Animal Success Stories

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Lucy is just incredible!! She is a wonderful addition to our family!! Thank you so much!  


"Luna settled right in and unpacked her suitcase within about 20 minutes of getting inside of the house. Her and Capone get along 100%. They take equal turns being submissive in playing, stop in the middle of bones and switch, and don't let too much more than a couple hours go by without a full on hard play session. She enjoys her place in bed and really prefers to spoon. Her presence here really fits in as a nice"forever pack" situation for us, certainly Capone but I think "she's" just in bliss."

Lady now known as Zeeva Jean

I just thought I would send you a picture of our Zeeva Jean. We adopted her in April of 2013 from DRAWI. Her name was Lady when we got her  but she has been Zeeva Jean ever since. She stills loves her place on the couch and on our bed.  She is not our first Doberman.   She is just a wonderful girl and we love her. 


What can we say about Lincoln?We adopted this gentle giant when he was 1 1/2 years old.  He is the smartest dog we have ever had and he is quite the character.  He loves to stick his cold nose in everybody’s business and has become a master at snuggling.  We had to erect a 6 foot fence to keep him in the yard becuase he would just leap over the 4 foot fence.  Our life has been incredible with him in it.  He is 4 1/2 now and 115 pounds of lap dog. 

Layla now known as Abby

Abby's owner had this to say about her little miss:

Abby is red / rust.  Jordy black / rust is from the TN dobe rescue  puppy. Abby has taken Jordy   under her wing and have become great buddies.  Since I have adopted Abby from you in 2013 she has been certified as a therapy dog and visits local college regularly for students and staff. We have also spent time at a senior center with Alzheimer’s residents and been involved with community events as time permits.  Not sure yet what Jordy’s job will be.  He’s very much puppy yet.

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