We wanted to send you some pictures of Clyde and let you know how he is doing…
Clyde has been settling in nicely over the last 2 weeks. He is getting used to all the new sights and smells of his yard and starting to realize that this is his forever home! We have enjoyed getting to know him as well, as everyday brings something new that we learn about him. It took him about a week to dig into his toy basket, and now enjoys taking all the toys out at once to give them all equal playtime! He’s learning to return the ball, (but prefers to play keep away), he loves the backyard, and is getting more comfortable exploring without us being right with him. He loves his bed and has decided that he likes to sleep in as well. He will get up with us, give kisses, and go right back to sleep. He LOVES to be brushed and will now roll over on each side without being prompted. He’s doing well with his basic commands and is quick to learn and eager to please.
We have had so much fun with him, it feels like he has been part of our family forever! We can’t believe someone didn’t adopt him earlier, although we are so happy he waited for us! Clyde is such a sweet, funny boy, we just love him!!
Thank you for saving Clyde and taking such great care of him!
Tom, Wendy and Clyde
We picked up Scout on Friday April 10th (Good Friday) and we’ve had such a wonderful weekend getting to know this little pup. He is as sweet as can be, loves to snuggle, loves to play, and loves giving kisses. Scout is a golden retriever and wheaten terrier mix. We found him at an adoption center in California that rescues dogs. We feel so blessed to add this precious little guy to our family!
Morgan – Thought you might like to see some fotos of Tallulah, now known as Reilly. She is really smart – she knows her new name already and comes when I call (every time!) she also has learned to sit when commanded. All this is in the first day home. She rode in the passenger seat on towels all the way home from Tehachapi, a nine hour trip. She’s good on a leash with the harness. She loves people, barks at the cat and other dogs, the train which runs on a trestle high above the river a little downstream from my yard.
Thank you for the work you do; I wouldn’t have found this little sweetheart without you and your organization.