Profile: I'm the proud puppy mom of 2 dogs, Duckie and Molly, as well as a kitten named Izzy. Truly, no outfit in my house is complete without a solid 3 coats of pet hair. After losing my best buddy last year, a Samoyed named Max, I decided the best way to honor him would be to rescue my next pet. That's when we found Molly, Max's miniature, blonde twin. Duckie joined us by surprise on Tuesday evening when we found her as a stray, who we fostered for a month before deciding to adopt. My animals are the loves of my life.
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Molly was adopted from the Delaware County SPCA after we lost our dog, Max, a 14-year-old Samoyed. She has brought us so much joy in our time of grief. Molly is a very beautiful girl with an even more beautiful personality. She loves to learn new tricks and picks them up very quickly. She also loves to take herself for a walk or a run around town whenever she can squeeze out of an open door. Whenever we leave, we always come home to an excited Molly, who always waits for our return by the backdoor.View Profile
My boyfriend and I were driving down a busy street in our town one night when a little dog jumped out in front of our car. Thankfully, we did not hit her. We pulled over to follow her as she trotted towards a pond to see if she had tags or any sign of an owner. To our surprise, she jumped straight into the pond to chase after some ducks (hence her name) before coming over to greet us with lots of very wet kisses. We realized she had no identification on her. After fostering the pup while we looked for her owner, we realized, unfortunately, there was no one out looking for Duckie. She has become a great addition to our family and provides us with many laughs, kisses, and snuggles! She loves to sleep with her owners and sit on any lap that is warm and inviting. However, Duckie's past owners did not give her proper house-training. We're working on using the yard as the bathroom, as well as getting Duckie over her fear of thunderstorms.View Profile
Max was my first dog... a pure-bred Samoyed that we adopted when I was just a tyke in kindergarten. Given the normal lifespan of a Samoyed is only around 11 years, we were lucky enough to have Max with us until he passed in late 2008 at the age of 14. He remained a puppy in spirit up until the last few months of his life, always eager to greet guests, chew on sneakers, or enjoy a long belly rub. Although we have added two rescue dogs to the family in Max's memory, he is truly missed in our family and there were always be a void in our hearts that only Max could ever fill.View Profile