Category: Happy Tails

Happy Tails For Raylen

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: February 2nd
Pet’s AARF Name: Raylen
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Wendell
How is your adopted pet doing? Wendell’s transition into our home has been great. He adjusted so quickly to our family. The kids absolutely adore him. We are so grateful to have added this addition to our family.

Happy Tails For Katy

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: February 9, 2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Katy
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Katy
How is your adopted pet doing? Katy is doing great. She is happy and growing like crazy. She weighs 45 pounds now! She and I are best of friends. When I’m not working she goes everywhere with me. She loves riding in my truck with me. I’m so glad we found each other.

Happy Tails For Dolly

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 2/15/2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Dolly
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Ruthie
How is your adopted pet doing? We love her! She fit right into our lives and then made it soo much better! She’s is so sweet and fun and funny. Couldn’t have dreamed up a better dog! My wife and I keep saying to each other how lucky we are to have her and how much we love her!

Happy Tails For Copper

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: Feb 2, 2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Copper
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Benji
How is your adopted pet doing? Benji is something special. He has just so much love to give and is a constant reminder as to why dogs are such loyal companions. Benji quickly made himself part of the pack. He and and my other dog, Marlo, are real buddies. You can easily tell that Benji looks up to Marlo as a bigger brother. He loves spending time at the grandparents, where he gets to enjoy a farm and be frequently spoiled.

Happy Tails For Jewel

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: February
Pet’s AARF Name: Jewel
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Jewel
How is your adopted pet doing? Jewel is a curious, playful, rambunctious handful! She is perfect playmate for our slightly older kitten. She’s learned to sit and beg on command. She loves to play with her toys and games on the iPad. She loves to be loved on which is perfect for my husband’s grandmother and for my husband as we go to bed. Jewel is learning to walk on a leash and loves to follow her new sister around. She’s adventurous when we go out in public and welcomes pets from other people. She’s exactly what we were looking for when we decided to expand our family by 4 feet.

Happy Tails For Dagobah

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: Feb 2, 2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Dagobah
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): (Eleanor) Rigby
How is your adopted pet doing? She is wonderful. She fit right in and accepted us as her family and her home. She sleeps through the night and has flown through house breaking. We just started puppy classes and she is a very smart little lady. She has a couple dog-friends already and plays well with everyone she meets. She has become my little travelling companion to hikes, adventures, walks and home visits. We love her.

Happy Tails For Jeffro

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: February
Pet’s AARF Name: Jeffro
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Boomer
How is your adopted pet doing? Boomer is doing well. He enjoys long walks and loves the dog park near our home where he runs and plays with other dogs endlessly. We are working on commands and he has mastered “sit” and Shake hands” but Stay is still a work in progress. We love having him as a part of our family.

Happy Tails For Gypsy Rose

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: February
Pet’s AARF Name: Gypsy Rose
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Luna
How is your adopted pet doing? Luna is doing great. She goes to work with me during the day and loves getting attention from people that come into my office. She just got her last round of puppy shots and has gained 8 pounds from when I got her. She loves to go on hikes in the woods and chasing sticks thrown into the creek. She is very much a puppy, but is very smart and picking up on training. She is great at sit, stay, down, leave it, and stopping at thresholds. We are still working on jumping, mouthing, and not pulling on a leash.

Happy Tails For Lulu

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: January 2019
Pet’s AARF Name: Lulu
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Lila
How is your adopted pet doing? Lila is doing well in her new home. We just got her DNA tests! I’m so excited. She has NO detected genetic defects, 170 were tested. She is a border collie mix!