Saturday, April 2, 2016
Friday, April 1, 2016
Both boys are a part of my pack and get along with everyone. They love other dogs and people and are very loving & cuddly. They have found their space on my bed and Jaxx (GSD) has his space and no problems. I just discovered that Boo also likes to get down under the blanklets which is not a Dalmatian trait, but a BT trait. His momma was a pure bred BT. I did some investigative work to try to determine Cappy’s actual age. I called the Vet whose name was on his original Rabies tag from 2011 and he was still there. He told me the green tag from 2011 was a 1 year tag and Cappy was probably a puppy about 3-4 months old. That means he was born around Sept. or Oct. of 2010 making him 5 ½ years old. I gave him a birthday of Oct. 1st, 2010 so now we do know his age.
Both boys are house broken for the most part (there have been a couple of accidents) and know where to go outside as shown in the attached pictures. My Jaxx is never very far behind them.
Sandy Z, Foster Mom to Cappy & Boo
Maggie has had this bone in her mouth for the past 10 minutes following me around the house. When I finally sat down on the couch, she laid next to me, put her paw on my arm and rolled onto her side so I could rub her belly. Maggie still kept the bone in her mouth! I just adore this girl!!!
Coquito received his blanket from Courtney Kulp the day before he left me!! I tried to get one with him alone but my Boston Cash loved snuggling with it just as much as Coquito did (Coquito is the one under the blanket)! It went with him to his forever home 😆 thank you so much! Such a wonderful thoughtful idea.
Thank you again Courtney. I'm sure it helped Coquito know that he was going to be loved and comforted forever more.
Thursday, March 31, 2016
NEBTR rescued Barca, the deaf Boston from Puerto Rico on Easter Sunday.
Barca was posted on FB several months ago when his owner in PR was
unable to stop his barking and his neighbors were getting very upset.
Barca is just 3 years old, handsome and healthy, intact but arrived very
stressed and confused from his long travel day and new surroundings.
Attached is the image of his foster Mom, Amanda, sleeping on the floor
with him all night to soothe his anxiety.
Barca is the one snuggled up to Amanda's legs.
Yes, Amanda stayed on the floor all night with him.
It may be a long road for Barca and Amanda. This journey is new to both
We are proud of Amanda's dedication and that of all of our foster Mom's
who sacrifice so much to help the Bostons who need them!
Amanda, you are an amazing angel! Barca is a lucky little guy to be fostered by an angel. I think Barca knows he has finally found someone who understands him.
All fosters are angels sent to care for those who need a gentle touch. I admire you all! - Joyce