Category: Featured

SIA Concert Adoption Success!
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SIA Concert Adoption Success!

Ginger’s Pet Rescue had a blast being the featured rescue for SIA’s concert at the Key Arena! An adoption event was set up outside the venue and available dogs were featured during set breaks and intermission during the concert.           Two lucky pups, Milo and Ziggy, were adopted right there at the concert. Thanks to...

October 6, 2016June 4, 2017by
Charity Breakfast for Ginger’s Pet Rescue at Microsoft South Lake Union
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Charity Breakfast for Ginger’s Pet Rescue at Microsoft South Lake Union

Ginger’s Pet Rescue was invited to the South Lake Union Microsoft campus to participate in a charity breakfast in their honor. The event was organized by Microsoft employee Jacob Rice who adopted his dog Daisy (previously named Myrtle) from a Ginger’s Pet Rescue adoption event in Renton. Volunteers Jenny, Leila and Madelyn met with about...

Keeping Your Pet Cool in Summer Months
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Keeping Your Pet Cool in Summer Months

With summer time as the temperatures soar, it’s important to pay special attention to your pets. Longhaired breeds and even shorthaired varieties are going to feel the heat more than people do, and there are a few tips for keeping your pups cool the rest of the summer. Keep your pal cool. Dogs don’t deal with heat...

Spring Fling Raffle Winners!
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Spring Fling Raffle Winners!

[cmsms_row][cmsms_column data_width=”1/1″][cmsms_text] Thank you to everyone who participated in our Spring Fling Raffle! Thanks to all of your support, we were able to raise $4,300 in raffle ticket sales! All of these funds will go directly to pay down our veterinary bill at Greenwood Animal Hospital. A big thank you as well to Greenwood Vet,...

“I Adopted Your Dog Today”
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“I Adopted Your Dog Today”

A poem about animal rescue, begins with: "I adopted your dog today, The one you left at the pound. The one you had for seven years, and no longer wanted around."

Happy Tails | Special Needs | Edie
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Happy Tails | Special Needs | Edie

Edie was a 10-year-old blind and deaf Pomeranian that the shelter said no one would ever want. $1,200 in vet bills later, we found her a forever home!

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