Saturday, June 19, 2010

Adoption Update - Annabelle

The Belle has left the building, and with a great mom and siblings to boot!

Annabelle, now known as Sydney, has a sister and brother who are beautiful Shelties, and some feline siblings as well. Sydney's mom reports that our spoiled little girl is finally eating better (she experienced a poor appetite at the shelter), but wants to be fed like a true princess: from a spoon!

Hugs to you, Princess Sydney!

Friday, June 11, 2010


Why is it that Pomeranians always look like they're smiling? I mean, doesn't this look like a happy dog?

Well, Colby is a happy dog! He's happy in your lap, near your side, in your lap, on a walk, in your lap - you get the idea, right? He's a friendly, affectionate, and - well - happy little guy.

Colby will be three years old next month. He's been neutered and is up-to-date on his vaccinations. He has tested positive for Lyme, but he's asymptomatic. He was found to be positive during a routine vet visit, and is currently being treated.

The only time Colby isn't happy is when he has to share food and treats with another dog. Then, he's very UNhappy, and he shows it, thinking he's as big as any dog in the place!

So, if you're looking for a smiling Pomeranian, Colby might be the guy for you! Just hold the treats until the two of you are alone!

Update - Gracie

Remember this dog, with the sad, dull, and patchy coat? Gracie had lost most of it to flea allergies. It didn't dampen her spirits, but it did take away from the beautiful personality that she has.

Well, Gracie came for a visit this week, and look at her today:

Folks, this luxurious coat is brought to you by love and care! Doesn't she look beautiful!

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Adoption Update - Charlie and Oliver

Charlie (left, formerly known as Jada) was adopted from PAWS in 2004 as a 10-week old puppy, and Oliver (right, formerly known as Padre) was adopted last month when he was 3 1/2 months old.

Charlie and Oliver have become fast friends and can't play together enough! This picture was hard to get - there aren't many moments when they're actually sitting still!

Buster, the Parson Russell in the second picture, was adopted in 1999 from Russell Rescue. He likes to get in on the action, too!
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