Saturday, November 16, 2013
And when the music stopped, all but one dog had a chair…..
Hint: 10 lb Vivi bullies 45 lb Zeus right out of his bed!
I think he has a crush on her!
And there's my boy Chester!
That is too cute! Poor Zeus. He just doesn't quite fit in that small bed.
He gets that girlz rule---go Vivi!!!
Friday, November 15, 2013
As you know, puppy mill survivor Mandy was adopted this week by Trish VanSkyver and family.
Here is a video that shows her transformation from scared survivor to being ready for her forever home. Thanks to foster mom Leslie Kaucic for always being there for this little girl so that she could know love for the first time in her life and be ready for a forever family.
Thursday, November 14, 2013
For me, present for me?
I got new bones!
Thank you and you even put peanut butter inside, I could smell it!
Yum, yum, yum, yum! Don't even care about my fleece bear! My new crate or my new harness! Thank you foster family, I love you!
I love you too foster family thank you for taking care of him like he was your own. It makes my heart full and happy.
Patsy’s foster mom Patti Maddamma writes that Patsy had good news at her latest medical checkup. What great news! Bless that little girl and may she live a long life with you!
“Patsy's results came in and she is free of any urinary tract infection. Her kidneys are running properly. She does not have Cushings disease!!!! I am so blessed!!! Thank you everyone for keeping her in your prayers....she is such a sweetheart and a fighter. She deserves the best in life!!! I adore her!!! ”
Oh my gosh. Will you adopt me too?!
"Sara that is hilarious!!!
Well Winston is learning how to be a dog again. He and my failed foster, Snorky, are becoming fast friends. They enjoy playing together. Here is a picture of the 2 boys. Snorky is the one laying down and Winston is standing beside him. They make are cute pair I think.
We wish you all the best! You are in loving hands!
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Okay folks. Jack is a real mellow boy. He walks well on the leash, knows "sit', and is happy playing with a tennis ball. He is isolated in the laundry room for now but has met my guys through the gate. His tail wagged the whole time and he acted like he wanted to go play with them. his teeth are bad so Christine will have to get a dental done. He had trouble eating hard treats. I fed him a mixture of some small kibble mixed with some Innova senior formula canned food and some broth. he scarfed it right down. he is thin but not scrawny. He was found as a stray in Murray NY and the person who found him kept him for two weeks and tried to find his owner (no chip of course) and then gave him to animal control. They have had him about a month. He did not want to stay in the crate for the ride home (cried) so I took him out and put him in the seatbelt I have for my guys and he loved it, put his paws up by the window and looked outside the whole way home. He has done his business outside with no problem. He obviously wants to be with people and I will spend some one on one time with him tomorrow. Christine has contacted me already so we will make arrangements for the transfer. Shelter gave him the rabies but held everything else until Christine can get a titer done. He is a lovable little guy and will make someone a great companion. I am attaching some pictures - could not get a really good one as he is very fast. The first one is how he looked a hour after we got here - he just curled up and took a nap. So cute.
Joan S Ontario NY.
Thanks to Joan for getting Jack out of the shelter and to Christine Morse for opening up her heart and home to this boy!
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Meet Jack, my one eyed wonder dog. He is the Boston Terrier boy I pulled from the shelter today. He was found as a stray in Murray NY and had been at the shelter for about a month. He loved the ride home and wanted to look out the window the whole time.
Thank you Joan for getting him out of the Shelter and into the safe hands of Christine.
about the Boston Terrier breed including the significance of a black dot that appears
on the head of some dogs.
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Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Thanks so Sara McLaughlin, NEBTR will be featured on a segment of Station 6abc in Philadelphia on November 30 at the 9:30 am newscast. Sara spearheaded a contest to vote for NEBTR, and just got the good news that we won! It will also be posted on their website after airing so we will all be able to see it.
Amazing job, Sara!
I fostered Neo 4 years ago when he was 10 and right after I got him I adopted him (you just couldn't help it he was such a sweetie). Well, after I got him we realized he was losing his hearing (which he totally lost) and then went on to have cataracts, glaucoma which caused him to be blind in one eye and almost blind in the other. He started about 1-1 1/2 years ago with demetia and then about 6 months ago renal failure. Today he had a seizure and I brought him back to the vet for the last time. My Babyman (his nickname) is in heaven with my other boston I adopted, Loretta, and is running free hearing and seeing everything!
We are heartbroken but will go on. My 3 year old Stella who I fostered 2 years ago and then adopted, (lol yes I don't foster well) is looking for her buddy.
-- Natalie Elefante
I'm so sorry for the loss of your sweet babyman. What a wonderful life you gave him and for him to know your love.
Find healing & comfort in your memories. Run free Neo!! Go play with the angels!
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If you like to sew, try making this adorable hoodie for your dog. You can get the free sewing pattern directions here.
Monday, November 11, 2013
She has problems eating so we will get her checked to see what is going on in her mouth. This baby wants to live and took her bath well, especially the warm blankets she was wrapped in afterwards. She is alert, hungry and trying to smell things. We will continue to give you updates, today she is going to see the vet with her foster volunteer, Linda.
Good Luck little Cabbage Patch!! We are pulling for you - your safe now.