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Success Story "Scupper" aka Lincoln

Success Story "Scupper" aka Lincoln

Adopting a hospice dog is really about appreciating the joys of life. Fospice boy Scupper is truly living it up:

We fospiced Lincoln in August. As you can see in the photo, he is doing well. While he is blind, it does seem that a bit of hearing has come back to him. Not much hearing but some high pitch sounds. His fur has grown in and he quickly learned how to use the doggie door to go outside. He is house trained. He enjoys exploring the yard and car rides. In fact he drove with us thrown Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, South Dakota, Minnesota, Ohio, And Colorado this winter where he enjoyed playing in the snow. He is back home safe and sound where he is going in and out of the dog door all day even with his hip arthritis and blindness. He is a brave little guy.

Lincoln is super sweet too! His personality is really blooming. He likes to play and gets very animated. He also really enjoys being held and actually jumps into our arms in the morning when we wake him up. He hugs us when we hold him. So sweet. He loves walks but he is slow so we call his walks “sniffs” instead.

Lincoln eats well (most of the time!) He loves the kibble brand which Sherri fed him so we have continued to feed him the same brand. And we discovered he loves milk, although we have to give him lactose free b/c he appears to be lactose intolerant. Funniest part of his eating desires is his absolute crazy love for apples. We are cautious to ensure he doesn’t have the core or the seeds and we only feed him a little bit every few days. We’ve never had a dog love apples so much. Very funny.

We changed his name to “Scupper" because he seems to be able to hear the strong consonants and syllables better than “Lincoln” In fact his ears really perk up any time we call out “Scupper!!" which never seemed to happen with the name Lincoln.

We are very happy with the little guy and he seems to be happy with us too.

Dan and Kim



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02.15.17

Success Story "Apple" 2406

Success Story "Apple" 2406

With happiness comes tears. A story that makes our hearts sing for the loving family she found, and saddened to hear she has crossed the rainbow bridge. Thank you Susan for sharing Apple’s story:

Apple moved in with us June 28, 2014. Us being Peggy, Susan, Dinky, Gussie, and Tansee. . .two humans and three dawgs. She quickly established herself as the eldest matriarch who loved scolding the other three for making too much noise.

Apple was devoted to Susan and Peggy; she was always in our laps under the blankets all nice and cozy. Apple was often very fickle; during the day time she cuddled with Peggy. At night it was Susan through and through. Apple was a chihuahua through and through! At bedtime her favorite place to sleep was in Susan’s left armpit. Don’t ask me why!!! She may have had no teeth but that never stopped her from enjoying her meals and cookies or giving daily kisses. Her tongue hung out on the right side, and only the right side. Like her mommie (Susan) she loved sunning in the backyard, often staying outside when everyone else went inside. We had to bring her inside from time to time. Going to places excited her; meeting new laps thrilled her; hiding under blankets soothed her. Her trademark pose was peeking out from under a blanket; we have millions of pictures of her in this pose. The two years, four months, and five days were full of experiences, laughter, kisses, and amazement.

Apple died on November 02, 2016. She was very clear that it was time. She went for her last walk that morning and made her last deposit :-). We were all with her when she died. She is home and has her own altar. In the two months since her death we feel her absence so keenly. Apple was and still is the queen.

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It is not our differences that divide us.
It is our inability to recognize, accept and celebrate those differences.

Audre Lorde

Tu eres mi otro yo. (You are my other me.)
Si te hago dano a ti. (If I do harm to you.)
Si hago dana a mi mismo. (I do harm to myself.)
Si te amo y respeto, (If I love and respect you,)
Me amo y respeto yo. (I love and respect myself.)

Luis Valdez

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01.25.17

Success Story "Muffin" 2712

Success Story "Muffin" 2712

Muffin has passed on, but not before giving and receiving a lifetime of love:

Hello friends at Muttville,

We said a very sad goodbye to our beautiful dachshund, Muffin (Muffin 2712), whom we adopted in Dec. 2014. Just before Thanksgiving, she developed pneumonia. While our amazing vets at Bishop Ranch Veterinary Center tried everything to help her through it, Muffin was not able to recover.

