Sometimes, for varied reasons, dogs are unable to stay with their guardians. My work allows me to take in dogs and help them find that perfect home that will set them up for success. These are my current fosters. If you have any questions, feel free to contact for more information.
Last year, Princess was adopted by a senior. Sadly, Princess's only pleasure seemed to be food with no other enrichments provided. Isolated with food as a comfort, she has shown reactiveness towards most other living beings. I was notified by a client she needed a second chance at life. December 29, 2023, Princess arrived at my door step. I took her to my vet to find she weighed 91.3 lbs. This little lady gained over 36 pounds in one year!
My hope is to acclimate her back to a civilized life and find other ways to embrace the world. I love good food as much as the next person, but moderation is the key to life. Now Princess is learning and seemingly is accepting there is more to life than edibles.
She currently seems to prefer the company of males over females. We all have likes/dislikes. She has shown vast improvement in a short time. She doesn't get all bent out of shape if one of the kitties walks by her crate. And she is showing curiosity and an openness. Here's to Princess and her next chapter in life. She should be ready in a couple of months. Stay tuned for her continued journey of success. Update 2/27/24
Princess has lost a total of 8 lbs and has made friends with all our daycare and boarders. Go Princess!
Maggie was surrendered 1/10/24 being her guardian was unable to meet Maggie's needs. This little lady has already been thru two homes that did not suit her exuberant personality. She is a puppy, so her energy level is normal. She is working on some manners and getting the house training down good.
From what I understand she is a mixture of Beagle, Yorkshire Terrier, Chihuahua, Pug, which basically makes her a Super Mutt! This little gal has it all; smart, curious, with a personality that most will easily fall in love.
Maggie would do best in a home with other dogs being they are her favorite thing next to treats. She is great with cats and kids, but again, high energy so one would have to keep an eye on her. If she gets bored, she can be a little destructive, so giving her physical and mental enrichment is super important! Plus, she is a puppy. DOB 6/3/23 Fully vaccinated spayed 12 lbs.
Maggie has been getting use to the routine and has had no accidents. Her personality is fun loving and is the best cuddle buddy! She will need a home that has the time and energy to maintain her growth into a great dog.