'Latest News' Archive for January 2010
CongRATulations to the Costello/Lid family!
Angelique is a true gem! She has been saved from a southern shelter and is just amazing. She loves people, loves to play, loves other dogs, loves everything! She’s a cutie, to boot! She’s house trained, good with dogs and cats and an expert at snuggling. She just sits with you and gazes adoringly. When you want to play, she’s rarin’ to go! At just 2 years old and about 12 pounds, she makes the perfect compact winter addition! Please see more photos of Angelique and don’t miss her video of fun with a Jolly Ball.
CongRATulations to the Eberspacher family!
My name is Bugsley. I am between 4 and 5 months old. I was picked up as a stray at about 3 months of age. I became very stressed at the shelter with all of the dogs barking and making so much noise that I got really scared at the place and stopped eating. I have been at my foster home for a couple of weeks and I have put almost all my weight back on, I weigh 7.3 pounds now. I had forgotten what is was like to be a puppy: running through the house and playing with my toys. I tried to play with a cat (but he really didn’t want to play with me so now I just ignore him). I do love playing with my foster dog-siblings. We have so much fun together. I am completely crate trained and I am working on my house training. I love all people who come in the house. I have not gone out too much since I have just received my puppy shots. If you are looking for a puppy to fulfill your life, look no further!
CongRATulations to the Cormier family!
Bonnie (Bonita) came from Texas along with her three brothers and sisters. They were found in the woods alongside their deceased mother, and had a terrible start in life. Not only was she orphaned, she had lost nearly all her fur to a terrible case of the mange. As you can see, almost all her fur has grown back nicely, and she’s doing great! Bonnie weighs about 7 pounds and is about 15 weeks old. She is friendly and playful, and just a happy pup! Please follow her progress as she recovers from her poor start in life. Bonnie and her brothers and sister would love to have homes where they can blossom and grow into perfect little Ratties! Is that home yours?
CongRATulations to the Cadzow family!
Trinity and her siblings have a sad story to tell. They were discovered in the woods near Nacogdoches, Texas, beside their deceased mother. They were nearly bald from mange, and in seriously bad health. A good Samaritan took them to the shelter, and they contacted ResQ. Trinity stayed in Austin for several weeks before coming to her foster home in Arkansas. Trinity has her full tail, and is the most personable of the four. She is also the smartest! She weighs about 5 pounds at 15 weeks, and about 90 percent of her fur has grown back in, all shiny and soft. Watch as she and her siblings recover!