JUST A FEW OF OUR ADOPTIONS FROM 2012...WE LOVE HAPPY ENDINGS!!
FLASH BACK! Here are some favorite pictures of our 2010 and 2011 WCARF babies!
to see other videos of our HAPPY TAILS!
Walter has been taken in by Lucky Pup Rescue in Maine where he will be in a foster home until a forever home is found. This rescue organization is one of many who provide a way out of shelters in the south and into foster homes to prepare for a new family in the New England states. 2/16 This is what Walter's foster home had to say about him: "Walter is a bundle of joy. He was scared of his surroundings for a few minutes, but adapted very quickly. He loves the kids. He has tons of energy, so we took him to the dog park and found out he loves to run after tennis balls. Like you said, he loves toys to play with. He is doing super great."
American Eskimo dog (which is why she has a curly tail; combination of the Chow too)
West Highland Terrier (which is probably why she doesn't shed very much)
German short-haired pointer (why she bends her front paw when she's on a hunt alert)
Only God could take all those dogs and create such a beautiful, original, medium size dog. Anyway, thank you again for rescuing her. I love her very much.
Sophie's new mom says "Oh my, she is so precious. I am really enjoying her. My friends think she is so cute. he went to the beauty shop last Tuesday. After her surgery (spay) I slept in the recliner with her in my lap...she stayed in my lap all night and made it just fine." We couldn't have hand-picked a better home for Sophie!
Spook and Pilots N Paws
This is Spook's private flight with the rescue group Pilots N Paws who flew her to Florida to meet her new family. Her name is now Bonnie and she's enjoying life by the pool, as you can see below!
This Redbone mama dog is going to Savannah, Georgia January 15 to live in a foster home with the American Coonhound Rescue. All it took was a few emails, someone willing to take her to the vet for a checkup and series of tests...which the rescue group will pay for...and her transport will come through and take her to a loving foster home where they will prepare her for a forever home. She's a lucky girl!
This is Red at her foster home with the American Coonhound Rescue in Georgia...some family will be very lucky to have her! 1/18 - Red, now Annie, has found her forever home in New Hampshire...this is their note to the foster: "She is such a sweetie! I hauled an old dog bed out yesterday - tossed it in the middle of the floor intending to take the cover off and wash it - Annie sniffed, hopped on, circled and claimed it as hers. I don't think she's ever been an "only" dog before. Our vet was very pleased and impressed with all the care that had been taken of her. We take several long walks a day and yesterday we found fresh coyote poop on the trail up back - that took a lot of checking out! She's all the good things you said she is, plus you didn't tell us she's a good napper and snuggles on the bed. A lovely little dog - thank you."