Pyrents and friends of the rescue Robyn and Nate decided to add to their pack!
Ned came to us with a congenital deformation of the long bones in his front legs. He's probably going to be a shorty, and while he won't ever hike the Appalachian Trail or run a marathon, he can have a wonderful, happy life in a home willing to support his mobility as he ages. We are so grateful for folks who love the special needs Pyrs as much as we do. As we say, none of the Pyrs are perfect, but they are all Pyrfect!
#CGPRAlum Bruce and Savannah have welcomed their little brother with open paws.
One of the best things about rescue is that we are constantly reminded that even when the situation seems hopeless in the moment, it doesn't have to stay that way. Good things, even great things, happen, too.
When longtime friends of the rescue and Pyrents Phyllis and Doug texted to ask if Merveille was spoken for, there was zero debate about what our answer would be.
Merveille, weighing about sixty pounds (and still gaining), is now in her #FureverHome with #CGPRAlum Remy to guide her.
Thanks to everyone who chipped in for her vet bills, sent her supplies, visited her, and cared about Merveille.