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Hello everyone at Saving Grace!
I wanted to share with you how Josephine is doing. I adopted Jo about 3 weeks ago (I kept her name because she just seemed like a Josephine) and she has settled in quite comfortably. Josephine loves to take walks at the park, sniffing every scent, looking for squirrels and rabbits, and socializing with other dogs and people. Everywhere we go, everyone can't get enough of Jo! She also really loves to sleep!! She has her own little dog bed where she can be found snoring away all snuggled up! Josephine loves getting treats and when she gets a bone she finds a corner in the house and tries to bury it! It's a pretty funny sight! I am so happy that I adopted Josephine, she has become my little side kick and is just the best dog!
Thank you Saving Grace!
Just wanted to let you know that Porter is doing great. He had his post surgical visit on Saturday and Dr Price will remove his stitches next Saturday. His incision looks good, heart and lungs sound good but he does have a collapsing trachea that acts up when he gets excited. Nothing we can't handle.
He's been going to work with me until his stitches come out. Eating well, taking his meds well and enjoys a bedtime snack of plain Greek yogurt (only a teaspoon though).
He went on his first shopping trip to Petsmart and Home Depot with his Mama and Granny today. His Granny's dog, Fiona, joined in the trip.
Porter would like to thank you, his foster Mom, Dr Todd, and all the volunteers at Saving Grace for taking such good care of him.
Thanks also to all the prayer warriors who prayed for Porters recovery after surgery.
PS. He is also enjoying his new cat siblings, Frankie and Darlin'.
We couldn't be happier with Lucy (Crystal)! She is such a good girl!! Lucy is so good with the kids and has really began interacting with them in the last couple weeks. Behaviorally she is perfect. She goes right into her crate, stays there with no barking/crying, no accidents, and no chewing anything up. I did catch her with a mouth full of math flash cards but she didn't even leave a mark on them, maybe just wanted to see what they tasted like. When you give Lucy a treat, she is so gentle not to get your fingers. A few things make us wonder about her history.....she will not eat ANYTHING, not even a treat/cheese, if on her leash. As well as she rarely barks. We love her so and just can't imagine what our house was like without her. From the pictures you can tell she is so good with the kids and tolerates the "vet" checks and dress up. They also make sure she knows where her toys are all the time even though she is not usually interested in them!
Thanks for the great match!!
Annie is doing fabulous and is becoming more social every day. She was very shy around men and other dogs for the first couple of months that I had her, but now she is playing with other dogs in the dog park every day and wagging her tail at every person she meets. My apartment complex expanded their dog park and is putting in an obstacle course and hurdles so I am excited to start training her! We went to the beach a few weeks ago and she was having way too much fun chasing sea gulls and digging in the sand. I swear my parents come to visit me in North Carolina mostly just to visit Annie (haha). Here are a few picture of my little lady. Thank you for helping me find my best friend.
Ciri is WONDERFUL. WHAT A BLESSING TO OUR FAMILY! Her new best friend is Macie and they play and play for hours - which is great for both of them. She and Macie share several hours a week together. Thanks for checking in. I have been singing the praises of Saving Grace in Wilson!!!
ďMunchkinĒ (now Casey) is the light of our lives! She is so full of life and love. I canít imagine our lives without her. Recently we were out of town for a few days. During this time she stayed with my boyfriendís brother (and... her puppy cousin, Addie!). He sent us pictures of her every day. She is so cuddly and adorable that I regret to report that she gets away with quite a lot! When she runs down the stairs in the morning, her rear swings side-to-side so far that I have started calling her Wiggle-Butts, and even got my boyfriend doing it (donít tell him I told you!).
She has gone from sleeping in her crate to sleeping in her dog bed to sleeping under the covers in our bed, sometimes even sharing my pillow. She has wormed her way into the bed just as she wormed her way into our hearts. We love her, and we tell her every day how special she is. Thank you for bringing us together!
It's officially a month today that we adopted Killian (formerly Rocky). He continues to do fabulous with his brother, Moose, and sister, Heffer (pictured). He adds an additional talent of cleaning the neighborhood sidewalks by eating every worm that he sees - trust me, having one eye has not been a deterrent, he sees EVERY one of them! (I promise we feed him plenty of dog food!). Thanks, Saving Grace for our little man, Killian! We love him lots!
