Just over a week ago, I blogged about the current “State of the Pack”, promising I’d blog about some of the newer dogs individually. Well, I don’t have time even today, but a promise is a promise
Today, I want to talk about one of the puppy mill dogs that we received from up [...]
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We have the most precious pair of kids here…and among them are Alex and Missy. Alex is an 11 year old Sheltie-boy who comes with Missy, his companion of 11 years who’s a female Miniature Schnauzer. Alex was her ticket into SRU. They are a real team after eleven years of companionship and we want [...]
I feel terrible that I haven’t blogged in many days. I have some pretty good excuses (e.g., my day job’s overwhelming, I’ve been working on a new version of the SheltieRescueMall web store, the 2008 ASSA National Sheltie Specialty is coming up fast, blah, blah, blah), but so what…
I thought it might be interesting to [...]
Jackie and Mom Jenny are celebrating Jackie’s 3 year birthday! Look how well behaved Jackie is with that yummy cake right in front of her. Jackie’s got quite a coat. She looks a bit chubby but she’s not…she’s just got one very big coat on a very little girl! Happy Birthday Jackie! – Barbara, Jim, [...]
Evie is settling in with Mom Judi and family and it sounds as though she’s been working hard at training them all to know their roles vis-a-vis Evie. As Queen of the Manor Evie, while not having a pack of Shelties to put through their paces anymore, finds herself with a yard full of wildlife [...]
I thought it might be fun to show everybody a video that we took late in 2007 – of Tommy (our blind and deaf white Sheltie) and Jackson (a Corgi we rescued) playing. They played very nicely with each other, and Jackson figured out how to play with Tommy so he didn’t get scared or [...]
We miss you more than there are words to describe. I needed you to be in your crate at meal time to bark at me to remind me that I hadn’t given you your breakfast or dinner yet. I need you to be on the ottoman next to the bed each night. I need [...]