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19 hours ago
Rescued With Love

Spencer could you be any more perfect?

Our little cavvie man had a groom today and was so excited to be home with his foster besties – it is a joy to see. From being told he didn’t get on with other dogs – to seeing him our heart sings for this little man.

Next week he is going in for an ultrasound on his heart. We got his bloods back yesterday and they are all good – and that is just what we needed to hear.

With his severely enlarged heart we need all we can get to help him through – and we will know more next week, and then we will let you know.
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Spencer could you be any more perfect?  

Our little cavvie man  had a groom today and was so excited to be home with his foster besties - it is a joy to see.  From being told he didnt get on with other dogs - to seeing him our heart sings for this little man.

Next week he is going in for an ultrasound on his heart.  We got his bloods back yesterday and they are all good - and that is just what we needed to hear.

With his severely enlarged heart we need all we can get to help him through - and we will know more next week, and then we will let you know.

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He looks bright and well for a little sweetheart with big health issues. May that be a good sign! πŸ™‚

What good and handsome little boy. Fingers crossed for him. πŸ₯°πŸ₯°

What a handsome little man. Wishing all the best for him.

Spencer you are the most beautiful boy. Happy you are enjoying life with your foster pals. Best of luck with your ultrasound. ❀️❀️❀️

Well what a handsome wee man. See what love does for you ….. you look happier already πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ’™

Such a beautiful little face 🩡

Good Spencer, stay strong. And looking super cute

He is perfect, such a beautiful boy πŸ₯°πŸ₯°

πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™ for your health issues Sweetheart. πŸ’™

He is gorgeous.🐾🐾

Hugs and prayers ❀

Those eyes – he is a dreamy looking little man – fingers and toes all crossed xx

Would love to wake up every morning to see that gorgeous face looking at me.πŸ™β€οΈβ€οΈ

Good luck little guy, hope all goes well for you.

Good boy Spencer

What a sweetheart πŸ’– I hope you get great results Spencer ❀️ πŸ’“

Such a handsome boy. 😍

He's so adorable πŸ’™

Such a sweet face

He’s so beautiful πŸ’™

Oh he’s just beautiful.

So cute

sweetheart.

Fingers crossed for good news Spencer. My little Salt lived for 4 years with a stage 4+ heart murmur and other heart issues. So there is hope for a functional life for you Spencer. Love from us.

He looks so beautiful❀️fingers crossed for more good news🀞

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19 hours ago
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Last week was a particularly challenging week. From losing our little Pandora – we had an issue behind the scenes that was serious enough we sought an intervention.

Little Goldie was starting to resource guard her human. And that was Mum Sara. She was starting small and roughing up Sara’s little girl Hallie – and although she was managing – we had decided we could handle it – and rehome Goldie in a home on her own.

She began growling at other dogs when Sara was walking her – not all, just randomly, no provocation, no warning. It became disturbing – until Sara called me and said Goldie had nipped two people while out walking.

I rang our friend Keryn at A new leash on Life and explained the behaviour and my deep concerns. Most dogs who come to us have some form of issues – but resource guarding of humans is very, very serious, and it can escalate if you don’t get the right advice and the right training. We have, in the passed had to euthanise a young dog, many years ago because her behaviour was so ingrained and so aggressive – and was so unpredictable – no one was safe near her.

I didn’t want that to happen to Goldie. As we spoke I realised handing a dog like Goldie onto another family was irresponsible. It was not right, nor was it fair – to expect someone to deal with that – knowing more problems would come and they would get more and more severe.

We discussed what we all felt best with – and we knew Goldie needed full time boot camp. She is a smart dog – and young enough to be shown what is right and wrong and with the right owner who will continue to do training like we have – she will live a safe and happy life.

Rescued With Love could not provide it. We are not trainers, and although experienced in care – none of us were 100% across this. It would just have set Goldie up to fail her – and that’s not what we wanted at all.

Currently Goldie is living with Keryn and her crew. She is going through a lot of training and we are in contact – and she is doing well, although there have been some moments where the sulking teenager has seeped through….but Goldie has caught on to the idea and is seeing life in a new light.

