Midwest Akita Rescue Society – Available Orphans #akita, #rescue, #mars #akita


Midwest Akita Rescue Society


Are all equal in our eyes young or old, show quality or pet
We see them through the eyes of rescue
Beyond physical apperance, beyond age, beyond judgment
Each one deserving of love, compassion and a forever home
We see their spirit and love them equally
We kindly ask that you do the same.

MARS has Akitas available for fostering and adoption at several midwest locations. See additional information on the breed and our application .

Many of the Akitas we rescue require extended veterinary and foster care before they become available for adoption. Our adoption fee covers only a very small portion of these expenses. We rely heavily on generous donations from our fellow Akita lovers.

Hi, my name is Dakota. I�m 6 years old, 78 lbs and a Virgo. I love butt rubs, knucklebones, walks, hotdogs and lying outside in the fenced backyard. I don�t care much for baths, cats, other dogs and strangers � as you can tell, I�m a pretty typical Akita.

I would love to have a REAL forever home. I have had two since I arrived in a kennel in Cleveland, Ohio as a MARS foster dog in 2011 and both of them failed me. The people at the kennel were really nice and I was able to go for fun walks with them but then they told me I was getting adopted and going to my “forever home” with my new Dad. I was very happy for almost a year but then Dad’s new wife brought home a little dog and I had to go since my new “Mom” didn�t want a big dog so Dad sent me back to MARS in November of 2012.

This time I ended up in Menomonie Wisconsin in another kennel. I enjoyed myself there – played a lot, went to obedience class and became “kennel buddies” with another foster Akita, Addie. But then, my dreams came true and my next “forever family” came and adopted me in July of 2013. I was so happy. I had a Mom, Dad, a teenage sister and best of all � I was the only pet. I finally found where I was supposed to be! Then, my “forever family” had some personal issues and though I tried living with my “Dad”, it wasn’t working with his schedule. “Mom” had already gone out and gotten a cat so I wasn’t welcome there either. Back to MARS I went, again. I waited with my “not-so-forever” parents in a parking lot for my foster Mom to come and get me. I couldn’t understand what I did wrong but my foster Mom said it wasn’t my fault. She cried while I looked out that back window for a long time, even though I couldn’t see my “family” anymore.

I was really sad for the first couple of weeks but my “kennel buddy”, Addie, was still there and my foster parents showed me lots of love (even though they put me on a diet!!) so I felt better soon. Things were great for a while, I even started going for walks with Addie, got to run in the HUGE backyard, got lots and lots of “butt rubs” and knuckle bones. But then, I started to have trouble getting up and it hurt to run. My foster parents took me to see Dr. Margaret and after some x-rays she told them that I have hip dysplasia. Now I get these yummy fish oil pills (I save them for dessert after my breakfast), something called “Cosequin DS” sprinkled on my food (I don�t like the chewable pills) and a anti-inflammatory pill (my foster Mom says it’s only a very small dose). I also go to see Dr. Margaret every 10 weeks for a chiropractic adjustment and I FEEL GREAT. I run so fast and have soooo much energy – who would guess that I was going to be 6 this year. I love my foster parents and my “kennel buddy” Addie but I would really like a home and family of my own where I can be the only 4 legged princess of the house. But for now, until my REAL FOREVER FAMILY finds me, I will wait patiently.

Luna is healthy chunk of brindle female Akita. She is spayed and current with shots, and in all ways healthy and active.

Luna was born with some congenital vision issues that have impaired her now, but will ultimately result in blindness. Her ophthalmological specialist says she has vision in both eyes that is reduced by juvenile cataracts, which at some point in the future may warrant removal to extend her time with serviceable vision. But sadly, there is no treatment that will prevent the inevitable loss of her vision.

She knows the basics commands: Sit, Shake, and “get out of the kitchen.” She has proven to be quite smart and resilient, as she quickly has adapted to her foster surroundings. She thunders up and down stairs and it is impossible to tell there is a vision issue at all. In unfamiliar surroundings it is more easily observed as she occasionally bumps into things in her peripheral areas. She thrives out in the world so long as her companion is there to lookout for her. Confident even off-leash, when in a new place she prefers to stay close and relies on her friends for navigational clues.

Luna is charming and enthusiastically greets people. She’s extremely playful towards the two large male Akitas with whom she fosters. Luna is assertive when seeking attention, walks, or rides in the car. She sleeps in the same bed as a cat and has never shown a hint of aggression towards anything. She’s always willing to share her food, toys, and treats. Luna loves being outside and is fascinated by the geese, squirrels, and golfers that pass by.

The ideal situation would be to get Luna settled into a stable forever home that understands the future challenges and is sensitive to the needs of a visually impaired member of the family. It would be best for her to acclimate to the new environment and routine while young and her vision is fairly functional. She is a 6 month-old baby who will brighten the lives of those around her and a very special girl who needs just a little help to have an active and happy life.

