Dec 11


Posted on December 11, 2019 at 3:09 PM by Regina Ryan

8/6 I adopted Daisy, a 7yr old female mix Labrador/Retriever. Daisy is adjusting wonderfully to her new home with us. She is smart; understands commands 'sit', 'stay' & 'come.' She also knows 'no' & 'no touch' such that when I give her food or a treat I tell her 'no touch' & to look at me which she does and then when I say ok she then eats or takes the treat. Her fav words are 'walk in the park' which she responds to excitedly and sits waiting for me to get the leash. She is house broken and comes to us when she needs to go out. I'm so glad I found my new fur-friend. She is a calm dog and only recently has shown her territorial side when she chased rabbits around our yard & out the gate and she sat next to the gate acting as protector of our yard. We are transitioning her to Nutro Senior food and feeding her twice daily; once in the morning & once in the afternoon/evening.


Dec 11

Laura Blue

Posted on December 11, 2019 at 1:34 PM by Regina Ryan

We adopted Laura Blue in 2016. She our first family dog and the coolest dog I have ever met. She was still a puppy when we adopted, not even 15 weeks old. She is great with the kiddos, and has grown up with them, super friendly with people, and very careful around babies and other small animals. I don't know if all Catahoulas are like this, but she is a super sharp dog. She was house trained within weeks of adoption. She also knows all her commands even brings her own leash to us when it is time for a walk. We all love Blue and are so glad we met her all those years ago.

Jan 15


Posted on January 15, 2019 at 1:46 PM by Regina Ryan

I was originally looking for a different boy puppy, I kept blindly searching. This puppy "Chico" kept showing up as suggested. I remember seeing his adoption picture and it did him no justice! Something kept telling me I was supposed to get that boy. I waited for the perfect excuse to tell my husband we were "just going to look", but I had his Pet # and picture. When we arrived, I checked all the cages and finally found him! It was like he knew I was the one, he saw me and slammed his paws against the window. We were told that he was an inside visit dog because he was not good at socializing. We got into the visit room, and he got the zoomies. Knocked over my purse, phone, ran into the glass window. It was at that moment I knew i was to take him home. Thank you so much for bringing this boy into our lives, he is the light on the darkest day! He loves baths, learned how to sit, lay down, roll, turn around. He loves watching TV, seeing Grandma, and napping! His names now Yogi!