Central Coast Herding Dog Adopter Success Stories!
"We adopted Posy two years ago this past July. When we met her, I was on my knees and she ran right to me for a hard cuddle. That was it as far as we were concerned."
Posey was Madison and she won big with her adoptive family!
Thanks Doug and Edie!
A Pupdate from Jamie! She and Paisley are amazing!
From Jamie: I wanted to send you an update on our rescue, Paisley! You rescued her August of 2016, she was 7 weeks old and came from a
litter of 8. She's thriving with our family and even has a new terrier sister who she adores. She and I participate in numerous dog sports; her favorite is agility but we've also tried disc, herding, lure coursing, dock diving, and just about anything else we can get our paws on! She also knows over 100 different commands, she's too smart for her own good lol.
She has her own Instagram if you'd like to follow along on our adventures, @thepreciouspair .
Thank you for finding me my best friend!
I'm e-mailing you to let you know how much we truly love our Cy…now named Sammy! Though Sammy is still quite shy, he is really making strides each new day. When his confidence is up, he literally "struts" …it's the cutest thing! He still clings to me the most…I often call him my shadow, but little by little he is letting both my husband, Ted, and my Mom pet him. His two favorite things to do are, going on a walk, and spending "love time" with me on the couch…he is the biggest mush pot…
We just absolutely adore him. He loves to play with Molly, our female Border, and he has claimed our back yard as his official area to protect. We have a small pool, and to our delight and surprise, he gets in it every day….not to swim, but he gets on the shallow step and likes to put his face in the water…too cute!
Thank you so much for all that you and your staff have done to rescue all the beautiful souls of so many dogs. Because of you, those of us who have had the privilege of adopting these "souls", are blessed beyond words with their love and unique personalities.
Sincerely, With very grateful hearts for our boy, Ted and Loriann Gill and Molly
As a desert dog adopter, let me say, you won't be sorry if you give a desert dog a home. I don't think you could find sweeter, more appreciative dogs. They are well worth the time you'll invest in winning their hearts. Dezi has been a great addition to our family!
You guys are so awesome! The work socializing and teaching these cast-off critters to be "real dogs" is so vital. Thank you for dong what you do, Red & Lillie are so wonderful and so loved.
You guys bring so much joy to our homes. Thank you. Julianna and Codie