Unfortunately, it never ends.

The Humane Society estimates there are 6-8 million dogs and cats that go into shelters every year. As many as half of those will be killed.That is one of the many reasons that we open our home to rescued dogs, with the high hope that they get adopted. We’ve told a few of the stories…

Here comes another one just like the other one

But this one is a bit different.Dexter went on to his new forever home last weekend, but we were called on again to offer a short-term home to a foster dog.Lucky joined us Tuesday. The rescue believes he is less than a year old and a malamute mix, but I see a bit of Great Pyrenees…

Here and gone

Time flies. It is hard to believe that it has been so long since a post. In that time we gained a foster pup… and now he is gone. As I write this he does not yet have a forever home and may well return, but he went to get snipped today.(Ouch!) Another volunteer with…

Success and Failure

So this post is a bit late coming.The adoptathon saw some real success. we had several people who  had already been approved as adopters come down to meet a few of the dogs. At least two dogs went on to their forever homes, including our overnight guest Azar. Yeah!Another went to a “permanent foster.” That…

Who could resist a face like this?

Let’s hope no one. This is Pretty Girl… at least that is what I’ve been calling her since I picked her up at Thurston County Animal Services this afternoon. She is one of two dogs that I will be taking to the Kent Station adoptathon tomorrow. The other is a crazy eight month old male-…