There are really no words that can express how we feel about Pearl. WE LOVE HER !!! She has fit in beautifully with my other two dogs, Bruno and Vida. She is such a sweet, loving gentle little girl. Every night when I stretch out on the couch to watch TV, she climbs up on my chest and sleeps there, she loves to be loved, she is extremely smart and well trained and she literally dances at times, when we come home, or she knows food is coming. We cannot remember life without her.
Lynn and Bob
From Harry’s mom: He is awesome, so perfect we couldn’t be happier with him!! Thank you so much.
We’re so happy for him and your family.
Thank you for the inquiry and I have to tell you that Simba (aka Andy) is doing just great. I couldn’t ask for a better companion. I had a Beagle (a rescue also) for 16 years and he passed away a year ago, I never thought I could love another dog as much as I did him, but Simba has proved that wrong. I couldn’t love him more and he has turned out to be just perfect for me. His hair has grown in nicely, he put on a few lbs. and he is pretty smart, he has learned a few tricks, walks great on a leash and just adores my granddaughter. We came to the Halloween parade that Coming Home [hosted] to show him off.
I am truly blessed to have him and thank you for all the work the rescue group does in finding homes for these beautiful dogs.
All the best,
That’s right! Five! Count ’em five of our pooches found their forever families. How PAWsome of a day! Join us in the celebratory Conga line for:
Rocket and his new mom
Jagger and his new bros
Ugg’s Mom and Dad
Wilson and his family
“I’m all ears” Leyla was in foster with our volunteer, Ann, and her family. It was a perfect match so she’s staying put.
I wanted to send a few selfies and say THANK YOU for taking such good care of me while trying to find my forever people! They love me soooo much and I’ve got them wrapped around my paw already. I’m still trying to work on them with letting me get away with everything, but they seem to have a constant eye on me! I’ve got them signed up for classes, so I can teach them how to really treat a pup – we will see how they do. I give them lots of encouragement and puppy kisses in the mean time.
It’s been a couple of busy days since coming home. I’ve been on walks, running in the yard, watching the deer (okay, barking at them a bit too), going to dad’s studio, and even trying to play with the cats. They don’t seem to mind me hanging around, but they get all fluffy when I try to play – silly kitties. We think we will all be good citizens of the house though.
I can’t wait to meet my new doctor (Dr. Mike) tomorrow. I hear he’s great. I’m sure he will love me and say I can eat anything I want – well, I’m hoping anyway. :)
I better get back to my rope and my chew bones. They need to know who’s boss!
Thank again! You do an amazing and much needed work! Dad says he’s going to plan some fundraisers at the studio for you too once the doors get open.
Woofs and licks,