Anyone who knows us, knows that we love dogs - specifically rescue dogs. Since we can't adopt any more without becoming "crazy dog people," we try to find other ways to help. The Wisconsin Humane Society is the place where all our dogs came from, and we are honored to take part in this event which will raise funds to help the Watertown Humane Society! Every $1 you can donate goes to help support a great organization that does everything it can to rescue dogs from all over. Whether it's to help house, feed or provide medical care and support... every penny matters!
So, please, consider donating to a great cause! Most dog lovers have had a "best friend" who is no longer with them. PLEASE, donate in their name and tell us a bit about your dog and what you loved about them so much! We would love to hear all about them!
A little background about our pooches...
LEO: Came to WI from TN where he was bred in a puppy mill to be a bear hunting dog. He was rejected because he was too small and too afraid of everything. When we got him, he was hidden in the back of the humane society because he had kennel cough, mites and an ear infection. We fell in love with him immediately. Good habits: BEST CUDDLER, fast learner, super smart Bad habits: Beggar, barks at most men, scarfs his food so fast he nearly chokes
KIAH: One year after we got Leo, we returned with him to the Humane Society to find another. We fell in love with this little white cotton ball of a puppy cowering in the corner of her kennel. She came from an Arkansas puppy mill and was scared of everything. Kiah latched on to Leo right away, and they became the best of friends... they are now inseparable and share a doggy "condo kennel" together. Good habits: BEST listener, sweet disposition, mostly calm. Bad habits: Scared of laundry, not a great car traveler, doesn't like other female dogs.
JAX: Julio wanted a small dog... a change of pace, so we went back to the Humane Society to check out this Terrier/Chihuahua mix. Absolute SPAZ. Humped everything. HARD PASS. So, since we can never leave the Humane Society dogless, we wandered the halls looking for another who "spoke" to us, and this bouncy pup Jax caught our eye. He just looked happy. Jax was owned by a man who turned him in because he became homeless and could no longer take care of him. Sad. We wish we could tell this man that Jax is living a GREAT life because of his selfless decision! Good habits: Always cheerful, smart and flat out adorable (when sleeping). Bad habits: Licks himself raw, paces A LOT, doesn't always come inside when he's called.