In November of 2017, we were involved with the intake and rescue of eight puppies from northern Ontario.
These tiny bundles of love were scooped up quickly by their forever homes and, as it turns out, are not quite so tiny anymore. We are thrilled to share an update on each of these darling pups.
Scarlett (now Michiko)
“Michiko” is a very energetic, playful and sweet pup. She loves her family and her comforts, especially the soft couch or bed. She enjoys hiking and playing with her toys. We can’t imagine life with out her, she is the perfect match for our family!”
“Cecil has fully recovered from his puppyhood illnesses and continues to thrive in his forever home. He’s incredibly laid back and happy. He’s not on any medications and eats very well. He’s growing by leaps and bounds from the wee little sick pup that he was when he came in. Cecil is also very smart. We started with basic obedience and he’s a natural. Picked up on training so quickly. Due to Cecil’s calm nature and smarts we had him tested to see if he’d make a good medical service dog. Cecil passed the interview and assessment and is in training today to be a service dog. It often takes years before a dog finishes his service dog training, so he will be a long time in training. Whether Cecil passes or fails his service dog test he’ll always have a home with us. Cecil is one of the most incredible dogs we’ve met, but I might be bias, as his mom. We love him. (even if he did eat the bottom step on my stairs).”
Lemon (now Takota)
“He is such a sweet dog, we are so lucky to have him. Takota is actually the perfect name for him as it means ‘friend’ or ‘friend to all’ and everyone he meets falls in love with him. Skin issues have cleared up and he is finally over 30 pounds. He is doing fantastic and still a little cuddle nugget”
Red (now Sophie)
“She is 40 pounds now. She is very happy and a very energetic pup, she can be a little stinker and does get into things as you can see from her pic. Juilet had let her out to do her business and she rolled in the mud and then came in the house and peed inside. She has been a great companion for Juilet.”
Aqua (now Akira)
“Akira (formerly known as Aqua) is doing so well! He is an absolutely delightful, joyful puppy, with a beautiful sweet temperament, lovable nature and handsome face. He weighs a little over 50 pounds now, and he seems to be getting a bit bigger every day. Brad and I have recently completed our Foundation Skills training classes with Akira, and look forward to taking more training classes with him later this spring. We have booked Akira’s neuter with Queen West Vet later this month, and we will forward you a copy of his neuter certificate once it is completed. “
Jeffrey (now Hunter)
“He loves to be outside and on his walks he always needs to have something in his mouth so we got him a toy he can walk with.”
“She is such a beautiful girl, inside and out! She is cuddly, spunky, sweet, and sometimes full of mischief! We all love her so much!”
Brute (now Ozzie)
“He is almost 60 lbs now and keeps me on my toes.”
We are so happy that each of these pups is living the life that he/she deserves!