We have made the decision to move BHRR’s Clay to our Haven Program.

He has major issues with holding his collar. He will be fine 90% of the time and then when he is not, he will snap. 

There are no known triggers or pattern at this time that we have been able to narrow down as to the ‘why’ in order for us to successfully address this behaviour. He has not demonstrated reliable well rounded nor well balanced behaviour when it comes to gently taking his collar or even after holding his collar for a bit. 

It is in his best interest to be moved to our Haven program where we can continue to assess, monitor and work with modifying this behaviour as we can.  

My last post of my night….

We are calling the newest addition to the BHRR Family – BHRR’s Clay.

This is for a number of reasons and I shall not bore all with a Gwennie novel as to why! 

Yet, one only has to look up some of the definitions to get a glimpse into why we chose that name for this really precious boy. 

No more basements, starvation – I am told that he has put on 20 pounds since he was first taken from living in the basement – neglect, being bred etc. for you sweet man. NEVER again shall you know anything but a loving caring supportive hand. 

We will post an update after his Vet visit tomorrow…….

BHRR’s Clay would also like to gently remind everyone about our 8th Annual ‘1-on-1’ Special Date With A BHRR Dog Online Auction!

To view the 26 amazing dates that we have up for grabs – we have DAY and OVERNIGHT Dates – please do visit THIS LINK for all of the details and to bid!

We currently have bids of $775! 

Our unique Date Auction Event ends 9:00 PM EST on Thursday April 18th, 2019!

From our home to all of our friends, family plus supporters, good night and try to stay dry wishes being sent!


Got him!

In the extreme weather system coming in fast, I drove out for the 3 year old Dane that had been living his life in a basement.

Thank you to Jane of Just Paws for reaching out to us and thank you to Donna & Roger for taking him in, loving on him and then meeting me today! 

From additional information I have been given, apparently he was starved during his time in that basement plus that the conditions were deplorable. 

Dear sweet man, though I know you are nervous – that you pulled to come to me when you first saw me makes my heart hurt knowing that you were missing out in so much love, proper care, attention and social experiences.

Tomorrow, he shall come to work with me and we shall walk your rehab journey together ……you are not alone…..

The next in need of us!

As already stated, while I am not giving up on the special needs sire to The Dane Trio(my amazing three blind/deaf mice), I am no longer as positive that he will come to us. 

In the meantime, we must move forward in helping the next that we can assist and is in need of us.

This is a 3 year old Male fawn GD that was once kept in a basement. He was then given to someone and is now residing temporarily with a friend of the person he was given to. 

Thank you to Jane of Just Paws Animal Rescue for reaching out to us. 

ETA being worked on……