Miss Lorelei is finally getting the care she needs. As you can see she is really responding to her care and receiving the TLC she deserves. She’s doing well with her rehab training and is looking healthier and happier.
Sprig is doing great and now posing nicely for photo shoots and learning to help out while his family “works from home”. He’s having a hard time being productive and just wants to cuddle instead of work though, he’s a true velcro dog.
George is ready to go on a date with you! He loves car rides and promises not to be a backseat driver (that’s because he wants to ride shotgun). He’s ready to go!
Sprig escaped the shelter and has found himself comfy and cozy in his foster home. It only took a short time and he’s instantly adapted to the life of luxury.
In the short time we’ve had Georgia, she’s proven that she will have no time making a transition into a new family. She’s showing off her well polished house training, asking to go out when she needs and is a wonderful shopping companion. She is even showing her foster mom which variety of treat she prefers at the store!
Archie just arrived with us and he’s quickly settling into his permanent foster home after a team of volunteers helped to transport him. He’s a pocket pointer at just 42 pounds but he’s showing off to his new friends, he is crate trained, sits, walks nicely on leash is ready to find his forever family. He’s also young and energetic and would love a sibling to play with!
Kiki is settling into her new foster home. She’s getting along with the other dogs, going on road trips and doing her best at cleaning up her toys in the yard. She even has shown she can be around the family bird and show very little interest! Good Girl Kiki!
Ladybug doing her best pointer pose. This is LB with her BFF’s, waiting patiently to come inside, and then go back outside, and then come back inside. Sound familiar? She’s doing better each week at developing her social skills and joining in on all the family fun. She’s still shy, but she’s learning the benefits of hanging out in a pack (people and dogs).
Autumn is ready for Thanksgiving! She’s practicing her car ride manners so she can go to the park for family football and she’s refining her house rules training to be sure she will be a great dinner party guest. This young girl is sweet and a fast learner and is ready to enjoy fun and loving family life. And she loves turkey!
Sweet Piper has gotten used the couch life with her cuddly foster sibing. She’d love a forever sibling to hang out and nap with. Two pups are always better than one. She’s your and affectionate and is eager to learn and please! Recently she got a little cut on her tummy, so she’s wearing her heart on her belly.
Young Gordon may have been recently neutered, but that “cone of shame” is all but slowing him down. He’s tearing it up at the park with his friends and is looking for his perfect active family! Can you keep up?
Piper gets some secret foster dog tips from her pup pal at the reunion and maybe just a little kiss. She’s 10 months young and energetic…we think she might be a mix with Brittany.
Sweet Ladybug coming out of her shell. She’s been warming up a little more each day. Following her foster sibling around, wagging and begging for dinner, and now she’s finally warming up to visitors! She’s patiently waiting for the right family to find her.
Kona is ecstatic to be out of boarding and living the comfy life of soft beds and cozy blankets. She’s so comfortable, she’s now playing hide and seek with her foster mom!
Don’t be alarmed…but yes Rhett can climb! Don’t be fooled by his senior age, he has plenty of curiosity and energy to be a wonderful companion. While he doesn’t walk on tables often, it is clear he may not have learned house manners before arriving in our foster home, but he is catching on quickly, don’t worry!
Bella and her foster mom are having a philosophical debate and they’d like you to weigh in. Foster mom thinks that since she weighs almost three times as much as Bella, she should get 2/3 of the easy chair, it’s simple math. Bella thinks that since she has spots, is super cuddly and cute, she should get 2/3 of the easy chair (and any other furniture for that matter). What do you think?
Dyson has come a long way with the help of so many friends! He’s been able to have the tests he needs and now we have confirmed his diagnosis of Epilepsy. It’s not curable, but it’s definitely manageable. He’s so much more than his diagnosis! He’s energetic with all the typical GSP qualities…loves to walk, hunt and snooze on couches! He does well with other dogs, and even cats! and he would be fine in a home with kids 6+. Do you think you have room in your heart to take in this gentle soul?
Kona continues to “wow” her foster mom. She’s a regular party girl showing her charm and greeting new people and being at her best when the whole family is in the room with her. She’s gained the trust of her foster family and she’s proven can be left alone in the house (with free roam) for up to five hours and she’s settled in nicely. She’s also housebroken and even does a funny “moan” while standing at the door letting you know she needs to go out- what more could you ask for? She’s playful and energetic and is currently […]
Bella really comes alive at the park and she really loves a relaxing game of fetch and then laying on the soft grass. She’s energetic and loves playing ball, but not so much it’ll tire you out. She’s playful with the perfect balance of “chill”. As you can see from these pics, she is enjoying her foster home and is looking for the perfect family that appreciates jaunts in the fresh air, as well as knows the value of being a couch potato at home. So we now know she is a champion snuggler, is mastering the art of meeting […]
Dash is settling in. He’s ensuring his foster family gets lots of exercise every day. He can play fetch with his foster mom in the morning for 30 minutes, has a another friend that comes to visit in the afternoon to exercise (and he continues to fetch like crazy)… and still go out for a four mile run later in the day! He’s comfy on the dog bed (as you can see in the photos) and also does well in a crate. He’s so versatile and accommodating! His foster mom says, “He’s such a great dog. While he’s certainly energetic […]
We all know how hard it is to adapt to a new environment. As Bella has become acclimated to her new foster home, she is a bit apprehensive of strangers coming over. Luckily her foster mom works at home and has clients that come over for meetings, which is the perfect opportunity to practice meeting strangers. At first, she barked a bit and the visitor was asked to “ignore her”, and then a few treats came into the picture. An then, as we can see in these pictures, in just a matter of a few minutes she came and laid […]