Hello! Well, we've had Rocky for a couple of months now and he seems to really have settled in. He loves his canine sister, Molly, and his human brother and sister, Ty and Kailyn. He is slowly picking up on commands...knows how to 'sit, lay, and shake'. We are still working on 'stay' :) He still likes to sleep in his crate at night, but during the day if he's not outside with Molly, he roams the house freely. He has also gained our trust that we are able to leave him roaming freely in the house with Molly while we are gone running errands or such during the day. He is also becoming more social. He interacts with us alot more and does have his alone time, but wants to be with us more. He is very alert and will let us know if someone comes to the door or pulls in the driveway. One interesting thing we have found out is that he can sniff out and find goffer/mole holes. He has dug several holes in which he has exposed the goffer tunnel and has his head down to the hole as if he is 'waiting' :) He has put on a little weight, but still healthy. He is very sweet, affectionate, and definitely has lots of personality. Thanks again LSBR for allowing these babies to have a chance, Robin for all your help and numerous calls from me, and his previous foster Evelyn for allowing us to take him and make him a part of our family.
Reggie is doing great! We are beginning to see a real change in him concerning all his fears. He loves being in the house and the bed is his domain. He owns it and he loves to snuggle and loves his blanket. We got him a new one for Christmas. He is very spoiled and he loves his cousin, Spencer (also adopted from LSBR). They spend quite a bit of time together. We love him so much and cannot imagine life without him. The Spence family
Romeo is a great and loving boxer. He is always playful and fun for everyone. My dad and I got him 4 years ago, at first I was kind of scared because I didn't know much about boxers but when I first saw him he greeted me by sitting in front of me and letting me know he was nice (which is true). My dad and I about 1 year ago adopted a stray cat and now that is Romeo's new best friend.
The Guillot Family
Just wanted to give you and update on Romeo. He is doing great. After a visit with Romeo's new vet Dr.Clara Scott........we decided not to risk Heartworm treatment and continue with monthly preventative. Without another foster here he doesn't get worked up anymore and shows no symptoms. He has filled out into a beautiful boy as you can see in the pictures I have attatched. He loves to answer the door with me and show what a great protector he can be, but laying around and playing with his stufffed toys is his favorite thing to do. He loves Charles........my daughter Courtney's boyfriend......and gets sooooo excited everytime he comes over. There are always teens coming and going making life exciting. He seems to love everyone he meets. He even loves road trips to see Sean at work in Oklahoma. We thank LSBR for bringing Romeo into our lives.The Sorensen's
Rowdy has a house full of "brothers and sisters" now. He lives with two little Pomeranians, two kitties and two horses. He's a "gentle giant" ( at 90lbs.) as we call him and when other people see him they just stare and comment on how big and beautiful he is. His personality is so loving, gentle and sweet, words cannot describe him. When Chris and I married and joined our "families" together, we were a little afraid of how Rowdy would take to the little ones and the cats. He loves them and they are ALL his pack now. He even grooms the kitties from time to time. Rowdy is loved and spoiled - ROTTEN. He has almost 4 acres to run on and sleeps inside with us on his bed with a blanket and even a sweater when it's chilly. He has too many toys to count. His life is a very loving and happy one and we only wish we could adopt more just like him but with seven animals, we are full up! :) Thank you for bringing such love and joy to our lives.
Erika and Chris Gilliam