Our Featured Pet
Looking for the perfect twosome? Hi we are Lil Bit and BoBo. We were at a high kill shelter in South Carolina where our days were numbered. We placed out there in a foster home for some time to buy us some time, but after awhile that time was up too. Finally HAL found us and we were saved. We plan to arrive to PA on 05/04/2013. We are a very bonded pair. We are both about nine years old. Li'l Bit is a female rat terrier mix about nine pounds. She is very sweet and loves laps. She gets along great with other dogs, cats and kids although she is timid at first with new people. Bobo is a male fiest mix, nine years old, 14 pounds. Not affectionate and prefers to be left alone. Gets along with other dogs, cats, and my older kids but would not recommend him for a home with young kids. Even though we have had him for three months he still does not want us to pet or hold him. Both are house broken although Li'l Bit does have accidents. I think they would do best in a home with older people and not a lot of other dogs. Both are very sweet and looking to be rehomed together! Because of this we are Waiving the adoption fee on one in order to keep these two guys together. Both are up to date on all their shots, spayed and neutered. Please think of adopting this cute pair together!
Please read our adoption information if you’re interested in adding Lil Bit and Bobo to your family.
We regularly hold Meet & Greet events throughout each month. This is a chance for you to come out and meet our adoptable dogs and fill out an application to adopt or foster. The times and locations are always available on the left side at the top of this page, so be sure to check there frequently to see where we’ll be!
Please note that not all of our dogs attend each Meet & Greet. If you are planning on coming out to see a particular dog, it is best to e-mail us at HomeAtLastDogRescue@yahoo.com to find out if a dog is going to be attending.
As a growing rescue group, we are in constant need of volunteers who can assist us in saving dogs. If you are able to provide a foster home for dogs until they are adopted, please e-mail us for more information. Fostering is such a rewarding experience and is vital to our goal of placing rescued dogs into new permanent homes.
Think that buying a puppy from a pet store isn’t such a big deal? THINK AGAIN.
That cute little puppy you want to buy is from a puppy mill and yes, pet stores WILL and DO lie to you and will tell you whatever you want to hear to make the sale. It happens ALL of the time! In buying a puppy, you’re helping to keep puppy mills in business. Don’t believe me? Educate yourself.
Read more to learn about where pet store puppies come from.