Hello: I found Stosh's rescue pic posted on Pinterest yesterday
(surprise!) and it made me realize how far he's come. His name was
Marky when you had him.
Back then he weighed 11 pounds and had no body fur because his fleas were so bad when he came from Alabama. But his face captivated me. And when I met him it was love at first sight for both of us. It's now three years later and he is thriving. We have a 1 acre fenced yard and he loves it!
Here's a few recent pictures of him. He's my best friend. Happy and
healthy! Thank you for connecting us! Maybe we'll make it in the
"Happy Tails" section of the newsletter!
"Thank you so much for all you do with these dogs! We adopted Sausage Link who is now named Finley (Finn for short). He has been such a joy and much needed happiness after the passing of our dachshund Ruthie. The foster home that Finn was at was very kind to him and to us during our meeting. Finn has already made himself at home with us. We love him and are so grateful to the rescue for helping him find his home."
Just a quick thank you for your passion of helping pups and fostering and finding loving homes for them. We appreciate the process in making sure that the homes they go to are worthy of the huge responsibility.
Adam & Jill
Just wanted to thank you again. Today is Blue's 5th birthday and we are so blessed to have him part of our family. Thank you for all you do.
What People Are Saying About Fluffy Dog Rescue
It's hard to
believe its already been 2 months since we adopted
Kensington! He feels right at home in our house, his bond
with us grows stronger every day as well as with his brother
Kipling. They love chasing each other around the dog
Kensington's intelligence really shined as he
cruised through his 6 week obedience training (his
certificate is displayed proudly on our fridge), in fact we
are strongly considering getting him AKC Canine Good Citizen
certification in the future!
We are so glad to have him as part of our
Below is a link to one of the most meaningful letters I have ever received while rescuing.