The love I have for this dog is infinite. #boonetheaussidor is an incredible best friend. He is also a clunky 100 pound toddler. But this sweet boy goes wherever I go and “helps” me whether I want him to or not. Do you have a furry best friend? I’d love to hear about it today!
Da er altså vinneren trukket og konkurransen over, men jeg har en liten overraskelse til til dere.
Høsten er på vei og naturen begynner å kle seg i nydelige, vakre farger. Dette har jeg tenkt å feire med en liten rabatt for de som bestiller en shoot innen 1.oktober på hele 20%.😊 Så, har du tenkt deg noen fine høstbilder av hunden, barna eller familien, er det på tide å hive seg rundt nå. 💪
Today is Koda’s Gotcha Day!
Story time: Back in 2017 I was diagnosed with anxiety and depression, after multiple sessions it was recommended that I get an emotional support animal. I originally wanted a German Shepherd, since I read they were good as service pets and I found the most beautiful boy. However, those plans fell through and he was already adopted while my application was still pending. I found that out while I was away for training in California, I was in the Army at the time and saw that the first picture on Facebook. She and one other were left, $100. I knew Catahoula were known for their cuddles and they’re very independent, Koda though is the exact opposite. So Koda’s dog dad and I went to the farm and picked her up and she has been the greatest adventure of my lifetime.
Normally we would be celebrating, however we are on the last leg of what my parents have dubbed The Great North Carolina Road Trip 🙄 pictures pending ☺️ #catahoulaleoparddog#catahoulasofinstagram#rescuedogsofinstagram#rescuedog#farmdog#gotchaday
Meet Shasta, our newest rescue & permanent resident! Shasta came to us today thanks to volunteer Karen who has invested in this sweet girl over the past few months. Shasta was a LGD (livestock guardian dog) for a flock of sheep and when her owner passed away, his children sold the flock. They then rented out the house on the property and abandoned Shasta there. The couple renting the property fed Shasta but simply hasn't been able to provide her with the care she needs. She hasn't had a proper shelter and tipped the scales at the vet yesterday at 176lbs, both of these things have led to some on going health issues for Shasta. Karen knew the renters and has worked the last few months to get Shasta the care she needs when the owners of the property were contacted and they said to euthanize her. Karen wouldn't let that happen and took her to the vet, multiple times including yesterday when she called and asked if we could give her a new home. We knew we couldn't let her stay where she had been and agreed to welcome her here and give her all the love and TLC she needs. She is thought to be around 7 or 8 years old, mostly Great Pyrenes with a little Anatolian Shepard mixed in. She is incredibly sweet and is soaking up all the love today. She is on medications and treatments the next few weeks to manage an infection she's fighting and we'll be getting a new nutritional plan in place for her. This rescue was unexpected and happened quickly but we are so happy she is now in our care. THANK YOU to volunteer Karen for all she has done for Shasta the past few months, the care, concern and costly vet visits as well as transporting her to us this morning. We'll post an update to our Amazon Wish List soon and will also be looking for some "spa day" help for Shasta when she's feeling better. Welcome to the family sweet girl, we're so happy you're here! #rescuedog#lgd#greatpyrenees#farmdog#newarrival#rescue#adoptdontshop