I cannot tell you how grateful I am to have such an understanding carer in Sara who knew we both were out of our depth in dealing with this complicated little girl, and neither of us wanted to fail her. And for our lovely friend Keryn who has taken on quite a few RWL dogs over the years – and done the most amazing work for these troubled souls who have behavioural issues we are not equipped to deal with.

I’ll keep you up to date with her progress. While it was such a hard decision and we all felt miserable because Goldie is such a loving and beautiful little girl – it was the best thing to stand and recognize what was happening, that it was escalating, and was going to continue to escalate until something serious happened.

We hope you understand we did this for Goldie. x
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Last week was a particularly challenging week.  From losing our little Pandora - we had an issue behind the scenes that was serious enough we sought an intervention.

Little Goldie was starting to resource guard her human.  And that was Mum Sara.  She was starting small and roughing up Saras little girl Hallie - and although she was managing - we had decided we could handle it - and rehome Goldie  in a home on her own.

She began growling at other dogs when Sara was walking her - not all, just randomly, no provocation, no warning.  It became disturbing - until Sara called me and said Goldie had nipped two people while out walking.

I rang our friend Keryn at A new leash on Life and explained the behaviour and my deep concerns.  Most dogs who come to us have some form of issues - but resource guarding of humans is very, very serious, and it can escalate if you dont get the right advice and the right training.  We have, in the passed had to euthanise a young dog, many years ago because her behaviour was so ingrained and so aggressive - and was so unpredictable - no one was safe near her.

I didnt want that to happen to Goldie.  As we spoke I realised handing a dog like Goldie onto another family was irresponsible.  It was not right, nor was it fair  - to expect someone to deal with that - knowing more problems would come and they would get more and more severe.

We discussed what we all felt best with - and we knew Goldie needed full time boot camp.  She is a smart dog - and young enough to be shown what is right and wrong and with the right owner who will continue to do training like we have - she will live a safe and happy life.

Rescued With Love could not provide it.  We are not trainers, and although experienced in care - none of us were 100% across this.  It would just have set Goldie up to fail her - and thats not what we wanted at all.

Currently Goldie is living with Keryn and her crew.  She is going through a lot of training and we are in contact - and she is doing well, although there have been some moments where the sulking teenager has seeped through....but Goldie has caught on to the idea and is seeing life in a new light.

I cannot tell you how grateful I am to have such an understanding carer in Sara who knew we both were out of our depth in dealing with this complicated little girl, and neither of us wanted to fail her.  And for our lovely friend Keryn who has taken on quite a few RWL dogs over the years - and done the most amazing work for these troubled souls who have behavioural issues we are not equipped to deal with.

Ill keep you up to date with her progress. While it was such a hard decision and we all felt miserable because Goldie is such a loving and beautiful little girl - it was the best thing to stand and recognize what was happening, that it was escalating, and was going to continue to escalate until  something serious happened.

We hope you understand we did this for Goldie. x

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Best decision for her , I have a little foster that resource guards me but I have left her with ppl a couple of times and she’s fine , just me she wants to keep close

She is doing really well and getting on well with Jaffa.

The world is a better place with people like you both in it who are prepared to make a hard decision in order to get the best life possible for the dog/s. You do what most of us can't, even when it hurts. You're all awesome human beings.

Smart choice. And after her training she'll have a chance of a wonderful life.

Kae what a wonderful job you did in getting Goldie the help she needs. Gosh you wear so many hats, dog psychologist, fund raiser, organiser, you build partnerships, foster dog parent…..and the list goes on. I am in awe of what you do and how much you achieve.

