Sit A Spell

Two brothers, Ranger and Graham happy after being rescued and before being adopted.

Lindsay Campbell is more than excited to compete in the July Dog of the Month Contest and to be supporting Scott County Humane Society.

SCHS is a small foster only, 501(c)3 group, in rural southwest Virginia. They pull dogs from our county kill shelter when foster space allows and network the dogs we aren't able to foster. All SCHS dogs are fully vetted and either adopted out or placed with other rescue groups.

Lindsay Campbell says "I am an active member of and foster for the SCHS and the puppies were saved because I was able to foster them. The two in the photo are Ranger and Graham. Ranger (left) was adopted by a wonderful family with four kids and Graham was a foster failure. He had nests of fleas all over his body, hair loss, and an upset tummy when he arrived and through the special time I spent caring for him I fell in love, as did he! He is a wonderful boy and is the head of the welcoming committee for all of the new dogs that enter our little rescue here. He will never have to worry about being dumped, freezing, or being itchy again.

My contest has ended, but you can vote for the current month's participants.

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