We are rescued doggies and are so happy to have found such a loving home. Blossom: My favorite thing to do is be loved and petted. I follow Mommy around everywhere. I LOVE the snow!! Annie: My favorite thing to do is sleep on the couch, Mommy & Daddy's bed or my doggie bed. The thing I am really good at is my barking! I have that coonhound bay.
BLOSSOM: I am a loving bloodhound girl. I am lucky because I have 2 Mommies & Daddies. My current Mom found me on a posting because I was in a kill shelter in KY with a broken leg. Mom said I looked just like Dakota at that age so she went searching for a rescue for me and found Hooves & Paws Rescue in Iowa. Genea and Bill were my first real parents who took me in when I was so underweight and scared. Genea could not find a family that was good enough for me. She wanted Mom to have me but Mom was taking care of Dakota so Genea said I could stay with them until the time was right. I was at the rescue for 2.5 years and now am at my FOREVER home!! My birthday is Nov 25th. ANNIE: My Mom found me at a local shelter when I was a year old. She was looking for an hyperactive dog to play with Dakota. She saw me and I was jumping up and down in my kennel and she knew I was the one. I bonded with Dakota and Ed (the shepherd) right away but took me a LONG time to trust my parents. You see - they were my 5th home and I was only a year old. I had been returned to the shelter 2 times - the first time was because they sent me home with an elderly woman - OK how was she going to take care of such a hyper girl like me! Then the 2nd time to a couple who ended up getting a divorce and brought me back after a few months.I lived a very wonderful life with my family. I had a big tumor on my leg and had to have my leg amputated. I was doing really good as a tripod but then 18 days after my operation I collapsed in pain. There was another tumor that no one knew about. Mommy & Daddy were there when I made my trip to the bridge.
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Laura just got admitted to the hospital for Asthma and pneumonia. Please keep her in your thoughts.