Monday, July 20, 2009

Despretley seeking a family of my own...

Hi, my name is Jojo. I am a very handsome Saint Bernard and am 8 years young. I think people pass me by because of my age, but if they only knew how much life I have left in me!

The little guy in this photo with me is my foster brother Mac, whom I obviously love very much. I bond very quickly with my people and hope that before too long I will have a family of my very own to love.

Do you have it in ya to adopt a Senior? I will love you back ten-fold, just dare me!

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

It doesn't stop me!

Champ, the blind 9 yr old Mastiff, wants to be very clear with us all that not only does not want our sympathy, but that being blind hardly slows him down. He is loving, funny, great with people, and great with our pets. We all have our struggles that make us stronger, right?

He won't judge you if you don't judge him!

Gracie's new boot

We were thrilled to received the following update from Susan and Michael who adopted Mack and Gracie from us last month.:

"How exciting! Gracie has a new foot (so to speak). did a great job for us. Their services were reasonable and professional. With this new orthopedic device, we hope to build Gracie up to longer and longer walks with no bleeding, more confidence and hopefully a longer life. "

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Have you registered for the 1st annual " Run with Big Dogs 5k"?

Date: August 23rd
Time: 7:00 am registration 8:00 am start time
Starting Location: Robert F. Clement - Park 7306 W. Bowles Ave. Littleton, CO
Cost: $50.00 per person, $75.00 for couples or families

Runners and dog lovers alike are invited to Run With the Big Dogs on August 23. Runners may register online at or the day of the event onsite beginning at 7:00 am. Race fees are $50.00 per runner or $75.00 per couple or family. The run starts at 8:00 am.

Even if you don’t Run, come Run With the Big Dogs and meet the Real Big Dogs. We guarantee a “Paws-i-tively” good time will be had by all!

Bristol and the Beach

Here is a picture of Bristol (formerly known as Faith) enjoying a vacation to NC. Her family reports that while she is afraid of the water, digging for crabs is a blast!

Friday, July 10, 2009

Who says you need 4 legs?

Do you remember Turtle, the baby Mastiff that came into rescue with a horribly injured leg? While in rescue the decision was made to amputate her leg and as soon as she recovered she was adopted my a wonderful family in MN.

Well, look at her now! She is all grown up and is still showing us that 3 legs are just as good as 4. Here she is playing and swimming, life vest and all!