Eloise and Joy- our very own Madonna and Child

It has been an insanely busy and sad two months here. We have had to say goodbye to Augusta, whose leg would not heal and whose other leg was not strong enough to support her.

We have gone to Midwest City to Dr. Dustin Brown for plating surgeries on Janie and Bella’s broken legs.

We got four more mill dogs in: Angus, Winnie, Simone and Iris. Angus passed away during his neuter, and the three girls have gone to amazing foster homes.

And just a couple of days ago, we answered a call for help for a mill mama and her one baby. Not sure if she just had one, or if baby Joy is the only survivor. They were both skinny, and are eating as fast as we can feed them!

In addition, we are fundraising with a Scentsy and Velata fundraiser, trying to pay off the mountain of new and old vet bills!


Join us! And happy holidays from all of us.


Maggie Lenertz

Maggie Lenertz has been working in rescue with Italian Greyhounds for 10 years. Three years ago, Maggie married Jim. Together they have built Hazeljane's Blessings into a 501 (c) 3 non-profit charity in Tulsa, Oklahoma. At any given time, we have between 7-12 foster Italian Greyhounds in our home, along with our own 4 babies. In addition, we both work full time. Maggie's hobbies (apart from iggies) are quilting and reading. She frequently makes quilts to raffle to support the rescue!

3 comments to “Eloise and Joy- our very own Madonna and Child”

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  1. chase - February 1, 2013

    how does one adopt from you? didn’t see a link for anything.

  2. Maggie - February 2, 2013


    The first thing to do is send us an email (hazeljane13@gmail.com) and let us know a little bit about what you are looking for in an iggy- a little about your life.

    We will send you an app, and have you give us a call to discuss.



  3. Ronda Lee - November 5, 2014

    had ig’s 25 years or more..then had last one have to be put down from cancer. I had her 12 years and her momma before..without an ig is hard miss that furry thing under the covers and when I come inside waiting to jump in my lap and following me outdoors to do all the feeding of chickens and ducks and this new home of ours has 113 acres boy my precious Jenny would of loved it. lots to do and see here. daily drives around on the kawaski mule to the creek and such..would love another female blue sable and white but open to others. would consider all ages especially an underweight dog I can work with to get into shape with lots of petting and treats. Ronda

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