Time has a way of getting away from me these days. It has been nearly five months since Jazzy and Rasta entered our lives. Rasta was adopted only a couple of weeks later, to a wonderful young couple who adore her. Jazzy’s heartworm diagnosis was too much for the small rescue to handle, and so … Continue reading Foster Dog Jazzy’s Heartworm Treatment
Rasta has been fostered, perhaps to adopt! This wonderful couple fell in love with her at the Farmer's Market. A dog like Rasta could easily have been overlooked in a crowded shelter, but on an outing, she shone. Since I'd been fostering her, I could continue to discuss her behavior and care as they became … Continue reading Rasta Fostered!
Monday 8/26/19 I am apprehensive as we prepare to go to the vet. I am worried that the dogs will have an imporant medical concern. I leave a little early so that I can take the half-hour drive out to Archer slowly. Jazzy jumps nimbly into the car, while Rasta gives me a look that … Continue reading Jazzy and Rasta Go to the Vet
Saturday 8/24/19 The dogs do little but sleep and wander the yard on Thursday and Friday. We go on walks each morning down to the creek. They like to sniff the long grass that grows along the bank. I barely keep Jazzy from jumping in after a frog who leaps out from under her nose. … Continue reading Rasta and Jazzy are Settling In
Wednesday, 8/21/19 It was the first post that I saw when I logged onto my computer on Wednesday morning. Six dogs at risk of being euthanized in Dixie County. When I saw the post, the dogs had until noon to find foster homes. I did some quick research on the rescue who had posted the … Continue reading Introducing Jazzy and Rasta