Hallie Hill Animal Sponsorship
Once we take an animal in, we promise it a home for the remainder of its life, should it not be adopted. Some of these animals have medical issues that will inhibit their chances of adoption. Others have been treated so cruelly by humans in the past that they’re not ready to trust fully and will live a happier life running the grounds at Hallie Hill with other animals.
Regardless of their past, we believe that these beautiful creatures deserve to live the rest of their lives in a nurturing and loving environment. Your contribution will assist in giving them the nutrition, medical assistance and general wellness care they need.
Browse to learn each of their amazing stories and sponsor one of our animals by clicking Sponsor Me.
Jameson came to Hallie Hill with food allergies, a torn cruciate in his knee, and was recently diagnosed with a condition called Masticatory Muscle Myositis, which caused wasting of the muscles in his skull.
Queenie was one of three stray females trapped in a local neighborhood. X-rays revealed shotgun shrapnel.
Little “Dan the Man” was brought to an area shelter where it was determined that he was deaf and blind, which made him less adoptable. Dan deserves a home where he can spend the rest of his life feeling secure and loved.
Moxie came to us with a hole in the roof of her mouth that is thought to have been caused by a stick becoming lodged between her teeth. We had three surgeries conducted to repair the hole, but unfortunately it did not take. She acts “normal”, but this condition can result in nasal discharge and she has bouts of excessive sneezing.
Bruno is very shy and does not want to be handled. He is comfortable with other dogs and has a playful personality.
Chai is a wonderful bundle of energy! At 40 pounds, she is a great size and she loves to spend time with her people.