Our Adopted Friends
2007 (July – August)
Here are the original stories and adoption information
about those dogs who came to us as a result of abuse or abandonment, and have
been placed in permanent homes during 2007.
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Adopted*** Lab Pups ***Adopted
The Lab puppies have all been adopted. They have gone to great homes and will
start their new lives with some great families. This one has
gone to a home to be and “only (spoiled)” dog with two teenagers to fuss
There are 8 of these gorgeous
purebred black Lab pups right here in Auburn!
They are 7 weeks old, weaned, and ready for a new home. They have had their
first shots and been wormed. What more can we say? The picture speaks for
Adopted*** Jack ***Adopted
The adorable little Rat Terrier
pup SCARS found running down an alley, scared and thin, has found a
wonderful home where he will not be lonely or frightened again. His new
name is Jack and he belongs to one of the 5 children who are all animal
lovers. Jack has new toys and a new kennel but rumor has it he might be
snuggling in someone's bed at night.
Jack is a 3 month old, male, Rat
Terrier/Beagle mix puppy. He has been dewormed and had his puppy shots. He will
not be neutered until he is 6 months old. Jack was found in an alley and
the people in the nearby office building were feeding him. He is sweet and
lovable and needs a home of his own.
Adopted*** Hannah ***Adopted
Hannah now lives on three acres
with two little boys to play with. When the boys are not home, she spends
her days resting comfortably on the sofa. All reports are that she is happy
and they love her very much. She doesn't bother anything in the house so I
guess she doesn't ever want to go back to the dump in Arkansas!!
This beautiful German Shepherd
was found in Arkansas
by a man down there on a motorcycle trip. He worried so much about her,
hanging around a dump and very thin, that he got in his car on his return
to Kansas, and drove back to get her. Unfortunately he already has 3 German
Shepherds and feels he needs to find this gal a home. She is now getting
good food and vet care and her new name is Hannah. She is up to date on
shots, weighs 83 lbs. and is housebroken.
We will report more about her as we get to know her.
Adopted*** Pilgrim (now known as Reggie) ***Adopted
Pilgrim came to us last
Thanksgiving after having been hit by a car . In addition, the couple who found
him said he dragged himself onto their porch, skin and bones. They had no
money to help him, so SCARS paid for all of his medical care and the
orthopedic surgery on his leg. Pilgrim has been adopted to a wonderful
family who have a small dog and a son who loves Pilgrim very much. His new
name is Reggie, but to us he will always be our Thanksgiving Pilgrim who
found his way into our family.
Adopted*** Rocky ***Adopted
Rocky is happily settled in his
new home with two Irish setters for brothers, Rocky no longer resides in a
dirt pen, but runs around his beautiful new home and sleeps in a big comfy
chair. Rocky's human parents are very loving and patient and he is working
through a few left over problems, but seems to be fitting in beautifully.
is a 2 year old Sheltie mix. He is neutered but we’re not yet sure if he is
housebroken. He is used to having another dog to play with but we don’t
recommend a home with cats. He is a cute little boy looking for his forever
home – call us if you’re interested.
Adopted*** Maggie ***Adopted
Magie has gone home. She now has
a "sister" named Diamond who is a beautiful German Shepherd. At
first Diamond didn’t know if she wanted any competition for affection but has
decided a lab sister is okay. Maggie has two teenaged girls to play with
and to protect now. We just know she is going to have a wonderful life.
Maggie is a beautiful, 1 year
old, black, female Labrador Retriever. She is AKC registered, spayed, housebroken
and up to date on shots. Maggie loves kids and other dogs … so why is she
not staying in her home?? Her family has moved
to a small house and yard and she has no room to run anymore. They describe
her as the “perfect dog”, and feel their relocation is unfair to her so
they will reluctantly give her up if the right family comes along.
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