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Archive for Happily Ever After
“Frankie has since had Pancreatitis and has been diagnosed with Cushing’s. He still bites but it comes in waves. We consider them our tattoos. He doesn’t take his insulin shots well, but what are we going to do? He has to have them But by and large he’s a sweetheart. Follows us both around and cuddles when he isn’t crazy. Somebody’s gotta love him and we do♥️”
My dear friends adopted Frankie after fostering him. At the time Sharon and Mel took Frankie in to foster he was diabetic and a biter. They have done soooo much for Frankie. He would have died without them. Sharon & Mel are truly the definition of “Rescue Angels.”
Scruffy has traveled across the country to be with his new family. After being found in a locked apartment for 17 days with no food and drinking out of the toilet and has cancer, this little guy has a new home and a new chance at life.
“Thank you Destiny for Dogs for bringing Lexi into our lives at just the right time. It was love at first sight when we first met Lexi!”
Welcome to your new and forever home, Lexi! ❤
Good news update on this sweet and loving girl. Heidi had a large bladder stone which caused her to bleed so she had surgery to remove the stone. She is feeling awesome and in her loving forever home. Thanks to all who helped save this darling girl.
Adopted with my sibling Gee
Willow and Shadow were both adopted and living a wonderful life. Willow when found was tied to a pole outside, dirty, depressed and it was obvious that she already had puppies. We have attached her before photo along with her “Happily Ever After Photos” with her other adopted canine sibling. This is also a message from their family:
“To all the rescue angels at Destiny for Dogs. Thank you so much for bringing these two adorable sweet dogs into our family. Please take comfort in knowing you have given them and us a better life and so much love!”
Update from Charlie’s new family…”Here is a picture of Mr. Charlie and my two girls. He has really been a really good dog. He doesn’t know he is 15 years old. He has fully recovered from all his illnesses and has put on a couple of pounds. He likes his life now and is very happy and very active. He is a very happy dog.”
This was Turbo when he was rescued. He had a deformed leg, was starving, had skin issues, was in boarding at Animal Care for a while and just depressed. Now, his new name is Henry, he has a new home and his only worries now are “how much more love and fun can one lucky dog have from their new mom and sister.”
I hope you all doing well, as we are here. We are coming up on our 3rd year with Bandit. He is doing fine and loves North Carolina, especially when he can sit in his favorite place. This was just taken before his hair cut. He is still quite a character, and loving. Thanks again for helping make this happen.
He is just the most well behaved, sweet soul who wants as much human contact as possible. He is so good natured and so grateful for his new home that he breaks my heart every day. I love him so much. We haven’t done too much exercising yet because I want to wait until his stitches are out. As soon as we got home to Palm Coast he took a big drink of water. He is eating and drinking normally. We are practicing walking on a lead, heal and a little sit and stay. He is such a good boy that he doesn’t really need his cone because if he starts messing with the stitches, a simple ‘no’ command works. All he wants to do is please. Not one accident in the house. He is just perfect in every way.
I have what I think is the first of many funny Bogie stories. The first time I left him alone was the night of my birthday. We went to dinner and stayed out for about 3 hours. When we came home, all seemed peaceful enough and I gave him lots of praise for no accidents. Then I went into my shoe closet….I keep tissue paper in all my shoes to keep them clean and in shape. He had delicately removed the tissue paper from two shoes, didn’t chew the shoes but shredded the tissue paper. The funny thing was that he made a neat little pile of paper in the middle of the room. It was so easy to clean up it was like it almost didn’t happen. It was right then and there that I knew we were destined for each other. I am a very neat person (everyone teases me about it) and I finally found a kindred spirit! Even while making a ‘mess’ Bogie’s was a neat one!
Clyde and he are getting along fine. I am attaching pictures of Bogie with us as well as with Clyde. I can assure you that he has the most wonderful forever home he could possibly want and I have the most wonderful new family member I could possibly want as well. I don’t know how we found each other, but this is for sure a match made in heaven!
Legend is a 10 year old Beagle boy who was dumped at a high-kill shelter by his owner. This darling, loving and sweet as pie guy had a slim to none chance of finding a new loving forever home to spend the rest of his life. It was thought that Legend would never leave the shelter alive. Then a wonderful, loving and caring lady asked if someone could pull Legend as she just had to try and save him.
To make a very long story short, it took a village to finally get Legend to where he needed to be health-wise and into his loving forever home. Thanks to so many loving and caring rescuers, Legend will now live out the rest of his life, receiving TLC and the best vet care with our very own and amazing, Cornelia and Rene’.
Destiny for Dogs didn’t think twice about paying for all of Legend’s medical bills for his care to get him healthy enough to go to his forever home. Destiny for Dogs believes that everyone should have a chance at life no matter how short that life will be. We want all dogs to know love before they cross over the rainbow bridge.
A special “Thank You” to the rescue that pulled Legend from the shelter, provided medical care and paid for his boarding. The terrific gal who originally picked up Legend from the first vet, transported him to “in-house” boarding and then to his loving forever home in Vero.
We all love “Happily Ever After’s” and this is truly one story that will go down in “The Rescue World’s History Book.”
This is our little kitten who was found in a Mitsubishi engine in which the fire department had to get her out. We gave her the nickname of “Mitzi”. Mitzi has found her loving forever home and look how beautiful she is.
Wishing Mitzi and hew new Daddy a happy life! ♥
Merry Christmas, Everybody. And a very special thanks for your efforts in 2015…needless to say, we love, Love, LOVE her! Mary & Mark
“Spunkie is the best guy! We love him soooooo much! Thank you for the gift of love!”
My name is Rosie. I am an 8 year old Lhasa Apso. My last mom could no longer take care of me because she is 90 years old and had to go to a rehabilitation center and is not well. My human sister is allergic to me. Joann from Destiny for Dogs was contacted and she called a lady she knew was searching for a new love. The lady was searching for a dog under 10 pounds so she could have a travel partner. I am 14 pounds but when she heard my story and then met me, she knew size didn’t matter. It was a match made in Heaven and love at first sight. My new mom is the widow of a NYC Police Officer, and my human brothers are NYC Police Officers. My human brother-in-law was a NYS trooper. It was meant to be.
“These are pictures of our little girl who has exceeded our expectations. Sheila wants to please in any and every way that she can. Obedience training began with a few problems, but she quickly adjusted, impressed the instructor, and has graduated and been welcomed into the intermediate phase of training. She has become a very important part of our family, feisty, though at times, I do not think we would have it any other way. More to follow as we continue our love affair! The first picture is her favorite position in her favorite comfort zone.”
Connie, Jessica, and Denny Trelka