Our dear rescue friend Michelle Martin’s father, passed away peacefully and has joined all his friends and family who have passed before him. Sanford “Sandy” Martin, 90, of Boca Raton FL passed away Monday, July 1st at the Hospice by the Sea in Boca Raton after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. Sandy loved golf, movies, and spending time with his many friends, but most of all he took great joy in his family and his dog Skylar by whom he will be sorely missed.
Donations in his memory can be made to
Destiny for Dogs, 326 Macy Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33405
The Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research, 415
Crossways Park Drive, Suite D, Woodbury, NY 11797.
“Just wanted to give you an update on Jessie. She is doing very well. she loves her surroundings and she loves hanging out on the patio which seems to be her favorite spot. She has been doing basic obedience classes and she is doing very well at that! 😄
Thanks again for allowing me to adopt her🐶💕. She is a lot of fun, feisty and she is a lover.”
Dolce is a 10 years old, 10lbs ”Hairless” Chinese Crested
female. She is fully vetted, spayed, up to date on shots, microchipped, good
with other dogs, kids, in car on leash. In fact, Dolce loves to take long
walks. She is in need of a very loving, patient and nurturing home. Must wear
diapers as she has no control over her bodily functions. Dolce was accidentally
run over by her owner who paid for surgery. Even after surgery the severe
damage affected her ability to housebreak. Dolce’s owner took her back to the
vet to have her euthanized. Thank goodness the vet refused to do so. That is
when Dolce’s owner surrendered her.
She is a very sweet and affectionate girl.
Dolce so deserves that special someone and home so she
may live out her golden years with unconditional love and happiness.
For additional information or to meet and fall in love
with Dolce, please contact JoAnn 561-313-2005 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Stacey and Dwight drove all the way from Virginia to adopt Dexter the 11 year old Schnauzer who was surrendered to Destiny for Dogs by his owner.
Hello JoAnn, When I arrived at my forever home, I was tired from the long ride. Me and Sissy took over Mama & Poppop’s bed. We are trying to get to know each other. Today I ate some Turkey Breast and some fresh Blueberries with Sissy. We hung out today, I’m having fun.
“I just thought I’d
send you a new picture of Daisy (Sally, min pin chihuahua). Daisy
and Bandit are the best of friends and wherever Daisy is Bandit isn’t far
behind. They love to wrestle and play together. Daisy has managed
to divert Bandit’s attention from the cats which is a great
relief for the cats. As fast as Bandit is Daisy surprisingly can run
circles around him which is great because she manages to tucker him out so he
is a lot calmer in the house. We finished our 6 week training session
with Bandit and Daisy. Daisy is a star pupil but we are continuing to
🐾💕We are wishing Daisy, her mom, dad
and fur-sibling, Bandit, “Happy Days Ahead!”🐾💕
“Just thought I’d share some updated
pics of Kelli with y’all.”
Kelli’s mom also reports that she is
experiencing less seizures and doing well. Kelli is so loved and spoiled. Paws
Crossed that with the extraordinary care she is receiving the seizures will
Wishing Kelli and her mom, continued
“Happy Days Ahead!”
is always smiling. One year anniversary with us coming up soon. He is loved so
much!Teddy sleeps head first under the covers against my back. Thanks for
trusting us with him. We have worked hard on his behavioral quirks and he is
very slowly. He is so sweet that we cannot get mad when he doesn’t listen the
first time. Mostly he makes us laugh. Chloe our Maltese loves him too ! All in
all he could not be any happier🐾💕”
Suzie is one fortunate little girl to have such amazing parents. It was definitely “love at first sight” for Suzie, her mom and dad. However, only two weeks in her loving forever home, a tragic turn of events occurred. We are so thankful to this amazing couple who had the option to return sweet Suzie to Destiny for Dogs. Instead they opted to provide everything she needed medically to recover. Destiny for Dogs is indebted to them for their love, dedication, commitment to keeping Suzie and providing her financial and very time consuming physical rehab.
Because of sweet Suzie’s extraordinary new parents, we want to help defer the cost of her lengthy and extremely expressive treatment that Destiny would have incurred if they opted to return Suzie. This is truly a love story that deserves a “Happily Ever After.” Please show your love and support by making any size donation, which will be greatly appreciated to assist Suzie and her wonderful parents.
Donations may be made via Destiny for Dogs PayPal Account http://paypal.me/destinyfordogs or a check made out to Destiny for Dogs 326 Macy St West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Please note on check or PayPal for “Suzie’s Medical Care.”
All was going wonderful until Suzie started to have a difficult time walking. She was dragging her hind legs. Suzie was rushed to Dr. Abbott who did an exam and referred her parents to Dr. Roy. Thankfully the diagnosis was not life threatening but still very critical due to a herniated disc. Susie’s parents and Dr. Roy had no idea how this happened. She was fine one day and woke up the next not being able to move her back legs.
The surgery was a success! After days nine days of critical care, Suzie is home being loved and nurtured by her mom and dad. She is their little angel and will receive the best care, plus tons of love.
We will keep you posted on sweet Suzie’s progress as she goes through months of physical therapy.
We are wishing Suzie a 100% healing, plus sending loving thoughts and prayers to the family.
Hi Grandma! Boy have I been busy. My yard has squirrels, raccoons, armadillo, deer, 🐦 birds,… and I am so busy .. Roxie is right by my side. I don’t weigh as much as I use to, cause I run a lot. Mom saw you had a baby like me that needed a home and she was sad she didn’t have a way to get them here to live with us. I still think of you and how you saved my life.
adopted Toby , the senior JRT, a few weeks ago. He is now back in NH with
us and he is just totally awesome. He is sooooo good and loving. We
totally adore him. I often say that we both hit the jackpot…we got a
great dog and he got a great home….thank you for bringing him into our lives.
went to visit a dear friend in a nursing home yesterday and Toby was a big hit.
I knew he would be.
he is small, the old people all thought he was a puppy. Again, he was so
good. Very gentle and friendly. Dogs really light up the old
people’s day! I learned that when I brought my last dog to visit my Dad.”
Toby, his loving mom and dad, “Happy Days Ahead!”
Winnie now Lucy has been adopted and in her amazing and wonderful loving forever home where she is so loved. Lucy is one very fortunate puppy in so many ways.
We are very thankful to Candice for bringing Lucy to us. Dr. Abbott for saving her precious life. Foster mom Barbara for staying up days to take care of her. And foster mom, Samantha for working with her to regain her mobility.
It took a village to get Lucy where she is today. One happy and healthy well adjusted puppy with such a bright future ahead.
We are wishing Lucy and her beloved family, “Happy Days Ahead!”
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