Success Stories

We are proud to share our most precious moments. Moments where Voices Out has made a true and lasting impact on the life, the health and the future of another soul.


Currently In Our Care

If you are interested in adopting or supporting any of the following precious animals currently in our care, please send us a message for additional information.


Charlie is a 2 year old shepherd mix that creates the same reaction from everyone… “he is the smallest little shepherd I’ve ever seen”. He’s so cute and loving and we can’t believe he was a stray and then taken to shelter with very little time to become adopted. We stepped in to save him and have been providing love and care until he’s adopted into a furever home. He will make a wonderful companion. Charlie will be adopted as neutered with microchip and Current Vaccinations


Teddy! This beautiful 4 year old shepherd mix looks like a walking Teddy Bear. He’s a beautiful boy. He deserves a wonderful home after being lost on the street and taken into shelter. His posting received thousands of views and shares and we were alerted of his story. The shelter was full and there was no time left for him after only a matter of days there! Teddy is a happy and gorgeous boy who will be adopted into a loving home – neutered, with all current shots and microchip.


The sweetest girl! 2.5 year old Savannah is a Lab Mix. She was rescued from the shelter as a stray. She had birthed puppies it seemed and it is unknown what happened to them. Meanwhile, she was taken to shelter. Upon her rescue, she has been spayed, micro-chipped and received all of her shots. She is the most loving companion – fun and playful yet cuddly and a great size. Eager to please and so tolerant, Savannah is very special.


Shelly is a very special girl.  She had clearly a very troubled past, suspected abuse history and was extremely “shut down”.  Shelter staff and volunteers could barely interact with her for a long period of time but thankfully, she was kept alive for some “chance” that might come along.  After being alerted of her story, Voices Out committed to try and help her.  With the constant support of loving volunteers at the shelter, they initially showed her what trust could be. After more than 2 years at the shelter, the day arrived she was able to leave the shelter and after about an hour, walked herself up the stairs and into the back of the truck to ride to freedom.  Everything in Shelly’s life has changed.  She is discovering what structured walks are, toys, even laying around by the pool.  Our trainer has given Shelly a chance to build confidence while learning the love of humans.  Soon she will be going to her home that is out there waiting just for her!