We miss our sweet girl immensely. Muffin was an absolute love to everyone she met and transfixed them with her gorgeous brown eyes. Formerly an indoor dog (her previous pet parent was 102 years old), Muffin loved exploring rose gardens, parks and most of all, Lake Tahoe. She was a calming presence to all, and shared her wonderful spirit with us and her 14 year old doxie “sister” for the past two years, thanks to Muttville. Muffin 🌹 Dec. 2006 – Nov. 2016.

On Dec. 4th, I submitted a donation in honor of Muffin to Muttville via my employer’s Corporate Giving program.

I also want to thank Sherri, who personally coordinated our introduction to Muffin on a cold, rainy night before any photos were available. How lucky we were!

Kind regards,

Karol & family

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01.25.17

Success Story "Rudy"

Success Story "Rudy"

Rudy was adopted in 2009 and is still going strong! Mom Patricia gives us this wonderful update:

Rudy Nureyev Jr. is about 16 years old now and a lot has happened since 2009 when Muttville rescued him. For several years Rudy was the “gallery dog” at the Frank Bette Center for the Arts in Alameda. After I stopped working there I sensed he was bored so I took him to classes and he passed his Canine Good Citizen Test with flying colors. He’s a really smart dog as well as a sweet, quiet, lap dog. His most favorite thing is being picked up and carried around. He sinks into your arms and rests his head on your shoulder. After passing his test he got a weekly gig at a local nursing home. With Rudy in their lap some of the patients, who appeared almost catatonic, would come alive. He also modeled a tux in a fashion show. I couldn’t have a more perfect dog and he has brought such joy to not just me but hundreds of others coming into the art center and at the nursing home. Thank you for saving him for me.

With Gratitude,

Patricia

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01.25.17

Success Story Missy

Success Story Missy

Who knew Missy was such a music and TV fan! Read this wonderful update sent in by Leona and John:

I just wanted you to know that Missy is doing well. She is a most active eleven-year old. She wakes us up at 6:10 every morning so that we do not miss our morning walk with her (not as if we could not sleep in and walk her later, as we are both retired). Missy makes sure that our cats get their exercise, as well. Whenever someone is that the door, Missy is sure to announce it for us. Missy is a big Warriors fan. She is the first on the sofa in the family room when it is tele time. She also likes House Hunters, especially if the home buyers have a dog. Missy is faithful company (again on the sofa) each evening when I do my exercises. She likes listening to the music; I think that The Essex, March, Little Peggy, The Ronettes, Chiffons, The Chiffons, Betty Everett, and The Crystals are her favorite artists.

Thank you for all that you do,

Leona and John

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01.18.17

Success Story "Mandy" 3537

Success Story "Mandy" 3537

Mutt mom Kelly’s short and sweet note about her senior gal Mandy says enough to warm our hearts:

I adopted Mandy in July 2016. I’m seeing her blossom more every day. She leaps in the air at dinner time, makes Scooby-Doo noises randomly, and snores like the little old lady that she is.

I love her to pieces, and she is an asset to my world.

Thanks to Muttville, for pulling Mandy from a high-kill shelter so I could adopt her.

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01.11.17

Success Story "Sadie" 3048

Success Story "Sadie" 3048

Last week, we shared a wonderful tribute written by Carolyn to her daughter and her Muttville dog, Daisy. This week, it’s Carolyn and Sadie’s turn! Enjoy our first success story of the new year:

Happy New Year from Sadie and her family. I know she is thankful to have her forever home with us, and the feeling is a thousand times over for us.

We love her so much, she is my little shadow, likes to follow me, and keep me in her sight, and of course I love it too.

Many thanks for taking such good care of her, and allowing her into my life.

