Quest is Fully SponsoredMy name is Quest.I traveled all the way from Wisconsin to Smiling Dog Farms. You can't really tell from this photo, but I have scars on my head and face from fighting. I used to live at a place where they made me fight with other dogs. I didn't like it, but I didn't have any choice!They kept me on a heavy chain. I never figured I would get loose, but one day I was pulling and tugging and all at once I lunged forward! Against all odds, the chain had broken! No one had to tell me twice what to do next... I ran like the wind, as far and as fast as I could, dragging what was left of that chain behind me like the ghost of Jacob Marley!I did alright for a while. But then my chain got wrapped around a tree stump and I was stuck. That really scared me, because I knew if I did not get free, I would starve to death. And it gets pretty cold in Wisconsin overnight, too.But if I got someone's attention, I might get sent back to the place where I had to fight other dogs. And I sure didn't want that. I finally decided I had no choice, so I started to bark and bark, as loud as I could. Lucky for me, I got the attention of a really nice woman named Paula. She heard my barking and got me some help. I was taken to a place called the Humane Society where they took good care of me - and they did not make me fight with other dogs there! They told me that Paula was working to find some place for me to go where I could stay and would be safe. They said that with my background they would not be able to place me for adoption.Paula got some of her friends to help her, and they were all looking for a safe place where I could go. But they weren't having any luck. The places they called either didn't have any room, or they didn't want to take a Pit Bull, or they did not want a dog that had been a fighting dog. It was always something. They were getting discouraged.Then someone found Smiling Dog Farms. They contacted Ricky and Jay to see if I could come live at the farm ... and Ricky and Jay said "yes"! Paula and her friends found a great family-owned transport company that took me all the way from Wisconsin to Texas.I like it here at the farm. The temperatures are a lot warmer than Wisconsin! And someone checks on me and makes sure I have food and fresh clean water every day. Best of all, I don't have to fight other dogs. Ricky and Jay told me I would never have to do that again! They said I might be able to be adopted, depending on how I get along with people and other dogs. But if I can't be adopted, they said I can live out the rest of my life right here in my own play yard and townhome!Back to Sanctuary Dogs ListBe a DonorMake a One-time Donation
And to Friends who recently contributed on his behalf:•Paragon Screen Printing•Jenny F.*The selected amount will billed to your credit card each month via PayPal.You may cancel at any time.Although I don’t need sponsors right now,there are so many other dogs here at Smiling Dog Farms that DO need help to pay for their monthly care and maintenance. Won’t you please consider signing up to sponsor one of my buddies here at the farm?Or you can make a one-time donation if that works better for you.A 501(c)3 Non-Profit Corporation Smiling Dog Farms is Absolutely, Unequivocally NO-KILL!!!Smiling Dog FarmsP.O. Box 743 Wharton, TX 77488Giving hope to the forgotten, neglected & rejectedQuest - SanctuaryQuest sends big hugs and many sloppy kisses to his current Sponsors:•Paula C. (his rescuer)YOU Can HelpThere is no such thing as a gift too small!We have all heard that before, and there is a reason, it is completely true! Even a monthly gift of $10.00 helps greatly to support one of these dogs.