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Happy Adopted Rescue's

With my new assignment as Foster Coordinator, I have been receiving lovely replies to my introduction email checking on the status of all foster homes that are list on my list.

Here is one of the replies I received from Char Pierce. She had started out fostering these beautiful sheltie’s — three fosters at first, [...]

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Pumpkin – Ancient but Beautiful – Getting Cutting Edge Cancer Treatment. This is a great story.

Indomitable

by Eva Saks on 07/09/11

To some, courage is a thousand men landing on a distant beach. To others, courage is a mother. To me, courage is a small brown dog soldiering on despite every obstacle known to dog and man.
Pumpkin is bravery personified. I pulled this dauntless 14-year old Sheltie from LA’s East Valley kill [...]

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I’m Almost Ready To Quit

Yeah, yeah, yeah. You’ve all heard it before. Poor, poor me.

Well, eventually, one gets serious. I truly don’t know how much longer Sheltie Rescue of Utah will continue under the current funding and fostering model.

Barbara and I got home late last night (about midnight) from having spent 12 days at the American Shetland Sheepdog Association’s [...]

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Dakota’s New Adventure

Well, we’re down to 13 dogs (for today, at least — we may get another one tomorrow). Dakota just left with a fantastic retired couple from near Twin Falls, ID. For the moment, it’s a "foster" situation, but everybody believes that it won’t stay that way for long…it’ll turn into an adoption. (In fact, the [...]

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Busy Weekend!

Wow. Where to start?

Yesterday morning, the lovely people who rescued Daisy (a/k/a Daisy Mae) three or four years ago (and nursed her through the loss of her leg — which was caused by her being hit by a car, not an infection as I suggested yesterday!) brought her over to our house. Daisy was a [...]