Cordele, now Buck, has picked his forever family and has settled in nicely! Thank you so much to his foster mom Emylee for helping him on his journey by going through 56 wonderful applications (a lot of work) and although there were many great options, chose a home she felt was the best fit for him.
From his new family: “I’m so impressed with him! He’s learned how to come up the stairs by himself in less than 24 hours and he’s now taking treats from our hand “gently”. He follows Abby out to go potty and when he’s not following her, he’s following one of us or snoozing on the couch. We had a great walk with him tonight and Jeremy worked on his leash training....he’s a sweet, smart.
Congratulations to Buck and the Day family!
George (TN) was a very popular guy and while it was a difficult task after pouring over nearly 50 applications, George has picked his forever family! Thank you to George’s foster family, the Stickles, who did a great job preparing George for this day. They say that George was a prince of a foster dog, and they are certain he will be treated like a prince in his new home, too. Congratulations George and the Twiford family!
Ella (TN) has fallen in love with her foster family so has decided to stay! From her mom Sharlinda:
Ella was a Murphy from day one. It was definitely love at first sight, and she never looked back. Ella, you will never starve again, for food or attention. We promise you will not know anything other than love and security. As a Murphy you will have more adventure and snuggles than you knew possible. Ella, you will never be lonely or forsaken again. You will grow more confident with every day, and every day you be a good girl! Dolly and Mr Kitty will be by your side not just as fur siblings but as best furiends too. Ella came to us skinny and skittish. She now has a fuller figure and we have a full heart. Thank you SEGSP rescuers for bringing this girl home. You are perfect the way you are, and a perfect fit for us. ️”
It's a very happy day – congrats Ella and the Murphy family!
Grace (FL) loves her ball and also loves her new home. That is – her foster home is now her forever home! From her new mom: “We are over the moon in love and excited for our sweet girl. We hit the jackpot with her! She is the sweetest girl and most perfect baby (our dogs are our kids!)! I Believe it was divine intervention and/or serendipity that she ended up in our home! We are so thankful to SEGSP! We couldn’t imagine her going anywhere else but right here with us and we think she feels the same! She is in a routine and loves everything about our family and loves her sissies! Every morning she wakes up so happy and appreciative giving us and her pup sisters loving/sugar!”
Congratulations to Grace and the Dellerman family!
Suttree has chosen his forever family! It was tough, and he had a lot of applicants, but his new dad Bowen was the one that fit Suttree’s needs the best. A big thank you to the Proctor family for fostering Suttree and for traveling from SC to TN to meet his new dad. They were also able to reunite with Suttree’s sister Rowan and her new family in TN at the same time. It was a sweet reunion. From their foster mom Leslie: “Suttree is ready for lots of new adventures with his dad. I’m so excited that both these pups have found great homes. It has been a pleasure getting to be a part of Rowan and Suttree’s life. My heart has been blessed having these 2 fur babies in my life.” Congratulations to Suttree and his dad Bowen!
Ranger in FL, who has been looking for his forever home for quite awhile, has finally found it! Ranger has GSP intensity x 100 so he’s been challenged to find the right home that will help keep his mind and body exercised. His foster mom Nikki has worked so hard since he entered rescue in February 2019 to guide his energy and help him on his journey to his forever home. Thank you Nikki! And congratulations to Ranger and the Sutton family!
Lady, in FL, has found her forever home! She has been in rescue since September battling heartworm disease as well as learning to be comfortable with humans. While in rescue she fell in love with her Aunt Lucy who is finishing vet school. No doubt, Lady’s time in rescue has brought her to a very good place in life. She’s happy, healthy and secure in her “shorthair.” No more intense fear or heartworms for Lady – ever again. Thank you to her foster parents Jorge and Caroline (as well as her temp foster homes with the Schmidt and Pocchiari families). Congratulations Lady and Lucy!