Monday, November 15, 2010

Snuggle Time

Thatcher and Danali cuddled up on the couch...

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Danali Update

Now that Danali has been with us for a few days, we have gotten to know her better. She is such a sweet little girl. She loves to give kisses and cuddle on the couch before bedtime. She gets along great with our big Labby boys and loves to run around the yard with them. She is doing VERY well with crate training. She knows that bedtime means crate time and will walk right in with no problems at all. She sleeps through the night (although she is an early riser) and hasn't had any accidents in the crate so far. She is pretty good about letting you know when she needs to go out. Sometimes she will whine at the door and other times she will walk around looking a bit suspicious. She has no problems going potty outside (even on the really cold mornings). We are working on her basic commands, and she seems to be picking them up well. She is very food motivated and that is always helpful with training. She has such a sweet little face, it's hard to resist scooping her up and just cuddling with her 24-7. :)

Monday, November 8, 2010

Meet Danali!

Next up...Danali! Danali just arrived and we are excited to get to know her better so we can update you all on this sweet little pup. Until then, enjoy a few pictures provided by Julie.

Maci Has Been Adopted!

I'm very, very happy to announce that Maci has found her forever home! She met her new family on Saturday and it was such a special moment. I couldn't tell who was happier: Maci when she ran out the door to meet her new family, The Petersons when Maci jumped into her new Dad's lap and wouldn't leave his side, or me, to finally see Maci connected with her new family and know it was a perfect match!! In other words, it was a GREAT weekend!

I've already been updated on Maci's long ride home and her first few days with her new family, and she is fitting in perfectly. I'm excited to hear more and to keep in touch with the Petersons as this story continues.

It's dogs like Maci and families like the Petersons that remind us why we do what we do and how special it is to help a family find the missing piece to their puzzle.