Jeffrey Kandel, representing Big Fluffy Dog Rescue says "He is our first rescue. We found ourselves dog less for the first time in many many years and it was agony. After finding and following Big Fluffy on line we saw a picture of Gizmo (originally he was called Jari).
One look at that face, and reading his "biography" ( loves adults, kids, dogs, cats you name it) we knew he was the one! It hasn't always been smooth sailing , Giz loved to chew and chew and chew, fabric, eyeglasses, furniture, his dog bed, you name it.
Up next, Kuranda. These beds are INDESTRUCTIBLE! When Giz isn't playing, he is relaxing on his bed.
We love Gizmo, we love Kuranda, we love Big Fluffy. Would love to have Big Fluffy get some Kuranda beds for their facility. The are an amazing group of people. We send everyone we know to visit their site. Our son and daughter in law just adopted a Big Fluffy too!"
Estelle Percoski at Big Fluffy Dog Rescue says "Big Fluffy Dog Rescue is a 501(C)(3) organization dedicated to saving giant breed mixed breed dogs in need. We value dogs of all breeds, but we specialize in what the name says: big, fluffy dogs. We have volunteers in several in the south, the mid-Atlantic and New England as well as parts of the Midwest who work to help homeless big fluffy dogs find a home to call their own. Big Fluffy Dog Rescue works to save Great Pyrenees, Saint Bernards, Newfoundlands and other giant breeds and their mixes from euthanasia. We also have a ‘no dog left behind’ can-do policy.
Our dogs come in to rescue for many different reasons. Many were abandoned at high kill shelters in the South. Some were turned in by owners who could not properly care for them and still others are failed livestock guardian dogs. Regardless of their origins, our goal for every dog we have is the same: a safe, happy home where each dog is a well-loved member of the family. Big Fluffy Dog Rescue has its headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee. We also have an active second headquarters in East Windsor, Connecticut and our rescue efforts and volunteer network span fifteen states and beyond."
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