When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 9/4/2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Rye
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Queenie
How is your adopted pet doing? She is currently queen of her castle. She has a doggie brother and they are still getting used to each other. She thinks his tail is the best toy ever. He is very protective of her but doesn’t want to let her know he likes her. She HATES the vet. When she went and was voicing her opinion, doggie brother wanted to take care of her. As soon as we got home, he let her know that his tail isn’t as awesome as she thinks it is…again. I work from home and she is convinced that if I am at my desk, I should be cuddling her. She has her days and nights mixed up but has come to accept the fact that the humans and doggie brother want to sleep when it’s dark. But when the sun comes up………..she tells us it’s time to get up and pay attention to her. She also has her own app on my iPad that lets her “catch” mice. She thinks it’s GREAT.
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: September, 2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Sadie Mae
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Dixie, The Southern Belle
How is your adopted pet doing? She immediately was liked and accepted by my two other dogs! Took a few weeks to get her on Royal Canin dry food but eats well now. Took her to my Vet for a great checkup. Dixie is sweet, loving and very social. Sleeps with me and Twinkie every night. Caught on quickly to using the doggie door that goes out into a fenced in backyard. She is my little red head princess of the house! Thank you so much to AARF Rescue and to her fantastic foster mom, Melissa!
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: September 22, 2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Darla
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Bon Ami
How is your adopted pet doing? Bon Ami is a very happy dog. At first my other dog, Gidget, was a bit jealous but now they are besties. Bon Ami has walked five miles around Stone Mountain near our home several times and loves it. She adores stopping to get attention from people and likes to meet new dogs too. When I stop too long to socialize, she lies down in the grass and sometimes on her back so she can get some tummy rubbing attention. She and Gidget play relentlessly and she keeps Gidget company and she doesn’t seem as bored anymore. She lets Bon Ami play with all her toys and chew the Nylabones but her food bowl is definitely off limits! Bon Ami is sleeping quite well and eating well also. The condition of her coat has improved with the food she is eating and the vitamin and coconut oil supplements. She has gotten much better about pottying outside but seems confused about the artificial grass under the cover of our deck. She uses the artificial grass that is not covered. We have had a bit of a problem with her being destructive when I leave the house to do my run or go to the gym. She has torn up socks, parts of books and two of my husband’s swim suits among other things that weren’t terrible, but we try to put everything up. We might have to introduce her to crate training although I have never done that with any of my dogs. This one is so smart that the little rascal figured out a way to come into the house through a shut doggie door and the weird thing was it was shut back when I got home. She is either Houdini or very smart. Oh, yes, she also loves my husband and watches for him to come home from work every day. He gets to walk both dogs on the weekend and gives Mom two mornings to just run and not have to walk too!
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 9/17/19
Pet’s AARF Name: Ace
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Beric
How is your adopted pet doing? He is doing awesome. He loves his new big brother, Ron. They are the best of friends. He’s a crazy little kitten that likes to play. The sweetest baby boy who cuddles all night and wakes you up with kisses. He’s truly one of the best.
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 9/23/2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Mr. Tibbles
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Gizmo
How is your adopted pet doing? Gizmo is fitting in with our family and adjusting so well. He gets along with our cat, Nutmeg, like she is his sister. They are a great pair and keep each other busy.
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: Petco in Cookeville, TN
Pet’s AARF Name: Yonce
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Itty Bitty
How is your adopted pet doing? She loves it here and is living the good life. All our fur people love her. She gets put in a crate when we eat and never says a word or cries. She knows she will get at treats after we are done eating.
Thank you so much for what you all do to save all these animals lives you’re all blessed.
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 8/24/19
Pet’s AARF Name: Kiko
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Kiko (too cute to change!)
How is your adopted pet doing? Kiko is an amazing little girl. She’s been through so much in her short life, but you couldn’t tell. She is sweet and loving and full of energy. Kiko is just the right size and temperament for our family who likes to go on adventures. She is also a cuddle master already! We are so happy that she has come into our lives!
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: August
Pet’s AARF Name: Baloo and Mia
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Luna McMuffin and Coco McCorndog
How is your adopted pet doing? Baloo, now Luna is the one who chose us when we went to pick up Mia, now Coco. She knew what she was doing too, because she’s a perfect fit! She is the most loving cat I have ever seen. She wags her little stumpy tail like a puppy and gives the best lovins! Coco’s description couldn’t have been more wrong, she does not love people and seemed to be almost feral. She has come around quite a bit and will stay in the same room with us now, and let my teen pet her for a few seconds every now and then. Luna is bonded with her though so she’s ours forever whether she lets us pet that soft fur or not!
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 8/17/19
Pet’s AARF Name: Dover
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Dover
How is your adopted pet doing? Dover gets along with his sisters. He uses the doggie door. He is almost house broken. He is good going on walks on a leash.
When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 08.17.19
Pet’s AARF Name: Ruby
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Ruby
How is your adopted pet doing? Ruby is the perfect addition to our little family. She is spunky and full of joy, and has become the much loved sidekick/BFF to our boxer. She is working hard on her manners, and is very smart and quick to learn. We are thankful to have found this wonderful girl through A.A.R.F. and are grateful to her foster mama for putting in all the hard work to get Ruby to her forever family!