** ADOPTED** Stevie - the blind dog who sees with his heart
We love all our dogs in the rescue, we really do, and not in the way that your mom tells you she loves all her kids but you just *know* you are her favorite ;) Sometimes though we come across a dog who just seems to creep a little deeper into the crevices of our hearts for whatever reason - their story (but really they all have a sad story - being a homeless dog is really all the sad you need), the timing with other circumstances in your life, they remind you of a past pet.
** ADOPTED** Arthur - the weirdest (and cutest) dog-cat around
I will admit it - I am a dog-ist. I prefer my dogs to be BIG. The droolier and sillier they are, the better in my mind. Perhaps its in my genes, I come from a long line of big dog loving women. My grandmother always had rough coat collies when I was a kid, and my mom had setters and shepherds. The joke in our family is that my first word was "dog" , followed closely by "mine" and "no". These probably remain my 3 most used dogs, with a few more adult words I have since l
**ADOPTED** Darwin - the coolest dog with the worst luck
Over and over we are asked by potential adopters for dogs who are "non-pitbull" and great with kids. Yet, we have one and he just cannot seem to catch a break. NOT. A. ONE. Our history with this dog is long and sordid (well actually more just long, and less sordid) but starts with him ending up at a local shelter last fall as an approx 1 year old fun-loving, energetic hound mix who was returned when his family was moving. Housebroken, and good with kids. All BIG check mar