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Newsletter for Yorkie Rescue
                                                                                                              January 2020                           
"Saving one dog will not change the world,  but surely for that one dog, the world will change forever." ~    Karen Davison


In This Issue
Happy Endings
Donor Recognition
Supermodel Athena Maria
Neeko's Joke
Many Thanks to Lifeline4Paws...
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Happy Endings

Max has been adopted!
Wishing him a wonderful furever life with his new Mom ♥


Curly with new family ♥


Special Thanks to this month's Donors 

Thank You to the Many Wonderful & Generous December

General Fund
Jessica Laus a donation on behalf of Jack Weir
Donna Palmer in Memory of Molly Chronister
Beth Aaronson
Sherry Oberlin
Deborah Thompson
Nancy Nicoulin
Mahmoud Loghman-Adham
Sheereen Chandani
MaryElizabeth Dugmore in memory of Ray DeAcetis
Cathy & Jeffrey Grimes for William Blair Trust
Mat Thrasher for Mom
Karen Roff in memory of Pee Wee
Jonn K. Reha  Happy Birthday Susan
Susan Sullivan
Ann Stochel Bruno for Harley's Dental
Kecia L. Thornton for Toni
Amanda Sneed
Susan Robbins in memory of Ray DeAcetis
Greg Herzing in memory of Aurora
David Benjamin a donation to support Bella 
being fostered by Susan Sullivan
Judy Delphond to the Liver Shunt in memory of Ray DeAcetis
Bobbie Arroyo for Bella adopted 8-1-19, Happy New Year from my Bella
Joyce Alderisioin in memory of Betty DeAcetis's husband Ray DeAcetis
Carolyn Mendelson

Yorkie Angel Donors * 

Karin & Alan Nakashima*
Kathryn Schuller*
Pieter Vermeulen*
Hannelie Vermeulen*
MaryElizabeth Dugmore*
Mary Jane Sanders* 
Carla Pucket*
Betty Jo Williams*
Ron & Amalia Spaulding*
Lindsay Hardin*
Stephi Jackson*
Ann Sousa* 
Paula Scott*
Lisa Ellison*
Julie Gedro*
 Patricia Johnson*
Jessica Damisch*
Paula Fonseca* 
Sandra Grumbein*
Carrie Unger*

* monthly donor

Become a monthly donor by visiting our web page @ 
Any donation large or small helps us help those more desperate cases that would otherwise be left in the system.
We can't do the things we do without you...

The Yorkshire Terrier National Rescue Inc. is run solely on private donations and fundraising efforts made by people like you who love this Breed. We very much appreciate your support.

We are a 501 (c) (3) organization, your donation is 100% tax deductible.

Supermodel Athena Maria Aphrodite 
The Goddess of Wisdom and Love..... 

10 Telltale Signs of Pet Tumors You Should Never Ignore
Analysis by Dr. Karen Shaw Becker

Dogs and cats can develop cancer almost anywhere in the body, which is why the symptoms vary depending on the tissues and organs involved and the severity of the disease. Make an appointment with your veterinarian if your pet displays any of the following 10 warning signs of cancer in pets:

1. Unusual swellings that don't go away or that grow - The best way to discover lumps, bumps, or swelling on your dog or cat is to pet him.

2. Sores that won't heal - Non-healing sores can be a sign of infection or cancer and should be evaluated by your veterinarian.

3. Weight loss - Illness could be the reason your pet is losing weight but isn't on a diet.

4. Loss of appetite - Reluctance or refusal to eat is another sign of possible illness.

5. Bleeding or discharge - Bleeding can occur for a number of reasons, most of which signal a problem. Unexplained vomiting and diarrhea are considered abnormal discharges, as well.

6. Offensive smell - An unpleasant odor is a common sign of tumors of the anus, mouth, or nose.

7. Difficulty eating or swallowing - This is a common sign of cancers of the mouth or neck.

8. Reluctance to exercise or low energy level - This is often one of the first signs that a pet is not feeling well.

9. Persistent lameness - There can be many causes of lameness, including nerve, muscle, or bone cancer.

10. Difficulty breathing, urinating, or defecating - These symptoms should be evaluated by your veterinarian as soon as possible.

Neeko's Joke

~ There was a  wealthy man known for being very eccentric and far out. One night, he was having a big party at his house. In his backyard, his swimming pool was filled with sharks and alligators. He announced to all the guests, "Anyone who will swim across my pool, I will give you anything that you want."
In a few minutes, there was a big splash. He looked over and this man was swimming 90 to nothing, dodging the alligator, maneuvering his way around the sharks as frantic as could be. He made it to the other side just in the nick of time and jumped out totally panicked. The wealthy man came over and said, "I can't believe it. You're the bravest person I've ever met. Now what do you want me to give you?" The man said, "What I want more than anything else is the name of the person that just pushed me in!"  ~

Wishing you All a Pawsome & Safe Winter Season ♥

Love and Smooches,      
                                  Neeko S. Spaulding ♥                                                   

Many Thanks to Lifeline4Paws   


Every time we remember to say "thank you", 
we experience nothing less than heaven on earth.  
~ Sarah Ban Breathnach



Chris Hogan, 
Executive Vice President 
of the Hogan Family Foundation Inc, 
is the Program Director of Lifeline-4-Paws.
 She is a YTNR member  and has generously supported 
our rescue efforts, contributing  tens of thousands of dollars 
to hundreds of our dogs since 2007.