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Sunday, January 17, 2021


Odie was lovingly fostered by Donna in FL.

When Odie was brought into SLR, he was very fearful. You could not touch him, let alone pick him up. After months of being given time and shown love by his foster mom, Odie now enjoys being hugged and picked up. He even helps you to harness him for his walks.  He loves being near Donna, now his forever mom, playing with all of his toys and running in his backyard with his Schnauzer Sister, Sophie. Once again, the power of love and patience prevails.


Turbo was lovingly fostered by Beth & Kenny in FL.

Turbo literally flew into the arms of his new family, Ken & Cheryl. Turbo was diagnosed with Progressive Retinal Atrophy. Seeing shadows does not stop him from running around in his backyard with his Schnauzer Sister, Samantha. When first meeting, Turbo went straight to Ken – Ken is definitely ‘his person.’ Thank you for believing in sweet Turbo and making him a part of your forever family!


Diesel was lovingly fostered by Kathryn in FL.

Dashing Diesel didn’t have to go far to find his forever home. Kathryn had been waiting for a sociable dog who would like to travel in the car with her and meet new people when she volunteers.  Diesel fit the description perfectly. Kathryn’s son also adores him. Kathryn states that, ‘Diesel is a real jewel!’ Diesel definitely found a wonderful forever family.



Percy was fostered by Kevin in FL.

‘A Boy and His Puppy!’ Koopa, the Mini Schnaupin, is excited to not only have a human little brother to play with but also a canine brother to share his time with. Bowser (SLR) and Koopa are enjoying their time in the backyard as they run around and get their exercise. Stephanie & Trevor also love having another dog in the family.



Bridget was lovingly fostered by Nancy in FL.

Bridget is enjoying her forever home with Judy & Steve. She is getting so much exercise as she learns to play fetch in her backyard. Now if she would just bring the toy back once she has it!  Bridget helps her dad in the garage during the day and greets all the neighbors as they walk by. Judy stated that she is so well trained on a leash. Bridget adapted quite quickly to her forever home. 

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