Category: Happy Tails

Happy Tails For Fozzie

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: June
Pet’s AARF Name: Fozzie
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Jackson
How is your adopted pet doing? Jackson is the best addition to our family! My daughter recently graduated from college and moved back home, and the two of them truly are best buddies. They are inseparable and he’s learning tricks and commands from her very fast! Jackson is so smart, loving and handsome and we couldn’t be happier to have him!!

Happy Tails For Jenna

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 6/30/18
Pet’s AARF Name: Jenna
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): MoMo
How is your adopted pet doing? MoMo, formerly Jenna, has been in our lives for a small time, but already made a big impact. MoMo loves climbing everything in her new home, making everything a toy, and lots and lots of cuddles. She gets bigger and bolder everyday. She is always finding new straws to chase, or a new way to get on the dining room table. This silly kitten is always ready to play, wrestle, or run circles around us. Our family wouldn’t be complete without our MoMo. We are so thankful AARF was there to put her into our lives. You can follow MoMo’s journey on Instagram: @calicomomo

Happy Tails For Nala

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: June 10, 2018
Pet’s AARF Name: Nala
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Nellie
How is your adopted pet doing? “Nala” AKA Nellie was adopted June 10th. In two short months we have watched Nellie adjust to not quite sure she wanted to be at our house to realizing we love her immensely. She is happy to see us walk through the door wagging her little behind a mile a minute. Unfortunately she was heart worm positive when Stephanie (foster mom) found her. She was treated but still has some residual effects that we recently learned of, heart murmur and enlarged heart. Good news, the baby worms circulating in her blood are gone. We are hoping the adult heart worms are gone when she is tested in November. Thank you Stephanie for nursing her back to the best possible health given the condition she was found. PSA for all dog parents out there—don’t ever forget to give your precious canine babies their heart worm preventives every 30 days.

Happy Tails For Wesley

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: June 2018
Pet’s AARF Name: Wesley
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Goku
How is your adopted pet doing? Goku is doing good! He got comfortable with us quick and our study schedule.  He’s a great dog for some support.  He’s a happy boy and listens (when he wants to) haha.  Enjoying him a lot and all his kisses!

Happy Tails For Ivan

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 6/30/18
Pet’s AARF Name: Ivan
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Bailey
How is your adopted pet doing? Bailey has been adjusting to his new home. He sleeps through the night and the kids adore him. He is so energetic and playful. He is a great addition to our family!

Happy Tails For Rocky

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: June 2018
Pet’s AARF Name: Rocky
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Smoky
How is your adopted pet doing? He is doing awesome. He gets along great with the dogs and is just a very active loving little kitty. He is loved by many and spoiled rotten.

Happy Tails For Tina

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: June 2018
Pet’s AARF Name: Tina
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Tina
How is your adopted pet doing? From day one it was as if she belonged with us. She loves all the grand kids, loves to sleep in my bed and hang out on the couch. We all absolutely love her and couldn’t imagine our lives without her. Adopting her was the best decision ever.

Happy Tails For Kaylie

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: June 2018
Pet’s AARF Name: Kaylie
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Lily
How is your adopted pet doing? Lily is doing great! She is a little ball of energy and she LOVES our older beagle. She loves to cuddle up with anyone and everyone, and could play forever.

Happy Tails For Ebba

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: May 12, 2018
Pet’s AARF Name: Ebba
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Ebba
How is your adopted pet doing? She is doing great. She is a little low energy at times but I think that is because she is smart enough to know when it is too hot outside… unlike her Huuuman. She is the first one to load up for a car ride, has finally figured out that horses are not just large dogs and plays well with her sister Abby, a blue heeler farm working dog and Odie, her brother a sheltie working dog at our farm. We have been hiking in several states now on various trails and terrains. She did exceptional well at cowgirl camp in June. She has now progressed to off leash training and is exceling in that – note she now lives on a 109 acre farm that is at the end of a road in an isolated area so safe off leash area. Thank you for introducing us and doing such a great job getting her ready for adoption. You did an excellent job at the house training her zero accidents inside the house – which is awesome for a newbie doggie in a new to her enviroment.