Redneck's Best Friend

By Lexx Fusco @SimplyEvryThing

 

            A redneck has many loves: sunshine, home, guns, boots, freedom, whiskey, music but most importantly FAMILY. A dog is a redneck’s best friend.

 

Finding a Dog:

            Adoption is always an option! When looking for a dog, be sure to consider adopting one before going to a breeder or a pet store to purchase. Shelter dogs are in need of a good home, love and support and they’ll appreciate it the most. Plus, you will be doing a huge community service.

  1. Do some research before hand. Go on www.petfinder.com or www.justice-rescue.com if you’re in the Philadelphia area to find suitable shelter pets for your home.
  2. Contact the shelters whether it’s local, ASPCA, or online.
  3. Make sure you can commit to a furry friend!

 

Redneck Names For Your Country Companion

Male Names:

Banjo

Jack

Cletus

Dodge

Nugget

Rebel

Tackle

Trigger

Ammo

Bug

Booger

Brew

Buckshot

Butch

Buzz

Camper

Chewy

Smokey

Gittem

Goob

Graw

Biscuit

Hyde

Hooch

Grits

Grizzly

Flea

Roscoe

Leroy

Moonshine

Colt

Remmy

Tater

Toot

Chase

Coop

Blue

Tank

Scout

Beau

Boomer

Duke

Elvis

Buster

Cash

Walker

Hunter

Tucker

Shredder

Slobber

Chesney

Church

Stinker

Ranger

 

Female Names:

Sue Anne

Dolly

Dot

Peggy

Boot

Shania

Gretch

Pancake

Sunshine

Sweetie

Honey

Patty

Rhonda

Lil Miss

Annie

Daisy

Doodle

Belle

Earlene

Emmy

Maggie

Sasparilla

Barbie

Angel

Candy

Star

Sugar

Misty

Faylene

Ginger

Darby

Patches

Princess

Clover

Cherry

Dakota

Brandy

Bay

Beauty

Beanie

Queeny

Raven

Ellie

Duchess

Lady

Baby

Blondie

Gypsy

Saffron

Puff

Delilah

Jill

 

Check out these links:

http://www.justice-rescue.com/justice/FosterAdopt.aspx

https://www.petfinder.com

https://www.petfinder.com/animal-shelters-and-rescues/

https://www.petfinder.com/pet-adoption/dog-adoption/choose-shelter-dog-adoption/

 

Take a photo in your RC with your pup or pet and tag us. You might be featured on our site!


For the photos:

I think you should post the photos and then in the parenthetical paste the link to their adoption page on Justice Rescue. Here’s an example:

(Adopt Isabel from www.justice-rescue.com)

 

Isabel: http://www.petango.com/webservices/adoptablesearch/wsAdoptableAnimalDetails.aspx?id=22252403&css=http://sms.petpoint.com/WebServices/adoptablesearch/css/styles.css

 

Bobo:

http://www.petango.com/webservices/adoptablesearch/wsAdoptableAnimalDetails.aspx?id=22252397&css=http://sms.petpoint.com/WebServices/adoptablesearch/css/styles.css

 

Pixie:

http://www.petango.com/webservices/adoptablesearch/wsAdoptableAnimalDetails.aspx?id=24304004&css=http://sms.petpoint.com/WebServices/adoptablesearch/css/styles.css

 

Drew:

http://www.petango.com/webservices/adoptablesearch/wsAdoptableAnimalDetails.aspx?id=24389162&css=http://sms.petpoint.com/WebServices/adoptablesearch/css/styles.css

 

 

Justice Rescue "Heroic UnderDOGS"

 By Lexx Fusco @SimplyEvryThing

 

 

“It’s not about the toes we step on. It’s about the paws we protect.” Wow. This quote comes directly from the Justice Rescue homepage on their website www.justice-rescue.com. Justice Rescue is a non profit organization that saves animals from being abused as well as spreads awareness about animal violence and how to make sure every pet has a home. These fine citizens or “dog warriors” speak out for those who cannot speak for themselves—animals.

The dog warriors are Wolf, Crash, House and Kidd. These men are dedicated to their cause. To anyone, they seem like menaces: burly, tattooed, ornery, draped in leather and riding their motorcycles on Sundays—however, appearances are not what they seem. Yes, these gentlemen are not to be trifled with, but they have hearts as powerful as their engines. In their spare time a few years ago, these men would scour “bad areas” searching through abandoned houses—more often than not containing wasps nests, rats, snakes, poison ivy and questionable characters—for animals in need of rescue.

"When you feel there's nothing left in the world, with nothing left to be here for, having a dog can save your life," says Wolf, who speaks for Justice Rescue. "Dogs are really why we're still here." (Nark 2012)

Redneck Couture, all dog owners and lovers, contribute to this amazing cause and organization. Institutions such as these could not exist without the saints (like Crash and Wolf) but also without the funding and support from the communities they are trying to help. We are a proud sponsor of Justice Rescue. Justice Rescue saves these animals from cruel, neglectful homes and provides them with a foster system and care that these creatures desperately need. Please check out their website to donate, volunteer, learn more or adopt!

 

Follow Justice Rescue (@Justice_Rescue) on Twitter for updates:

https://twitter.com/justice_rescue

 

Sources:

www.justice-rescue.com

http://articles.philly.com/2012-08-14/news/33183360_1_pit-bull-wolf-justice-rescue