Senior ball chaser extraordinaire Eli found his forever home at Thanksgiving time! Yeah Eli! Here is a photo of Eli (in the back) with his new sister Emma.
Hi, I don’t think I’m doing this right but if anyone can see this, I just wanted to share how very much I am loving my precious Zee and Palmer!
Zee is now almost 4 (we think) and loves nothing more than a warm lap for snuggles and to protect us from anyone and anything that might be responsible for the doorbell
Palmer is a 3-year-old girl who would wear her baseball cap on backwards if she was human….the sweetest, gentlest tomboy ever. Palmer’s main responsibility is to keep our yard free from pesky squirrels – she actually caught one once (not my happiest day, but she IS fast) so now I make lots of noise when she’s flying out the doggy door to give the squirrels a head start
I am thankful each and every day for the work that DREAM’s volunteers and foster families do for these dogs. I wish I could let the folks who turned in Palmer and Zee know that they are happy, safe and very VERY much loved.
If there is a way to let Zee and Palmer’s foster folks know that they are happy, I would appreciate it!! If my life circumstances change, I would love to be a foster myself…but my daughter thinks I’d end up with 30 dogs that I’d never be able to give up….and she’s probably right :-/
Yeah! Little Ginger went home with her Mom & Dad today. She is looking a little sleepy in this photo because she had had her spay surgery earlier in the day. Once she is feeling better, she’ll be bouncing all over the place. Congratulations y’all!
Lola was adopted in April 2010 and is just the sweetest WeeLab you’ll ever meet! Here are a few photos from Halloween 2010. Her Mom & Dad will update more in the future.
Phoebe met her new forever family today. She fits in perfectly with them! Her new mama is definitely a dog lover extrordinaire and we can see her helping the dogs for the rest of her life! Here are a couple of family photos.