Lots of love and big thanks

Carolyn

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01.03.17

Success Story "Daisy" (a.k.a. Dee Dee)

Success Story "Daisy" (a.k.a. Dee Dee)

How sweet is this? Carolyn sent us the story of her daughter Darlene and her Muttvile sweetie Daisy.

Carolyn herself is an “adopted” mutt mom of a Muttville dog named Sadie. Mother and daughter decided each to adopt a dog at around the same time 18 months ago, and both chose a senior from Muttville! Sadly, Darlene’s girl, Daisy, passed away. We’re touched by Carolyn’s tribute to Daisy:

My daughter Darlene adopted Daisy around that same time I adopted Sadie. She was a small dog, with 2 broken legs that were never properly taken care of prior to Muttville saving her.

Sorry to say Daisy passed 2 weeks ago, with a blood clot in her lung. There was no warning or anything Darlene could have done, (she is an animal health technician).

She had Daisy’s legs fixed, and nursed her to where she could walk and run. This past summer, Darlene had a very serious back operation, and little Miss Daisy, was glued to her side – the best medicine Darlene could have had for her recovery.

Darlene and her husband Leo gave that little Miss Daisy a most beautiful life, and she gave back being Darlene’s little love and nurse when she had her back surgery and during recovery.

Thank you for all you do.

Sincerely,

Carolyn, mother to Darlene, and adopted Mom to Sadie

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12.27.16

Success Story Reba

Success Story Reba

A meaningful message perfect for the holiday season. Thank you Susan for warming our hearts with your update about Reba:

We adopted Reba from Muttville in April. I just wanted to let you know she’s fantastic and doing well. She and my 9 year old share lots of love.

We received tons of negative comments about adopting an older dog because what would we do when the dog died? Our daughter understands that pets are with us for a short time and we need to love them while they are with us. And when they die we’ll mourn but be thankful for what they’ve given us and then give another animal a home.

So happy we found Muttville.

Happy Holidays,

Susan

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12.21.16

Success Story Lola (aka Dolly Parton)

Success Story Lola (aka Dolly Parton)

Lola says “Greetings from Boston!”:

Dolly (now Lola) is a good little traveler she made the whole flight to Boston without a peep! Luckily, the seat next to me was empty so I was able to let her out to sleep on the floor awhile. I put a blanket over her and she was snoring in seconds!

We think she definitely has picked up since being with us. She loves to go to the beach for a walk and she loves her meals. At first I had to encourage her to eat now she is waiting for her meals!

She is opening up but I think it will take awhile. She is a good little girl she loves her warm bed by the fire.

We love her, we wish we could have taken at least 3 little souls home.

Thank you for all you do.

Sincerely,

Michelle

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12.14.16

Success Story Scooby (aka 2251)

Success Story Scooby (aka 2251)

Some stories tell us so much in a few words and pictures. Thank you Jordan for this loving tribute to Scooby:

We adopted Scooby about two and a half years ago and on November 10, he passed away from anemia.

He was only at Muttville a couple days but I just wanted to let you know he was the best dog we ever had and so thankful you guys saved him and allowed us to spend the last two and a half years with him.

Over the last couple years he established a special relationship with my wife. He understood sometimes before I did when she was feeling bad and would sit with her. If I got too close he would growl and wouldn’t let me close until things were better. We took him to Tahoe, Big Sur, and Pismo Beach. He never liked the water but liked to watch other dogs and humans run in and out of the ocean.

I just wanted to share and thank you for all the work you do, he was very special to us.

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12.07.16

Success Story Finnegan

Success Story Finnegan

Mutt mom Amanda shares her story with Finnegan. She helped build his confidence, and with patience a perfect little mutt emerged:

I adopted Finnegan in September 2015 and we recently celebrated his adoptioniversary/birthday! There was a lot to celebrate with all the progress he has made over the past year. Finny was a special Muttville pup – so shy that the volunteers couldn’t always get him out from his hiding spots under the furniture for his daily walks. He wouldn’t make eye contact with me and kept a safe distance at first.

