Whiskey accompanied our director to represent our group at the Dripping Spring Tractor Supply for their dog day event. The store manager and staff were excellent and set them up right by the front door in front of the registers.
Whiskey was so well behaved. Our director has been working with him on with his training and doggie manners. He represented our group well and showed everyone just has far he has come. All of the staff wanted to walk him and wore him out! He was gentle and sweet to everyone who met him, even little children. He took treats gently and gave out kisses. Whiskey impressed everyone with his sweet manners and beauty.
I wanted to share a picture of my two babies I adopted through your rescue group. The younger boy is Jack (formerly Abram, foreground) who I adopted on 7.27.13. The older pup is my baby girl, Freddie (formerly Blossom-in back) who I adopted in March of 2011. They are both fantastic and Freddie is so happy to have a baby brother to play with!
I'm so happy to have found them through your group. They are the loves of my
Avie and Bella
Avie, formerly Avni, is doing great. She has been such a blessing to us after having lost our 12 year old shepherd/rotti mix. She has been to the vet a couple of times recently for some tummy issues and they go on about how smart and sweet she is. I knew from the moment I saw her I would love her. She is so gentle and sweet to our senior dog Bella and is learning her people manners very well. She is not much for sharing her toys when her dog cousins come over and gets very vocal.
:0) She is just perfect! Thank you for all you do!
Meet and Greet was a Success!! It went great. They are a
wonderful family. They spend a full hour over here with Miss Bear. The girls are calm around her and can't wait to have a puppy of their own. Mom and Dad are just as excited. They both come from families where they were raised around large dogs. They definitely impressed us on how serious they took the decision of becoming a pet owner and making sure they were in a good
position when they did commit. They fully understand that this is a life long commitment for the dog. Miss Bear loved them and the girls. I feel very comfortable letting her go and have no doubt she will be very well taking care of and loved very much. Dad was talking about her being his football watching partner in crime and the girls have all kinds of plans for her!! :-)
They wanted to wait until next Fri evening or Saturday morning to pick her up since Dad will be out of town this week and they all want to be there and spend time with her when they bring her home. This works out better for
everyone. I will take her in next week to have her stitches out and a final check to make sure everything is good on that end. Plus she will get to ditch the cone and they won't have to deal with her in that. There were
two very sad girls when they left and couldn't take her with them.