Likes: Swimming, Chasing his cuz ball, going to classes and doing what mom says.
Pet-Peeves: Birds flying over his domain(hawks) and the vacuum. Now he doesn't like the electric toothbrush.
Favorite Toy: Orbee ball and a giant rope toy
Favorite Food: Fruit, he will surf the counter for it!
Favorite Walk: The neighborhood, Lakeway dog park. Cheryl's house for training.
Best Tricks: Trooper has come a long way since we adopted him. His favorite thing to do now is bow. He does hi 5 and we are working on crawl and play dead. Roll over of course.
Arrival Story: We lost our beloved sweet girl golden and found him through our local golden rescue. He is a shadow and constant companion. He has calmed down lots since July 05 and is really at home here now with his bud Wendy.
Bio: We don't know much about his background except he is sweet with people and willing to please. He was found on a busy highway at night and rescued by a good samaritan who later took him to the shelter. Our local golden rescue picked him up from the shelter. He now has one golden sister.
Cupcake our foster went to her furever home yesterday....well us dogs thought this was her furever home, but we guess it was just a halfway house to her furever home. We really enjoyed her 5 weeks with us and it was tough to let her go, but there is only so much room at this halfway to furever home so we have to make room for other homeless pups.
It is tough to let go, especially when they are so cute and smart and sweet, but we already got a note from her new owner that they are in love so that is a good thing!
Cupcake, a lot of sweetness in a small package and furever in our hearts.
I have a foster sister from Gold Ribbon Rescue......we have had so much fun being rowdy for the last 3 1/2 weeks. She is a very cute golden mix and mom says "she has the sweetest face."
Her life is about to take a turn for the better.....though she has been doing just fine with us, she is going to her furever home maybe as soon as next week.
We hope the family that makes a visit on Tuesday decides she is right for them, but if they don't take her there are several others interested in her.
We have every confidence that she will be fine with whoever she goes with. They do home checks and must pass muster with GRR before she can be adopted.
It will be hard to let her go, but we must make room for some others to come and stay awhile. There are just too many homeless dogs out there at this time.....we have to do our part! Cupcake will always have a corner of our hearts.....:o)