Sunday, June 29, 2008

Lookit Who We Had a Visit From!

This is Ryan with his adopted pooch, Rambo (formerly Tino)! It was SO wonderful getting to see them again yesterday. Tino (he'll always be Tino to me) was an awesome guy and I thoroughly enjoyed spending time with him again :)

We also snagged a candid HAPPY shot of our Beacon boy who is steadily putting on some weight. :)

Beacon got to meet some wonderful people yesterday who are interested in adopting him when he's available (probably another month or so) so cross your fingers!

In other news, we have some VERY cool magnets for sale! If you are interested, stop by at one of our events or email us at to find out another way to get one :)

The following are $5 a piece:

And these are for $3 :)

Saturday, June 21, 2008

A New Look :)

As you may have noticed, we're in the process of changing things up a bit in the way our site looks. We've chosen a new layout for our website so please feel free to tell us what you think about it. As our group grows, the layout and content of our site will likely grow with us :)

In other news, we have a new event scheduled! Thank you Amie for finding the venue!

Come meet us on Saturday, June 28, 2008 at Parson Jack's Cafe in West Ashley! We'll be there from 11-3. We're going to have some goodies for both people and pooches alike so be sure to stop by!

Also, local artist Chris Sullivan will be playing later that evening so be sure to stick around to see him perform. You're sure to like him! Check out his music here!

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Quite a Bit to Update About :)

Okay, so... :) Jack went to a new home with a family on 10 acres of land. I'm so jealous of him and hope we get pictures of him living it up soon :)


Our adoption event on the 7th and 8th went well too and we got to meet a lot more wonderful people! A special thanks goes to Marva for helping man a spot both Saturday and Sunday and for spoiling Mia with a toy and snazzy new collar! Bill and Anita, once again, THANK YOU for buying some goodies for the pooches in our program. Mia LOVES the ball/rope/firehose bone toy you both got for her :)

Speaking of Mia, no applications on her yet! Everyone who has met her absolutely adores her and I go home and scratch my head every day wondering WHY she hasn't been adopted yet. She is a go anywhere do anything kind of dog. She's a clown and LOVES attention. She's a good dog! Whoever you are out there that's looking for a dog, come out of your hiding spot and take a gander at Mia!


Let's see....what else?

Yesterday, we brought in a new boy named Beacon. Beacon could be right around 18 months or so but he's so underweight and affected by poor nutrition that it's hard to say. He found his way to the home of one of the board members of the animal shelter. He was severely emaciated and badly wounded. His scars indicate that he may have been used to bait other dogs into fighting but no one can confirm that information. Beacon had been at the shelter since March and in that time, they treated his wounds and started trying to get some weight on him. Beacon is still VERY small and could stand to gain 15lbs+ to be at his appropriate weight. He weighed in at a meager 33lbs when we took him yesterday. His spirits are high though and he is a WONDERFUL boy thus far. He needs a crash course in manners and house rules but its nothing that basic training won't fix :) He's very eager to please and his focus is on people. Also, there is a very good possibility this boy could go to a home with small animals. He unexpectedly met a stray cat yesterday and just wanted a good sniff. After that, he was back to looking to people for more attention and direction. We're VERY optimistic about Beacon!


If anyone would like to donate towards Beacon's care, please feel free to contact us at Thank you everyone!