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Ramen and Goose
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Goose and Ramen!!

Ramen is the yellow girl. She came to us a year ago pregnant with a litter of puppies.  Her puppies were all adopted and she has been consistently overlooked since then even though is the sweetest, bestest girl!

Goose is the brown girl. She came to us 8 months ago, terrified of everything! She has since come out of her shell and is an absolute lover!  She is still scared of a bunch of stuff, but with Ramen by her side, she finds the bravery to face the things that scare her.  

They have come to depend on one another so much! Goose especially depends on Ramen to show her that life really isn't that scary.  

THEY HAVE BEEN IN RESCUE FOR A COMBINED TOTAL OF 20 MONTHS!!!! THEY ARE SO READY FOR THEIR FOREVER HOMES!! COME AND MEET THEM, YOU WON'T REGRET IT!!!

We would love for them to go to the same home since they are so bonded, so if you are looking for a pair of girls to fill your home with love and happiness, STOP, you've found them!!!

If you are interested in meeting them, please fill out an application on the Adoptable Animals page!

El Paso County Canine Rescue

P.O. Box 63301

Colorado Springs, CO 80920

email: elpasocountycanine@gmail.com

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COVID-19 is impacting all of our lives, so we wanted to take a moment to talk about how we are responding to the outbreak and address any concerns you may have about our rescue dogs and our events.

  • We will be suspending events until further notice due to the restriction on group gatherings of larger than 10 people.  

  • We will continue to do adoptions and pull dogs from high-kill shelters! However, we will do those adoptions individually by appointment only.

  • Please email us if you would like more information on our adoption process during the outbreak.

We are following the recommendations of the World Health Organization, CDC, and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) when interacting with people and pets.  The AVMA's recommendations can be found HERE