he is!! Such a beautiful dog!! We now call him Frankie...he actually
picked out the name. He did not respond to Oreo..so we were just saying
different names out loud.
When my husband said "Frankie", he came to him, wagging his tail.The
first week that he was here, he had some anxiety and nervous energy. He
was a handful! Now that he is settled in, knows the routine and his
"place" in the pack, he has blossomed
in to such a loving, sweet boy. The
first two weeks are so critical...fosters and adopters have to really
keep in mind what a dog is going through..and not to give up on him or
her. Consistency and routine is the key.
I read a great article on this and it make so much sense.I
plan on keeping him, so he makes number ten! So I am officially full
and a foster failure. My home and heart is always open to ones in need.
I am so pleased with P.E.T.S. transport service and your help and Jennifer's.I wish you much success with "It's raining Cats and Dogs", and I will be sure to visit your page.
I hope we can work together in the future to save lives.Thanks again for your dediaction, hard work, and perserverance, it does pay off. ----Heather
Dear Raining Cats and Dogs Rescue,
I would like to thank Joanne Cohon for her support in helping us adopt Lacey formerly known as Tinkerbell from Texas. We live in New Hampshire and didn't have any contacts, Joanne saw my post on facebook from a photo on Lacey and contacted... me. She got Lacey placed in a foster (another thank you to Jennifer Reineck) and coordinated everything. She was in constant contact with me during the whole process. She even coordinated the transport for Lacey. Our family is complete and we're so grateful for Joanne's love and dedication to helping and savings these precious puppies and dogs.