We originally tried speaking to him in English, Spanish, French, and Japanese since he wouldn’t respond to anyone talking to him! He still loves being under furniture and has a favorite chair he likes to nap under, but is no longer “hiding.”

Finnegan and I now go everywhere together. He is always right on my heels, following me around and staring up at me with smiles. We have become best pals. He continues to get more and more brave, sometimes even walking right up to strangers on our walks, to say hi and accept some head rubs. He spreads smiles to all of our neighbors while out and about. His coat has really grown in- it seems that with the help of nutritious food and a safe home, Finnegan is thriving and has become the fluffiest of fur balls! He does a happy dance every time I come home with lots of little jumps in the air and a BIG smile!

He is the best little roommate and I love him dearly. I don’t know if Finny was always such a shy boy or if it happened during his transition between homes, however being able to give him his forever home and work with him to become a more confident, happier pup has been an incredibly rewarding experience! Finny and I are SO happy together and I am forever grateful for Muttville.

Thank you!

Amanda

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11.30.16

Success Story Bernard

Success Story Bernard

Moving on after the loss of a pet is hard on every family member, including the other furry kids. Janet and her family pets decided to give a chance to one lucky dog:

We had a two dog and three cat household and everything was good. The two dogs had been together for almost their entire lives. Then a little over a year ago one of the dogs, Milo, developed heart disease. And in spite of the best care we could provide he passed away in August.

We had no intention of getting another dog but Dobby, the remaining dog, was visibly lonely and upset after Milo passed. We knew finding a dog that fit into our family would be difficult. With one 11 year old dog and 3 cats from 3 to 8 years old finding a dog that would get along with everyone seemed like a tall order.

After looking long and hard we stumbled upon Muttville and realized a senior dog was just what we needed. We browsed the adoptable dogs and for some reason Bernard just jumped out at us. He was in a foster near where we live so arranged a meeting between Dobby and Bernard and have never looked back.

Bernard instantly won our hearts and over the last two months has become fully integrated into the family. He’s smart, funny, loving and a good companion to Dobby.

I sing the praises of senior dog rescue to anyone I can. Even the cats have stopped hissing at him! Muttville you rock ❤

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11.23.16

Success Story Pumpkin (aka Darling) & Ricky

Success Story Pumpkin (aka Darling) & Ricky

It’s the magic of Muttville! Thanks to Kelli for sharing her story:

I have a soft spot for the seniors after having a 90lb dog that made it to 14 with a lot of smiles, despite his arthritis. I lost him to congestive heart failure in December and really grieved for the hole he left in my heart. I heard about Muttville and at first I thought I’d just volunteer, then I thought I’d foster, then I asked myself, “Who am I kidding, there’s NO WAY I could foster and give a dog up.” So I decided to adopt and foster.

I asked which dogs needed more medical care and saw several online and went in to see them in person. When I met Darling (now Pumpkin), she had her nose to the door, just waiting for someone to come in. I walked in, sat down and opened my arms up and she just mushed her whole body against me and I knew I had found my dog. When I got her home, she went to my shag area rug and just rubbed her face into the carpet and rolled around for a good twenty minutes in utter bliss. I got her medical records sent to me and as I read them, I just cried. She had been so severely neglected, most likely living outside on a chain her entire life. This was potentially the first time she had even been on a soft carpet.

I successfully fostered another dog a few weeks later and when I finalized the adoption, I went straight back to Muttville to pick up another foster named Ricky. He was a sweet, dopey, quiet little Cocker Spaniel who was half bald. When I got Ricky home, I realized he was LYING when he was at the shelter. He’s a total goofball with a really silly, loving and whacky personality and he’s not quiet at all. He also has the climbing capabilities of a mountain goat and partakes in what we call, “carpet swimming”. Two weeks after bringing him home, he managed to escape the yard and I ended up walking my neighborhood with his leash around my neck, crying as I was looking for, “my little baby”. I got him back that day, luckily and after we caught him sleeping with Pumpkin on the same bed (even though we have three beds). I called and adopted him. His medical records showed that he was most likely never taken to a vet prior to going to Muttville. His baldness was due to a low thyroid condition and he now has the most beautiful coat.

