Author: A.A.R.F. Volunteer

Happy Tails For Pebbles

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: March, 2015
Pet’s AARF Name: Pebbles
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Rosie aka RoseAnna RoseRosie
How is your adopted pet doing? She is a wonderful pet. We became a Therapy team and she is a Therapy Dog registered with TDI. She is also CDC. She does visits three to four times weekly and loves it.
(We are currently thinking about adopting Audrey to be a companion dog for us).

Happy Tails For Hope

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: May, 2017
Pet’s AARF Name: Hope
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Cookie
How is your adopted pet doing? Cookie is the most cuddly, tail wagging dog I’ve ever had! She has a doggy daycare buddy named Izzy, and gets great PT from her friend Katie. We are so happy you chose us to be her forever mom and dad!

Happy Tails For Cessna

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 01/18/2020
Pet’s AARF Name: Cessna
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Oskar
How is your adopted pet doing? Oskar is a bundle of energy! He enjoys making surprise attacks on everyone else in the household- four humans, two other cats and a puppy. He also gets fluffier by the day.

Happy Tails For Carrie

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 3/18/2016
Pet’s AARF Name: Carrie
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Gini
How is your adopted pet doing? The most lovable and adorable pup ever! Asks to be petted regularly, loves the three adult daughters and the four grandchildren getting so excited when they show up at the door. She’s perfect and we are so lucky to have her!!!

Happy Tails For Olaf

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: Dec. 13, 2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Olaf
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Olaf
How is your adopted pet doing? My mom lives here and he has become her dog. They are inseparable, wherever she goes there is Olaf. She absolutely adores him and talks about what a blessing he is to her and how he keeps her from feeling lonely when we have to go somewhere. Him and Mattie, our other rescue from AARF, just love to play and they get along great. We all couldn’t be happier.

Happy Tails For Dixie

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 01/12/2020
Pet’s AARF Name: Dixie
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Dixie
How is your adopted pet doing? Dixie is doing great and settling in well! We all love her. Dixie loves kisses and cuddles. She also loves to play and chew bones. Her favorite toy is an un-stuffed rabbit we got her. My oldest daughter loves throwing toys for her to play fetch. Dixie also loves belly rubs. Dixie does great with the baby and I even captured a moment on picture where she laid her head in the babies lap and was seeing what the girls were up to. I think Dixie loves us as much as we love her 🙂

Happy Tails For Penny

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: January 5, 2020
Pet’s AARF Name: Penny
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Raven
How is your adopted pet doing? Raven is amazing! She fits right on with my dogs. She’s getting used to toys and scratch posts and pads. She’s putting on some weight in spite of her hours of playing every day. She’s a pure joy and we couldn’t be happier having her here!

Happy Tails For Aria

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: December 28, 2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Aria
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Winnie
How is your adopted pet doing? Winnie is a very busy girl. She has her toys to attend to, watching the song birds in the back yard and, of course, her day job as Head of Squirrel and Chipmunk Patrol. When she needs a nap she likes to get under the antique chest of drawers in the living room. It is small and close and she can keep an eye on me while she is under there. I had never known her to take a toy with her but the other night I could see something black that I couldn’t identify. When I went to investigate I absolutely laughed out loud. She had gone into the master bath and either picked up or dragged the toilet plunger and taken it with her. I think she has been watching too many Soresto commercials! She is an absolute joy and delight.