- Paula and Chris (and Heffer and Moosie)
Choosing just ONE yesterday was so hard! Just wanted to let you know that Izzy (formerly Apple) is settling in beautifully! She has such a sweet nature and loves to hoard all of the toys and bones! Thank you for doing what you do. Wish we could get 20 more!
Everyone at Saving Grace,
I just wanted to send a short note and let you know how Gracie is doing. She is adjusting well to her new home here in Mooresville. Megan, you were right about Miss Gracie. She is a very smart pup. We started school with Ian Forbus (aka the dog whisperer) last Tuesday and she is a very quick learner. She is learning this week to come when her name ...is called and "down". Potty training is going especially well. She recognizes "outside"! We're both learning. She absolutely loves her nylabones and tries to hide them all over the house so other dogs won't find them. Just too funny. She is a really sweet girl! I'm so glad you saved her and put her picture online so I could find her. Thank you so much.
- Gracie and Georgia Campbell
Layla joined our "wolf pack" about a month ago and she is happy as can be in her new forever home. Layla came into our lives as a foster puppy at 6 months old and is the sweetest puppy.
People joke that she is our "foster failure," but this is definitely a success story! She has two sisters now, Maddie and Bear, and a big yard to run in. She enjoys fetching tennis balls, snuggling on the couch and playing tag with our other dogs around the yard. She fits right in with our family. She has a lot of growing to do judging by the size of her paws!
We couldn't be happier that we found Layla through our fostering experience at Saving Grace. We are grateful for all of the love the volunteers at Saving Grace put into finding these puppies homes everyday. Thank you to everyone who helped bring Layla into our lives!!
- Liss and Eddie
Hi Saving Grace - wanted to drop a little hello from Cooper (aka Wilbur) that we adopted in August. Cooper has adjusted very well to our family. He is a crazy, fun-loving puppy who loves to be involved in everything we do. He loves to unfold the clothes I just folded, bring shoes out of closets and chase the bugs outside. He is a very sweet little boy who we love whole-heartedly. Thank you for putting this baby in our life!
We renamed Faith to Curry. Curry is awesome! For the first few weeks she had to settle into our family and was slightly reserved but that's all changed now. She's a little ball of love! She has a special connection with each of us - sweet and snuggly with me, playful with my husband, and entertained by the kids. She loves to play games, chase balls, and is especially fond of anything shaped like a squirrel or containing a squeaker. She understands the house routine now and visits the farmer's markets with us on weekends. Absolutely a great addition to our family! Thanks for finding her for us!
Just wanted to tell you how much we love our little Maisy! We even kept her name because it really seemed to suit her. She has adjusted beautifully to our family and she is never in need of attention. She is the sweetest girl and is totally spoiled with toys and fluffy things to sleep on. She is making a lot of progress with potty training and she is great on a harness and leash! Thank you so much for helping us find our special little girl!!! The boys each got up at 5:00 am hoping to be the first one up to play with the dog!!
Dear Saving Grace,
We wanted to send a picture of our sweet Roxy and let you know how happy we are to have found the perfect canine addition to our family. Our 10 year old daughter Caroline is thrilled to have a dog, and has taken on the responsibility of walking her, brushing her and being Roxy's best pal. She even brushes Roxy's teeth and gums every morning before school! We're still trying to convince our cat Bijou that the two of them can co-exist, but we're making good progress there ...well, maybe.
We've attached a picture of Caroline and Roxy enjoying a snuggle on the couch - clearly a spoiled dog and a happy girl! Thank you so much for finding Roxy, and for helping us find her. We couldn't be happier!
Warm regards and many, many thanks,
Aimee and Steven Wayling
Caroline, Roxy and Bijou
We adopted Rascal (previously Homey) three years ago and Daisy (previously Dina) two years ago - both from Saving Grace. They have been perfect for each other and given so much more to us than we could ever give to them. Thank you to Molly and all the volunteers for saving my two little best friends!
Dear Molly and everyone at Saving Grace,
I hope that you are doing well. Iíve attached a recent photo of Ruby to let you know that she is healthy and happy and living the good life! I got her from Saving Grace in August of 2004. She was called Tippy then. She had recently had surgery to remove her leg that had been badly broken and had mended very badly. She was in rough shape when you got her.
You saw all the love and courage that she had in her and you saved her for me. I am beyond thankful for that. I know that she is too. Ruby is an angel on earth! She shares her love and positive attitude with everyone she comes in contact with, human or otherwise. Ruby has gone through SO much but she still sees the world as a wonderful place where anything is possible. She is my hero!
