Monday, May 21, 2012

Camila and 2 of her foster moms.. :)

Friday, May 18, 2012

BBQ Fundraiser for BAPS Tomorrow at the Country Co-Op from 10am-2pm. BBQ by donation! :)

Wednesday, May 16, 2012


Sad news.. Sunshine has cancer and she doesn't have much time left in her little life. Good news.. She is ADOPTED! The only thing is that she can't go home until July. (For the moment, she is on a lot of meds). Sunshine is in need of a foster home until she can go to her new home. The best thing about fostering her is that you get to do a good thing and you don't have to worry about wanting to keep her! :) For more information, please call BAPS at 403-362-4323.

Friday, May 4, 2012

Some of our most dedicated and loyal volunteers got a special treat today.. To snuggle the cockapoo puppies before anyone else! :)

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

March 25, 2012

On April 25, 2012 BAPS rescued 5 dogs and a cat from a bad situation. Here are their photos and stories.

Rainbows, a Cocker Spaniel, was living with her two puppies (below!) in a very small room completely filled with clutter and garbage. They were living in their own feces and urine which completely covered the room. Rainbows suffers from an extreme ear infection, matting, fecal and uring staining and moderate gingivitis.

Lolly (Left, female) and Pops (right), Cocker Spaniel / Poodle Crosses  are happy, sweet puppies who were living in the same conditions as their mother. It took us nearly 30 minutes to find them hidden in the room. 

. Lucky Penny, a poodle, was living outside in a dog run with another dog. There were few places they could escape from the feces covering the pen. LP was rated a 3.5/9 body score. He suffered from extreme matting, severe gingivitis and oral pain.

Sunshine was living outdoors in an extremely small dog run, she too had no escape from the fecal matter in her pen. Sunshine suffered from severe matting which led to ulcerating sores on her body and severe dental disease. 

Lesley was locked upstairs in a closet, with no light, windows, human interaction or escape from his fecal matter. He is attention starved and full of love. 

These animals require ~$2000 worth of medical care. To donate towards their care, please follow the following link: . You can also make a donation in person or mail. 

And YES! They are up for adoption!