She's certainly gone to the right place for help well Done Keryn

Yes, I understand what you mean & I think both you & Sara knew Goldie needed to learn new rules. Thank you Karyn for taking over Goldie to train her to be a good dog with no bad habits. πŸ’•πŸΎπŸΆπŸ’πŸ™πŸΌ

Of course we all understand, Kae. Very few of us would be equipped to deal with it either. You always get advice from those you trust, and we respect your decisions, knowing they are ALWAYS in the best interests of the dogs. πŸ’–

I've only ever experienced resource guarding with food from a dog we adopted, he was also not the right fit with our other much smaller dog at the time even though nothing was metioned as he was with a rescue with quite a few dogs. That was scary enough, full on growling, teeth bared, whites of the eyes, everything! Instantly knew we weren't the right fit for him & not experienced with this type of behavoir, went through so much angst, it was awful giving him back even after seeking advice from our Vet. He was otherwise lovely but we also noticed he should have gone to a home as an only dog. πŸ™ So lovely Goldie can be given another option & safe for all! XXOO ❀

The most sensible decision. Goldie will learn how to behave nicely and become the best version of herself. Love that you know when you need to hand over to those with different skills. Thanks to everyone involved. ❀❀❀

You were so right and so responsible and so caring. All the point to RWL (as always).

You re rescued her with love. Thank you.πŸ₯°

As always Kae we are 200% behind any of your moves with the little ones as you know better than anyone. So glad Jo has realised and the beautiful Goldie will be on a better road in life. Great job to all of you.πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ ❀️🐢❀️🐢❀️🐢❀️🐢❀️🐢❀️🐢

Absolutely the right direction to take, thank you for your care and commitment to the lives of these little souls xxxπŸ’žπŸ’πŸ™

So hard for you to do this , however it is the right way to go. Wish I had your strength. What a wonderful rescue this is and Goldie will come into her own with this great opportunity. Thanks to all concerned πŸ’™

Glad Sarah picked up on it early enough to get the training done, and that the training has begun. Goldie will be such a good pet for a family now πŸ•β€οΈ

Best Decision for Goldie it the most important outcome, Thank you for caring and helping❀️❀️

Poor little girl. Hoping she will eventually enjoy her new life with the right person. Good on you all for recognising she needed extra help. ❀️

Goldie is just a beautiful little girl,but I am sure when she comes out of training she will be a happy loyal sweetheart! Wishing you all the very best Goldie🩷🩷🩷🩷🩷🩷🩷🩷🩷🩷🩷

We know you only ever do what's best for the little ones in your care. Thank you all for all you do. ❀️

She couldn't be in better hands. You're giving her the best possible chance πŸ’œ

Always putting the doggys in your care 1st & that's marvellous!! ❀️❀️ Thank you to all involved in helping this sweet soul sort through her problems & prayers to the Doggy Gods all goes well πŸ’žπŸΎπŸ’žπŸΎπŸ’žπŸΎ πŸΎπŸ’žπŸΎπŸ’žπŸΎπŸ’ž

Good luck with it. Thank you for giving her every chance.

You always act in the best interest if all those in your care Kae I look forward to the seeing the transformation as she progressesοΏΌ ..she’s just so lovely 🧑🐾🐾😍

All at RWL are experienced but as you said sometimes extra help and guidance is needed . Everything you do is with the best interests of each pup even though it's still not an easy decision to make. ❀️❀️❀️

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Would you mind sharing our $5 Friday to friends and family?

Perhaps they might like to do a recurring donation – it helps us so much.

This week our vet bills have been over $9,000 and we have paid them in full.

From eye surgery and treatment for Ollie, and a full day of tests and X-rays for Spencer, and Cushings tests for Alice and Noah – as you know it all adds up.

We have a housecheck for Lily tomorrow and we think it’s going to be a winner. And we have a new special little soul coming into care – and she is divine, but again will need a lot of surgery.

We have had rehab for Murphy too – and as you know the list goes on.

So – if you can share and ask friends and family to join our $5 Friday – or work colleagues – we would love it, it takes the pressure off us.

If you want to do a direct debit to our account our details are

BSB: 033059
ACC : 422436
Name : Rescued With Love Inc.

Or you can go to our website at www.rescuedwithlove.org and click the donate button.

Again, thank you from all of us at RWL.
Love Kae x
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Would you mind sharing our $5 Friday to friends and family?

Perhaps they might like to do a recurring donation - it helps us so much.

