Zoey was given to us by someone who no longer wanted her and was adopted at the SPCA. We got her at seven months with the puppy flu and very malnourished, but now at three years old, she's as healthy as can be.
She was abandoned before being found and taken to the SPCA by a policeman, so unfortunately she has a few scars from living on the streets for about three months. She was very sick when we first got her, she was very close to dying. But thankfully we saved her life and put up with her like no one else would have done, and now she's perfectly fine and healthy, ...
Back in 2009, I was hoping to find a friend for my Siberian Husky, River. I found Charlie (then known as Buster) on Petfinder. We're not sure, but we think he's a Collie/Husky mix?? He was on the e-list at the county pound due to having a bad eye. A shelter stepped in, had his eye removed, and placed him up for adoption. He's such a wonderful dog, so loving, loyal, cuddly and snuggly... I can't imagine him being euthanized for such a trivial thing as a missing eye! He LOOOOOVES balls and toys very much, always wants to be touched, and will love you forever if you'd let him!
Dakota is an eleven year old, Shepherd/Chow/Husky mix. She was adopted nine years ago, from a local high-kill shelter. She is very loving, fun, and optimistic. Most days she relaxes around the house and sleeps--as old age can do so. However, she has plenty of pep left to her, and enjoys most things in life. Dakota enjoys treats, walks, and belly rubs. She is also very talkative, and will let you know when she wants something!
Dexter was brought up from West Virginia to the shelter we adopted him from. We were told he is Boxer Australian Shepherd, but whatever he is he is 100% cute. He loves playing at the beach with his friends and taking long hikes on the trails in the woods.