Happy Tails

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Gouda and Feta

Gouda and Feta

May 31, 2019

Gouda is a timid boy who prefers to hang out, where Feta is just a bundle of adventure. The second I walk in the room in the morning they’re both on their hind feet for morning loves. Feta is immediately at the door begging to be let out and when shes out, shes off!! Her first place is always straight for the dogs food, which funny enough, is on the opposite side of the apartment. Then she hopes all the way back to the living room, then back to the kitchen. We refer to it as “doing her laps” Usually the kitten joins her and they just chase each other back and forth.

Gouda, as I mentioned, is a timid boy. He is definitely becoming a mamas boy. If hes hiding I just need to shake the cheerios and hes right at my feet. He was very eager to be reunited with his sister when she came home. He chewed the separating barrier open so he could get to her. He was a little too excited so I had to play it slow for her, but now, they love each other so much, they are often found snuggling and grooming. He is quickly following the habits of the dog here as well. Both boys love to sleep on my fleece blanket on the bed.

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Langley

Langley

May 23, 2019

We want to thank everyone for helping us find our dream pet. We adopted Langley just a few months ago and he has been such a great addition to our family.

We’ve been working on command training and recall. He now knows “wait”, “sit”, “paw”, his name and has been getting some off leash time by the pond near our house!

He’s so wonderful and we just wanted to share how happy he is! Thank you THS for everything.


Silky

Silky

May 15, 2019

I adopted Silky a week ago and just wanted to send an update to let you know that both of us are very happy. She has made herself right at home and seems to be doing well, thanks for all your help.​


Suika

Suika

May 15, 2019

Big Easy’s new name is Suika which mean watermelon in japanese (because she is so sweet and big like watermelon)

She settled in surprisingly quickly. On the next day, she was sleeping on her back on the middle of our bed and eating well but not crazily and asking more. We play with her everyday and she loves her toy.

We even got a harness so we can take her for little walk when the weather get nice! If walking became successful, we would love to take her to visit THS!


King George

King George

May 10, 2019

King George has been in our family for 7 months now! He gets along well with his feline brother, Eli. He spends most of his days cuddling us in bed, playing with balls, meeting new doggo friends at the park, go to breweries and getting attention from strangers. These past few months he’s completed dog training and has started swimming lessons! Adopting him was one of the greatest decisions, we love him to bits! ​


Scarlett

Scarlett

May 03, 2019

​I owe Dr. Travis Strong and the staff at THS a huge thank you for saving and caring for Scarlett (formerly Starlett) while she was in receiving medical assistance.

I first met Scarlett in late January when I came in for my weekly shift as a canine enrichment volunteer. When I took her out she was a bit nervous but was very gentle and calm! I thought she would be adopted out in no time so I was genuinely surprised to see her again when I returned. I took her out again and after a few belly rubs, she slowly placed her paw on my wrist. I decided to ask about her and the staff at the adoption department was very helpful. Thank you Dr. Strong and THS for not giving up on her and provided all the necessary medical care. It’s been almost 3 months since she came to my life and I am thrilled to announce that she’s now a perfectly healthy pooch. She is spoiled rotten by me and my husband. Thanks again THS!