Category: Happy Tails

Happy Tails For Rogue

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: July 2017
Pet’s AARF Name: Rogue
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Mu
How is your adopted pet doing? Mu is the 12th letter of the Greek alphabet and translates to muscle. In Hawaiian it means us. In Thai translates to pig. Mu is a great dog. She’s a quick learner and a huge snuggler. She does have a playful side and at 4+ months old she is a muscular 45 pounds. It’s just my husband and myself and Mu completes us. She eats like a pig, hogs the couch, looks like a cow and got her name because we would say ” move, move, move” so much it began to sound like moo moo moo. She likes to sit on my lap ( did I mention she is 45 pounds already?) and can squeak a toy like nobody’s business ( her current record is 28 minutes nonstop) I don’t know what I ever did before she came into our life. I thank you guys everyday.

Happy Tails For Justice

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: July 27th
Pet’s AARF Name: Justice
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Eclipse
How is your adopted pet doing? Clips is just doing fantastic, her personality brightens up my day. Her and her new brother Kass are two peas in a pod! She takes walks on her harness and enjoys short hikes in her backpack. She is a overall joy and one of my greatest decisions. Thank you AARF for the opportunity to adopt this little gem!

 

 

 

Happy Tails For Blu

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: January 2017
Pet’s AARF Name: Blu
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Blu
How is your adopted pet doing? Blu has changed our families whole dynamic, but definitely for the better! Our family is more active than it ever has been just because we added Blu into the mix! We have two older dogs that needed a little spunk in their lives and Blu has definitely added that! We go on adventures regularly with all the dogs and Blu goes on a daily adventure to Knights PTR where has been named the ” gym dog.” We love how spunky and sweet she is and couldn’t imagine life without her! Thank you for letting us be her parents!

Happy Tails For Willow

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: June 2017
Pet’s AARF Name: Willow
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Willow
How is your adopted pet doing? Willow is doing wonderful. She is a fantastic add to our family. We all just love her! She plays with the kids and our other dogs and has brought great joy to our lives. We feel good doing a wonderful thing having rescued our fuzzy family member! So many fuzzy friends need a home. The wonderful ladies at AARF made this process very easy. Willow came from a wonderful foster home & family.

Happy Tails For Hansel

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: April 2017
Pet’s AARF Name: Hansel
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Gus
How is your adopted pet doing? We brought Gus home at the end of April and we honestly cannot remember life without him! Our son is an only child and the two of them have become best buddies. Gus is with us for all our family adventures and he fits right in. He is playful, sweet, and the most fun little pup. He is so loyal and loves to watch over our son, his boy. Adopting from AARF was such a wonderful experience, getting to talk to his foster on the phone before we brought him home allowed us to understand him and how to best to support his transition into our family. Everyone was so helpful and wonderful with us through the process. We feel so lucky to have found Gus, he is such an incredibly loved member of our family!

Happy Tails For Jupiter

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 04/22/2017
Pet’s AARF Name: Jupiter
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Karma Eevee
How is your adopted pet doing? Karma is doing great! She quickly stole our hearts and has been a member of the family from the moment we saw her picture. Since adopting her 5 months ago, she has grown so much and has learned so many new things. She is what we affectionately refer to as our giant lap dog. She loves to play ball and tug of war with her rope. We couldn’t imagine life without her. Thank you to everyone at AARF, especially Brittany and her foster mom Karen for bringing this sweet girl into our lives!!

Happy Tails For AnnieBelle

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 6/17
Pet’s AARF Name: AnnieBelle
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): No change
How is your adopted pet doing? Doing well, has settled down but still has lots of energy which kerps us active going for walks. She LOVES to run and can fly. Made friends with other dogs in the neighborhood and is gentle with small children. Also likes car rides and her favorite treat now are oranges, the only people food she gets!

Happy Tails For Ephraim

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: June
Pet’s AARF Name: Ephraim
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Ephraim
How is your adopted pet doing? The stinker is doing great. There may have been a few issue with a few pair of mommies shoe, but other then that life is great. Ephraim is super friendly with people and other dogs.

He has had some training over the past 6 weeks, so he is well behaved. We normally walk him with out a leash around the neighborhood.
We are all very happy. Except the shoe thing.;)

Happy Tails For Bessie Smith

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: May 2017
Pet’s AARF Name: Bessie Smith
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Addi
How is your adopted pet doing? We are so grateful that Addi is a part of our family. She has such a funny personality & is constantly on the go. Shegives millions of kisses, loves to play catch, and adores her big sister Sophie & her human brother and sister too! Thank you for making our family complete!

Happy Tails For Mulligan

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: April 2017
Pet’s AARF Name: Mulligan
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Ziggy
How is your adopted pet doing? We are so happy Ziggy is in our life. He is the best little guy. He LOVES playing with other dogs and sleeping in our bed every night. He isn’t a fan of being by himself so he gets to go to doggie daycare to play with his buddies once a week. Walks are his favorite and after some time he is starting to figure out fetch and really pick up his obedience commands. He makes the best little companion we could ask for!