It’s hard to believe that Quinn could have become such an important part of our lives in just a few short weeks. Although he was clearly not in great shape, he wagged his tail, looked at us with total trust and gamely followed us out of the shelter and into a new life. He loved his bed, his walks, his yard and his dinner – things every dog should have, but which he had been without. In return, he gave us his obvious adoration. He was a good dog and we are grateful for the time we shared.
-Barbara & Keith