To A Forever Home, I’ve attached some pics of my pup, originally called “Juno’s Janney.” I adopted her in January 2017 (DOB 10/25/16). We renamed her “Jacie” and she is a very much loved member of the family. This is her forever home. She could never be considered optional. She’s an amazingly sweet, friendly girl and such a wonderful addition to my family. She’s playful, happy, smart, and makes me laugh every day with her goofy antics. She’s very healthy, well-behaved, and so very spoiled in the best ways possible. Just thought I’d share some pics of my sweet little girl. And thank you for what you do. I’m so grateful that I got to adopt her.
Dear AFH, Just a quick update on Trevor who is now 6 1/2 years old. He earned several titles from the International Dog Parkour Assoc. during the Covid shut down including Novice parkour dog, Level 3 Quarantine specialist, Level 3 Four Foor On specialist, and Level 2 Under Specialist. He is currently working on his Intermediate parkour title. We will be resuming some WCRL rally at the end of September. On September 13th, he finished his AKC Fast CAT title the “FCAT2′ with a nice 7.87 seconds x 100 yds, 25.99 mph and 3rd place in the medium height class. Here is a pic of us both in our title photo and one of him running full tilt down the course. You can tell he loves this a lot! All the best and thank you letting us adopt him as a 7 month old in 2014, Diana
Hi All –
I hope all is well. Wanted to let you know that everything is going great with the adoption and I think my big buddy is happy as can be. I have a friend named Rommy, so I decided I had to change his name… So due to my love for music and dc – decided to go with MARVIN. He and his half brother, Zeppelin, have had a great summer!
Hey! Giving you a Charlotte update! First of all we love her and all her quirks so so much! She’s a shy girl and takes time for her to warm up to new people/dogs/situations. Part of that is it’s so hard to socialize her right now. Also she hates the vet 😂 She is so crazy smart we bought her great puzzles and one was advanced level and she figured it out in 2 min! Our basset hasn’t figured any of them out hehe. She loves her doggie brother with all her heart and her human sisters.
She is a hunter! She hunts alllll the little creatures in the yard, kills them and brings them in the house 🤢 we are working on that lol We did a DNA test on her, I don’t know if you wanted to send the results to her brothers and sisters families.
She is 25% great pyr ,25% Maremma sheepdog, 25% pit and 12.5% chow chow and 12.5 random breeds. She’s expected to be between 50-88 pounds.
Thank you to your wonderful organization for saving so many pups, especially during the current difficult time. We adopted our sweet dog Jenny 10 years ago from you…Here she is now. Gray around her snout and fighting some arthritis in her front legs. Our walks are shorter and slower but she’s still plenty perky and a really happy older gal. She’s still my baby! :)Lisa
I hope you’re all doing well during these trying times. I had been meaning to send an email update about “Poe”, I can’t believe we’ve had him over a month now! We decided to name him Quill after the wing markings on his back. He’s been such a sweet puppy, and someone must have taught him sit because he has been very good about that command. He’s starting a two week training course tomorrow, and we’re going to miss him so much, but I know he’ll love learning and playing with other dogs. I just wanted to say thank you to the foster families and everyone at the rescue for taking care of this sweet pup and all the other good pups out there. We’re so glad he has a home with us now 😊
Thank you and take care! McCaulley family
Thought I would reach out and give you a little update on Ozzie. We adopted him via your organization back in February 2019. Our Ozzieboy, on the right in the photo, is a wonderful addition to our family. He is such a happy little dog that loves his sister Lucy, on the left in the photo. He is also very attached to both Tibby and I and loves being held as much as possible. He is such a baby, which I love and truly a family dog. When we got him, he was such a little thing and he was only partially trained. Within a month or two, his appetite picked up and was fully housebroken. We camp a lot and even though he still does not like riding that much, he loves it when we get to our campground site. (Lucy and Ozzie are great camping dogs). We go to the groomers about every three months for a bath and good hair trimming and he does great with our groomer. He does well with his routine visits to the vet, (healthy pup visits), and taking his heartworm and Flea/tick medicine. My vet says he is in great shape. All in all, I feel that Ozzie is happy and thriving wonderfully in his new forever home. I can’t thank you enough for helping him find his way to us. He has made our family complete.