Saturday, December 12, 2015
Our lovely Flo went to the Bridge yesterday. We rescued Flo 3.5 years ago, blind, deaf, sick and stray. Flo had only one ear that went up and had thick beautiful fur on her chest. This year, she had become very confused and would walk in circles and no longer knew her way around. Her only peace was when she was sleeping. Rest in eternal peace my lovely lady. Maxy will be so happy to see you. xo
My former foster Glory, a sweet, gentle pup, was adopted by the Travis Family in 2014, a wonderful home with great parents. He even has a weekend home in the country, what a life! His Dad sent me the following message and picture. I just love happy endings!
Jeanne Dross aka Rosie's mom, mother of Abigail
Thanks for the card!! Your pup is a big girl now!!! Awesome photo!! Glory sends best wishes to you guys! He is doing really well! His personality has changed so much, especially in the last couple of months! He i s still one of the mellowest Bostons you will ever meet, but he genuinely relaxes much more than he ever did. He seemed to stress a lot early on, and our goal has been to ease that as much as we can. His favorite activity is long hikes in the woods!! Who knew?! That's where he becomes a kid again, but is excellent on a leash!!! He's my boy!!!
Happy holidays and happy new year!!!
Friday, December 11, 2015
Thursday, December 10, 2015
NEBTR wants to give a heartfelt THANK YOU to Dr Michele Yasson for conducting a very informative Webinar for our members. She discussed the importance of good nutrition and the severe reactions our pets suffer from being over-vaccinated. Several of NEBTR's fosters are benefiting from Dr Yasson's holistic treatment approach to restore health to their bodies. To learn more about Dr Yasson you can visit her website at www.Holvet.net.http://www.holvet.net/index.html We highly recommend her!
I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Desiree and I live on Long Island in Southampton, NY I am excited to get started and can't wait to welcome my first foster.
I lost my girl Chloe' on November 3rd after a battle with CHF that was diagnosed in June 2015. Thanks to our vet we were able to spend 6 more months with her. Making the decision to put her down was the hardest thing I have ever had to do. I also have a Rottweiler named Bella who is 8, very calm and submissive.
I first thought about adopting through a rescue, but I kept seeing the pleas for foster homes on every sight. As I thought more about the ads I knew that's what I had to do to honor my girl. For every dog I foster and adopt out, that's one less dog that's been euthanized.