In a perfect world, every dog would have a home and every home would have a dog.

Quincy

Carol, here is a picture of Quincy hanging out with his new brothers FCSR alumni Charlie (aka Charlie Brandon) and Rascal. Quincy really loves barking at the lizards outside and stealing Steve's side of the bed. Trudy & Steve

Randy


Maxwell and Lucy

Hi Ms. Carol: We love each other and are getting along just fine. Thanks for bringing us together. Derieth

Redford

Hello Carol and Karena,

I wanted to send you some updated photos and information on how Redford is doing.

Since we have had Redford now for almost 3 months, he is thriving in his new home in NY. He quickly adjusted to the snow and winter weather, but I am sure he will be looking forward to spring and summer real soon! Redford has been a very quick learner. Within one week, he learned to how to shake a paw, give kisses, and speak. Currently we are still working on "stay" and "come" for commands, as we live in the country, and there are a lot of curious and interesting smells. Redford is still learning to adapt to strangers and/or new people and dogs that he meets. All in all, he is spoiled rotten! He has a bed in about every room of the house, endless amounts of toys, and loves his treats and bones. We love his snuggling and affection! So far, he has brought so much joy to our house and to those who meet him.

These are some updated pictures of him and his new life in NY.

Hope everyone is doing well at the FCSR:-)

Thank you,
Carrie

Zeke

Carol, remember Zeke whom we adopted in December 2012? He recently graduated, along with my daughter, with an Associate Degree in Medical Arts.

Emma

Hi Carol Wanted to touch base about how things are going with Emma (Peppa). We've been doing several things to socialize her. We've taken her to training so that we can be trained to train her : - ) She is quick to pick things up. After finally getting cleared by the vet, she was able to go to Day Care and we were told she ran a lot! She also passed grooming with flying colors. Last night she fell asleep on my chest as we were watching tv. I would guess it isn't always easy for you and your helpers as many pups come to you with challenges. I'm sure there is a fair share of heartbreak. I would also guess there is often fear as you let them go as the want is to have each one to go to a better than good home. I also wanted to share that many years ago, when we adopted Max and Maggie, I wrote a note for your website. After we lost both of them last year, I searched and found it. It meant so much to read it and to realize that their personalities stayed true to form through all those years. It was difficult to loose them. Thank you for allowing us to adopt them. Thank you for bringing our new love, Emma, into our lives. Dennis & Mary

Dallas

Carol, I am so happy to be with my new family now for 18 months. That means I am 3 years old now. My birthday is Feb. 1st which is just 1 day before my mom's birthday. I love going for rides in the car. I just spent 6 weeks with my Uncle and Aunt and they have a black 6 year old female cocker. We had lots of fun playing together, chasing lizards and snuggling together. My mom had a family emergency but she called and checked on me all the time. My Aunt sent pictures of me to mom so she could see how I was doing. It was so much fun. Sometimes we visit with each other because we live near each other. I am still going to school and love it. I have learned to sit, down, stand, jump over a hurdle and jump thru a hoola hoop. I am still having a little trouble with weaving in and out of poles but snacks help me achieve that. I love my squeaky toys and especially my little furry squeaky balls. I wear a light on my collar at night so mom can see exactly where I am when I am outdoors. I am still trying not to pull mom on a leash. I am about ready to try a third type of leash. But my mom discovered yesterday that if I walk between her and a long wall at the mall I walk right beside her. So we will try this for a while. Mom puts my special pills in peanut butter and freezes them. She calls them my peanut butter cookies. I get 4 each night. They are messy to make but so good frozen. Puts between wax paper in Tupperware and I gobble right down. Thank you for finding me such a wonderful mom and home. My prayers every night (yes mom is teaching me to cross my paws to pray) is every one of you will find a loving home soon. Love, Dallas

Fozzie

Hello, My husband and I adopted Fozzie (formerly known as Baxter) in July, and our sweet boy is thriving! His favorite activities include running (he's gone up to 6 miles!) and kayaking! Love, Simone and Derek Goodfriend

