Princess was turned in to
rescue by her owner for digging, something most Goldens love to
do! The Tobias family welcomed her with open arms into their
home in January, 2003. Princess got a new name - Roxy - and
kids and other dogs to play with too!
"Tipper" was originally adopted from an animal shelter, and then
turned into rescue when the family's child was allergic to
him. He is now the pampered pooch in the Johnson
family, renamed "Yogi". This energetic Border Collie
mix goes for bike rides, hiking, camping - you name it!
What a lucky boy he is!
Grace" was rescued from a Los Angeles animal shelter.
With the help of generous contributions from our supporters,
she had surgery to remove several growths before being
adopted by the Wight family in January, 2003.
Merry, now known as "Sandy",
came into rescue when she was chasing the families cats.
She is now in a kitty-less home with the Berryman family,
and has learned such commands as "sit", "down" and "off".
She has also learned all about sleeping on the couches and
Missy Bear's family was
moving and couldn't take her along. She was a shy,
timid girl when she entered rescue, but is blossoming in her
new home with Angel family. Missy was adopted in
Dreyfus, the little guy
lying down, was adopted in 2002 by the Kazebee family.
He now has a new sister, also a RFSC rescue, Casey -
a true retriever and tennis ball fanatic!
yellow Labrador Retriever, is now the happy pooch in the
Smith family! She lives in the mountains and has nice
big yard to play in. However, she much prefers to be
in the house with her family!
Shakobe O'Bryan joined the Stephens family in January, 2003. He loves
to go to the park, and of course, play with his toys!
Austin & Kodi, Labrador
Retrievers, wanted a home together and they got one with the
Emmett came to rescue because he was too rowdy with his family's
elderly dogs. He needed a friend and playmate.
When he joined the Sweeney family in April, 2003, he got a
new "sister", Bailey, who enjoys playing chase and tug of
war with the water bottle!
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