I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Hello potential family! My name is Sebastin, a 9 week old fluffy boy who is ready to get out and adventure the world. I love to play with my toys, other dogs and cats, and those 2 legged critters are my all time favorite.... I have been started on the potty training rules of the house hold and considering my age things are going as expected. My foster mom told me that one day I will make somebody a great companion since I love to stay in the same room as she is in. If you are interested in becoming my new family then email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Cindy, I wanted to send you a sort of progress report on Coconut. She now weighs 32lbs (putting on about 4lbs/mon), she loves to run, & I hope to get a video of her "singing" at walk time. I love this dog sooo much, thank you so much for rescuing her for us.
We received this email a little over a year ago from a wonderful individual who adopted Primo.
"He is my big little boy! He's grown much bigger than I thought he'd be but he is all the more love in him!
Here are some pictures since he's nearing his birthday! Almost wish I'd adopted a sibling of his... he's just the sweetest and so super smart.
He has several of the treat-hidden plastic games that Petsmart has to offer and he's figured all but two of them out. He loves to fetch and hide and seek. And best yet, he loves little Lola... even when she's bossing him about!
Hope you enjoy! And as always, thank you so much for bringing him into my life. I am so lucky to be sharing my life with him! He's my baby boy!
Thank you for all you do,
Foxy Mama is a gorgeous Tibetan Sand Fox Cross that has decided that people are the best thing ever on the planet and her mission in life is to blend naturally into their environment so that she's never made to leave! Well... No, she's not actually a fox mix but she sure is cute enough to be and she adores people. She would do best in a calmer home but does very well with dog savvy children that are old enough to know how to properly handle a dog. The teeny, rough handed, loud ones really scare her but she loves to cuddle with anyone who knows how to give a proper belly rub and would do well in about any living arrangement. She's doing very well with her house breaking and crate training and is not a chewer at all. Foxy only weighs 20 lbs and will not get any larger since she's between 2 and 3 years old. Her puppies have all been adopted and now she's looking for a perfect home for herself. She is heart worm negative, spayed, current on all of her vaccines, and is current on all monthly preventatives. If you're interested in Foxy just shoot us an email at email@example.com!
This is long. This is a rant. You need to read it. This is Scamp. He's one of the two dogs we are driving to New England this weekend. Scamp has some social anxiety issues that make normal transport dangerous for him. To acclimate him to car riding I invited him to be my ride along partner at work today. He drew lots of admirers and so many folks were thrilled to hear he had found a forever home. I had one woman in a gas station parking lot ask me who his lucky new owners were. I TRIED to tell her that he was being adopted by an amazing lesbian couple who were not intimidated by his issues and had experience working with dogs like Scamp and he was going to be spoiled rotten! What I managed to get out was "He's being adopted by an amazing lesbian..." at which point I was interrupted and cut off by the statement "I thought you were a Christian based rescue! WHY are you adopting dogs to gay people?!" .... (For the record I overcame the urge to strangle her on the spot). I normally leave politics and religion out of rescue bc the dogs don't care who you vote for or who you pray to, but this flew up my nose sideways and I feel the need to tell everyone EXACTLY how BBAR works. We ARE a Christian based rescue and all feel very strongly about our personal beliefs. Especially that verse that says love your neighbor. Jesus told his followers that loving God and loving your neighbor was THE MOST important Commandment in the Bible. That includes your black neighbor, your Jewish neighbor, your poor neighbor and your GAY neighbor! How is declining an adoption application and depriving Scamp, or any other dog, of the PERFECT home for him making "a statement for Christianity"? Huh? We afraid being raised by lesbians is gonna make Scamp a lesbian? We afraid somebody might think that we believe it is OK to treat everyone equally? We believe its OK to love people without agreeing with everything they do? We afraid somebody might think we have the dog's best interest at heart? GOD FORBID anybody think that about us!!! The woman at the gas station was told, as i walked away, that yes, he was being adopted by lesbians, and the first order of business was to cut his hair off really short and make him wear Birkenstocks. For the record, we are an equal opportunity adoption agency. If you will love our dog the way we do, care for him, provide for him, and you are the best match for our dog... You can adopt from our CHRISTIAN rescue! Anyone who has a problem with that needs to spend some time on that branch in their eye before they criticize someone else (and if you don't get that reference then I suggest you read that Bible you want so badly to thump!).
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The website guy for BBAR and full-time District Executive with Boy Scouts of America.