We wanted to share our thoughts about adopting senior dogs. We have developed a special love for older dogs that made it a natural thing for us to look for a senior when we decided to get a pal for our husky/malamute mix, Comet, who is almost 10.
Just thought we'd send an update on Hope (shown left with Comet and below with Robin) as I'm sure everyone is wondering how she's doing. She is SUCH a sweet girl and is doing very well! She and Comet have been in the "dogmobile" together and they're doing great as riding companions!
Mason (renamed Beauregard) - Jennifer reports that "Beau Beau" fit right in as if he had always been living there. She also has a 7-year-old boxer, 80-pound, Burley, and the two get along great despite the difference in ages (Beau was about 7 months old and weighed 52 pounds).
In late July, Aspen, one of our "Paws in Progress" dogs was running and playing in the yard with the other dogs when she fell and hurt her leg. We took her to the vet hoping the injury wasn’t serious but it was. She had dislocated her knee and torn a tendon in her leg.
Thank you to Karen, owner of Timberline Tavern; Wendy and Maricris of Bark with Love; Buzzard Brothers; Bo Ketto; our volunteers and all the wonderful people who came out on August 29 to support Circle L Ranch. The day started out beautifully...
On August 20, 2014, we adopted Minnie and her sibling (from a different rescue). It has been a year since she graced us with her loving, playful personality. She is a great watch dog and loves to play with us and her siblings. Here are some pictures from Minnie's first year. She is a blessing to us and to Chili.
Sunny - Sunny is doing "just great" according to Rosemary who said her daughter, Carolyn, got him for her. She said Sunny is a little destructive with toys, but seems really happy and content to be with her and he's fine with her 10-month-old grandchild.
On August 4th the Circle L Ranch became the new home for 2 little Munchkins named Rusty and Dusty. If any animal can capture your heart in an instant it is these guys. They are 8 month old twin Dwarf Nubian goats. Their arrival at the ranch was brought about because they are VERY vocal.