All right, folks, time for a not-so-quick soapbox statement. (Hops up with megaphone) Many of you already know this spew by heart, so maybe it will be a good "share" for others who might not. We want to address some questions that continue to pop up in interviews, emails and on our social media sites. We know there have been countless articles written about this subject, both from the "be-a-stickler" to the "don't-run-off-people" points of view, so here's our stance on things. We try to take a middle ground whenever possible, but we simply will not when it jeopardizes the well-being of our dogs.
Jessie has been in foster care for a few weeks now ... and her mom is keeping a journal we just love. She's still available for adoption and, as you can see, is going to make someone an amazing forever dog. She's loving, patient, funny, laidback and sweet as all honey ...
On Saturday, Whole Foods Market Buckhead tried something new and inventive and invited us out for an adoption event. They set us up in a high-profile spot for our dogs to meet and greet visitors as they entered and exited their busy location. Suffice it to say, it turned out fantastic!
If you weren't able to make it to our June fundraiser and bid on the condos in Cabo San Lucas, here's your chance to one-up both of those offers with a 7-night stay (September 20-27, 2014) in a Presidential Suite Condo at Hacienda del Mar.
Fostering a rescue dog is about much more than just taking a dog into your home. It's about teaching a rescue dog how to live in a home. Some dogs' situations are more challenging than others, especially the ones who have spent most of or their entire lives living outdoors--in the backyard or in breeding kennels. And then there are other dogs who just leap into your arms and are ready to adjust to and learn everything. Jessie is the latter.
Pippa came ... with incredibly advanced heartworm disease. But then she conquered ... with an incredible spirit. Now she's brought two more beautiful girls into the pack.