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He's our longest resident at Four Legged Ranch.
He's 2 years young and absolutely adores kids!
Chance is good with other dogs, his size (50# and up)
This guy loves to run, his forever home will need a fenced yard! (Prefer 8ft)
Also Chance loves car rides, pup cups, snuggles, toys, and walks great on a leash.
Chance would make a great hiking/running companion.
On top of being house and crate trained, Chance attended dog classes.
He graduated top in his dog classes for being social.
Please give our long time resident Chance a furever home!
The Four Legged Ranch is asking for donations.
We have taken on 2 critical cases this week:
Pulling a few dogs from IACS, Indianapolis Animal Care Services and then led into the medical room. A innocent girl that was not expect to live thru the night. Her temperature was below 90 degrees. Every bones was visible and she could barely walk without falling. Her feeding schedule was critical and important to keep her warm. Her papers list her about 12. She was found on a front porch in this condition. She has visible scars from her past but has a bright future ahead
She will need more medical care and bloodwork to make sure we are the right path. We shall call her Ellie (meaning bright and noble).
Under the watchful eye of her foster mom, she is able to go to work with her in her little red wagon.
Yesterday we got a call from our vet that a young dog was hit by a car and needed rescue or would be humanely euthanized. Severe injuries to her mouth area and needed critical care. We transported her to Purdue where she getting the medical care needed. We made a deposit of $1,500.00 to get her started. We believe she will make a full recovery. Stormy is her name and she is a 6 month old blue pitbull with the sweetest demeanor.
If you would like to donate to Ellie or Stormy’s care here is the link below.
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Who we are
Four Legged Ranch was a rescue born of a dire need to give so many worthy dogs Second Chances in Indiana and surrounding states. Our founder has always been passionate about rescuing animals from tadpoles to horses, but her heart is with rescuing dogs, especially "pit bull" type dogs, the dogs that much of society looks down upon. We know different from working with them for so long, that they are worthy of love, happiness, and the second chance so many others wouldn't afford them. So in 2017, Four Legged Ranch was formed as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Together, we know we can make a difference and provide so much to those who need a second chance. We are grateful for a large supportive community, but are always looking to make it bigger. Rescue takes a village, and our adopters, fosters, and volunteers play a key role in helping the ranch succeed. Please take a moment and visit our donation page or our help us page to see how you can get involved in giving second chances!