Success 2009 - Here is why we do, what we do.
2009 Forever home updates
Thunder (formerly Hero)
Here is an update from his new home: He is doing really well. We went to our first training class on dogs next week and he is SUPER smart! It's amazing how quickly he learns. Abby has trained him to wait for his dinner with it sitting right in front of him with only a word and a hand signal. He went camping with us for two update from his new home: He is doing really well. We went to our first training class on dinosaur chew toy kind of orientation. We are practicing what they suggested before the first class with around. He and our other dogs have actually become fairly friendly. Brie, the larger dog, doesn't really play with him but she occasionally licks his face and accepts a lick from him. One of Abby's friends has a Border Collie puppy about a month older than Thunder and we have had several play dates together. They were fast friends and I appreciate your concern for these dogs. You do a great service for them. We are very grateful and happy with Thunder. He and Abby are inseparable!
Thought I'd send over a pic I took of Bridget this afternoon. I going to make an appointment for next week to take her in. She's definitely gotten taller since we've had her, almost as tall as Niko, but I'm curious as to her exact numbers. We see how she does. She definitely keeps us on our toes but she's a great dog and we're really happy we have her. Thanks again for letting us keep her!
Here she is. The pics really don't do her justice. She is so gorgeous, and everyone at the vet just loves her. She is already Miss Popularity. They commented on how happy and sweet she is. We go together like peasand carrots. I love the love and affection I get from her every day all day, and I think she feels the same from us. Thank you so much! She is a gift from God. We will cherish her forever.
His new name is Caius (ky-us) which is from a fictional character in one of my favorite books who is incredibly strong and brave. Caius loves all of his new family members and friends although he's usually always at my side. He does not have a mean bone in his body, however, I have noticed him keeping a watchful eye on anyone and anything that comes near me. He loves going on jogs and hikes with me as well as getting some sleep on my canopy bed where he looks like royalty! He is only five months old right now, however, everyday he continues to grow into a beautiful boy (as everyone at the CTGSR knows he was always blessed with his looks!) When he comes up to the vet clinic with me, where I work, the staff loves to see his progress from when they first saw him straight out of the shelter. I love my new little buddy and am glad he ended up staying with me. We wanted to send y'all some pictures to show his progress and let y'all know how well he's doing!