Thought you'd enjoy a couple of pics of how Harley is doing. One is with my daughter Kayla...whenever she falls asleep Harley loves to sleep with her. The other is his Best Friend in the whole wide world, Buster. They love each other!
On December 23, 2005 we adopted Biff who we now call Petey (short for Pizza Pie.) Out of the 5 beagles I've owned in my life Petey was the biggest handful, but with lots of love, patience, perseverence, consistency, and ALOT of obedience school, he is now a most wonderful dog. It took him a long time to realize that he had a permanent home with us and will always be fed, loved and given toys of his own. He also had to learn the difference between inside and outside and how to live in a human house with, no matter how demoralizing for a dog, 2 cats, one of which is in charge. He came with some "issues" like agression and not wanting to be touched, especially on his sides, possessiveness and an over abundance of nervous energy. We have the staff at St Hubert's to thank for helping us muddle through these stages with him. Oh the amount of time we spent there in "Time Outs"! But now that he's gotten his puppy agnst out he's letting us see just what a loving, funny silly boy he is. He adores my mother, loves to race laps around the coffee table, is always ready for belly rubs and is a very vocal singer. Here are some pictures of him, one of which with frost on his chin as one of his favorite snacks is new fallen snow. Thank you for rescuing and harboring him until he found his home.
All the best,
I adopted one of the cutest puppies 2.5 weks ago from your Pet Smart adoption day. She is a black lab cocker mix. She was 5 lbs. To date she has almost doubled her weight and is extremely happy. She is doing great with house breaking and crate training. Her name is Alice. Photo's attached from the other day out in the snow and saying good morning to her new best friend, Brownie (Rabbit).
We love her very much!
He is doing great!. He is going up and down stairs with no problem now and his back has been fine. He loves to go out to the barn with me to take care of the pony and has played with my mom's collies a couple of times, he's exhausted when he comes home, just sleeps the rest of the day. He is a one person dog, mine that is, although he loves the kids and as you can see from the pictures. He thinks sledding is tons of fun, but when I am around I am the only person he is interested in. He doesn't make a sound in the morning when Ken makes his coffee and breakfast, but as soon as he knows I am out of bed the whining and carriing on starts until I have pet him and let him lick me thouroughly. We are all having tons of fun with him, the cat is the only one who desn't care for him, but she is tollerant. I hope you are well.
I just wanted to write in and let you know that I adopted Molly two years ago this February. She's been a very entertaining part of our lives for the past two years. She can be very funny without knowing it. She loves french crullers, hot dogs, and anything else she is not supposed to eat. Also one of her favorite things to do is go for a car ride, especially if it ends at the park for a walk. She just recently went to the vet and we were told that she is a healthy 16 pound 7 year old dog. We love having Molly as part of the family and we know she enjoys getting spoiled here!!!
Best of luck to all the families and the animals without homes!!
Have a great 2007!
We lost our mom ten years ago this march. She was the driving force in all of our lives- when she died it was like the sun burning out. We were the planets held in orbit by her gravitational pull... without her we were lost.
Abbie came into my father's life just a few weeks short of this landmark anniversary and already she's become my father's north star. She's given my dad new reasons for being... I quote (dad): "The house needs to be cleaned-up & organized for Abby", "You know that new down coat you made me buy... really came in handy when walking Abby", "Gosh, I really have to take her out 3-4 times a day?"(later that week) "I take Abbie with me wherever I go (even where we aren't supposed to)", "I'm thinking of changing Abby's name to My Dog" ...well that just about says it all, doesn't it?
What does Abbie think about this? I'd like to imagine that she too has a renewed sense of purpose- a little furry compass with a light at the end of her tail charging happily ahead with my father tethered behind. I just want to thank rawhide rescue's senior-to-senior program for giving my dad a piece of himself back in the shape of a little beagle girl named "My Dog".
-Thanks for the love & support
Jordana (Bill's daughter)
Bailey is doing great. He has adjusted well to our home and seems to love it as much as we love him. He always wants to follow me, my daughter and husband, he just loves the attention and he is getting a lot of it here. He particularly loves staying in our family room watching tv with us, he just wants to be part of the family. My daughter and I took him to petsmart yesterday to get all his supplies and he was very good.
Thanks for bringing this boy into our lives.
Hi, Gayle here, mommy to Sophie (formerly Cashew). We love our baby. She has the biggest ears. She is totally paper trained and doing wonderfully well.
My pug lets her rule the roost. I can't believe how patient Pugsley is with her. She, of course is a hyper baby due to the chi/jack russell make up, but she is a cutie pie. She sleeps in my bed curled up under the blankets as most jacks do, and sleeps the entire night.
She loves to collect shoes and socks, and has stolen all of Pugsley's toys. The good thing is, he now has someone to play with although she does tire him out. LOL
I'm attaching a picture of Sophie and Pugsley. Just look at those ears. She looks like the flying nun.
Dear Rawhide Rescue,
Just wanted to let you all know that Sadie is doing so great,she is such a good girl and we all love her so much!!!! Just wanted to pass along a picture of her on the way home from the park, she was so pooped, she passed out in the back seat.
Thanks for EVERYTHING!!!!!!
Denise, We absolutely love Ginger and she seems to be quite happy also. She rules the furniture! she is definitely a keeper! She and Wanda (who we adopted from Rawhide in 2002) get along very well, they are a perfect pair. She obviously was fed from the table because she is the cutest little begger!