Iíve been sending $20 each month to you and I hope this does a little bit to help Saving Grace stay in business. I owe you all so much. Thank you! Please take care and be well Ė Chuck Grantham
Our first few days with Angella (now Zoey) have been awesome! She immediately has fit right into our family and has brought such smiles to our faces. Thank you Saving Grace for allowing us to adopt her and we look forward to watching her grow and enjoying many years of smiles with her!
Wanted to let you know we are blown away with Cha Cha - words can't express what a wonderful dog he is and so very loving! We are taking good care of him and he has been a blessing. --Anne Freda
Molly, Layla just turned 5...you can see she has a "tough" life! Thanks again for finding me a perfect match!
Grace, formerly Anita, is doing wonderfully. We love her and feel so blessed to have her as a part of our family.
We are so happy with Clyde! He has made a great addition to our family and our whole neighborhood. Everyone loves him and he has plenty of dog friends to play with. Both Kim and I are amazed at how sweet and well behaved he is. We don't think we could have chosen a better puppy to adopt. We do think back and wish we had gotten Bonnie as well...we hope that she has found a good home and is loved as much as we love Clyde! Thank you for everything!
Sarah is doing wonderful! She is a real part of our family. My son is obsessed with her and she is extremely fond of him as well (probably because he is a good food source!). And we can't even take her in the car without her brother because she freaks out! She is super attached to him. Wants to be around either him or me at all times.
Hope all is well over there at Saving Grace! Once I have this baby I'll be back helping out with the pups:)
Roo and Stu, happy and healthy!
Tootie - now Josie - is doing very well! She fits in perfectly with our lifestyle - goes for runs with us a couple days each week and enjoys relaxing at home. We are a few weeks into a training class and she is a very quick learner. She loves the practice sessions we do every night and would probably bring us the clicker to get started if she could reach where we store it. She has sit and lay down figured out and is getting good at stay, place, and tricks like turning in circles on command and touching my hand with her nose.
We've also gotten many good laughs at her preference to 'bury' any treat we give her while she is in her crate and then go hunt for them when she is out. She still gets nervous in the car, but she is getting much better as we take more trips to 'fun' things like the park and training. Thanks so much for helping us find the perfect dog!
Lizzy is doing so well! We are on vacation and she has been playing nicely (very actively!!) with my parents' two giant Bouvier pups. She has been swimming a ton, too, and hasn't coughed after sprinting around like a rocket. Our vet said
that she won't need a checkup for six months! We are continuing with the heartworm pills and every five or six weeks a flea and tick topical thing, but she hasn't really ever seemed itchy and we haven't found any ticks on her yet. She is a great family dog!!! When we get back we will be signing up for some obedience classes :). We love her!
Sam, Derek And Elizabeth
Hi, Molly and Meghan!
Evan's doing so great! He's such a sweetheart. He's shy when people come to meet him, but does fine after a warm-up period. He gets along great with the other dogs, and he's really taken a liking to our other littlest- one, Toby. Evan looks up to Toby like a big brother to show him the routines, how to be a good dog, etc. :) He follows him around all the time. He and I have bonded pretty well -- he sleeps right next to me on the bed. He has his favorite toy -- a plush candy cane. He'll usually bring it to bed with him. Plush toys are his favorite. We're still working on potty training. He's had a handful of accidents in the house, but he now knows what "go potty" means and I think I can tell when he has to go.
It took him about a week to warm up to eating here, but he LOVES his food and treats now :) He does great with his crate. I have a dog-cam and he sleeps peacefully when we're at work. Overall things are great and we're all happy with each other! Thanks again!
Greg and Julie
Adopting from this facility is the best thing you could ever do.
Hello! My name is Peyton and I found my forever home through your generous, caring and loving facility. My twin sister and I were found on the side of the road in a rural area of SC when we were only weeks old. Saving Grace rescued us and promised that we would eventually find someone to love us as much as we could love ..... and that is a lot!
My daddy drove over 100 miles to adopt me after seeing my picture and profile on Saving Grace's Web site. He has a wonderful home where I have two fluffy beds, one in the family room and one in the bedroom bedside where my daddy sleeps. I always get a little gravy in my regular food each night, and sometimes a kibble from the kitchen table. We take walks 3 times a day where I can get plenty of exercise and fresh air. We have friends in the mountains who have a cabin and we go there regularly to play with their Lab named Chester.
