About the site
This site was created by us, volunteers of the Red Pine dog shelter, with great love and care. You can find here some interesting tips that can help you to understand your dog in a better way. And we really hope you would like to browse our picture and video galleries.
If you have any questions, please use contacts at the bottom of the page.This site has helped many dogs to find their new homes out of the country. There are people who weren't afraid to take a dog from a Russian shelter. When the dogs arrived to a new country, they were very happy to get new owners. They quickly learnt their new names and started to understand their family and other people around. The dogs get used to new environment very quickly because they love the people by their sides and do their best to understand them and do as they wish.
Here are some stories of the Red Pine dogs who found their new homes out of Russia:
Darja lives in Germany together with two other adopted dogs
Trisha and Loki found their home in Panama
The Arni Foundation in Deytona Beach, Florida, and the British Foundation LAPA helped us to find homes to four of our shelter dogs
Two grown-up puppies, Jimmy and Fresh, and two adult dogs, Michelle and Trinity, found their forever homes thanks to the Arni Foundation which is situated in Deytona Beach, Florida, the USA (http://www.arnifoundation.org) and the British Foundation LAPA (http://www.lapauk.org/en/). These dogs were brought to the USA by plane and were placed to the Arni Foundation shelter.
Very quickly Jimmy and Fresh found their forever homes. Both of them were adopted by the families with big cottages and large gardens where they now run and play.
And it took more time to find а home for Trinity because she had a great problem with her front leg: it was all messed up and looked quite strange. But this didn't stop one nice lady who decided adopt Trinity. This dog was very grateful to her new owner, she loved her very much and followed her everywhere.
And the fourth dog, Michelle, was the last one to be adopted just because this doggie lacked teeth but at the same time she was all active and strong. The Arni Foundation had to write an article about this dog and that also helped to find this poor creature a new home. Now all of the dogs are happy because they have their own loving families!
We have more stories to tell you about. You can find them in "At Home" part of our site. If you have any questions about some certain dogs or you 've decided to adopt a dog from our shelter, please contact us through the e-mail.