Puppy Love

Photos by Kayla Renie/The Herald

Bryan Holzheimer, co-founder of Great Babies Rescue Inc., pets Zena, a Great Dane with impaired vision, during an adoption event at Petsense in Jasper on Saturday. Great Babies Rescue is a nonprofit organization in Paoli dedicated to helping rescue, rehabilitate and provide forever homes to abused and abandoned dogs. “Many people see them as different or damaged and not unique,” co-founder Terry Havens-Holzheimer said. “Last chance and special needs dogs are my passion.”

Terry Havens-Holzheimer, co-founder of Great Babies Rescue Inc., holds Zureil, a 7-week-old German Shepard puppy, during an adoption event at Petsense in Jasper on Saturday. Due to poor breeding, Zureil's back legs are paralyzed. He was going to be euthanized but was instead rescued and is looking for a forever home.

 

Bryan Holzheimer, co-founder of Great Babies Rescue Inc., pets Zena, a Great Dane with impaired vision, during an adoption event at Petsense in Jasper on Saturday.

 

Petsense employee Kayla Thimling of Jasper pets Zureil, a 7-week-old German Shepard puppy, during an adoption event sponsored by Great Babies Rescue Inc. at Petsense in Jasper on Saturday. Due to poor breeding, Zureil's back legs are paralyzed. He was going to be euthanized but was instead rescued and is looking for a forever home.



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