This week our vet bills have been over $9,000 and we have paid them in full.

From eye surgery and treatment for Ollie, and a full day of tests and X-rays for Spencer, and Cushings tests for Alice and Noah - as you know it all adds up.

We have a housecheck for Lily tomorrow and we think its going to be a winner.  And we have a new special little soul coming into care - and she is divine, but again will need a lot of surgery.

We have had rehab for Murphy too - and as you know the list goes on. 

So - if you can share and ask friends and family to join our $5 Friday - or work colleagues - we would love it, it takes the pressure off us.

If you want to do a direct debit to our account our details are

BSB: 033059
ACC : 422436
Name : Rescued With Love Inc.

Or you can go to our website at www.rescuedwithlove.org and click the donate button.

Again, thank you from all of us at RWL.
Love Kae x

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Do you use paypal

Donated and shared. Thank you RWL❀️

Set up my recurring payments a couple of weeks ago. Don't miss the $5 a week at all.

I have tried to donate on several occasions but I never receive the reset password emails and I can't login any more.

Shared and donated πŸ₯°

Donated with Love ❀️

Covered a few Fridays πŸ™‚ thanks for all that you do.

Donated with love from Sugar & Hazel ❀️❀️❀️

Donated with love.

Donated and shared ❀️🐾🐾

Donation from my 3 little Angels πŸŒˆπŸ’ž Wanda Molly Chloe 🐾🐾

Sadly, I am unable to donate weekly, but I have set up a monthly automatic donation – I just wish it could be more <3

Done for the next few weeks! (Don’t remember every Friday!) xxx

All done lovely’s 🐢

Percy, Scout and Ivy have sent $5 each xx

Done and done.

Done with love ❀

Done βœ”οΈ with ❀️

🐾🐾done

Donated β£οΈπŸΎπŸ™

Will do! πŸ’•

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βœ…β€οΈ

Hope my little $5 weekly bank transfer donation helps a little bit πŸ€—πŸ€—

$20 donated from Deb and Toby xx

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2 days ago
Rescued With Love

There is no body shaming here – but RWL Foundation girl Poppy is having ‘the conversation’ with her Mum Janice.

As winter comes and we all add a little extra fur to our bodies – Poppy has topped the scales at 8 kgs. Time to back away from the food truck Poppy…..

While she acts like she hasn’t heard, there could be a lot of portion control happening as well as you know…..salad….

#saladdays
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There is no body shaming here - but RWL Foundation girl Poppy is having the conversation with her Mum Janice.

As winter comes and we all add a little extra fur to our bodies - Poppy has topped the scales at 8 kgs.  Time to back away from the food truck Poppy.....

While she acts like she hasnt heard, there could be a lot of portion control happening as well as you know.....salad....

#saladdays

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Poor Poppy. I've been having the conversation with my Bessie too, but salad is definitely not on the menu apparently lol πŸ₯°πŸ₯°

🀣 Regular walks and a low fat kibble like Royal Canin Satiety is great too. More to love Poppy.

Dogs don’t make friends with salad !!!πŸ’•πŸΆ. I was actually breathing in as I read this..maybe I might need to get to know salads a bit better!!πŸ€£πŸ’•πŸΆ

Self restraint, sweet Poppy. Hard but necessary. Easier said than done, as I know from experience! ❀️

Poppy is absolutely beautiful πŸ’–πŸ’—πŸ’žπŸ’–πŸ’—πŸ’žπŸ˜˜

Oh Poppy, some tough love ahead.🩷

No more hamburger πŸ” for awhile Poppy

As long as Poppy is healthy that’s thee main thing. πŸ’•πŸΎπŸΆπŸ©·

You can do it poppy x

Time to step away from the bowl Poppy…"go for walkies" lol

Oh no, not the "salad" word……it surely must be mum Janice's problem not yours.

Poor Poppy@

It’s just heavy fur 😝

Hi Darling, it's so good to stretch out 😍 xxoo 🐾

Opps !! Need some walk hunnie♥️

You and me both Poppy.

