No one said it would be easy, they only said it would be worth it.
Meet Rose! Rose was rescued along with a few other stray puppies when they were abandoned in a rural farm land with no food or shelter. Sadly this is a common area where puppies and other dogs are dumped when they are no longer wanted. Thankfully rescuers were able to get these puppies off the streets and to the vet for a fully check up. Rose is a sweet and loving puppy who would love nothing more then to find her forever home. We are looking for a home that understand the responsibilities of owning and raising a puppy. Rose is patiently waiting!
"Melody, We were so unsure and nervous about the whole process and it all turned out so much better than we could have imagined. Melody you have been so responsive and helpful in times of need. Rose was spayed a few days before her arrival and very quickly helped answer our questions about her medication. When Rose first arrived we took it very slow with her. We let her come out of her crate on her own. It took about an hour before she ventured out exploring our house. I picked her up and walked her around. After an additional hour she was running around playing with us. She loves to play with our two children. Ever since then she has adjusted very well and quickly! She sleeps in her crate at night until morning. I am amazed at how quickly she acclimated to the time difference and adjusted to our routine. She fits right into our family. She is very sweet and loves to be held and snuggled. We are working on potty training but has made progress every single day. She’s able to go straight through the night with no accidents! She has been introduced to my sister’s two Boston Terriers and they are now best of friends. We go on walks with them and schedule play dates. She loves to play with them! Her temperament with our children and other dogs is what we had hoped when we adopted her. Our 7-year old daughter frequently picks her up and walks her around the house. Our 5-year old boy loves to play chase and rough house with her. When we approach other dogs at the park or on walks she stays very calm and friendly. There has been so much joy brought in to our home. One of my favorite things she does is at the end of everyday she will snuggle up on my lap and fall asleep until it’s time to go to bed in her crate. "
If you have extra time on your hand and would like to help please consider volunteering! Rescue groups need dedicated volunteers to help with events, fundraisers, home checks, transports, etc. All of these things help enable the rescue to expand their network and help more dogs in need.