Letters from Rescue
All of our animals we send to rescue go either to a foster home or a permanent family. On occasion we get letters from the adoptive families to let us know how they are doing. Below are several of our happy endings.
WAFFLES aka SEBASTIAN
"We are all doing well. Waffles has been a gift to our family. We all
love him so much and couldn't imagine not seeing him every day.
Whenever we are out, we are all racing to the door to be the first one
to get him!He is completely potty-trained and we have him on a great schedule.
It kinda worked itself out. I love getting up a little earlier than
everyone to walk him and spend a few quiet moments with him before
everyone gets up.He is still learning to walk with a leash, but then again....so are we!!!I have attached a few pictures. Thank you for taking such good care
of him before we could find each other."
The ride home went uneventful and he had a good nap. The meeting of our other 3 went good, no problems and went as expected. The 2 older ones just looked at him and went and did their thing. Tippy our youngest was not sure. But it takes him a day or 2 to get used to a new dog. He would like to play but, just not sure yet. ...He will come around.
Bear has been looking in every corner of the house and in the fenced in yard getting used to everything. And (I have to laugh) is following the wife everywhere. He did try to" turn up" on one thing in the house but, luckily I was right there. He gets that it is not allowed and has not tried it again.
Like you said, after he settled in he does want to play. The 2 old guys just give him a bark as they just want to do their own thing. So, he takes off with his new ball we gave him and does his own thing (well for me throwing it down the hall). Tippy, he's just not sure yet but, did have a good sniff of him with no running to find me LOL.
Now as for what he is. I think he is just Great Pyrenees. I found a site on the internet and they come with a dark mask and black spots on them. Just breeders don't like to keep that color.
We are working with him on (come) which we might have to change to "here." I think that he think come is "lets play." When he is outside and you call him, he runs up to you and wants to play "catch me if you can" LOL. So we will be working on that.
Man, does this dog love to be loved! He could be petted 24 hours a day (a good thing) and he does get it. And he is one BIG dog! He must be 3 or 4 inches taller then my Shadow (Rottie) was.
THANK YOU! Lisa, You have filled my heart again. I love all dogs but, do like to have (at least one) big dog around. I just can not even try to see why no one wanted this dog or gave him up. He is just one great big dog full of love to give.
THANK YOU again! You guys do a wonderful thing!