Pearl

Six year old Pearl came into rescue heartworm positive, and positive she could worm her way into someone’s heart! She endured four months of intense treatment and restricted activity. Once she was healthy again, she was spayed and had some needed dental work done. After going through all that, her foster family realized they loved Pearl and could not let her go. Now she has a loving forever family, and she gets to go to work with her new dad most days.   Adopted August 2016  

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Herschel is making friends!

When he arrived in foster care, Herschel made his anxious feelings towards other dogs known by barking and lunging when one crossed his path. But during a recent trip to visit his “foster grandma” in San Diego, he had a big breakthrough! After meeting his foster grandma’s pup, a calm collie, they became fast friends. As the older and wiser soul, the collie seemed to show Herschel how to interact. Suddenly Herschel seemed happier, more playful and less anxious. Maybe he had just been looking for that doggy mentor all along! Since then, handsome Herschel has started spending time with […]

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Giles brings home the Gold!

Who needs to watch Usain Bolt when we’ve got our own Gold medal winner? Mr. Giles took first place in his first race with his foster mom and dad! Check him out on the podium standing proud!

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Handsome Huxley

  Here’s young Huxley, enjoying his freedom and settling down with a little relaxing chewing session. He’s as playful as you’d expect of a young GSP and he’s ready to find his new home!

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Mickey Mouse

Catherine and Mac are failed fosters- 2 years running now- last year they adopted their foster boy Colby. I’m guessing that Colby told Mickey that if he plays his cards right- he might get to stay as well. He gets to help with chores on the farm, then take a snooze in the hammock and on the weekends he sometimes gets to go camping and even kayaking!  Thanks to Catherine and Mac for fostering until they decided to adopt! Adopted July 2016  

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