Wednesday, January 2, 2013



Please Welcome BING to Dogs XL Rescue!

snuggling in his foster home
off transport into his first hug!


Bing's story is a special one. A fire in the hills of Tennessee brought fire fighters close to an isolated area in the woods. There they discovered over 65 dogs chained to trees, participants in... a suspected dog fighting ring. The had chains bigger than their bodies weighing down their tiny necks. Dogs, mostly pit bull type dogs, were spread across the hill. The conditions were deplorable. The angels at Animal Rescue Corp stepped in and removed all the animals from the chain and opened up a temporary shelter where they could do medical and behavioral assessments. Despite the horror the dogs were all happy to see their rescuers and welcomed these people to their home with love and kisses.
BING chained in the woods at the suspected Dog Fighting Ring

Bing on his chain that weighed more than he did.

Meeting his foster family!

Dogs XL is doing a very small part to help the bust operations and has brought beautiful Bing to Dogs XL. Bing is 5-6 months old and weighs about 20-25 lbs. He is dog and people friendly. He has an expressive face and when you talk to him everything from his nose, eyes, wrinkles, ears, and little butt wiggle with delight. He loves to play fetch and knows how to play "fort" in the backyard. (You climb up the slide and snuggle with your boys in the high fort, duh!)

Bing is going to enjoy foster care for awhile and will be available for adoption shortly. He is looking for an amazing home with home owners who want to turn him into a role model doggie - maybe even a therapy dog. If you are interested in Bing, please email

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