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Posted on: Tuesday September 16
Tony made himself right at home. We are delighted he joined our family – he is wonderful with the kids and such a snugglebug!
Posted on: Tuesday September 9
We adopted Louie (formerly known as Moses) November 2013…a mini wire
haired daschund. I cannot begin to tell you what a joy he is and the
love we share for each other. I don’t think he had ever seen a cat
before (he is 8 years old) and when we brought him home, we had to keep
him leashed or we alternated between putting my daughters kitties in
the bedroom because he would constantly lunge at them. Every website we
read said “forget about it..he will never change.We will never be able
to have them all free roaming the house”. Wrong…after 8 months …he
and the kitties live peacefully together! We bring him everywhere we
can (I can’t stand being away from him) and because of his cute little
3 inch legs, he often gets tired on some walks and outings. I purchased
a pet stroller for him and he loves it! He sits there like a little
king wagging his tail and looking back at me every so often with those
adoring eyes of his.
This is the 3rd dog our family has adopted through Lost Dog and Cat
Rescue. My daughter Lyndsay adopted Kobee and my other daughter Bree
adopted Riley (a Plott hound pup I believe she got last December)
I wanted to say THANK YOU for all you do and for connecting me with the
love of my life.
Posted on: Monday September 8
Just wanted to share this picture with you. Here are my two rescues from LDCRF. Though they look like siblings, they aren’t. I rescued Tango (formerly T-Rex – now about 3 years old) in March of 2012, and he was living happily, enjoying having his house (and my attention) all to himself, until one day his peaceful life was disrupted when Sierra (formerly Phoebe – about 2 years old) came home in March of this year. Luckily they get along very well. Tango, and Sierra, will play together half the time, and do their own thing at other times. They do fight for attention a bit, pushing each other out of the way in the process. They’re great dogs, and I’m glad that I found them both!
Posted on: Friday September 5
Posted on: Thursday September 4
We have changed Bandit to Bruno and Dusty to Rickie. They are doing amazingly great. I got their first physical done and everything checked out great. They play, eat, drink and sleep all normal. We want to Thank you for giving us the opportunity to adopt them. I will send some pictures. Of course I have at least a hundred or so pictures on my phone and so does my husband. We love them very much!
Thank you again.
Posted on: Wednesday September 3
Posted on: Tuesday September 2
Shadow (aka Corey) was one of the original Lost Dog rescues. Shadow rescued us in October 2001 and has been an outstanding big brother to Sarah (7) and Ethan (2 months).
At almost 14, he still loves to play ball, swim, and sleep. Although he has slowed down some in his old age, he is still the same wonderful, sweet and playful dog we have always known and loved.
Posted on: Wednesday August 27
I adopted Sam the Terrier (now known as Copper) at an adoption event at Sterling early in August. He has been a great addition to our family! He is doing very well with his obedience training. He is very happy and we are happy with him too. He misses our daughter who had to leave for college and is looking forward to her coming back. Thanks for allowing us to adopt him!
Posted on: Monday August 18
We adopted Wally in July 2012 and wanted to give you another update on him. As I stated in my last update, things were a little rocky at first because he kept trying to bite my husband but after we got home and he calmed down, he started improving. He now is my husband’s best friend except when it is time to eat!
He is a typical chihuahua and loves to hide under his covers – especially when sleeping. He has had problems with luxating patellas in both rear legs ever since we brought him home. Some days he can hardly walk but he doesn’t let that slow him down. He still tries to jump on the furniture and walk all over the back yard. Him most favorite thing to do when I’m in a hurry, is to go outside and sit in the sun. Just last month, he had to have the rest of his teeth extracted. I am happy to report that he came through the experience just fine and now seems to have more energy. The extractions haven’t slowed him down a bit. The vet said to feed him soft food for a few days but it is hard to keep him from eating the food that my other dog eats. He just pushes the pomeranian out of the way and eats his food.
We are just so happy to have him in our family and wish we could have gotten him sooner.
Posted on: Tuesday August 12