Nanook of the North. How fitting. About to make the journey from NC to his proper home. I look forward to seeing your personality and working with you to become our new friend and family. You have no shoes/paws to fill but your own....and I shall give you my best as well. A loving home awaits you.
LOOK AT THAT FACE! And the next one! These are two of the pups from the rescue last night that were sweet as can be. Fox (the German Shepherd) was hit by a car a while ago and never got the help he needed, now that he’s safe he will get to a good vet and get the help he needs. Best guess at this time is amputation, he was in so much pain last night and could barely walks but just wanted to smother you in kisses 😘🐶. Keely, the chocolate lab, was a ball of energy. She was in training to be a bomb sniffing dog but failed out. While we don’t know why she failed, I would guess cause she is too friendly and will do anything for a good scratch. She needed a new start too. Both these pups have so much goodness in their future and will love out the rest of their days surrounded by loving families because of rescues like mine. .
It’s important to me and my mental health to do things that keep me grounded and make me feel good and helping pups is the perfect way to do that. I’m able to help animals overcome the worst times of their lives—being hit by cars, hoarding situations, owners poisoning them to get rid of them... they don’t come from good situations, but when they make it to the rescue in Minnesota, they know they are in good hands. These dogs who have no reason to ever trust people again, are some of the kindest souls I have ever met. They are so receptive to love, and while they may be scared at first, they warm up quickly (most of the time) and want to give you all the love.