13 years and 1 month ago I rescued Cody from you. He was rescued by your
organization from someone who attempted to breed Australian and German
Shepard but was neglectful. His litter was 12 dogs that you called “The
Doggy Dozen”. You listed Cody as Colin along with 11 other Irish names in
the litter. Remember that litter?
I agreed to rescue Cody in August 2004 and you delivered him to my house in
late in September.
Cody is now very old and can no longer stand up on his own. I have to carry
him in and out of the house to go to the bathroom 3 times a day. As you can
see from the pic today he still has a desire to live so we made the decision
to let him live as long as he can. His time is coming soon but I wanted to
share that he has been a wonderful dog all these years and I appreciate you
rescuing him and allowing us to make him a big part of our lives.
Here is our sweet girl Alaska (fka Sasha) celebrating her birthday! She turned 3 years old (Feb. 13). She had special treats all day and was spoiled by her family. We LOVE her so much! (And those ears!!) She is such a great dog – thank you for taking such good care of her!
Just wanted to drop you a note to let you know that Pearl’s Peep (now Pepper) is doing beautifully in her new home with us! We’re approaching the two-week anniversary of welcoming her home, and we could not be happier about making her a part of our family. We’re pretty sure she’s really happy too
🙂 She settled in very quickly, and has been eating, sleeping, exploring, playing, and learning like a champ from Day 1! And growing fast! She is so sweet and affectionate, and also very self-assured and independent for such a young pup. She seems to be very smart; she has already picked up SO much from her human and canine teachers. Definitely a quick learner! Speaking of canine teachers, she is getting along great with her four doggie siblings, who range in age from 2 to 8 years, and in size from 14 to 65 pounds. She is developing a unique relationship with each one of them, and is always ready to wrestle or play chase with whoever is in the mood! She loves all her chew toys, and is a HUGE fan of the all-natural treats we get from Best Bully Sticks. She already knows the routine, and is learning to sit nicely like the “big dogs” in order to get her treat. So cute!
We’re just thrilled to be Pepper’s forever family, and appreciate everything that you all do to make it possible for so many dogs to find good homes. We were really impressed with how smooth and well-organized your adoption process was. Especially amazing considering that you are volunteer-based! You clearly have a very devoted and dedicated team that cares deeply about what they do. I will most certainly recommend you to anyone I know who is looking to adopt a new furry family member….I really hope that Pepper’s siblings – and her mama, and all your other wonderful dogs – find great homes soon.
…below is a photo of the little sweetie herself hanging out in the home office with me.
Thanks so much for giving her such a great start on the path that led her into our lives 🙂 We adore her!
My name is Traci, and my boyfriend(Warron) and I adopted our beautiful girl Sable in at 4 months old in 2014, she is a Belgian Malinois
She has been a blessing in our lives, she just turned 2 at the beginning of December 2016 and we wanted to share an updated picture with you.
Sable has brought a lot of love and companionship into our home, not only for the humans but also for our cat Aspire ( who was also a rescue in the late summer of 2004 -picture enclosed as well)… also enclosed a picture of sable about an hour after we adopted her, we had her at a dog park this should be the first picture on the list.
Thank You For Your Time and Understanding, and we would also like to thank you for allowing us to adopt our beautiful girl Sable.
Traci L Jensen, Warron S French, Aspiri (cat) and Sable
I adopted Moose almost exactly 1 year ago, and wanted to let you know he is doing fantastic – he’s just the BEST dog!
Moose had been mis-identified as a boxer mix, and his first adopters returned him after he got really big. Turns out he is half St. Bernard and half Coonhound – good thing I love big dogs! He’s 105 pounds and probably has a few more pounds to go before he’s done growing.
He loves playing with other dogs at the park and going for walks, especially when we stop for treats. He also does a happy wiggle when he sees his favorite people. He’s a total goofball!
Thanks so much for all you do and for bringing Moose in to my life!