Caption: My name is Ginger. I am a foster dog with happy tail. My foster mom lined my crate with foam ($30-$40 worth of foam) so it would heal. I destroyed it as soon as her back was turned so I still have happy tail.
Ginger is a 3 year old Mastiff with Great Lakes Mastiff Rescue being fostered in Chicago, Il. Unfortunately, we were not able to heal her happy tail so she had to have her tail docked. Ginger is a lovable, small Mastiff only weighing in at 110 lbs. Though small in stauture, she’s big on love. She wants nothing more than to be right next to you at all times. She’s recently started agility training and is doing fabulously. Ginger has high anxiety and OCD so needs to be on daily dosages of clomicalm which helps her greatly. Even with the calming meds, she still continues to be a counter-surfer extraordinaire but no longer needs to steal all the toilet paper in the house for which all the humans are very happy. If you’re interested in finding out more about Ginger, please click here.
This nice bed you bought for us? It was DELICIOUS!
Leo, Nigel, Cami, Grey, Red, Blue, and Green are from Western Montana and are ready for forever homes today! They are available through the Humane Society of Western Montana. Their mother, Rose, was found as a very skinny stray and taken to a kill shelter in CA. The puppies were born in the shelter prior to Dog Is My Co-Pilot flying them up here to Missoula. They have been in my home for the last 6 weeks. Mom is a heeler/lab, the father is possibly a Rottweiler. They are playful, cute, and well socialized with other dogs and kids. They return to the Humane Society of Western Montana tomorrow and will be spayed/neutered and ready for homes next week. These puppies are beyond adorable! If you’d like more information on a specific dog, please contact us, email@example.com and we’ll put you in touch with their foster parents.
The “Game of Throne” foster puppies, Bran, Danny, John Snow and Drogo are beyond adorable but can be a handful all together Day one they decided to “repaint” the guest bathroom I had them staying in, good thing they’re so cute!
These puppies are just over four months old and are believed to be a terrier mix. They’re from Central California and are being fostered through Kings County Animal Services. They’re very small and I anticipate them growing into very small adults too. Their mama was brought into the shelter and was believed to be not as far along as she actually was. She was scheduled to be fixed and the very day of the surgery these rascals decided they’d rather be born instead. They’ve been little fighters since day one and I promised them that since they fought so hard to come into this world, I’d fight just as hard to get them the best homes out there! If you are interested in any of these puppies, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll put you in touch with their foster family.
We got a note from Brooke Lloyd updating us on these two sweethearts!
“Update: I just wanted to let you all know that these two little ones got adopted by the best family ever! But the best part is, they got adopted TOGETHER!!!! I’m so happy for them and their new family, they’re going to have a great life together. Thank you all for your kind words and thoughts for them.”
At midnight, I cried to go out. I went out and barked my head off. I came in the house and realized I stepped in my own poo. When mom yelled to stop, I proceeded to run through the house leaving lots of poo prints. Pete
-I’m not sorry and I will probably do it again!
Our dog Marlie cannot be contained! She has now escaped three crates (bending them and flipping them in the process) jumped over 2 gates and now breaking the gate to get through. My husband and I should have known better than to give her a wood gate on the bottom.
I was going to my moms’ house when I noticed this dog running around without any human supervision. After I caught him I was able to call the number on his tag. As it turns up, he ran away from his foster family (for the second time). While we waited for the family to come pick him up, he ate all of our dog’s food and pooped all over the house. Then he was so exhausted, he just lay down and took a nap.
I’ve eaten too many things! Some include: Baseboards, books, homework, contact lenses, glasses, $40 cash, 3 blackberries, remote controls, underwear, socks, windowsills, lots of cat poop, legos, and boxes of cookies and cakes!
Funny enough, Murphy ate that sign as soon as his owner was done snapping the shot!
I got an email from Murphy’s owner and after telling me her dog was a perfect example of dog shaming, I went to their website and discovered that Murphy loves getting into trouble. Read all about his antics on their facebook page!
Our golden retriever “Cleo” found and chewed up a Tupperware cup her Dad left outside while her brother “Cobber” watched. The irony is that their Mum is a Tupperware demonstrator….don’t think the folks at Tupperware will replace that cup