Unwanted, “Unadoptable” Dog Now Helps Rescue Other Animals

“Princess is part of everything we do day to day and in the bigger picture. She travels everywhere with us,” Jenny explained.

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No one wanted Princess.  She was scheduled to be euthanized, but a miracle happened.  Jenny and Jimmy Desmond found her, and now the three of them rescue lots of other animals worldwide, giving them much needed treatment and love.

The Desmonds spend much of their time overseas conducting animal rescue missions.  They take on as many abandoned, orphaned, and injured animals as they can – and Princess was one of them.

 

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“[Princess] was considered ‘unadoptable’ and was scheduled to be euthanized,” Jenny told the Dodo.

Jimmy is a wildlife veterinarian, and he and Jenny treat and rehabilitate animals all over the world.  Cats, dogs, monkeys, birds, pigs, marine life – no critter is unworthy of their time and care!  Jimmy and Jenny are consultants to the Jane Goodall Institute, the Harmony Fund, and The Humane Society.

 

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Now they have Princess to help.  While they provide life-saving medical care, their adopted dog acts as a nanny, offering comfort and protection to baby animals.

“Princess is part of everything we do day to day and in the bigger picture.  She travels everywhere with us,” Jenny explained.

 

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The jetsetter has now been to seven different countries, and is no stranger to the exotic jungles and deserts of Africa and Asia.  All three of the Desmonds have been recognized globally for their altruism.  They’ve even spent time with the amazing Jane Goodall!

Several weeks ago, the Desmonds began the latest chapter in their rescue adventure story:  moving to Liberia to take care of the chimpanzees who had been used for experiments by the New York Blood Center and then cruelly abandoned with no food.

 

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“Princess, of course, will be helping to save the chimps alongside us,” Jenny said.

Best of luck to this philanthropic family on all their wonderful missions!

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61 thoughts on “Unwanted, “Unadoptable” Dog Now Helps Rescue Other Animals

  1. Doesn’t give the excuse to ethunize these beautiful dogs. God gave them his name for Pete’s sake…..god spelt backwards….dog!

  2. The New York blood center is disgusting, how can they cruelty abandoned the chimps without food. I hope the authorities will look into this matter.

  3. you guys are the most amasing people ive ever met thank you sosososos much jenny and jimmy desmond. ive gottears of happiness and joy in my eyes

  4. What a great story.
    In this miserable time we live in nowadays, its nice to hear about amazing people and special doggies like Princess

    Bless all 3 of you!

  5. It would be terrific if the article included a link or the name of an organization where we could donate to help the Desmond’s specifically during this season of giving thanks.

  6. Hope for Humanity. This dog is a better ‘person’ than most. And she is BEAUTIFUL. That photo of her nuzzling that baby chimp is too much…

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  8. I wanted to post this comment regarding the adoptable Dog, she is beautiful.
    I also want to say that her reaction to other pets is not something anyone can
    train that dog to do at anytime.I think that it would be totally appropriate to
    to send these photos to the shelter and tell them that she gives animals second
    chances with her owners, however now I hope that you can see she was definitely worth a second chance………………………… [email protected]

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