Hearts United for Animals is a Smithsonian Award winning, state-of-the-art no-kill shelter and sanctuary dedicated to relieving the suffering of domestic animals. HUA has rescued over 12,000 dogs from puppy mills, provided low cost spay/neuter services for over 14,000 patients, and offers temporary housing for animals of families fleeing domestic violence. We have placed thousands of cats and dogs in wonderful new homes across the country through our JetSet Dogs program. The Proud Pets Program provides free veterinary care for the beloved pets of previously homeless veterans. With your support, we continue with these very important missions of mercy that save precious lives and heal broken hearts.
Bree and her sisters Birdie and Billie were running the streets in a small town in Texas. They had not been socialized and had no idea how to act around humans so their natural instinct was fear. They were even afraid of toys which was so sad to see. Now at HUA these beautiful baby girls are getting the love and attention they so desperately needed and they are learning how to be happy and less anxious pups. The girls are OK with the leash but they are still learning that it means a fun adventure. Bree and her sisters just need some patience and understanding in order to become the confident and happy dogs they deserve to be.
Visit Bree at www.hua.org!
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