Tilley has found her forever home right here in SC. Yay! She was adopted over the weekend to Mary Ann. Tilley will be able to continue her training in St. George every week and live the retired life with Mary that she deserves.
From her foster mom, “I had the pleasure of fostering this sweet girl before she entered training and a huge thank you to Betsy and her staff the love, time, and attention they gave her during her training.”
It’s official…Oreo is home! The amazing first update we received gave us a feeling it was forever, but not even a day after we posted, it was official. We are so very happy for Oreo and his new family. Some may think the term “foster fail” sounds bad, but not to us! Congrats!
Dolly (AL) is officially a FOSTER FAIL! From her foster (now forever) mom Robyn, “I promised myself I would actually successfully foster again, but this goofy girl has convinced us otherwise. Cannot imagine our house without “the Dolls.” She is a hot mess with the sweetest disposition. She wants to please and loves to work. She also loves to give kisses and snuggle.”
Yeah…we saw this one coming LOL! CONGRATS!
We are so thrilled to announce that Rye has found his forever home!
From his new mom, “We met Rye by chance with his foster mom, and within a few minutes of playing with him we fell in love with him. He was so sweet and well behaved, and when we found out he was up for adoption we knew it was meant to be! We had been waiting for the right time to adopt a dog and all the stars seemed to have aligned! He has already brought so much joy to us and we are so thankful we were chosen to be his forever home!”
Rye, we couldn’t be happier for you and your new family-and for that chance meeting! Special thanks to his foster family, the Richardsons, for fostering him and carefully pouring over all of his applications to make sure the ideal spot for him was chosen. We can’t wait to see Rye continue to live the best life ever in his new home.
Felix has found his home! And he didn’t have to go far. From his mom, former foster mom, Gigi,
“Felix, now Boone, was already on the adoption page when I figured out I'd made a mistake. We were walking our normal around the river path when he approached an older man sitting on a bench. Boone sat down next to him and allowed the man to pet him without saying anything. He’s a wonderful dog and is a wonderful brother to both Sadie and Lily. He will keep me active along with his sister and they will keep each other occupied when I can’t be with them. Thank you SEGSP for allowing me to adopt such a great dog.”
And thank you, Gigi for being an amazing foster mom and now, forever mom. When it’s meant to be, it’s meant to be. We are so happy for you and your four-legged family.
Ms. Willow (SC) has found her forever home! From Darrin, her foster dad, “The Bennett family drove up from Alabama eager to meet her. Once here we knew this was the perfect family for her. She enjoyed the long trip back with plenty of naps. They said she is settling in nicely and I’m sure she loves her new home. Willow grew so much the time she was with us, and the patience paid off. Excited for her new life and home where she will be so loved and spoiled.”
We’re also excited to hear updates since they plan to train Willow as a therapy dog! How exciting! Thank you, Darrin, for helping Willow find her forever home. And congratulations to Willow and the Bennett family!
Nash has finally found his forever home! His new dad Jerry, who lives near Nash’s foster parents, has been getting to know Nash for a while now and when Jerry pulled up to pick him up, Nash went ballistic. From his foster mom Cheyenne, “I was anticipating his normal excitement when someone comes in the house but this was a whole different level. I rode with Jerry to his house to help contain Nash’s excitement and as soon as Nash got in the backyard with Jerry he was over the top excited all over again. He has gotten so attached to him in such a short period of time. It makes me so happy. Jerry said it really only took him a couple of days to settle in and get past the anxiousness. He’s still learning the dos and don’ts in a new house but overall is doing really really well and they’ve gotten into a good routine. … I love my dogs more than anything in the world and my entire life revolves around them to the point that people think I’m crazy but there was just something so special about Nash. At the end of the day I think he landed right where he was meant to be.
And Cheyenne’s comments about fostering… “Fostering is so much different than I expected… so much more meaningful and emotionally so much tougher… but so incredibly worth it. We got the email to foster Moose not long after we signed up and I remember calling my husband so excited and I told him we had to foster him because we may never get another chance to foster again. I never could have imagined how big the need was.”
Thank you Cheyenne and Joshua – you were just what Nash needed and we’re excited that you’ll be able to see Nash from time to time. We look forward to updates. Congrats Jerry and Nash!
It’s hard for Dudley’s foster mom to get him to stand still long enough to take a photo, but she finally succeeded! And he has BIG news…he loves his foster family so much that he is staying right where he is
From his mom Katie, “I’m a total foster fell and am in love with him! He’s 100% done with treatment and goes back in October for one final scan! His name is now officially Dudley Do Right LOL!! And our other pointer is in love with him!”
Congratulations Katie, Tom and Dudley!
After carefully reviewing dozens of applicants, Winnie, one of our puppies from the hoarding case earlier this year, has made her choice for her forever home with the Furr family.
From Winnie’s new mom, “We have had a great first weekend with Winnie! Everyone is adjusting well. She had a blast playing with our son outside with the water. She is so sweet and snuggly (after getting all that puppy energy out of course)! We are so thankful to have been picked as Winnie’s forever family. We knew we had to apply for her the moment we saw her adoption picture. We have one 11-year-old GSP already and they are truly a special breed. We knew we wanted to get another one when it came time to grow our family and find the dog our six-year-old son would grow up with. SEGSP Rescue has been wonderful through the whole process from communication, coordination and the care they have for their dogs. I am so glad we are now officially part of the SEGSP family”
Winnie, it looks like you are fitting right in. And we know your big sis, Edy, is going to enjoy showing you the ropes. We are so excited for Winnie and are so grateful to the Haynes family for fostering her and loving her these last few months.”
The group photo has foster mom and brother on the far right and new mom, dad, brother and fur sister on the left. Winnie is so lucky to have such a wonderful circle of people that love her, and she gives the love right back! Congratulations!
Cash, one of our 10 puppies, has found his forever home and celebrated with a fun day at the pool! A huge thank you to Cash’s foster parents, Marjie and Richard, for preparing Cash for this day.
And congratulations to Cash and the Freeman family!