On Valentine’s day Loveleorescue launched a campaign to cloth our supporters. By purchasing a T-Shirt, Sweat Shirt or Hoodie LLR received part of the cost the item. We had a great response. There are now over 150 folks walking around supporting our and your mission. We will do this again in the fall of 2019. Thanks
We did not know if the husky and the cat would get along! What would the first reaction be, would we get a late night phone call telling us to pick up the Husky ?
Seems to be working out just fine.
You guys know how much I love animals (and especially my rescue pup, Maverick!), so today I wanted to
chat with Sasha Abelson, President of Love Leo – an amazing dog rescue based in Los Angeles. I’ve
talked about how great Love Leo Rescue is before, but there are a few aspects of animal adoption (and
dogs, specifically) that people might not know or understand. Here are Sasha’s top three things to know
when it comes to dog adoption…
1-) Some rescues focus on dogs that need “extra help.” Perhaps that means the dog(s) have
serious injuries and need costly medical care, or perhaps they are shy and/or fearful and need a
patient home and time to learn and trust their new owners. If you’re open to adopting a dog that
needs extra help, make sure to do your research and find a rescue that specializes in that.
2-) Many rescues spends hundreds, even thousands of dollars on ONE single dog. Helping each
dog with medical or behavioral issues and getting them ready for a forever home is sometimes an
expensive task. The adoption fee rarely covers the amount of money that rescues spend on that
single animal. That said, if you’re thinking about adopting a dog (or even if you’re not!) consider
doing a monthly donation to one of these rescues. Even a small amount like $5 or $10 a month
can make a BIG impact.
3-) Some people think that rescue groups are “too picky.” In reality, most rescues just want to
pair up the right dog with the right home to make sure it’s a “forever” home. If a dog is too much
of a couch potato for an active family (or visa versa), it’s not going to be a good match and rescue groups would rather say no and wait for the right situation. This protects the animal as well as the
Love Leo Rescue is proud to have received The Walmarts Community Playmarkers award. Every quarter, Walmart selects a someone who they think are making a positive impact on the community. This award was given to us in recognition of our work in the animal rescue community. Our President, Sasha Abelson and 4 of her rescue buddies were treated to a night at the forum for dinner, drinks and great seats for the U2 concert. We are grateful for this honor and – for a fun night out.