Meet Our New Orphan � Handsome Hank! “I used to walk in the shade with my blues on parade, but I’m not afraid-this rover’s crossed over”. to rescue!

Here’s Hank on his way out of the shelter in Louisville, and on his way to the safety and security of rescue. Hank is in a temporary foster home with MARS and would love to leave his worries on the doorstep of a more permanent foster home, or even better, a forever home.

PS: Our sincere thanks to our wonderful friends at the Metro Louisville Shelter who always look beyond the stereotypes and see the dog that is in front of them and to all those helping Hank to safety.

Joy is a very gorgeous 6 1/2 year old female who is not having a lot of joy in her life at the present time. Joy’s life long caregivers went into a nursing home due to age and poor health and the remaining family members took Joy to a shelter. She not only lost her home but found herself in a kill shelter. MARS, upon being notified of her predicament, evaluated her and found her to be a very well-behaved beautiful Akita who really needed to be back in someone’s home and heart. She is trained and fully vetted now and is a perfect example of Akita endurance.

Akitas are wonderful, but they are not for everyone. If you are thinking of getting an Akita, we strongly urge you to research the breed thoroughly. Education and preparation are the foundations to a long, loving relationship. Finding a reputable rescue organization or breeder is the first step. For further information on the breed please read the literature under Akita Information at the top of this screen or visit the Akita Club of America website at http://www.akitaclub.org


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How to Perform Windows File Recovery? #windows #file #recovery,rescue #files #from


Recover Deleted Lost Files on Windows Computers

Benefits of Using Windows File Recovery Software
  • Simply scan and rescue all types of lost or deleted files from Windows computers in few simple mouse clicks
  • Supports lost or deleted files rescue on all versions of FAT and NTFS file systems of Windows computers
  • Finest tool in the market when it comes to rescuing lost or deleted files from all types of storage drives which can be accessed though a computer
  • Simply provides an impressive file preview option to view the rescued files before their restoration
  • Comes up with an advanced find option to search rescued files on the basis of file attributes

  • Operating System Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7 and Windows 8
  • At least 512 MB of RAM
  • Free disk space – 50 MB (for installation)
  • In order to install and run Windows file retrieval tool, it is mandatory for you to be a member of the local administrator group or possess an equivalent level of rights

How would you feel if one of your important file from Windows PC is deleted?

In order to make best possible usage of storage space, most of Windows users divide their hard disk drive into different partitions. Having multiple HDD partitions facilitates you to store and categorize files in a well organized and customized way and it also helps to use different operating systems on the same hard drive. However, sometimes Windows users end up with huge data loss due some unforeseen reasons. Most often an entire partition gets deleted while partitioning the hard drive. In case if you have deleted the entire partition from Windows hard drive and thinking about how to overcome data loss, then no need to worry. You can easily rescue Windows HDD partition at your fingertips without contacting any recovery experts. This Windows data rescue is easily achieved by using various rescue tools. Windows File Recovery is one such strong and trustworthy software which restores all types of files at one go. You can also utilize this easy to use tool to recover photos Windows laptops and desktops without any other difficulty.

Prior to discussing Windows data recovery process, it is good to know how data gets lost or deleted. Some of the common data loss scenarios are listed here.

  • Sometimes while re-partitioning or deleting Windows HDD using Disk Management tool, if you accidentally delete some other HDD partition apart from which you are intended to delete. In case if backup of data stored on deleted partition is not available, then it leads to huge loss of data from Windows hard drive.
  • Sometimes due to hard drive crash or OS crash there are chances of Master Boot Record or partition table corruption. Since these are key elements to access different partitions of Windows hard drive, in case if they get corrupt or damaged, all partitions on Windows become inaccessible.
  • There are some tough times in which an entire HDD partition of Windows hard drive becomes inaccessible due to file system breakdown or virus infection. In order to access such corrupt partitions it needs to be formatted. In case if user has not taken suitable backup before formatting then critical data loss is definite.

Irrespective of the cause, this efficient tool will rescue all types of files from Windows computers in few minutes. This tool also has a capability to perform file recovery after system crash on all the latest versions of Windows OS. It also facilitates you to add/edit file signatures which are not listed during file recovery process. Moreover, this tool provides an advanced option to avoid bad sectors on hard drive by creating disc images of recovered files.

Perform below mentioned steps to perform Windows file recovery:

Step 1: Launch free trial version of the software, on the home screen select Recover Files option in order to proceed further.

Step 2: On the next screen displayed, select Recover Deleted Files or Recover Lost Files options in order to perform Windows file recovery operation.

Figure 1: Select Recovery Mode

Step 3: On next screen, select the drive from which you need to rescue deleted files as illustrated in figure 2 and click on NEXT .

Figure 2: Select Drive

Step 4: Once the scanning process gets over, you can view recovered files using Data View or File Type View options as illustrated in figure 3.

Figure 3. Recovered Files


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