Juno’s Happy Ending

Thank you for allowing us to welcome Juno into our family. This young Shepherd (the vet thinks Sharpei) cross female love bug has been by our sides the minute she stepped into our home.  She has come with a few medical challenges, but her health and happiness and the happiness that she has brought to […]

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Oakley’s Happy Ending

We adopted a baby boy from ARF and the experience we had was absolutely awesome. Oakley’s foster dad (Troy) at the time came to our home to make sure Oakley would have all the love and support he needed. When Oakley ate his adoption folder, Troy was there to help with that too! Many thanks […]

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Dallas’s Happy Ending

I just saw the happy ending story about Yodi and, reading her story and seeing her picture, I believe our girl Dallas was from the same litter. Dallas came to us at just over 8 weeks from ARF and was an integral member of our family for 13 years. She slept on the couch (or […]

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Lila & Cash’s Happy Ending

We adopted Lila (originally named Heidi) from ARF about five years ago and she fit into our family immediately. She’s warm, loving, and affectionate. She’s my shadow…follows me everywhere and is a wonderful little companion. Cash was our “project”; we adopted him four years ago after he spent six months being fostered by ARF volunteers. […]

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Rosie’s Happy Ending

Many years ago, my eldest son and I walked into a pet store to buy some food for the hedgehogs and cats we had. There were some cute little puppies and one old soul – her name was Rosie. Her eyes held mine and there was an immediate connection. Rosie was 1 – 1 1/2 years […]

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Yodi’s Happy Ending

We adopted Yodi from ARF when she was barely 8 weeks old, she had been found with the rest of the litter in a garbage can. Yodi is now turning 14 this year and is the most amazing dog in the world. She has had a great life and currently spends her days sleeping or […]

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Dog’s Happy Ending

Kita was 6 months old when I adopted her. A lanky black and brown dog with big paws and ears that wanted to be perky, they were just a little too big at the very tips. So her ears would wave at you when she trotted up to say “Hi”. I didn’t mean to adopt […]

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