Kermit!). Of course she's got that one quality I admire most in rescue people - she knows how much time she has for her pets, and said she didn't want to adopt more than one dog because she wouldn't have enough time for the ones she already has. Awesome. I know that Neo is one lucky dog to be adopted by her.
The other thing that made this adoption interesting was that while we introduced her mastiff and Neo at the local PetSmart, we had a number of people ask if we were going to breed them. Uh, no. I loved how she answered them - not judging them or preaching and making them feel bad, just explaining that they were both rescues, and there were so many dogs out there needing homes that she always adopted rescues instead of buying from a breeder. I'm sure she'll have many more opportunities to educate people when they see her with a male and female purebred Neapolitan Mastiff, and I'm so glad that she's a great advocate for rescue.