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Sherman I wanted to update you on Sherman. He's been accident free (no poops or pees inside) for a solid month now. He has become a pleasure to walk on leash. He can entertain himself by running around the outside of the house at break neck speeds. He has learned sit, down, wait, stay, bed, drop it, give it, off and no!. He has been pretty good on recall even at the dog park. I thought you would enjoy the attached pictures of him at the dog park. We are really happy to have him as part of our family. Kindest regards, Gary and Ellen
Sergio Sergio's mom writes: "He is a delight to have here, and he is starting to let his personality show, he is quite a character. Every day he seems to find a new interest, and he is getting braver around the other boys, to the point of approaching them to groom or lie next to them. Everyone seems to be getting along. I cannot believe how smoothly this transition has gone! I can't tell you how much I adore this kitty. We're all in love and happier everyday that Sergio is here to stay. Thanks again to you and to Spay and Save for saving such a sweet, sweet boy."
Max I'm in my new home and love my new family. Jeff takes me for runs everynight. Even though I have short legs, I am fast. I go to the shore every weekend with my new mom and dad and my brother Pugsy. The shore is the best because I love the sun. Thank you Spay and Save. Woof
Star Someone found me soaked wet from one of the storms in Collegeville. I am easy going young boy and LOVE to play! I also love to get petted and scratched under my neck. Sometimes I don't want to be put down after you pick me up. I am not sure about cats but I seem to get along with friendly dogs better. A home with OLDER children would be preferred. My foster mom would like for you to keep in touch with her so she'd know how I am doing. She must loves me this much.
Zub I have been in my new home for about a month now and love it. I thought I was big but I have a bigger brother named Riot who is an Alaskan Malamute. It took both of us a little while to get used to each other because we were both spoiled only children. Thank you Mom and Dad for adopting 2 rescue dogs.
Molly Molly has been in her new home for 3 months now, and she is as happy as can be. She is receiving lots of love and is having a fun time with her new big brother, Mac, who looks just like her! The pictures above are from the day she was adopted when she was already making herself comfortable and exploring her new home.
Sherri Lacy who was previously Sherri is the best!!! At 11 years old, she acts like a puppy and follows me everywhere. I love the senier dogs. She is has adjusted so well into our home.She sleeps with us and is so happy to just be part of our family. Lacy goes everywhere with us and is sooo happy. I love this little dog!!! Thanks for saving this little girls life, It was sooo worth it, and thanks to Kelly for taking such good care of her in her foster home. Keep up the good work, Love, Lacy, Barb+ Karl M.
Bella I visited Bella recently and she has found a wonderful home. Bella loves running in her fenced yard with her 4 legged brother and going for long walks with her Mom and Dad. She even has playdates with Heidi her German Shepherd friend. Life if good.
Jelly Bean Jelly Bean was adopted in August 2010. He is now known as Jackson. This is what his new family writes: "I can't believe how much joy he has brought to us in such a short amount of time. He has adjusted very well to life with us. His favorite activity is to chase the little red laser dot around. [...] Thank you again!"
Frankie and Freddie Frankie and Freddies's family writes" I just wanted to let you know that the boys are doing well. Frankie loves being rubbed and has no shame about it. We call him Frank the Tank, but George has jokingly said if he gets any bigger he'll be a bull dozer.Freddie is still timid, but comes in the kitchen in the morning for treats, and has begun to allow me to pet him; he even purred the other day as I was scratching his back. He now joins the family at his spot on the sofa at night. Thanks again, for all your good work. Happy holidays."