A BUSY WEEKEND—WHAT WILL THE NEW WEEK BRING?

When you operate a dog rescue on your farm, you never know what will happen next.  This weekend was very busy for us at 12 Hills Dog Rescue. A busy weekend, but a happy one! We were blessed with 9 adoptions in 2 days.  And one of the 9 was “Old Yeller!”. He is a nice older yellow Lab, that needs a family to love and care for him in his senior years. We believe he found “just the right family!”  A family with 4 beautiful children arrived and were excited to take him home.IMG_1732 (1024x682)

Then we had Lacie–a collie mix that found a new home with a retired couple. Her new parents go to a warmer climate each fall, so we think Lacie will have some exciting adventures ahead of her. IMG_1739 (1024x682)

Then Freida, a shepherd mix and her 5 puppies all went to new homes.  There new families were surprised on how much they had grown since their last visit. Had to show everyone how happy Hamlet’s new sister is, to take him home.

One of Freida's puppies!

One of Freida’s puppies!

Freida

Freida

Last, but certainly not least was our little gem, Ruby!

Ruby and new family!

Ruby and new family!

So, what does this week bring? The rest of Shine’s puppies will be heading to their new homes.  They have been so much fun to watch as they grew and developed their special personalities.

Besides adopting out the puppies, we will have our hands full with a new yellow male lab that came in.  Poor thing has a terrible ear infection, and received treatment immediately.

Samson is back on his feet, and eating again, and we hope to post pictures when he gains some weight.  We are watching Fancy closely now, as she is close to delivery.  I wonder what her puppies will be like?

Yes, I wonder, I wonder what this week will bring to us at the rescue?

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2 thoughts on “A BUSY WEEKEND—WHAT WILL THE NEW WEEK BRING?

  1. Freida n Tbone love their new home n have went on their first walk last night. Freida enjoyed the entire thing n Tbone walked a block and a half not bad for first time on a leash then he just dropped. I was not sure with Freida she never taught the leash n walked right along the stroller and only pulled if she see a squirrel or other animal all I would say is no pull and she stopped. They have had one mess in the house. Not bad at all. The fenced in back yard is getting plenty of use. Thank you Charles n Nola for taking such good care of the puppies long enough to let them find their forever home.

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