No one said it would be easy, they only said it would be worth it.
Meet Darling! Darling was founded with her sibling as very young pups in the mountain. Unfortunately when rescuers found them, her litter mates were deceased due to starvation. Darling and her sibling were taken in by rescuers and has been living in a foster home. She is very sweet and friendly. Darling is great with other dogs. Regardless of a rough start in life, Darling still has a very positive outlook. We are looking for a home who understands the responsibilities of owning and raising a pup. She is patiently waiting! 💕
"Peanut (fka Darling) has been such a good girl, and we couldn’t be happier welcoming her into our home. We’ve had her for a little over two weeks now, and we feel like we have come such a long way from day one. Alex and Jamie (her foster parents) for gave us a lot of advice to make sure we had a smooth transition. She is opening up herself to new people, dogs, and experiences, and learning so quickly! This past weekend, she made her first human friend and really bonded with our cousin, and played with another dog in the dog park for the first time. Her favorite trick is a standing “high five” and we recently taught her how to crawl; we are now trying to teach her how to roll over. Peanut is so fast and she loves to run at full speed, whether it be in a large open space, or a smaller enclosure when she has the zoomies. She also LOVES to roll around in the grass so much that she starts slithering like a snake. Coincidentally, we connected with Peanut’s foster parent in Korea on Instagram and learned more about her past, and got some super cute photos of her as a puppy; she hasn’t changed one bit! Feel free to follow Peanut on IG to see what she's up to (instagram.com/peanutbutterjindo). We are so lucky to have Peanut in our lives, thank you so much Melody!"
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.