Now, they are both spoiled rotten and we have a happy house. I also have to get my area rug professionally cleaned every few months because of the amount of abuse it receives.

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11.16.16

Success Story Hannah (aka Jelly Bean)

Success Story Hannah (aka Jelly Bean)

Mutt mom Sara warms our hearts with her story filled with gratitude and love:

I am compelled to share Hannah’s story because I am so grateful I am able to provide a home for this sweet girl rather than her wandering the streets as a stray when she was found.

Next month will be two and a half years since she waddled over to me at a Maddie’s Days event. She brings me so much joy and is the perfect dog for me! Everyone who meets Hannah falls in love with her sweet doggie smile and low-key attitude, and I love telling them that she was adopted through Muttville and how great it is to love a senior dog.

Thanks so much to Muttville for all you do for these doggies and for introducing me to Hannah!

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11.09.16

Success Story Rita 3218

Success Story Rita 3218

A great story attesting to the health benefits of having a senior dog! Read Gina’s accounting of her life with Rita so far:

I adopted Rita on September 26, 2015. I can’t wait to see her in the next 3000 on the Wall of Fame! Recently, Rita’s vet told me that she needed a dental and more extractions, which meant putting her under at her age and taking even more of her teeth :( I had to run a GoFundMe in order to get her surgery done, because at this time I had some other personal issues arise that made finances very difficult. I am so happy-my friends and family and even people I hadn’t seen in quite a while donated and Rita has her dental scheduled for the end of this month. In honor of this success, I would like to share her story with you and hopefully make it on the Success Story Wall!

After enduring an umbilical hernia, mouth infections, fleas, alopecia, and luxating patella on the streets of San Jose, undergoing wonderful treatment and love at Muttville, and now stablizing in my home with great vet help, Rita is healthy and happy! Her coat grew out so much that she looks like a fluff ball. She LOVES food and is really starting to show her personality-she truly is a “fiery redhead” as her original Muttville description warned me of…

She entered my life at a difficult time and has had an indescribable impact on my own health and well-being, so I try to do the same for her every day. She is a senior – gotta respect your elders! ;) She is registered as a psychiatric assistance animal so she is able to join me almost everywhere I go, having adventures – she’s been to Florida (Epcott Center, so really she’s been around the entire world), San Diego, and several times to Pasadena to visit with her grandparents and extended fam. She has driven up and down the California coast on the 101 between San Francisco and Los Angeles – her favorite places are Avila Beach and Casa de Fruta. She is even going camping with me this summer, and to Lake Tahoe. She comes with me to work and brings smiles to all of my coworkers and friends. It is even a pleasure just to see people I pass on the street, see on the bus, or meet in taxis light up because she’s just so CUTE.

She has SO many nicknames, here are a few: Rita Monster, RitaBear, Bäarchen, Meter Maid, Gilda, Morsilla, Molé, Bicho, etc.

I wish I could share even more pictures with you of her on all of her adventures… But for now, here are some of our favorites! (photographs above)

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11.02.16

Success Story Melody

Success Story Melody

Short and sweet note from Evelyn who let us know her life is now complete, thanks to Melody:

Is she not the most darling little girl? I love her so very much and she is doing extremely well on her medicaitons. She has made herself completely at home and makes sure she is in my lap to protect me from everyone. I don’t know what I would do without her because I am now at home all of the time so I don’t go anywhere unless it is to the doctors or once in a great while out to lunch.

Love and hugs, Evelyn and Melody

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10.24.16

Success Story Darla

Success Story Darla

It’s joy joy joy from here on out for sweet senior Darla! Here’s how her first few days went with her new family:

She has settled in great from day one, and is the sweetest little girl with a hysterical spunky side.