Life couldn't be any better ... Oh, did I mention the toys?? I have a big box full of them and we play tug of war each night. My favorite ones are the ones that squeak and Daddy is great at making them talk back. I love him so much..........WE ARE INSEPARABLE! Thank you, Saving Grace, for saving me and finding my daddy. From the bottom of our heart...We love you ! Peyton (Pey -Pey)
Lexi is now Meg and everything is going great! She is in puppy obedience classes every Wednesday night. She is the smartest and calmest in class! We take her for 2 mile walks every day. She is now long-legged and has gained 10 pounds over the past three weeks. There is only one problem though: she is so spoiled she thinks that she is the alpha! We are so happy that we have adopted Meg (Lexi). She is a big bundle of joy and brightens up our day.
Sincerely, Tim, Malissa, Summer, & Nutmeg Eisel.
Shasta, now Maggie, is doing great! She has settled in so nicely! She is fun and cute and easily picked up on our routine. My alpha Aussie has adapted very well, much to my relief. The cats have adapted too. Maggie is so smart. She has already finished the first series of obedience classes and did very well, especially with the agility equipment on graduation night. We are looking for another class hoping to get her CDC and then it's off to a therapy dog class.
Thanks for all your group did to bring her into our lives. It's hard to imagine life without her now.
Susan, Doug, Maggie, Jessie and the 3 cats
I had long ago planned to write a paragraph about our special girl, Rumor, who I adopted from Saving Grace in March of 2009. Rumor was my very first dog and was nothing short of perfect. She was a social butterfly - the sweetest, most well-behaved little girl a first time dog owner could ask for. My husband and I took her everywhere with us: shopping, camping, the dog park, the beach, out to dinner, you name it. She was the center of our world. She showed me the true meaning of ďmanís best friend.Ē She let me cry on her shoulder, literally, when I was sad, she sat by my side when I hurt myself, and she made me laugh every single day.
We lost our little angel suddenly, in February of 2011, to cancer. She was just two years old. It was the most devastating, traumatic loss of our lives. But as heartbreaking as it was to lose Rumor so unexpectedly, we believe she had a plan for us. When we came back to donate some of her things to Saving Grace, a few weeks later, we met Tallulah, who, letís face it, looked a lot like Rumor, but couldnít have been more different. We made the decision to adopt Tallulah a week after meeting her, probably for the wrong reasons, but now she is our pride and joy, and we donít regret that decision in the least. We believe Rumor stepped aside to make room in our home for another dog in need of love. Molly, you gave me Rumor and Rumor gave me a purpose; to love and care for dogs for the rest of my life. There are no words I can say to express how grateful I am that you gave me my own Saving Grace.
Just an update on Grettle (now named Nikki). She is doing wonderful and we cannot be happier! I think we won the doggy lotto! She is exceptionally well behaved, LOVES to play, extremely good with ALL kids. Loves her backyard and jumps through the air like a crazy dog! Our 8 year old has taught her to sit, stay, come, lay down, and is working on roll over! She is a perfect camping dog and loves to mingle with the other dogs. I see her sister Heidi is still available. If she is anything like Nikki, someone is missing a wonderful opportunity to have the BEST DOG EVER!! When she does get adopted I would love to get them together. Thank you Saving Grace for saving Nikki (Grettle)!!!
Been a while since I emailed but wanted to send you a recent picture of Sophie (Fawn). This is a very rare shot as Sophie does not stop for very much. She was with the lady that watches them (same lady I adopted Sophie's sister from, Juno) that fostered for JCAPL. I was away on vacation and Sophie gets to pretty much play with all the other dogs there (about 6 or so currently) and I guess she actually got a little tired. I cannot lie - she still challenges me about every day but I love her to death. We moved out in the Garner area and she has big fenced-in backyard now with woods behind us and lots of wildlife. I kid you not, I do believe that deer think Sophie is a baby "fawn" because they will come out of the woods and almost come over to her -- they just stand and watch her and are not scared at all. She is mesmerized by them. On the other hand, she goes crazy with that screech sound whenever she sees rabbits, foxes, cats or squirrels!
Hope all is well at Saving Grace. I still check out the Web site every few days for what is going on and to see the pups. Take care.
