Bene-Care wants to say thank you to Joyful Rescues and each and every person that volunteers their time to this amazing cause! The time and energy that Joyful Rescues commits to helping rescue animals and put them into good homes is something that Bene-Care firmly believes in! When deciding which organizations to support, Joyful Rescues rose to the top of list not only because of the cause, but we have staff that has ties either through adopting a Joyful Rescue animal or through volunteering. Each and every one of these animals deserves a loving home, and we are happy to be able to contribute to that. Bene-Care supports you!Carly was born about January 5, 2017 and may end up weighing in the 50 lb. range when full grown. However, please understand we are truly guessing on size and breed. However, these babes do have what sure appears to be Basset legs! We have pictured Mom who was our Coralie that has been adopted and doing very well in life. She weighed 30 lbs. and appeared to be a Border Collie/Spitz kind of girl and the Spitz part of it may account for the long hair on the one pup. Anyway, they are adorable, very social, fun, funny and would like a home of their own. The staff at the southern kill shelter doesn't ask any questions when a pet is being surrendered because it is most often financial and an embarrassment to the humans. FOSTER UPDATE: What a sweet girl, Carly is! She loves to play but is more reserved than her brother. Definitely looking like basset with her beautiful ears and long body!
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