Last Chance Ranch Sanctuary seeks internet sponsors!

We need your help!  Did you know that we do not have internet access at the Sanctuary?  We are too rural for cable providers, and satellite internet can be quite expensive.  But we have an opportunity to take advantage of a low-cost broadband internet program from WildBlue and the U.S. Recovery Act (designed to bring […] Read more »

Layla – Gone But Not Forgotten

Layla was not with us very long.  Her owner had died, and Layla came to us with myositis, valley fever, and hip dysplasia.  Her immune system could not hold up.  Layla took her journey over the Rainbow Bridge and to the Otra Lada with all the free spirits. We will continue to have a safe […] Read more »

Travis – Gone But Not Forgotten

October 5, 2015 – a sad farewell to Travis Another painful goodbye… Monday, I lost another best friend, Travis. Losing Travis has really taken its toll on me. Having Travis in my life for 15 years and being the last of my original crew has flooded me with all the memories of everyone Travis grew […] Read more »


Sponsor: N. Gregersen Tessa is a Bloodhound and Australian Shepherd mix, which explains a lot about her temperament! She was abandoned on one of the dirt roads near the Sanctuary.  In fact, a neighbor witnessed her being taken out of the car on a leash, and then the tags were cut off her collar and […] Read more »


March 2012 update Sandy is such a sweetheart! She’s always eager and attentive. Sandy would love to have you sponsor her. You can make a one-time donation, or become her Angel Sponsor with your monthly gift! Sponsor: N. Gregersen Sandy’s story Sandy first arrived at the Last Chance Ranch Sanctuary, when her owner, a good […] Read more »


Idggy was rescued by us near the hardware store in town.  She’d had a litter – sadly, some of the kittens had been killed by the heavy equipment nearby. We found homes for the remaining kittens, and Idggy has found her home with us. Read more »


Emma came to us at about 4 months old.  She was found in the Dumpster at a feed store we no longer do business with.  They threw her away because she had been opening bags of food in the store.  Is that sad, or what? Now an adult, she’s had her trials and tribulations.  She […] Read more »