Henry

Henry was found on the streets suffering from malnutrition and neglect. During his time as my foster, he was able to put on weight, and the vet was ecstatic when we were able to save his sight. He takes drops in his eyes to maintain tear production, but his fo...

Smokey

Meet Smokey. He was found wandering by the Butler County Airport and taken in by a Good Samaritan. Smokey was brought to the Animal Friends Humane Society in Hamilton. When he was brought in, every bone showed through his coat since he was a mere 35 pounds. An...

Georgia

Georgia is the mother of eight puppies. I was happy to serve as a puppy handler for some cute photos to help them all get adopted. Georgia is a special story, because her “owner” was going to put her down when she was within days of giving birth. Fortunate...

Dash

Dash was my very first Adore-A-Bull Rescue foster pup! She was part of a litter brought into the Rescue. She was with me for just a few weeks before being adopted. (Any wonder with a sweet face like that?) She lives with a wonderful family now, lucky girl!...

Smith

Here’s the boy who started it all: Smith! As a foster parent, you try to help as many dogs as possible by getting them healthy and finding them a “forever” home. Smith was my first “failure,” since he ended up becoming a permanent member of my family...

Ariel

“Ariel” was approximately one year old when left at a shelter. Adore-A-Bull Rescue was called, and they in turn called Robin about fostering a dog with special needs. She had a wonky leg. Although it added character, there were concerns for her lon...

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