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Andy is doing great! We call him Indy now, short for Indiana Bones. :) He's getting much better on his walks (not pulling). He loves fruit and vegetables, especially apples and blueberries. His favorite game is probably chase, which is fun when it's his toy or bone, but not so much when it's a sock or dish towel he steals off the counter :) but we're working on it. He also loves going to the nearby dog park and playing with the other dogs. We're hoping to get him a buddy soon. He and the cat still don't get along too well, but they seem to have found a compromise for now, where he gets the run of the house during the day, and she gets it at night. Other than that, he's just a happy, energetic puppy. I think he likes having so many people to play with. (There are 5 of us.) Here's a recent photo of him on his birthday!


I just want to tell you how much we love Prim/Leesi and how much she means to us. This weekend, out of nowhere, I had an anxiety attack. The last one I had at this level was five or ten years ago. We tried everything to get it to go away: distractions, breathing, relaxation techniques. For an hour, nothing was working. I sat down, and Leesi jumped up beside me and laid next to me. I started petting her and within five minutes the anxiety attack was 100% gone. She helped me so much. She means the world to us. Keep doing what you do. You aren't just helping dogs, you're helping families.


We love Hannah! She has been so loving and well mannered. She loves being close to my children, napping on the couch, chewing bones in the backyard, and walking along the park. She has adapted great to our home.


I adopted Daisy (formerly Prissy) on March 4, 2011, and she has gone from shy and scared to sweet but sassy. I wasn't 100% sure about keeping her name as Prissy, so as my boyfriend and I were discussing alternatives, we said "Daisy" and she barked and wagged her tail. The name change was complete! About a year and a half ago I had her certified to be a visitation dog with Aggieland Pets With A Purpose. She absolutely loves her job of bringing joy, tail wags and shedding hair to her friends in local nursing homes.I couldn't have asked for a better hound to be my first dog.


Tex is doing great! He is so sweet and a good snuggle buddy. He loves to go on walks and run around the park. He still loves shoes and stuffed animals, so we are redirecting that behavior. He has put on some much needed weight and the vet said he looks great. Everyone who meets Tex loves him. I want to adopt so many of the bassets I see on the page. Such an awesome breed of dog!

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