Happy Gotcha Day Miss Marmalade! Adopted January 7, 2012
New Beginnings 2012
December 12, 2011 – Happy Gotcha Day, Walker Thomas! Meet Walker Thomas. He and his sister Betsy were dropped off at a vet by their owner. They are both around one year old and around 50 pounds. Walker is handsome with a nice block head. They both can be only dogs. Walker is loving and
December 3, 2011 – Happy Gotcha Day, Sonny! UPDATE:Sonny is doing great in his foster home. He loves the kids and he is just so well behaved. Sonny is Cher’s brother. He is 6 months old and super cute. He is a little more laid back than Cher yet equally cute. His tail is short (finally a tail
December 9, 2011 – Happy Gotcha Day, Dali! UPDATE FROM FOSTER MOM: Dali is a very well mannered puppy. She gets along great with her four older foster brothers and sisters and is great around children. She makes an awesome snuggle bug at night, and doesn’t mind sharing the bed with the cats. She is definitely Ms.
Happy Gotcha Day Miss Jenny! Adopted 1/7/2012 UPDATE FROM FOSTER MOM: Miss Jenny is a very well behaved labbie and gets along great with her foster brother and sisters. She is fully house trained, never an accident and uses the doggie door. She loves to play outside with the toys and brother and sister. She
December 3, 2011 – Happy Gotcha Day, Jellybean and Choc! Welcome little 5 month old Jellybean! She is a beautiful black lab with rich brown eyes and a very loving and affectionate personality. She settles in nicely in the crate and appears to not care one way or the other about cats. Jellybean is very
December 3, 2011 – Happy Gotcha Day, Fiona! Look how cute our little new addition is! Miss Fiona was turned in to us by her owner who did not want her anymore. She sweet, cute and crate trained. She is around 10 weeks old and ready for a new family to love her forever.
December 3, 2011 – Happy Gotcha Day, Jellybean and Choc! Meet Mr Chocolate. I know the name is not very creative but this is his original name so we decided to keep it. He was turned in to animal control by a family who could not keep him anymore. His collar was a shoestring so