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Success Story "Cassie" (fka Aimee)

Success Story "Cassie" (fka Aimee)

Aimee is loving her new forever home and really loves her new name and furry sibling! Read this great update from mom Stormy:

Hi Muttville!

I wanted to share how well Cassie (formerly Aimee) is settling in!

She’s the PERFECT addition to our family. She was understandably a bit shook up when leaving her foster family, but she has already bonded with me and making herself comfortable at home. She and our Bellaboo are very respectful of one another and slowly starting to build their own relationship <3

Thank you for the wonderful rescues you do!

Wags & Woofs!

Stormy



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mariem3 | 08.16.17 | 0 comments

Success Story "Otto"

Success Story "Otto"

Loving words from Ryan and Carol about their beloved Muttville boy, Otto, who crossed the rainbow bridge earlier this month:

In memory of ‘our big man’ Otto.

When I first saw Otto’s picture on Muttville page, I thought there was a mistake and that it was a repost of our first Muttville dog Lucy. I knew that he was meant to live with us and we adopted him straightaway, and welcomed (now) Otto Marraccini-Otto to our Muttville family (joining his Muttville brothers and sisters Lucy, Kara, and Starbuck).

I will always remember him for his big goofy smile and his gentle spirit. He was always an instant favourite with everyone he met. My wife was convinced that I thought of Otto as my furry twin.

The decision to let Otto go was extremely hard for us. I am so grateful to Muttville for saving this gentle soul with his big soft eyes. I am glad he got to spend his sunset years with us and be warm, happy, and safe. I miss my furry friend terribly.

In loving memory,

Ryan and Carol Otto.



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mariem3 | 08.09.17 | 0 comments

Success Story "Rosa" (aka #4120)

Success Story "Rosa" (aka #4120)

New mom Kristin tells us that sweet ’n sassy Rosa is enjoying being loved in her new home:

Rosa is doing so great. We had a few bumps in the road with her health, but nothing we can’t manage. She’s such a sassy little girl, but she LOVES everyone. Every person she meets falls in love with her instantly. I would just like to give a huge thanks to everyone who took care of her. I don’t know what I would do without my little pooch. She is such a ray of sunshine in my life. THANK YOU!!!!!



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mariem3 | 08.02.17 | 0 comments

Success Story "Bernie" 4719

Success Story "Bernie" 4719

Makes our hearts smile! Thanks for sharing, Nioaka!

We adopted Bernie on Saturday, a day after my 16 and a half year old dachshund Frankie passed away. I got him when he was 14 years old. We had been thinking of adding another senior dachshund as both my dachshund and Chihuahua have health issues and didn’t have much longer life expectancy.

My old boy Frankie was my soul dog. I miss my Frankie so much. I felt like adopting Bernie was a sign. Bernie came around right in time. Bernie fit right into my apartment, he learned the doggy door in record time and at some point was crate trained because he walks into a crate (it was for foster kittens) and falls asleep on the bed.

Bernie doesn’t replace the loss of my Frankie, nothing ever will. But his sweet cuddly personality and silly antics (some of which remind me of my Frankie) make me smile during this difficult time. Thank you for saving him. I look forward to adopting from Muttville in the future.



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mariem3 | 07.28.17 | 0 comments

Success Story "Henry" 4499

Success Story "Henry" 4499

Hospice dog Henry hears the Call of the Wild! Thanks to Cathy for sharing:

Henry is a total love. He’s gotten strong and improved his stamina quite a bit chasing Haehly. He’s very competitive so doesn’t like to be left behind. At the river he ran all over the rocks and in the water. He ran through tall grass in the meadow following deer trails. He encountered 3 young bucks and was very respectful. As they moved toward him he stood his ground until they whirled away bounding off He didn’t chase, just looked happy. He’s a great traveler, enjoys a good burger and checking out rest stops. He’ very good about going outside, even in new places. He’s so much fun! It’s great to see him get excited and launch into the back seat of the car He also has a very special trick that he pulls out only when one of his very favorites, usually pizza, is on offer. I’ll try to get a pic but he’s got me laughing so hard I forget. He also puts on his “utterly sincere” face. Quite an act. Well he’s so endearing and fun and cute I hope he’s with us for quite a while. We go back to the mountains to celebrate the 4th with him. So grateful for him and all the mutts that gain their independence from lack to love with you. You guys are really the greatest!

Much love

Cathy, Scott and Henry (WhiteFang)



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mariem3 | 07.19.17 | 0 comments