Monday, October 17, 2011

Best Adoption Weekend Ever

At least, it's the best adoption weekend we've had in as long as I can remember, which granted, isn't all that long.  Still, we had ten dog adoptions on Saturday, which has to be some kind of record for our rescue group.  I went camping with some friends and missed the whole event, but the two foster dogs that I sent with another volunteer were both adopted.  Here's the scoop on my fosters:

Gonzo
Miley the Puggle was adopted on Saturday!  I talked to her new family today and they said they love her and she's doing great.  This is good timing, since I just brought her littermate Gonzo home on Sunday.  Gonzo was at another foster home but needed a new place to go, so since I've become Puggle Central lately, I took him home.  He's so much like Miley that it seems like there hasn't even been a change in fosters.








Einstein
The other foster dog that was adopted is Einstein.  Einstein was my newest foster - I only had him for a week.  Einstein is a two year old Pomeranian/Sheltie mix (a designer breed mix known as a Poshie).  He was the friendliest, happiest little guy.  He was rescued from a very rural animal control facility, and he loved everyone he met.  He had a few bad habits, so I'm hoping that his new owners will be patient with him and his adoption will work out.

Eight other dogs also found their new homes on Saturday!  







6 comments:

Kari in Vegas said...

Wooo thats a lot of homes!

Kari
http://dogisgodinreverse.com

Barb said...

Congratulations on your adoptions. I'm still waiting for you to run out of cats and send the people to me.

Pauley, the Mr. or the Mrs. said...

Amazing!

Bailey said...

Great news!

meowmeowmans said...

What a great weekend! Congratulations on finding homes for so many! :)

mayziegal said...

Wowee! What a super, amazing, awesome adoption weekend!!! Yay for all the pets that found their furever homes!

Oh, you wanna know a secret? Brudder Ranger LUUUUUVS puggles. Luvs, luvs, luvs 'em. When mom and dad were taking him to the dog park, he would almost never play unless the dog was a puggle. Isn't that weird?

Wiggles & Wags,
mayzie