Our sweet senior gal Ginger has some happy news – 1) her heartworm test (after 4+ months of treatment) is NEGATIVE, and 2) she is HOME! She’s staying right where she is with her foster family, the Turners.
Ginger has been through so much since being rescued 7 months ago: heartworm treatment, surgery to remove two mammary tumors and a growth on her eyelid and repair of a hernia. She was found on the streets in SC with horrible skin issues and very few teeth and was estimated to be older than 10. Ginger, we don’t know what happened to you before rescue or if you’d ever experienced love, but we know without doubt that for the rest of your life you will be loved and cherished – our goal for every GSP!
From her new mom: “She is the most beautiful and loving GSP. It is a joy to have her in our lives.” Thank you Donna and Pat and congratulations!
Benny has an important announcement to make – he is HOME! His foster parents are now his forever parents and they adore him (just what he was looking for)! Benny is a senior and has a lot of challenges…he has a heart murmur and chronic bronchitis plus possibleother ailments (and is teeth-challenged). However sometimes, the toughest foster dogs work their way into your heart the fastest!
Congratulations to Benny and the Arrowood family – it’s a very happy day!
Cookie has found her forever home! She’s just hangin out with her new family by the fire…
Thank you to her foster mom Dottie for taking the time to find the perfect family for her From her dad Fred: “Things are going well and we are very happy with her. She sleeps a lot! She sleeps all over the house. ..my office..spare bedroom ..master bedroom..and right here in living room in front of fireplace. She will disappear in the house and I find her sleeping in one of the rooms. We love Cookie. She is very sweet and loves attention!”
Congratulations to Cookie and the Smith family!
Shadow, now Milo, has been dropped off at his new home with the Klausner family!! He was loaded up and ready to be loved forever!
Milo came to rescue very scared and timid but his foster family helped him overcome his fears and find his forever home.
Thank you to the Enriquez family for taking care of Milo. And congratulations to Milo, Sheila, Curt, and Aubrey!
Ray has it really great at his foster home...so he's decided that's where he wants to stay. Forever. CONGRATS to the Greene family who fostered Ray through heartworm treatment and kennel cough. Sometimes the hardest foster dogs are the ones we get attached to the most. Ray is thrilled his family failed at furniture prohibition, cuddles him in the bathroom when a storm hits and is now affectionately called a "foster fail." He is getting along with his feline sibling Kitty, but Puma (aka Little Butt), his other cat sibling is secretly thrilled that he can frighten Ray "forever" now LOL!
From his new mom: "He's listening so well and becoming a great part of the household. He barks when needed. Runs like a crazy pup. Carries his toys all over. Sleeps under the covers with me which feels so good on my arthritic knee! He communicates when he wants to go out to do his business, go for a walk, play, and eat by giving me THE STINK EYE. We ADORE him, as do my family and friends. I think he wants a canine sibling, the cats are good to hang with, but so far still wary of The Chase Game."
Congrats Ray and enjoy a long, health and happy life with your forever family. It's a happy day!
Alamo, now called Moe, has found his forever home! His new family met him halfway (a 3 hour drive for both of them) and he also met his new canine sibling Heidi – and it was a huge success and he's on his way HOME – YAY! He now has a large, fenced yard, and if today is any indication, Moe and Heidi will spend a lot of time outside chasing and playing. She is going to be a great big sister to him. Sadly Heidi's bother Murphy, a SEGSP alumnus, passed away a few months ago of lymphoma, so Alamo will be helping his family heal. A huge thank you to his foster mom Mandy for all she has done to save Moe and find his family. Congratulations Moe and the Glassmyer family!
Ruger has found his forever family! He came to a rescue after his last owner turned him in because of his high energy. So Ruger now has a family that appreciates his zest for life and lets him go hunting and enjoy excursions. Thank you Kristine for fostering Ruger and congratulations to Ruger and the Hutto family!