****The new arrivals at Heath's Haven Rescue are provided with all necessary medical treatment, specialist visits, rehabilitation, vaccines, spay/neuter, deworm, flea & tick preventative, microchips, and wheelchairs (if needed) prior to adoption. We accept adoption applications at all times for the animals at our rescue, even if they are not listed on our website in the "adopt" section. Once the animal is cleared by their doctor for adoption, they can go to their forever homes! If you are interested in adopting one of these animals, please fill out an application by clicking on "APPLICATIONS."


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Welcome to Heath’s Haven, Hercules!!

Hercules is a 2 year old French Bulldog with Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD). He had spinal surgery a year ago, but did not regain the use of his hind legs and he is incontinent. He does have some reflexive responses in his back legs, but he has no deep pain response. This means his brain is unable to get signals down to his legs and tell them what to do.


We are going to explore acupuncture and physical therapy for Hercules, We have a feeling he is going to do great in a wheelchair, as he is very independent, motivated, and rambunctious!


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Welcome to Heath’s Haven, Cashay!

Cashay is a seven-year-old Chihuahua that was diagnosed with Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD). Her injury causing her hind end paralysis, was very recent so we took her to the WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital within 24 hours of her arrival at the rescue! She was admitted and she is scheduled to have an MRI and possibly spinal surgery. We are currently raising funds to help cover the cost of her MRI and surgery so please consider making a donation, TODAY, to help Cashay walk again!



Heath's Haven Rescue is currently FULL!

We will not be able to take in any more animals until space becomes available. 

If you are interested in adopting a special needs dog, please visit the "ADOPT" page to see our available dogs!