Meet Rocky. He and his litter mates and momma are being rescued by Soldiers and we just can't leave this adorable pup behind." He will be a very small dog as his momma is very petite. Fluffy but small. And wow looks at those eyes!
Meet Zeus. He and his litter mates and momma are being rescued by Soldiers and we just can't leave this adorable pup behind. He will be a very small dog as his momma is very petite. Fluffy but small. And wow looks at that cute belly!
"I was present when Khaleesi had her litter. She had her litter near our Living Quarters and I watched her everyday take care of her puppies. She is really sweet and would always follow me around as I did my daily routine. We grew attached and I didn't want to see her and puppies left to fend for themselves in this unforgiving and at times inhospitable area for stray animals."
"I spent time with Brodie’s mom all the time when she was pregnant with her litter. Every morning I would be the first up and she would walk with my on my way into work. Once the puppies were born I was instantly taken to Brodie and wanted to give him an opportunity in a better place."
"Sola was born shortly after I arrived to Afghanistan, and she spent her Urst few weeks nestled between
two buildings on base. We built a small enclosure for them to stay safe, but they soon outgrew this. We
moved her and her seven brothers and sisters to a more permanent location and build a small shelter for them so they could stay warm for the coming winter. There's a schedule set up to feed Sola and her
siblings so that they are able to grow strong and healthy. She loves to play catch and tug both with
everyone who comes by and with the other pups in the litter."
Doc's Paw Patrol~ Brodie, Sola, Lobo, Arielle, Layla, Mina, Jabba and Groot along with momma Khaleesi
"Hung out with the pup every day. He was the bright spot in our long days in a war torn country. He was
immediately calming. He would just sit in my lap and lounge while all the others were running like crazy.
He was my still. And it’s impossible not to fall in love with those eyes."
"Jabba and Groot are part of our litter that helped our base smile through Covid lockdowns and other hard times. Jabba's markings reminded me of my Rottweiler at home and honestly has a similar personality. She is the diva of the litter, constantly wanting to be held especially when you were holding someone else. Groot is easily the most laid back of the group. When we moved everyone out from under a building and into their own enclosure, he stayed sleeping under the building. I had to climb under to pull him out. He loves to play with his toys but is just as happy to chill at your feet while everyone else is hyper and running around. It's been a pretty big team effort to keep these guys healthy and safe. Originally, I was just trying to help everyone find homes and these two were spoken for. Unfortunately circumstances changed and these two were in need of a home again. I have quite the unique pack at home, including another rescue from Afghanistan. I can't wait for these two to grow up together and be a part of our pack."
Doc's Paw Patrol~ Brody, Sola, Lobo, Arielle, Layla, Mina, Jabba and Groot along with momma Khaleesi
"Skye is such a gentle and loving dog. So many of the dogs here are afraid of humans, due to mistreatment or just being feral. Skye has nothing but love and trust to give and she gives me so much more. She deserves lots of love, a warm bed and shelter from the cold and heat."
"There are many dogs roaming around this area and my wife and daughter have been wanting to get a shelter animal in the states. I suggested this little girl and they are very excited to rescue a dog from Afghanistan. She is part of the Doc's Paw Patrol and this litter has brought so many smiles to our team."
"He and his siblings were born under a temporary building on a ramp on HKIA airport. They grew up in a high traffic area, with soldiers, contractors and Afghan army and Air Force. And right next to a medical dump. We fed them and played with all the puppies a few times throughout the day. But the his siblings started disappearing. Out of an abundance of caution, we moved the remaining 4 closer to our work area and built them a pen to safely play like puppies without the worry of negative interactions with certain people, getting run over by the constant traffic or ingesting discards from the clinic.
Originally, we named them by personality: Hoppy, Shy Guy, Runt and Happy. Now, that Happy is safe and
sound at the Rescue in Kabul, and we have a plan to get him home, we named him Benny. Benny is the
happiest puppy you’ll ever meet! He is everyone’s friend. He’s just a big happy chunk of a puppy and I
cannot wait to get him home where he can spend the days relaxing in a comfortable home and making
friends wherever he goes. He is going to be so spoiled!"
"While on patrol I come across all kinds of dogs and sometimes puppies but this little bunch of puppies were different. I noticed that Dior was the runt of the litter and I felt like she could die out there due to her size so that is why I wanted to bring her home if possible."
"I was driving off base and saw Ali sitting by a dumpster all alone and knew she wouldn’t make it alone with all the other wild dogs. As soon as I pet her she followed me around all day, I fed her and gave her water and we’ve been together since."
"As I grew closer to the end of my time in Afghanistan, I found I'd become bitter and dissatisfied - I wasn't sure I'd had any positive impact here. When I stumbled into caring for Arielle and the rest of her litter, I saw an opportunity to do something, no matter how small, to make someone's life better. I don't want to leave her behind."
"Siyal was born shortly after I arrived to Afghanistan, and he spent his Srst few weeks nestled between two buildings on base along with his siblings (including Sola!). We built a small enclosure for them to stay safe, but they soon outgrew this. We moved her and his seven brothers and sisters to a more permanent location and build a small shelter for them so they could stay warm for the coming winter.
There was a schedule set up to feed Siyal and his siblings so that they were able to grow strong and healthy enough for the journey to your facility. He loves belly scratches and although he is getting bigger by the day, still things that he is a small pup that can be held instantly taken to Brodie and wanted to give him an opportunity in a better place."
"I got to Jordan and was missing my four children terribly. I have spent so much time away from them
and have started to get used to this but missing my 18 month old baby was the hardest. That is when I
found Gizmo. At first he was a kitten with his mom close by and I just fed them both and gave them pets
and made sure they always had water. However one day I noticed this sweet baby's mama was no longer
there. For several days this went on as it began to get colder I was able to cuddle him and he would
come up to me, I realized he needed me just as much as I needed him. Gizmo means so much to me I
have been caring for him for almost two months now and I cant leave him behind, he has provided so
much emotional support and comfort to a mama that needed a baby, because he was a baby that
needed a mama."
"My team rescued him from being trapped underneath our base walls as a very young puppy. His mother tried to get him out but was unsuccessful. After a couple of days of watching her try, my teammates dug him out and attempted to give him back to her. She was long gone by the time they were able to get him out. Together we nursed him back to health and he has since proven to be friendly (if not timid) towards new people and overall a sweet dog. His name is Bo."
"I wish to adopt this puppy because she reminds me of who I was when I was little abandoned alone and
afraid until my grandparents came and got me when I was 10 now I do believe in a fighting chance and I
want to be her guiding light out of the darkness plus I want to have children in the future so what better
way to start than to have a puppy."
"I was originally only supposed to be fostering the dog for a month and then COVID hit here and I have
since had him for over 6 months. As a rescue he has definitely grown attached to me and me to him. I
also think that it would do him more harm to be separated from me at this point. I have always wanted to be able to give him a good home, originally that started with fostering him until he got adopted and at this point he would do better coming home with me."
Momma Khaleesi and her 8 puppies have all gotten to safety and they are an adorable crew with soldiers to adopt them all. AMAZING!!!
These puppies were all rescued in 2019 by some of our finest serving on foreign soil. All the puppies are now stateside and living the life a dog deserves.
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