Duchess

Hi Carol, I just wanted to drop you a note to let you know that Duchess is doing splendidly. She quickly established her place as the queen of the roost. She is very protective of her new home and makes sure that everyone knows it by barking at every sound she hears. I thought you might enjoy seeing some pics. The 1st is of her beauty napping on the bed in the living room. At night she starts out under the bed (was she crated as a puppy?) and then winds up on the bed at some point for the rest of the night until she gets up with her daddy around 3:30 to 4:00 am. Hope you and yours have a wonderful holiday season. Kristin Herbeck

Calypso

Our sweet boy Calypso...he's a match made in heaven for our family. Who can say no to that face?! Thanks FCSR smile emoticon

Zecchino, Angel and Anabel

Hi Carol, Just wanted you to know how happy we are! We have a wonderful loving home and a great Mom. She loves us so much and has taught us a lot. We like to think of ourselves as The Three Musketeers as we are always together tackling one adventure after another. We keep our hair short in the summer so we can run and play at the beach, chase birds and splash in the surf. We have come a long way -- life is good! Thank you for helping us find each other. Zecchino, Angel and Anabel

Katie

Katie (aka Evelyn), enjoying her new home. We love her sooo much! Big sister, Liberty (cocker spaniel) and younger brother, Scout (goldendoodle), absolutely adore her sweetness!

Charlie

I am so happy! He looks so good. He obviously loves his new family!!! We miss him! Lisa On Sep 3, 2015 9:45 PM, "Karena Loudin" wrote: > Charlie Parti Update: it's been 2 months and Charlie is doing fantastic! > He is such a sweet old boy. Cooper (FCSR alumni Todd) and Jackson adore > him. He loves to cuddle in bed and gives kisses to us and his brothers. He > is a perfect fit for our family- thank you FCSR!! Elizabeth Kent

Sophie (previously Lola)

On National Dog Day, I want to thank you FCSR for allowing me to adopt my sweet baby girl Sophie (previously Lola). She is wonderful, amazing, and a true joy in my life!!

Nelson

Nelson says hello from Canada. He just went on a 5 day camping trip and sniffed himself silly. What a grand little dog....Thank you again, FCSR.

Ali

Hi Carol: Just wanted you to know that the dog formerly known as "Ali" is now "Lucie" and as you can see very at home. She and Gracie are seeming to bond quickly and if I stop too quick, she runs into my leg hahaha, I don't know how anyone could have given up this little sweetheart! Thank you for the wonderful work you and all the volunteers do! Lucie is my 3rd pup I've gotten from your rescue, and each one has been a wonderful addition to the family!!! Roseanna hardy

Kj

Tomorrow is our 1 yr adoption of our HERSHEY (KJ) and we Love him so much❤ ? Who rescued who?

Hilary

Hi Karena & Carol!!! Hilary here who adopted "Lady Red". I actually decided on the name Ruby, not Mila. She just looks like a Ruby to me. I love her so much already. She's truly been a joy and such a good girl!!! Just wanted to send you a few more pics of her and her new friends, Sammy, Max & Lily. She is my precious gem!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️

Jethro

Jethro has been part of our family for 5 months and we just love him. He has a sweet personality combined with curiosity and playfulness. He is very healthy and seems to be fully recovered from heartworm. He loves to go for walks, play with his toys, and watch TV. As you can see on the attached picture, he gets fully engrossed in TV shows and especially likes animal shows and Wheel of Fortune, but will watch almost anything that is on. He gets along with our other dog and is very sociable with other dogs and people he meets. His favorite thing (besides food) is belly rubs and he gets lots of those. We are so happy we found him and brought him home! Bonnie and Tom Werley

Desi

Just a quick note to let you all know that FCSR alumni Desi (Rory) and Cocoa Crisp are doing great. Lucy and Desi play most of the day and wear each other out. They've bonded so well. Cocoa is the typical old gal that prefers to observe and steal all the belly rubs the other two miss out on during their play sessions! Everyone is healthy and happy!!

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