Quincy (11+) and Abby (13) are special needs LRCP rescues. In Quincy’s case “special” means senior, blind, diabetic … he sees in different ways … and far better than many sighted dogs we know.
My name is Rory. I am a four year old Irish Setter. My Mom calls me her heart dog. Her dream-come-true dog. I like when she says that but love it more when she calls me her silly boy. I like a lot of things.
My name is Sandy! I was born, January 2005. I was the runt of my litter and the only pup, out of my siblings, with no spots. When I came into the world I needed CPR to survive.
“Hello, my name’s Sid and I’m a beagle. I have a best friend called Alice and I like to sleep a lot.
The Easter Bunny called in sick again this year …
Hi, our names are Daisy Mae and Lily Lou. We love to have our picture taken as we always get cheese as a reward.
This is Pixie, she was adopted from Canine Rescue of Central PA.
Hi everyone, I’m Daizy! My mom found me when I was just eight weeks old in the middle of a street in Tucson. Lucky for me, she scooped me up and took me home with her.
Hi, my name is Bocephus. I was found running around as a stray with my friend/sister Kaylee. They estimated our ages to be 9 and 6 years old at the time.
Chloe and Forrest Gaudreau ponder, “Why does Mom make us wear hats? Hello? Doesn’t she realize we’re dogs?! Um, we were born wearing fur coats! Harumph!”