We do not have a shelter facility. Instead, all pets are kept in foster homes. We are a 501C3 Non Profit group. Our volunteers have jobs and familys, but finds spare time to change the future for each dog that comes through our rescue.
Our mission is to help Yorkie,Yorkie Mixes, and Biewer Terriers whether they came from the streets, an animal shelter, surrendered by an owner, rescued from a puppy mill or a dog auction. They will have the vet attention that they need. We will educate the public on why they should rescue a pet. We will be their voice when no one else will speak for them. Every dog that enters our rescue will have another chance at love, no matter what flaw they may have.
You can see pictures of our dogs available for adoption here. Click here information on the adoption process. If you are on Facebook, you may see some of our foster Moms & Dads posting pictures of their new fosters. They will not be offically posted as available for adoption until they are released by the vet. If you are interested in adopting one of those, we still want to encouage you to fill out the Adoption Application, and get pre-approved to adopt him/her. For this very reason, some of our pups never make it to the web site:) !
Interested in one of our dogs? Want to meet them in person? We would love to visit and talk to you about our available dogs.
Special Needs Vet Bills
Draco came from the OKC Animal Shelter. He is a very sweet, approximately 2 year old boy with a lot of issues. He has an old injury that did not heal right and is causing him a lot of pain. In fact he does not use his left rear leg. You can see the area in the x-ray. He also has an umbilical hernia and two rows of teeth. His deposition despite everything going on is amazing. He needs surgery to fix everything. We are going to do a "Femoral head ostectomy". The vet will remove the head and neck from the femur. The head of the femur is not replaced, but is allowed to heal and develop its own fibrous scar tissue so that the joint is no longer bone−to-bone,creating a false joint. His surgeries, x-rays, anesthesia and follow up care will run about $1000.00 Any help you can give will be appreciated
Mustang was dropped off ot the Mustang animal shelter after having been hit by a car. With not facilities to treat an injured animal, the shelter reached out to OKYR. We took him into our foster care while he was on stray old(72 hours), knowing that if the owner came foward they would not be obligated to reimburse us for any expenses. To us what mattered is that he get to the hospital and get treated. He had cuts, bruises and internal injuries. Mustang is still in the hospital and has been there since Tuesday Sept 24th. We do expect him to be released soon. He has turned the corner and is healing. His bills are $700.00 and growing, any help would be appreciated!!