Dear Poppy, that is the downside of feeling safe and loved the weight gain now you can relax and enjoy life. Ah well, but SALAD no way! Nice lean protein is the only way to lose those extra kilos. Love from us.

Gorgeous girl. 😍

that sweet little face.

Could be my Sally

The struggle is real sweetie 😁

We all need a bit extra to stay warm in the cold weather- that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it🀣🀣 poppy and I will be warm🀣

Oh Poppy, I commiserate πŸ₯•πŸ₯¦πŸ₯¬

Aww Gorgeous Poppy, you are very lucky to have a human family that knows the health risks of being overweight. Sadly many don't these days πŸ₯°πŸ₯°

Haha!! It’s ok Poppy, our Pebbles isn’t listening either… she has selective hearing when it comes to snacks and weight gain (steroids & treats 😬) Fake burgers and carrot stick snacks for her πŸ˜‚πŸ₯•

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2 days ago
Rescued With Love

Ollie is finding it hard to cope with his eye sewn shut – to help his ulcer heal. He decided breakfast should be served on the stairs this morning, and half way through – fell asleep, head first into his food bowl.

It’s okay Ollie, we all have days like that buddy…..
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Ollie is finding it hard to cope with his eye sewn shut - to help his ulcer heal.  He decided breakfast should be served on the stairs this morning, and half way through - fell asleep, head first into his food bowl.

Its okay Ollie, we all have days like that buddy.....

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Thank you for being so kind & allowing poor little Ollie to eat his breakfast on the stairs. Your willingness to help Ollie when he needs it like now. πŸ’™πŸΎπŸΆπŸ©΅πŸ’πŸ™πŸΌ

Awwwww. What a supportive carer you have Ollie.

Awwww you are so Precious Ollie πŸ₯° so happy Mum was close bye to help you πŸ’— at least you got to eat first so exhausting to do one job at a time. Each day is a brand new day and getting better will come. Lot's and Lot's of love and hugs πŸ€—β€οΈπŸΎ xxoo

Oh darling Ollie Dollie ..I’m sure your day will improve. Some days are just too hard I know. You’re such a brave little man. πŸ’™πŸΆ

How loving and caring you are to accommodate Ollie's needs, as he does need some help right now. Thank you for being you and showing such kindness πŸ’–πŸ’—πŸ’–

Sweet little Ollie you are in safe hands with your mum taking good care of you. Hope you feel better soon. 🐾♥️

Oh Ollie!! Life is really tough some days, but we continue to move forward your in the best care possible ❀️ ♥️ πŸ’™

It's good Ollie doesn't need a cone! Or did you take it off? Poor Ollie! He'll feel better when the eye is unstitched.

Aww bless him. It's a hard life sometimes Ollie. You will get better. Sending healing hugs πŸ«‚

Poor boy he doesn’t realise it is to make him feel better eventually πŸ˜ͺ🀞

One of my doggies had to have his eye sewn shut too BUT it worked! The ulcer healed. I had one once on my cornea and they are very painful,

Sending love and strength to Ollie and his fabulous carers πŸ’œπŸ’œ He has always reminded me very much of our own Schnauzer girl who left us earlier this year

Great way to heal, worked wonders for our boy a few yrs back.

You are so cruel. That poor darling dog.

Oh Ollie, you will feel better soon, some days are the pits and some days are the best, hang in there beautiful boy.πŸ’—♥οΈπŸ™β€οΈ

Oh poor Ollie. Hope his day gets better little darling πŸ₯°πŸ₯°

Poor Ollie get well soon πŸ’™πŸ’™

what a little sweetheart feel better soon honey, mommy and daddy are doing the best thing for you

Hugs for Ollie Gorgeous Brave Boy..♥️

Poor poor little darling. He’s feeling the pressure of life like we all do when we’re hurting Kisses for you darling. XX

Poor bubba. 🩡🐾🩡

Aww, poor Ollie. Things will get better.

Poor little man XXX ❀❀❀

Poor Ollie, your days will get better.

Awww, sweet Ollie. Sending you healing love and hugs. ❀️

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