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Labrador Retriever mix

Baby Male

Born May 28, 2022

My Rescue Story

Stevie came to our rescue as a Owner Release. He was part of an accidental litter of 11 puppies. With mom, dad, puppies and the human family this now caused issues in this home. It became apparent due to the size of the home and the large amount of dogs in this rental unit that it was a tight squeeze. Almost immediately after the puppies were born the landlord came knocking. It ultimately came to a point that the landlord gave notice to the human family that if the dogs were not removed from the home that they would have to start the eviction process. The family had one choice to either give up this family of dogs or to loose their roof over their head. To make matters worse the husband was in the military himself and the home was being paid for by his military housing allotment.

The family decided to reach out to our rescue to help them. As our board are made up of volunteers who work at jobs of their own, we needed to wait until they got off of work to accept the family. By the time board got to the home the family already have given away 2 of the puppies.

As 3 of the board members spoke to the family and signed off on ownership of the dog family, they had recommended that the human family learn about accidental litters, spay and neutering and back yard breeding.

As we arrived back at the rescue we evaluated all dogs and learned Caroline, the mom, was emaciated to the point that she was no longer producing milk for her young pups. We recalculated the pups were only 5 and a 1/2 weeks old, not 8 weeks old that was explained to us. We also saw Korvo, the dad, was on the thin side as well, even though a great pleasure to be around.

Our rescue started mom and Dad on food that would help gain weight and bring back health. We had to be very careful with mom as we needed to put weight on but not change the balance of producing good milk for the pups.

Stevie will be ready for adoption after he is completely weened from mom properly, up to date on shots, and fixed, but you can put in an application now for Stevie.   

The Meaning of my name

Hooks Home Bound Rescue names each dog after a fallen tow truck driver, "Hook", if they do not come to us with a name.

Even though "Stevie" came to us with a name, His rescue is in memory of " Stephen Craig Gillam"

Stephen Gillam was driving his tow truck on the Trans-Canada Highway the night of August 8, 2019. It was late at night and the roads were wet from heavy rain. As Stephen drove, something caused him to lose control of the vehicle. Stephen crashed into the guardrail and the tow truck rolled onto its roof. Stephen was killed in the accident, leaving his fiancé behind.

Rest in peace brother Hook we will carry the chains from here.

Information courtesy of International Towing Museum

My Medical Status

Come on check how cute I am, I am just a baby so I will need all my shots, my micro-chip, Neutered and rechecked by my Doctor to make sure I'm Good to find a Home! 

My 1st shot appointment is July 15, 2022

my 1st set of shots

My next set of shots are scheduled for july 29th

My compatibility Status

Love Me Tender, Love Me Sweet

I'm a Puppy who likes to sleep

Play with me and let me eat 

Fill my belly and you wont hear a peep.  

To make a Donation to Stevie please click the link below:

Donate to Stevie

You can fill in a application for Stevie by clicking the button below:

Foster Application

Adoption Application

**We do not own the copyrights to this song  "Love Me Tender"-"Elvis Presley" All rights reserved**