Welcome to the Shelter News! Here you can find out about new arrivals, happenings around the shelter, and more.
Posted January 8, 2019
Looking for a fun pup to spend your days with? Consider eight-month-old Jake! Kid-friendly, dog-friendly, and always ready to run and have fun, Jake is more than ready to find a loving home of his own. If you are looking for an active dog who is ready to go on adventures and learn new things, consider Jake! This handsome puppy is ready to make his way out of the shelter and experience life with a family.
Posted January 8, 2019
Good news for Cedric!
After spending some time in a foster home, where Cedric received lots of TLC and was able to gain weight and get better, he was adopted by a family who had previously adopted a dog from us. How perfect is that?
Cedric is now enjoying the good life with his family. He even has a four-legged "sister" to play with!
Happy tails, Cedric!
Posted November 10, 2018
Meet Cedric, the newest arrival at Loving Heart. We rescued him on November 9 from Indianapolis Animal Care Services(IACS).
IACS discovered that Cedric and five other dogs had been living in an abandoned house for weeks. Many of the dogs were trapped in crates, and all were malnourished and starving. After IACS rescued them, five of the dogs were able to go to the adoption floor at IACS, but Cedric needed the attention and help only a smaller shelter or rescue could provide. That's where we came in.
Cedric is still a puppy, only about 10 months old. He weighs around 28 pounds and has lots of muscle wasting. He is very weak on all four legs and might have some neurological issues causing him to wobble; however, that doesn't stop him from being the sweetest, happiest little guy a person could ask for.
It will be a long road to recovery for Cedric, but we will be there for him every step of the way. Stay tuned on our Facebook page for updates of his progress!
If you would like to contribute toward Cedric's care, stop by the shelter or donate online at www.lovingheartanimalshelter.org/donate.
Posted November 5, 2018
Our long-term resident, Reggie, has oral plasmacytoma (a type of cancer but not very aggressive). Surgery has been done to remove a cancerous tumor in Reggie's mouth as well as a couple teeth. Reggie's cancer is slow-moving, so he probably still has very many good years ahead of him.
If you would like to donate toward Reggie's ongoing care, you can drop a donation off at the shelter or make an online donation at www.lovingheartanimalshelter.org/donate. All help is greatly appreciated.