I finally got the full Bobbie Joe experience. She goes absolutely nuts for the water hose, which is pretty great considering how hot it is outside. She put on the most hilarious (while still being unbelievably adorable) show I've seen in ages.
Dez is my dog of the day. She is super playful, lovable and loves attention. She smiles at me every time I walk by. Dez can definitely make a bad day into a good one. She needs some training but that can be worked on.
Trouper is a really good dog. He didn’t necessarily like me at first but he came around. All it took was giving him treats every time I walked by him. Now he gets excited when he sees me. He’s so soft and fluffy, he would be a wonderful dog for someone to give a forever home to.
Good morning, unfortunately another hot, hot day. We have to take care of our doggies in this scorching heat. Here is Jazzie and Skyler from Hospital 2, spending time outside in the small Park 2 while Mr. Tyler and Chad install a new AC unit in the kennel office.
I got the pleasure of helping some of our older doggies get to go inside what we call the Super Trailer. Thunder was one of them, he didn’t take too well to it and he wouldn’t eat for me either, but he did enjoy the big new yard he gets to go out in multiple times a day though. They are all getting adjusted to their new routine of letting them out and feeding them. I know it will take a little time for these babies but they will get there.
Ronnie reports he couldn't pass up posting the dry erase board in the entrance of Hospital One. In its simplicity, it displays the love and compassion our crew has for our rescues. In a perfect world all our babies would find fur-ever homes, unfortunately that's not always the case. They do however will leave this world knowing that they received the next best thing, love and care from our sanctuary.