I found Aussie wondering alone on the levy in Baton Rouge just 9-12 months old. She brought tears to my eyes with her unconditional love and trust of me at first sight. I brought her home for the night then to shelter bc I couldn't believe someone didn't miss her.
Jack is an Airedale Terrier and is all about life, giggles, and fun. He is a certified therapy dog. Loves putting smiles on everyone when he goes to visit our local hospital, cancer center, and local stores.
Fred keeps my husband's blood pressure normal and alerts him if he is over-stressed. Ginger alerts diabetics if their blood sugar is extremely high OR extremely low. She has saved my life four times in the last five years.
Walt, a goldendoodle, is a great volunteer. He works in the public schools as a member of the Deaf team. He also volunteers at the library as a READ dog and at Southeast Community College for de-stressing during testing. Walt is two and has recently found out he has severe hip dysplasia.
Here is a picture of my boyChip aka Chipper Shredder. He's almost seven months old as I am writing this but the picture below was from he was almost 4 months old. He was learning to walk on a lead and was wearing a harness which he hated. We were walking past a house with flowers and he flopped down and I took the picture you see below with my phone.
Yorkshire where used by the military to go in fox holes this is Sophie she is a service dog for someone that has PTSD. You don't have to have a big dog to have a service dog any size big or small can be a service dog we shop at sit stay is because of the highest quality of merchandise
This is 10 years old Annie. She is a bug (boston terrier/chinese pug). Annie also works as a service dog. She loves cheese but hates peanut butter(human and dog). She loves most animals and has a cat named Gracie. Of course she loves loves people too.
Please meet this week's Wag Your Tail Spotlight Dog, April!
April's human Richard P. shared with us:
I would like for you to meet my second best friend, APRIL.. ( My wife is my first best friend, but after 35 years together, she deserves top billing! ) So about April. April is a three (3) year old Black Lab, and Chow Mix. As a pup she was injured in a kennel accident, and lost her big fluffy tail, it had to be docked to a stub, as a result of most people mistakenly think she is a pit mix.. She was up for adoption and no-one would even consider her because of the tail, or rather the lack of one! We found her, just days before she was to be "put down", and what a find!
KC, is my pride and joy, we kept him back from our Tia's third litter, I wanted to keep him from the minute he was born, but hesitated as we had lost Karne, our much loved white rescue boy earlier that same year and I was worried I would continually compare them. But it was like he already knew he was staying and had picked us, as he just refused to interact with any of the prospective new owners.
This is Buddy. He's our little ambassador of good will. He earned his canine good citizen status just before his first birthday last year. He loves meeting people of all ages and mugging for the camera. He makes life better for us.
Please meet this week's Wag Your Tail Spotlight Dog, Bramley!
Bramley's human, Jo S. wrote:
My dog, Bramley, is about a 9 year old male neutered Shepherd mix. What he's mixed with is anyone's guess. He's very fluffy, sweet, has a very enthusiastic full-body wag and a beautiful smile (if there was room for more pictures, I'd inundate you).