After years at the shelter Hoss has finally found a forever home. This brings joy to our hearts and tears to our eyes.
I have some incredible close ups of both my babies and some great action shots of them running and "bouncing" off trees trying to catch squirrels. By the way, you should see Susie run. Seriously, I've had everyone I know tell me that Susie is probably the fastest non-greyhound the have ever seen.
Freddie is about one year old. He is the youngest of several Scotties that were turned over to WARM. The wife died and the husband traveled too much to take care of them. Freddie is such a cute and sweet little guy that it didn't take long for him to find his new loving guardian. Below is the letter we received the week after Freddie found his new home.
Buddy survived his first year of life as a stray in a wooded wetlands area at a local golf course. Trying to survive alone was tough - the winter of 2006 had him down to skin and bones and covered with stress-induced mange. Concerned residents and golf course staff tried to approach and befriend Buddy - without success.
Hi there. My name is Jill Ivey. My girlfriend, Gina, and I adopted Brows a little over a year ago. Brows has been a Godsend.
Hi Julie, I wanted to send you an update and some pictures of Curly and his new life.
Roxy was left at WARM in mid-2003 by a family that was moving and could not take her with them. Roxy was adopted at Easter the following year but that adoption just wasn't meant to be.
Molly is a brindle Mastiff. She was left with an 83 year old grandmother when the granddaughter moved away. The grandmother tried to keep her, and did for a year, but Molly just got too large for her to handle.