Molly and all at Saving Grace,
I cannot tell you how happy we are with Cha Cha - you got it just right! Cha Cha does not leave Briana's side. He is the most loving and sweetest dog I have ever owned - everyone he meets falls in love with him. Thank you for a wonderful experience!
We are crazy in love with our Barney .... He is such a good boy!
Just wanted to let you know that Ms. Platy-P went to the vet yesterday for a check up and teeth cleaning and got a clean bill of health. Her breath is now fresh and the vet said she looks great.
Platypus is so fun! My dog Levi adores her and they wrestle, run and play pretty much all day. I keep waiting for the thrill to wear off but it seems like they are BFF for life. They chew on the same bone at the same time, share kongs, and generally act like big cuties 24-7. Platypus is learning lots of good manners too. I am proud of her.
Molly and friends,
Here is an updated picture of Toby all grown up! It is amazing to think we have had him almost 3 years now. He turned out to be the perfect dog for us. He has the most loving and affectionate nature you can imagine. He is still very shy with strangers, but his family is tops with him.
Due to losing a leg to cruelty and his very small stature (a whopping 7 pounds), our vet suggested we get him a step stool to make it easier for him to get on the furniture. He got a big laugh when we told him we already had 3 for him. He has dog beds in every room in our house and toys everywhere. He spends the winter in Florida in our RV and is just as at home there as at the house. His clipped coat of cream grew out immensely as you can see and his back is tipped in black making him a rare cream sable. He sleeps at the foot of our bed on a duvet. He goes everywhere with us. He gets fed popcorn at Ace Hardware, oatmeal cookies at Central Ford and Milk Bones at the bank. You can rest easy knowing that another of your former charges is healthy, happy and much loved. You all do such a wonderful job, and we can't thank you enough for rescuing him for us.
Richard and Debbie White Colerain, NC
Finally after all this time I do have a picture of my baby, LeeLee, aka Leia. She went to the beach this week and loved it. She is bright, fun and pure joy. I cannot thank Saving Grace enough for giving me my heart back. I had lost my Lhasa Apso just 6 months before and was unsure about getting another dog. But I took the tour of Saving Grace and found this cute baby! I encourage anyone who has suffered a loss, open your home again - it's not replacing the one you lost, just healing the loss in another way!
Thank you again!
Cindy Neal aka LeeLee's Mom
Thank you, Molly and the entire gang, for ALL that Saving Grace does each and everyday to provide such amazing additions to families for these animals!!!
"Ellie" (Ellen) could not be more PERFECT in every single way! We love her and have had not one single issue! Not sure how you knew she would fit so well with us, but it seems she was meant to be here! Thanks again and we are truly and grateful for the services Saving Grace provides!
Kristy and Abigail
Dearest Saving Grace,
Thank you so much, Saving Grace, for saving our little lady Stella String Bean! She has a sweet sassy personality and a long string bean-like body that warms our heart when she wakes from a nap to stretch. We are so in love and have a blast with her on walks and getting to know the other doggies and their owners in the neighborhood dog park.
She's great on hikes, loves to play with her toys, and is professional cuddler on the couch. She also has a grandma and grandpa who love to spoil her. We need to remind them to make her sit before they give treats.
We may have not chosen her if it was not for Saving Grace's wonderful setup for the dogs. I was able to see her play with the other dogs and her personality was really able to come through. We continue to train her and she's so smart and catching on quickly! Thank you Saving Grace,
Liz, Mark and Stella String Bean Wells
I have been very impressed with Saving Grace and here is just one more impressive thing for the list.
We changed Loralie's name to Lollipop -- it just seemed to suit her better. Lollipop is a sweet-natured and very bright girl. We enrolled her in obedience classes and she has learned Come, Sit, Down, Wait, Release and she walks on a leash nicely. She loves to play fetch, go on walks, sun herself on the back patio and snooze on her cushion in the den. She absolutely hates the crate and we try not to use it. Occasionally she gets into trouble -- our housekeeper calls her "bonita bandito" because she steals things. And other than chewing up the TV remote, most of her infractions have been inconsequential. Still, she is adorable and those sweet eyes make us forgive her instantly!
We feel lucky to have her gentle spirit in our lives. Thank you for making that possible.
ReyRey is the best dog ever and my best friend. He loves playing at the beach with all his new friends. I always wish I had more pictures but here is one with him and my girlfriend at the beach.
Thank you so much for such an awesome dog! If you are ever in the Outer Banks, please get in touch.
