This year, Santa brought Lulu gifts, catnip toys & mice, plus treats!
Connie tells us that Bo (formerly Honeybun) is doing grrrrreat! She is a completely different dog now. Super playful and full of energy, I sometimes wonder if it is the same timid and shy girl I adopted just a month ago. She now jumps up on my bed to sleep next to me every night and I just can’t imagine my life without her now. Thank you for sending her to me! :)"
Marcy shared the following update with WOOF about her precocious little girl:
“Lucy is great. I love her curiosity and personality. She's probably the best guard dog I've ever had! Lucy has had a big year. She was on a plane, probably for the first time. She was a great traveler! After much research, she has switched to a home cooked diet and she loves it. She has also been going to work with me on occasion and she's made a lot of friends. She went hiking this summer with her big brothers and she did really well. She loves her brothers and I sometimes catch her giving one of them a kiss.
Lucy still prefers to stay inside, but she will occasionally go out for a walk with the big dogs. She doesn't mind being outside in the suburbs, but the city is still too busy for her. All in, I think Lucy is having a good time with me. I've attached a picture of her in her Halloween costume. She really does not like clothes of any kind, so she's being a good sport here.”
Smokey now ROCKY is Adopted! This 11 month old Chorkie was purchased from a breeder in PA and surrendered to us seven months later due to “no time”. His foster mom stepped up immediately and decided he was so wonderful that she would provide his forever home.
Brandy’s mom Gayle sent the following note to our organization: Brandy had a good time at her furbaby Halloween party. She was dressed as a bee and even wore the little bee stingers on her head; she generally won't wear anything on her head. That's probably why she's sticking out her tongue at us! She's doing great. A little over 10-years-old, but can act like a goofy puppy when she's in the mood. We're definitely best buds. I'm so happy that you brought her over to the other apartment for a visit. We were meant for each other. Thank you and Woof Dog Rescue for all that you do.
Tanner’s family tells WOOF that: “The whole family, especially Tanner, is doing great. We continue to bond and grow. He has been learning many new skills and tricks … to stay, catch, stand, turn and get the ball, and drop the ball on command. It’s only been two weeks, but we could not imagine being without him in our family. He loves snuggles, and is super smart and very curious.”
Cecile tells WOOF about Rue's (pictured on the right) first day in her new home: We took her out to an outdoor cafe while we had dinner. She was so well behaved. We are now home and she has sniffed every corner. Glad you gave us her Uncle Sam and her ball. She wanted to play with them as they were familiar.
Cleo's mom Tracey sent this update to WOOF: "Cleo is doing great! She’s just fantastic and the best addition to our family. She loves her brothers and follows Geoff and me everywhere. She continues to firm up and loves to walk and meet people and dogs in the neighborhood. Her hair is growing in great and I brush her a lot which helps her dry skin. She loves that and dances around showing off after a brush. She loves having me working at home and naps in my office with Jasper. And she loves to play games with Nixon and her toys. She’s the sweetest girl and we love her."
Our precious boy Cameron is pictured with his new family who is head over heels about their new pup.