea, lethargy and loss of appetite. If your dog becomes sick, we urge you to seek immediate vet medical treatment, and contact your state’s health department, department of agriculture and the USDA because it is alleged that this rescue/transport is not registered to do business in some of these states.
NOTE: we issued a warning about this so-called rescue operation / transport company in August 2015, after a puppy that was dropped off at a NJ Turnpike exit died of distemper within a week.