Ginger (pictured) and Katie (not shown) are German Shorthair Pointers (GSPs). Katie was surrendered to York Adopt-A-Pet, and Ginger was surrendered to the Central Nebraska Humane Society in Grand Island. Rocky Mountain GSP Rescue had room for both dogs. Without fellow rescue groups and volunteers to foster and transport, many dogs would simply run out of time. My portion of the journey was from Kearney to North Platte, September 4th, 2004.

Jackie, a 15 year old Dachshund/Terrier Mix, came into rescue September 18th, 2004. She outlived 2 elderly owners. The second owner had no family and no arrangements were made for Jackie. What a sweet girl. She liked the other dogs, enjoyed the company of cats, and adored humans. She was lively and healthy. And, wouldn't you know, there was a family out there looking for a senior girl - just like Jackie. She is still being loved and pampered - by her humans and doxie brother. They don't come any better than Chuck, Carol and Bobo. She has left Nebraska for Oregon, and I miss being able to see her. Her family keeps in touch and sends pictures .... almost as good and deeply appreciated. Jackie passed away June 27th, 2007. She will be deeply missed.

Ming Na is a little 3 year old pug. She was in a shelter in Topeka, KS and was adopted by a family in Rapid City, SD. It was over the Christmas holiday, so her transport got her as far as K9HAVEN Rescue on Christmas Eve, she stayed with us until the 26th, when she continued her journey North. What a sweetie.

Bear was a 15 month old PB Rottie. He needed to be rehomed when the family had a new baby in the house. Due to his size, he couldn't come into our rescue. Big Red Boxer Rescue came to his aid, found him a foster home, and in time found him the perfect home in Colorado. We did participate in his transport and were thrilled to meet his new family.

Sadie was a 6 year old PB Shetland Sheepdog (Sheltie) and she was an owner surrender.She was over weight and in dire need of a good grooming. She came into rescue January 26th, 2005. Northern Colorado Shetland Sheepdog Rescue had room for her right away. On February 13th, 2005 we caught a transport (2 golden puppies) headed for Colorado. By evening she was safe in Peggi's capable arms. She was fostered until Peggi found her the perfect home. What a sweet girl.

Charlie had a long, sad story. He was a 5 to 7 year old Dalmation. He had been abandoned in the country - left to starve and die or be killed by other wildlife. The same family that had Sadie finally took him in. He was difficult to catch - you see, Charlie was deaf. When the family placed Sadie up for adoption, Charlie lost his ears. He had a terrible time, and it wasn't long before we were contacted to try to place Charlie. They finally took him to be put to sleep when time had passed. But, Dalmation Rescue in Colorado had a inquiry by a family looking for a deaf rescue dog. Their elderly boy had passed away and they wanted another deaf dog. They taught their first dog sign language and wanted to do that again. We quickly got him neutered, brought him up to date on his shots, and on March 6th, 2005, Charlie was on his way. God was smiling on this boy !!