Blaze came our way a year and half ago. He was such a scared little fella. He hid under our deck, and we had to climb under the deck to get him. It took a lot of patience, time & love, but he has come around. He loves to play with our gang. In ten years of doing rescue we never kept a foster, but there’s always a first for everything, and he’s worked his way into our hearts. I think he’s here to stay.
He must be a very special boy, Holly!
Buddy says: “I turned thirteen on November 7th!”
I adopted Buddy after seeing him on Petfinder. He had been dumped in a kill shelter around Christmas Eve when he was ten. Since arriving, he’s brought a lot of excitement into all our lives! He’s the friskiest puppy here. He could play fetch all day, if I could. He had cancer 18 months ago but it was removed with good margins and he’s been fine ever since!
Happy Belated Birthday Buddy and hugs to you Eva for all you do for those senior Shelties!
Juke, adopted from Second Chance Sheltie Rescue in St. Louis.
I finally caught a picture of how silly his teefies look when sleeping!
He is happy even in his sleep, Angela!
I am so proud of my beautiful rescue Sheltie, Lucy. She just graduated from obedience school, and this is her “grad picture”! She is 6 1/2 years old, and has never been socialized, was only used for breeding. This class was a huge challenge for both of us. But, Lucy did great, and is slowly learning that people aren’t scary.
We are all so proud too, Dianna!
Last weekend Joey celebrated three events:
1. The first weekend of Autumn
2. His 17th Birthday (He was rescued when he was 2.5 years old from Sheltie Haven Sheltie Rescue!)
3. The Annual Northern Virginia Sheltie Rescue (NVSR) Picnic at Curtis Memorial Park, Hartwood Virginia
Mary Mounts, a photographer with NVSR, captured this picture of Joey enjoying himself at the Autumn backdrop.
How WONDERFUL, Mary K. and hugs to you for adopting him!