Rescue Teamsters, The Florida Division of Chinese Shar-Pei Network, Inc., A 501c3 Not for profit
Rescue Teamsters is the Florida Division of Chinese Shar-Pei Network, Inc., which is -a 501c3 Not for Profit Rescue. Our mission is to save pet's who have been thrown away, as we say, and put in shelters Or on the streets. We provide all the medical treatment and rehab necessary to bring them back to good health. We ensure they are loved and well taken care of and will never endure what their previous life gave them. Under our rescue they will thrive, blossom and regain their confidence again, while getting all the vetcare needed to live a healthy life, both physically and mentally. At Rescue Teamsters we provide foster care, to all our rescues, in loving homes as we continue to find approved loving forever homes for each and every one.
We are their voice, their arms and their legs, to work hard for them to carry out our mission, for a life they have always deserved.
Every pet deserves to live, be loved, and be healthy .
SENIOR LAYLA NEEDS BLOODWORK AND FULL VETCARE
Breed: Shar Pei Mix
Senior Alert: 8 year old, Sweet Layla found herself being surrender with her brother at the Animal control. Her previous mom said she had to move and couldn't take them with her. Layla's brother was adopted from the shelter by a private adopter, but Layla was left behind. the shelter contacted us for help. Layla was extremely frightened, yet gentle, but so frightened she didn't want to eat.
We knew we needed to save her before this because a huge health issue. With the help of some very amazing people, including one special transporter who stepped up to foster her, we were able to move forward to get her out.
She will get full vetting including bloodwork to be sure she is a healthy 8 year old. Keep your fingers crossed..
We appreciate all our supporters, who have been with us through thick and thin. Without all of you, we would never be able to continue our mission and save these, much deserving wonderful pets.
Much love and hugs, from Team RT and CSPN and our rescue babies