Tuesday, March 10, 2009

living life between the details

A baker's dozen. See the latest Canine Good Citizen stars here: CGC Gold

Special thanks to Animal Farm Foundation for supporting this program with your AKC CGC incentive program. Shelters and rescues, check it out. This is a great way to support pit bull owners in your community and earn money for your org. Left: Two BR alum housemate dogs, Albert and Fiona, earned their CGCs together this past weekend.

More News: ... Bob the Dog and Otter both go full adoption this week ... Howie has a potential home ... Emmett is being courted ... New dog Fly Girl joins our Ambassadog program ... Nelly's surgery is today! ... Check back for her updates.


Sam said...

This post makes me so excited for my dog's upcoming CGC test. Since I've had her, she has been fearful of human touch. She's come a long way, but passing the test would be the icing on the cake.

It really is a joy to track the dogs you've adopted out through the adoption process, then with the happy endings stories, and of course with awards like the CGC. Keep it up, you give hope to a lot of people out there.

Princess said...

Good luck Nelly!! We're rooting for a successful surgery! You deserve it. :o)

Anonymous said...

Oh Nelly,
I am so smitten with you! Today I am sending good love and energy to you for much success towards your surgery, recovery and a well-loved and well-lived life. Bless your sweet little soul!!!

Anonymous said...

good luck nelly!

Frodo said...

Oh Nelly, last night I put my two paws together and pray to the Bullygods that everything go good for dat new nose you getting. Den after you all better, try to smell da flowers once in a while, dey smelz good! See you in class!

Your friend,


Anonymous said...

Any word yet on how Miss Nelly's surgery went? How's she feeling? How long is the anticipated recovery time? (I'm as worried as if she were my own!)

S & B - Monterey

Kristi said...

Hope Nelly's surgery was successful. It is certainly one that should be written up for a veterinary journal. I would think it would be quite complex.