We did not rescue, we were rescued by Lord Ralph of Lilliput. He was from a mill and was only 3lbs when we got him at 10 weeks old. Weeks of medications, long nights, early mornings and “new mommy” fears were worth it. He is smart, sassy, adorable, crazy and perfect for our family.
Hugs for giving him a loving home, Nancy!
Or would a better title be…”Framed?”
(This is Sprite – adopted from Michigan Sheltie Rescue in 2011.)
Such a comedian, Debbie!
This is Remmi, a rescue from NJ Sheltie Rescue.
The sun was setting and she was patiently waiting for dinner.
Hugs for adopting such a cutie, Laura & Walt!
Daphne wanted to do something to “pay it forward” after being adopted, so she and I became a therapy team and a READING PAWS team. We visit with children in an elementary school and Daphne listens to them read. She just loves it!
Hugs to you for adopting her, Mary!
This is Ben (adopted from Second Chance Sheltie Rescue in St. Louis) getting a laser treatment.
He looks pretty happy, Angela!
Hugs for adopting and for giving him the royal treatment! :)
Please find attached the newest member of our pack. Our Heidi is on the right and Roxy is, of course, on the left. We just adopted her from the Indiana Sheltie Rescue. She is a Sheltie mix and about 4 yrs old. Her foster mother tells us that she was neglected and abused. Puppy Love came yesterday afternoon and groomed both of the girls and we think that this is the first time that Roxy has felt clean, warm and dry. We cuddled as a pack all night long. We still have some trust issues, but she follows me around all over the house. Both girls seem to be getting along well and still in the “wanna be my friend” stage. Please welcome Roxy and keep her in your prayers that she learns her forever home will be lots of love and caring.
Hugs to you for adopting, Chris!
Jack (who was adopted from Fresh Start Sheltie Rescue) demonstrates how a rescue Sheltie can really pull a room together.
What a happy coincidence, Rachel.
Hugs for adopting!
Panda and Missy were both adopted from Sheltie Rescue of Central Indiana. One very special day, Panda’s mom agreed to dog sit for her friend, Missy’s mom. Missy was a very shy, laid back and sensitive sable Sheltie who really never met another dog she could feel comfortable with. Panda was a very loving, outgoing, silly tri-color Sheltie who loved to talk.
When Missy entered into Panda’s house, her gorgeous sable-and-white hair flowing and saw dark-haired and very handsome Panda, they both were smitten with each other. Missy found Panda’s silly, loud antics fun, and Panda was calmed by Missy’s quiet, shy sensitivity. They soon fell in love. Missy and Panda got to visit each other often and enjoy each other’s company.
A sweet story, Lisa. There is somebody for everybody! :)