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Tag: Parvo

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Sochi & Adler: Homeward Bound

Sochi & Adler: Homeward Bound

It has been a long journey in both distance and time for Sochi and Adler, our two adorable stray pups rescued by staff from the United States Winter Olympics Team off the streets of their Russian hometown. Thankfully, it will be a journey with a happy ending, as both dogs will now be adopted to loving homes having completed their compulsory 30 day quarantine period without incident.


Thursday, March 13, 2014

A Healthy Future For Sochi & Adler

A Healthy Future For Sochi & Adler

Wonderful news – our very poorly Russian rescue pup Sochi has beaten parvo and defeated distemper! He was released from hospital into the care of his foster Olivia yesterday, to continue his recovery. Check out some adorable photos of the tiny German Shepherd pup who has battled back against the odds.


Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Health Update: Sochi & Adler

Health Update: Sochi & Adler

Many of you have been following the story of Sochi and Adler over the past few days and will be aware of the two pups rescued from Russia this weekend. We wanted to give everyone an update on the health of the dogs, address some confusion about the transport process and answer some of the common questions that we have received from those of you who have been touched by their story.


Monday, February 24, 2014

An Olympic Rescue

An Olympic Rescue

JDHF co-founders Katherine Heigl and Nancy Heigl visited Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday afternoon to complete a very special rescue! They were there to greet two dogs that had travelled all the way from Sochi, Russia, with E! News Olympics correspondent Ali Fedotowsky, and to help find loving homes for them.


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