Pets in Need Testimonials


family pets


Any animal placed by Amy's Acres Rescues is, by contract, to be returned to us if the animal is no longer wanted or needs to be rehomed. This is the same requirement stated on our puppy contracts. Having taken an animal into our lives, we feel it our responsibility to assure them of a good life to the end.


  Babe | Charlie | Duke | Jack | Marge | Monty | Rusty | Sissy |Storm | Tasha | Zeus
  Duke | JD | Jet | Lilly | Mickey | Rudy | 7 | Walker
  Cocoa (vicuna) | Kyra (bobcat)








09/14/06: Abandoned pup a man’s best friend: Rusty was a “throw away” pup that had found his way to us. Now Rusty is Kiley’s best friend, and goes to work with him daily. (Don’t worry, Kiley’s not pulling on those giant ears.)














08/06: This is a mare we fostered for Horses’ Haven (Howell, MI) for some time, to make room for them to take in other needy equines. You can read about the horrific Davison, MI rescue of which 7 was a part. 7 came about as her name because it was the number of the stall in which she was found at the time of her rescue. She is now a permanent resident at Horses’ Haven.







2004: Tasha, a 6 month old Great Dane pup (from the same puppy mill as the rescued GDs Babe and Duke) came to us with a better beginning than most of our foster animals. Tasha's owner had to move back with her parents to make ends meet, but she was told the Great Dane could not come back home with her. Tasha's owner did the right thing by arranging a foster home (us!) rather than just giving her to some one that may not have taken care of her. Tasha was a lucky one; we worked again with a breed specific rescue that got her into one of their foster homes (a veterinarian). Not long after that, she was adopted by a wonderful family in southern Michigan where she may live many years in warmth, loved, with a full belly. (Note: The person who surrendered Tasha to foster care contacted us four years later, this time wanting to sell the dog that she no longer wanted because it had skin problems. Apparently, she did not learn her lesson and the cycle continued . . . )



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