Our Senior Forever Fosters
Meet our Forever Fosters. These guys and gals stay behind the scenes since they are unadoptable due to medical issues. They live with their foster families so that they can live out their golden days with a family that can care for their special needs while we cover all of their needs financially. Sponsoring a forever foster is a great way to help the rescue even if your not able to foster or adopt.
Pearl has had a devastating life. Not one but two of her owners have now passed away and she found her self homeless.
Pearl is fond of kind, quiet kids and adults. For the most part good with the cats.
Pearl loves to sit outside on the nice days with company. She benefits from having another dog or person around at all times and is learning it’s OK for the humans to be gone for a bit too. Pearl has quite a bit of anxiety, She’s better left to roam than in a crate. When she’s not outside feeding the animals with me or roaming the yard for a bit with Brick, she’s on her dog bed, her preferred place to be. She does not and will not get on furniture, even when invited.
The day she arrived Pearl had ok mobility upon arrival, yet not very active and seemed to be in some pain. Pearls ideal home scenario is: * someone home all or most of the day or where she can go along * low maintenance exercise wise, she likes to get out daily but short amounts * someone willing to share leftovers and mix them into her kibble and supplements, because who really wants to eat just kibble * if there’s another dog in the home, said dog must be respectful of older dober ladies with joint issues * someone who appreciates the kindness and softness of a senior dog to give them the happiest moments of the golden years.