Bloodhound Rescue Success Stories Page 2
A letter from Susan (firstname.lastname@example.org) who is the lucky adopter of Daisy
I have fallen head over heels for my little bloodhound girl. She is so endearing and learns really quickly. She's very attached to me and its mutual. She's been in a lot of different situations and she's gotten along famously with all dogs, adults and children. I'm happy she likes my friends because they love her. People are clamoring to dog sit her but I won't leave her side if I can possibly help it. You've got a conversion for life. We start obedience training Monday with a private lesson and then will take classes in the fall. She and I will live in Michigan this summer and everyone there is dying to meet her beautiful, smart self. She clearly was very loved and very well raised. If the occasion arises for her former family to know, I am grateful for all they did for her and how much they loved her. It shows. I am loving her and appreciating her and feeling totally blessed. Thank you for caring for my girl until I could make her a wonderful home. She is the love of my life!
Gus came to MABR after being abandoned. His former owners moved and left Gus and his playmate behind in the empty home with several open bags of dog food. After the neighbors began to hear barking coming from the house, they notified the authorities, who then contacted MABR about Gus. Gus was very over weight when he came to us, but trimmed down and looks like a completely different dog now. Gus was adopted by a great family where he is loved and spoiled rotten. Gus's new family did a wonderful job in getting the weight off of him.
This is Clementine
at 9 months of age. Clementine came to MABR at the age of 12 weeks.
She was purchased at a pet shop where she had become too big for the cage she was in.
A loving dog family bought her feeling sorry for her, and turned her over to MABR.
Clementine was adopted to a wonderful family where she lives on a farm and is spoiled rotten.
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