Our rescue dog Ivan and Barney, a former foster dog adopted by my daughter, were reunited this week for a few days. During the foster period in the summer of 2020, Barney became part of our household pack that included Ivan as well as Molly and Teddy, our veteran rescue dogs. In this shot theContinue reading “Reunion…”
We save them so they can save us.
Our rescue dog, Ivan, continues to enjoy his new surroundings. Took this photo yesterday of him “smiling” and that famous black tongue. He’s a chow-chow/ husky mix learning about life from our two older rescues, Molly and Teddy. Never a dull moment. Socks on the floor will be chewed!
If you are considering running to the pet store or a breeder to get a dog, think again. The greatest dogs in the world are ones that have been rescued from an uncertain life due to circumstances beyond their control. You can find these dogs at public shelters and at rescue organizations. Our dogs, pastContinue reading “Consider Rescue Dogs”
This week at Golden Gate Park I saw a dog that reminded me of Murphy, a German Shepherd that Anne rescued in 1995. Turns out this shepherd, Sara, is a rescue from Los Angeles. It was her eyes that made me ask the owners about their dog. Rescuers like to share stories.
Our two rescue dogs have forged a special bond with each other. Their individual personalities are subservient to their collective drive to…play as a team. They enjoy meeting other off-leash dogs, but above all, they love to run. The question you might have is who do they listen to? I can safely save the ultimateContinue reading “The Bond…”
Our two rescue dogs yesterday with looks of concern at the front screen door. Nothing happened.
After a romp at the beach yesterday, Sammy spent some of his 14th year with a solid nap. The older he gets, the more he resembles a friendly bear. He has a giant head with incredibly soft fur that strangers love to pet. Most people guess his age at 6 or 7. But when awake,Continue reading “Sleeping Bear…”
Every once in awhile I have this dream that three rescue dogs are in my car. Imagine, three, not two, dogs anxious to get in, to get out.