Not only has Courtney been recuperating and enjoying living pain and cancer free since her surgery, but she’s taken to showing the new kid the ropes. Here she is role modeling the perfect pose in the perfect sunny spot in the window.
We can’t tell you how excited we are to announce Vixen’s accomplishment! She has just finished her first training class with her foster mom and did so well. Meeting new dogs and their humans, and enjoying the car ride and outing each week. Congrats Vixen!
Callie just joined the pack with her four new siblings (a few fosters and forever residents) and she’s fitting right in. She’s claimed the lap of foster dad and has joined in on the Halloween festivities!
Every once in a while you get a little surprise in rescue and Chandler Bing is one of those surprises. From his shelter pictures he looked like he could be a GSP mix, but in person not so much. Whatever he may be, Chandler Bing is a charmer and wiggled his way into two foster homes and his adopter’s heart! Now Chandler’s off to live the good life (minus a few nasty teeth that needed pulling) with his new family. He even gets to go to work! Have a great time, Chandler. We love ya! Thank you to Marlene and […]
Miss Daisy Mae was taken to the shelter to be euthanized because her family couldn’t manage her Addison’s disease. We rescued her and our wonderful vets helped get her health under control. Daisy met her new mom at our annual reunion and was picked up by her new family at the Strut Your Mutt event. Daisy knows how to make the most out of an outing! We all wish Miss Daisy many awesome, healthy years with her new family! Thanks to Cathy and Cari for fostering Daisy Mae and to Sharron for working with the adopter.
Sammie came into rescue with a leg injury that had happened a while back and atrophied. His foster family, who had just lost their NorCal GSP Rescue alum, was ready to open their home to another spotted dog. Lo and behold, they were instantly smitten and decided to add Sam to their home permanently. They’re even willing to take over on whatever treatment his leg requires. Three cheers for Sam and his new family!! Thank you to all the people who helped rescue Sam and get him to his future—Chere, Carol and Mike, Mara, and especially Rebecca and her family.