Happy Tails For Brayden

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: August 3, 2017
Pet’s AARF Name: Brayden
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Leo
How is your adopted pet doing? Leo has such a fun personality. He loves to cuddle and make biscuits on us! He is definitely a happy kitty!

Happy Tails For Lucille

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: August 15th 2017
Pet’s AARF Name: Lucille
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Lucy
How is your adopted pet doing? Lucy is a wonderful and perfect addition to our little family! She has really found her place in the house and thinks she owns the place. As the time goes by we get to see more and more of her personality and see the princess that she is.

Happy Tails For Duffy

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: August
Pet’s AARF Name: Duffy
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Hazel
How is your adopted pet doing? We love Hazel she’s the best thing I ever did I would definitely recommend the procedure to my friends and family it was very rewarding Hazel loves our family the cat and the African Grey all get along well everyone was great from her foster mom to the delivery people I would definitely do it again we love her very much.

Happy Tails For Checkers

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 9/9/19
Pet’s AARF Name: Checkers
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Louie
How is your adopted pet doing? Louie is doing great! We love him so much and he just keeps us laughing. He’s a little goofy with his long legs and silly floppy ears. We named him Louie b/c my husband and I met at Bar Louie. Our previous dog was Annie and lived to be almost 16. My brother called her Annie Lou, so the name seemed perfect.
Louie has 2 dog cousins and they play all the time. He’s an indoor dog and yes he sleeps in the bed. We take him a lot of places and sit on patios downtown. He is treated like a prince and become very socialized with other dogs and people.

He is very smart and has learned many of the basics. He loves to fetch a tennis ball and go on walks. Although when he gets tired, he just lays down on his leash, so he gets picked up from that point! 🙂 We also got him a toy that you put food in and he kicks it around the house to get treats out. It’s a great way to keep them from eating too fast.

Louie’s mom was Ava and he had several brothers/sisters all adopted through AARF. We live in Nashville, but would love to keep in touch with them and setup play dates or share photos.

Thank you to all the staff & volunteers at AARF…you guys are doing amazing work and we are VERY grateful to have found your organization online.

Angelynn & Ryan

Happy Tails For Lucy

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: July 5, 2017
Pet’s AARF Name: Lucy
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Penny Lu
How is your adopted pet doing? Oh Penny Lu is doing fabulous. She and her rescued “big sister” Millie have totally bonded. They rough house play all day every day. Sleep together, eat together, everything.

Happy Tails For Trixie

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: June 2017
Pet’s AARF Name: Trixie
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Trixie
How is your adopted pet doing? Trixie is even more of a perfect fit than we could have ever imagined. She opens up more and more every day. Trixie is the most adorable, hilarious, and loveable dog we could have ever hoped for. We really wanted to find a dog that would mesh well with our “baby” aka our chiweenie rescue that is 7 pounds of cuddle. We found just that with Trixie. They love each other, and enjoy play time almost as much as cuddle time. When we rescued Trixie she was recovering from an injury she acquired from being hit by a car in January. She is now able to do stairs, and has put on 2 lbs which puts her very close to her pre-accident weight. Thank you so much for saving Trixie. We don’t know what we would do without her now that we have found her!

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.