13. Sounds like so long ago. But things happen. Don’t they?
Let’s do the good news first, OK? We got a call this evening from Ralph, who adopted Tippy and Copper just a few days ago. He wanted to report on the kids’ first visit to their new veterinarian. Copper was pronounced in outstanding health, and [...]
Ralph is a retired Coast Guard man who lives in Oregon. He had a very hard loss in August when his wife passed away. He’d been caring for her and their two Shelties, Jack and Jill. Ralph and his wife didn’t have human children…the Shelties are their kids. You can’t imagine [...]
Gracie was adopted from some folks who lived on a farm. She looked like she lived outside but adapted to her new families’ routine of having her live life indoors. Unfortunately she seemed to have a training problem when it came to house training so she was turned over to Sheltie Rescue. [...]
In my previous post , I mentioned that we were expecting a new girl named Zippy to come into SRU over the weekend. As Amanda told us in her comment on that post, I got the name wrong. The new kid’s name is actually "Zipper". When she came in, we were told that she has [...]
It’s time for yet another of my patented "I have a really good reason for not blogging…" excuses. Except, of course, that I don’t have a really good reason, or even a sort-of-good reason. The truth is that we’ve been busy with the usual stuff. The only "unusual" thing is something you all know about [...]