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Pet Adoption Guide – kindle ebook – FREE from Dec 1-2, 2018

D.E.L.T.A. Rescue published this ebook by Leo Grillo on Amazon Kindle. This is a step-by-step handbook to help you find a loving home for a pet that has been lost or abandoned. Finding a pet a loving home is not

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We Are The Largest Dog And Cat Sanctuary In The World

Many are not aware that D.E.L.T.A. Rescue has set new precedents and new standards for the care of animals in a shelter or sanctuary. Out of D.E.L.T.A. Rescue came the Kidney Dialysis program at UC Davis, over 20 years ago,

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Brindle is one of the sweetest dogs at our sanctuary

I cringe with guilt when I hear her name, as if we were lazy and we didn’t get to know this gentle spirit before we named her. With a flurry of desperate, deep desert rescues, Brindle was in a group

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Henrietta is a young 50-something in human years.

Henrietta

Henrietta was abandoned in the deep desert as a young dog. She survived her youth there. The deep desert is many thousands of square miles of death. Besides struggling with up to 120 degree heat, and starvation, many of these

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Meet Al – a shy dog who was dumped in the deep desert

Meet Al

Al is a small dog, and he’s about 7-years-old now. He is a sweet, shy dog and I still cannot imagine who would toss him out into the deep desert, and leave him to die . . . . .

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A Second Chance To Be Loved

Pitbull rescue with happy ending

This little guy was willing to come back and endure pain and suffering . . . just to be with us again. The older we get the more we want to know “what is really going on?” . . .

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Medical Miracle or Modern Science…

Meet DUKE – he was abandoned in the wilderness. In December 2015 DUKE began showing signs of post distemper myelopathy. He can’t walk — most dogs will not recover. But where there is hope there is a way. DUKE started

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These angels have an amazing ability to blossom when they get proper food, medical care. . . and love.

Hercules lives a safe and healthy life at Delta Rescue

“I want you to know how truly grateful I am that with your help, I am able to make the difference in the lives of these remarkable animals. They all would have died, unknown to the world, if it weren’t

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e-Vet ALERT: Valentine dangers to your pet – roses, lilies, raisins, chocolate and more

Topic: Valentine Dangers to Your Pet by D.E.L.T.A. Rescue Veterinarian, Dr. Gaylord Brown With Valentine’s Day just around the corner be aware of some treats and gifts that can be toxic or dangerous to your pets. Lilies are often included

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DELTA Rescue receives “Top Ranked Charity” and “Seal of Excellence” accolades

El Blanco Award Delta Rescue

The Seal of Excellence is awarded to the members of Independent Charities of America and Local Independent Charities of America that have, upon rigorous independent review, including scrutiny by the United States Government, been able to certify, document, and demonstrate

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