Adoption Process 
&  Application

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we adopt into the Northeast 
and as far south as northern Virginia

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Beyond Basic Rescue

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Please address all correspondence regarding adoptions, visits to the Farm,
 questions about specific dogs to
adoption@glenhighlandfarm.com  

WE ONLY ADOPT INTO THE NORTHEAST REGION, furthest south is Virginia,
furthest west is Pennsylvania and north all through New England and SE Canada

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Loki, 5 months


Rudy, age 2


Roxy, age 2


Bella, age 2


Bolton, age 6


Henry & Dee, ages 8 & 10


Shay, age 9


Nellie & Duncan, both age 11


Tip, age 11

Jet, age 13




Rossi, age 2


Dougie, age 9


SEPT 2017

FEB 2018

Saying GOOD-BYE to Brayden
September 2017 - November 2018

A little over a year ago, Brayden came to GHF in very, very rough shape, found as a stray. His health transformed with attentive daily monitoring, barely out of human sight in order to assess his needs. He was extremely compromised and the process was VERY slow. While he made progress, he required numerous Cornell visits and special medications to help him, over and over again. One year later, Brayden looked amazing on the outside but his weakened internal state was still quite evident. The neurological aspect of his physical problems was worsening until he could no longer move his back legs in a forward direction at all. He was continually criss-crossing and flopping to the ground unable to move without dragging himself which led him to complete exhaustion. Since he had a mass in his lungs, a ‘bulla’, he was not a wheelchair candidate due to the pressure on his enlarged chest.

The BRAYDEN who had rallied so heroically for the past year hit his limit. We tearfully kissed this ‘teddy bear’ on the head and received sweet licks on the hand in a beautiful good-bye exchange. He had fulfilled his purpose of ‘heart work’ and was ready to let his broken body go.

For those who watched his story unfold at GHF and those who met him in person, Brayden jumped deeply into hearts, joyfully adorable and playful and full of passion for life. We will all miss his magical spirit but know, for certain, he will return to grace more of humanity in a special way that is very much Brayden.

Our deepest thanks to Megan Horbury, our former Connor House Caretaker, who lived with Brayden so carefully attending to his every need, so mindful how critical his care needed to be. She never took her eyes off of this dog, making sure his body and soul were given everything. Their hearts will surely be forever joined.

SEPT 2018


 

Contact the Farm rescue@glenhighlandfarm.com
Glen Highland Farm
217 Pegg Rd, Morris, NY  13808
Phone: (607)263-5415  Fax:  (607)263-5325