Kim Kuenlen, Founder and President, writes that in 2006 her dream came true when she bought a home with six and a half acres between Auburn and Grass Valley, just off Highway 49. Kim dubbed her new home for Aussie Rescue “the Sanctuary.” Kim and supporters raised money to build indoor kennels and fence two play areas, including an agility ring. The public is invited to visit.
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“A couple told workers at the Teller County Regional Animal Shelter that when they saw the dog get tossed out of the car, they blocked traffic, approached the dog lying in the middle of the highway and picked her up. They took her to the Teller County shelter.
Shelter workers have named the dog Mystery. She’s about 13 pounds, white with unusual black facial markings, a short tail and long thin face, possibly a Terrier mix.
Workers said when Mystery arrived, she could not stand or walk. After an exam and several X-rays, a vet determined that Mystery had several fractures in her pelvis and a severe older break in her left rear leg.
Vets say Mystery is good-natured and is welcoming the attention at the clinic.”
“Jag has the most gorgeous and soulful eyes…his infectious smile will win you over immediately. Jag, a sight hound mix, shows his greyhound heritage with his real sweetheart personality. At 18 m/o, he enjoys a lot of activity and playing with other dogs. He looks to people he knows well for attention & direction..”
No cats in the adoptive home.
Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • Primary colors: White or Cream, Red, Chestnut or Orange • Coat length: Short