Molly, everything is AWESOME!
Mason looked nothing like the dog we thought we wanted and has turned into the best pet a family could have! Thank goodness we brought our sometimes anxious lab mix, Max, with us for the visit. After a short observation of Max\\'s interaction with other dogs, Meghan pointed out a few that would be a good fit for him. Boy, what a shock.
I went there for a 40-50 lb. Lab/Shepherd type mix and was told a 30 lb. \\"not sure what\\" mix would be the best for us. We took her advice and brought Mason home. He was heartworm positive so we kept him pretty restricted for the duration of his treatments. I think he liked it because he hates going outside except for walks and rides in the car. We have an underground fence and doggie door so he is able to come and go as he pleases. He LOVES riding in the car and going for walks. We walk 2-4 miles most days, depending on how hot it is.
The dog beds in the house are merely decorations. He and Max can always be found in one of our beds. I think they like looking out the windows. I can\\'t thank you enough for rescuing Mason for us. He is the sweetest dog and has brought so much joy to our family. Anytime I hear someone considering a new pet, I always recommend Saving Grace. Meghan really has a gift for finding a pet that works best for your situation.
Hi, Molly and Saving Grace,
Christian (whose name has changed again..bing!) is doing great. Such a fantastic little dog! He's adjusted well to being in an apartment, loves to go on walks and play with his newfound doggie neighbors. The vet has declared him the 'perfect dog' and I absolutely agree!
I really can't say enough about what a wonderful dog he is...so smart, quick to learn, and loving! He is a joy! Thank you for rescuing him!
Rennie and I wanted to update you on our new adoptive families. As you can see from the photo (Rennie, formerly Brindy, on the left and Roxie on the right), we're living the good life in Raleigh! We were adopted by different families, but we live only a block apart from each other and have become BFFs. We romp together at least a couple times a week in Rennie's back yard - there's much sprinting, wrestling and tumbling, followed by a sprawl in the clover. Our families say we both are well behaved, loyal and lovable. I am a bit of a goofball, but luckily Rennie tolerates me. Once again, many thanks for introducing us to our families - they would be lost without us!
Roxie Boney and Rennie McCrea
Hello, Molly, and everyone at Saving Grace!
Pinky is doing great and is a wonderful dog! My kids love her and she even sleeps on an a big overstuffed chair in my daughter's room. Pinky is very skilled at finding the most comfy place in the house to sleep :) She loves to go for runs, but is always calm and well mannered in the house.
I have included a picture of two of my kids with Pinky at Dirty Dogs salon in Wake Forest. She enjoyed getting a bath and even got a Cinco de Mayo bandanna!
We are really loving Pinky and are so glad you helped us find her! Thanks again!
Elizabeth, Michael, Natalie, Evan, Xander and Pinky
We love Ginny (her adapted name). She fits well in our family and stays by my side. We take long walks, she loves her car rides, and is eating well. She continues to "grin". We are so glad we didn't pass up this shy one, with tons of personality!
Just wanted to let you know how well Max is doing since he joined our family. He is as inteligent as we thought when we picked him up! Our two girls have accepted him and Angel has been having a great time playing with Max. He feels he owns the privilege of the lap of front seat (because he is sure it is there for him only), & the tractor is out only to give him the overdue ride on the floor board behind the drivers legs. The lawn mower is out for him to ride on the driver's lap, and the golf cart is out for him to sit beside the driver. The yard has to have been designed for his pleasure only!
He is now beginning to believe this isn't a dream. He really does live here, and at this place he can be outside when he wants or inside when he wants, & these silly people of his do come back pretty quickly when they leave. We all appreciate your rescuing him for us. Keep up the good work.
Scott, Lois, Jacob, Bess, Angel and Max Romahn
Thanks for letting us have Harvey. Here he is snuggling with his older brother. ~Connie Lovell
Ms. Adora (Addie) is quite the outdoor adventurer! We took her hiking several times and she had a blast! She has settled right into my family and is doing great. Puppy Kindergarten starts on Monday. Thanks so much for matching me with my perfect little ray of sunshine! Sarah Sandy
Just wanted you to see Charlie, aka Banning. We adopted him in Jan. He has become an absolute joy to both of us and his "sister", another Chihuahua. What a personality he has! He is funny and makes us laugh so much. Thank you, Molly, and everyone at Saving Grace for all you do!
Coleen and Dex Norris
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