Tuco is adopted! Tuco’s owner could no longer care for him once he became terminally ill. We found him a GSP-experienced foster home, where he made a wonderful transition from his 300-acre sheep ranch environment to a Bay Area suburban setting. Obviously, he’s a quick learner. He’s also very active, and generally a happy, loving boy. No wonder his foster family decided to keep him. They’re retired and plan to spend lots of time walking, training, and playing with Tuco–and he’ll get to go on summer road trips to their Idaho lake cabin, as well!
When we first rescued young Rookie, he came down with Parvo! We got him the help he needed and found a loving foster home to teach him basic skills and manners. Rookie proved himself to be a sweetheart with tons of energy and affection–and a quick learner. He has gone to a forever home with lots of GSP experience, where he will get all the attention and training he needs, as well as a GSP brother (alum Walter) to play and snuggle with. Thank you, Brenda & Steve, for fostering Rookie. And thanks, Judi & Peter, for fostering and adopting […]
Young Addy was rescued from a life of being chained up in a yard. She has moved on from those scary days and nights and has learned how to live the good life. She is being adopted by a home that has two adults, two boys, and a GSP sister to play with her and dote on her. Thank you, Jill and Anne & Brad, for fostering Addy and working through her medical issues, as well as her separation anxiety. She blossomed into a super sweet girl who loves all dogs, kids and adults. And thank you, Stacy and family, for adopting […]
We rescued young Wrigley from the shelter where he’d turned up as a stray and placed him in a foster home with a playful Pitbull puppy named Clementine. Wrigley got along great with the pup and its humans, too. He loved to fetch tennis balls and snuggle on the sofa. No wonder this good boy was snapped up by someone who’s been active in our rescue group for years. Now he can go to work, on runs, and hunting with his new dad. Thank you, Taryn and family, for fostering Wrigley, and thanks Peter for adopting him.
Oliver is just over 10 years old, but still acts like a young dog. He loves to go on car rides, especially when the windows are down and he can let his ears flap and do some serious sniffing. He’s a sweet, easy-going guy who got along great with the other dogs in his foster home, and didn’t even chase the cat–much! He came with manners, too. He doesn’t beg, he’s good with kids, and he is easy to walk on leash. No wonder he got snapped up by a good forever family. Thank you, Syda, for fostering Oliver; and thanks Wade and […]