Rex (on left) has found his forever home! His new Mom Lauren says he's doing awesome and is a very smart little dude. He’s assimilated into the pack beautifully, is getting along great with his two canine siblings and 2-legged kiddos also and has even learned how to use the dog door and new commands "off", "leave it" and "in your bed!” Rex will be headed to a big race on Halloween and gets to switch off running with his Mom throughout the race. Very cool! We’re looking forward to those photos… Congratulations to Rex and his new family and a big thank you to his foster Dad Earl for helping him through heartworm treatment and finding his forever home. It’s a happy day!
Penelope, who has been in rescue since June of 2018 and on the website for many months without finding a home, has found her place in the world with her foster family!
Penelope came to rescue from an overcrowded shelter in NW Florida and was about to be euthanized when we were contacted.
From her Mom Lisa: “After much consideration, thought, and discussion with my daughter, after all this time I don't think we will be able to part with our Sweet P and would love to adopt her. She has ended up adapting really well to our schedules and lifestyle and Penelope absolutely loves my daughter and her Grandma (my Mom)!!”
Capri, now Maple, has found her forever home! A big thank you to the Shirley family for fostering Maple and our volunteer Laura for acting as her Adoption Coordinator. Maple was found by a Good Samaritan and after searching for her owners came to rescue for help. She is now safe and sound with the Styer family in TN with a wonderful life ahead of her. What a beautiful girl – it’s a happy day! Congratulations everyone!
Happy news for a Friday morning! Roxie has found her forever home!
Her foster Mom scoured many applications looking for the right family for Roxie that could handle her special needs since her early life was tragically abusive. With tears of happiness her foster Mom Vicky announced she found the perfect home for Roxie with the Kelley family. The Kelley home visit notes included words like gentle, understanding, patient, kind and impressive. Vicky said those words were spot on and it was an easy decision.
From Vicky: “I know Roxie will continue to blossom into a confident GSP with them. They will continue to show Roxie what life is all about with her best interests in mind.” From Roxie’s new Mom: “We are so happy to get to give Roxie all the love she deserves.”
Thank you Vicky for everything you’ve done for Roxie and congratulations Roxie and the Kelley family!
Copper, fostered by our NC/SC State Coordinator Kristin, has decided he really loves his foster home so, yup, he’s staying right there. Forever! HAHAHA even our Coordinators aren’t immune to the foster fail syndrome!
Copper’s new human sister Gracie adores him and Copper shows his love in return by keeping her warm at night.
Congratulations Kristin, Gracie and Copper!
Mercedes and Lexi, our two precious seniors that are bonded and needed a home together, have hit jackpot!
They will not only have two loving parents but also a gorgeous house and yard to explore and relax in.
Thank you Sydney for fostering these two beauties and congratulations to the Scott family!
Sawyer was the last of Brittany’s 6 puppies to be adopted but he’s finally home!
Thank you Chelsea for fostering a puppy (not an easy task) and finding the right home for Sawyer.
Congratulations to the Gregor family – Sawyer will have a big fenced yard and another GSP, Grady, to keep him company and teach him the ropes.
Lucious has found his forever home! And what a road trip to get there! Thank you so much Alicia for fostering this handsome boy. And thank you to our volunteer Tammy for allowing Lucious to hang with her while she traveled all the way from Florida to NC to meet his new Dad. It was an adventure of a lifetime (awesome pics to prove it too)! Congratulations to Lucious and the Foley family!