We took her for a veterinary check-up immediately after her adoption, and we’ve been keeping up with her daily medications and her vet-prescribed diet dog food. We started her off with short walks around the block, and have slowly increased the distance each day. She’s built up a ton of strength in her legs and can now walk about 4-5 times further than when we first adopted her! She gets a long daily walk (which she always looks forward to) and has already lost a solid amount of weight due to her strict diet. Her energy and enthusiasm have picked up immensely with the weight-loss; she seems to get happier and more energetic with each passing week! Sometimes when she gets bursts of energy she’ll even break into a short run which is hysterical.

She has a few “spots” around our apartment that she really enjoys. She loves her dog bed at the end of our bed, sitting on the couch with us wrapped up in a blanket, and she even has a special mat by the window that she uses to sunbathe every day. When not at home or out for a walk, we take her with us everywhere (parks, beaches, and an upcoming camping trip!). We seriously could not be happier with what a beautiful addition she has been to our family and our lives.

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10.19.16

Success Stories Blaze & Max

Success Stories Blaze & Max

Pam gave an amazing life to brothers, Blaze and Max. She shares with us their story:

Just wanted to share with you that we lost our Muttville dog, Max, early September. It was truly a sad day at our house.

We adopted him from Muttville, along with his brother Blaze, back in the fall of 2013. You probably remember that we lost his brother, Blaze, soon after but Max was a trooper and hung in for nearly three years despite several surgeries and illnesses.

Max was really one in a million. He was so loving and affectionate to us and to his adopted sister, Sasha, as well as to all of our cats and virtually everyone he met. BJ (my husband) was his special buddy and he followed him all around the house and everywhere he went. Max’s tail never stopped wagging and, until the last week or two, he was always ready to go for a walk with a toy in his mouth.

We have so many good memories of Max, but three years was not long enough. In the end he succumbed to bone cancer. He was euthanized in our backyard on Thursday am with all of the animals around and BJ holding him. We will all miss him greatly.

Thank you for rescuing Max and Blaze from the shelter. We truly feel we were lucky to have them both in our lives.

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10.12.16

Success Story "Bear"

Success Story "Bear"

Fospice mom Jackie tells us how being a caretaker for Bear was difficult yet rewarding. Thank you Jackie for opening your heart:

We decided that we wanted to open our hearts and home to a senior dog that may not find a home. Any issues were fine with us. A friend mentioned Muttville in San Francisco and I went to their website the same day. Honestly, the minute I saw Bear, I knew he was the one for us. I didn’t know all of his issues, but that didn’t matter at all. All I had to do was look in his eyes, he was ours.

We were blessed to have Bear in our home for only a few months, but he was a true joy, made us laugh and cry, broke our hearts when we had to say goodbye, and left a huge hole in our family that can never be filled. No matter about that, we would not have changed anything, we will love him forever.

Muttville was so amazing with all of the help and advice they gave us along the way. Bear was on a lot of medication and had to make many trips to the vet. Muttville staff as always available to talk to us, lend an ear, offer suggestions. The foster family that had Bear before us was also just as supportive and they truly loved Bear too. Everyone even offered to make a trip to our home to help!

This was our first experience with a fospice dog. It was so much harder than we ever imagined. The hardest part is the heartache you feel almost every day. It has been a few months and the pain is still with us, but we would definitely do this again!

Muttville, thank you so much for allowing us to care for Bear and for all you do for the senior dogs, many just thrown away like trash.

Jackie and Nick

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10.05.16

mariem3

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Real name
marie rochelle macaspac
Location
san francisco
My relationship to Muttville
foster mom, marketing gal, merch girl, designer
Mutts in my life
all muttville fosters at this time: maxwell, lady tara, gracie, little prince william
r.i.p. collette, gordie, scruffy, stimpy, frida