Marshall looks very dapper shown here with Bubbles, his frenchie sister.
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I just wanted to check in and send along some pictures of Petey. He is loving his new home and his new mom. I know he makes me smile everyday and I love spending all my time with him. He is such a sweet boy. He also is no longer wearing the spikey collar but walks very well in his harness.
I just wanted to say thank you. Roshanna Tokh
Brosco was given to us when his family lost their home, they were sad to see him go, but he stayed with Mary as a foster... and then he just moved right in with his big heart and expressive eyes! Now he lives and plays with Stella and Chipper. Brosco had nare surgery, but he still suffers from elongated palate and will need palate surgery.
Spike- was a little bundle of pure energy when he came to us from a shelter in Oak Park. It wasn't long before a family fell in love with him and he now lives a happy, active life.
Baby Talullah came to us in such bad shape! But a vet took her in, performed her surgery and got rid of all her worms. Then, she fell in love and adopted her!! Talulah now romps endlessly with her boston terrier and great dane brothers. Together, they make a perfect pack!
Little 10 mo. old Marshall (aka Mason)was living with a family who had no patience for him (a frenchie, not housetrained at 4 mo?), no time (1 very active toddler and a newborn) and he spent most of his days in a crate. They agreed to put him in rescue where he met Erin, Mia and their girl Bubbles. Marshall had a skin condition and a bladder condition, all which had gone unnoticed by the family. Today, he is happy go lucky, really thrilled to have someone to play with (er, should I say torment) and has two mommies who love him. Oh, and, ah, Bubbles decided he could stay.
I am loving my new life! Look how happy and healthy I look!!
Hi! My name is Josie and I’m about 3 years old.The reason I don’t know my real birth dateis because I came from a puppy mill where birthdays didn’t matter.I lived in a cage and as soon as I was big enoughI was bred to have babies to sell.I suffer from a lot of allergies but I guess that made my old owners mad because they just ignored them and let me get sores all over my body and ear infections.They even kicked me so hard that they tore my diaphragm and some of my organs lodged around my heart and lungs.One day I was going to go to another mill, but a kind woman from a Golden Retriever Rescue saw me and saved me.She called CFBR and I went to live with a family who fell in love with me.I was half bald and covered with open sores so they took me topeople called veterinarians right away.(I had never met one but they are nice!)They treated my sores and sent me to specialists at Purdue University for surgery on my chest.When my old owners kicked me, my pancreas, spleen, uterus and ovary lodged around my heart, so it needed to get fixed or I would die.I came through the surgery with flying colors, but from years of neglect they found out I was deaf in one ear (too many untreated ear infections they said).I now see a specialist every month to treat my allergies and save my one good ear.I don’t have sores on my body anymore and my fur is soft and full now.I can hear pretty good now too especially when there are treats involved!I finally found out what love and a family is thanks to CFBR! When I go to sleep at night in my nice soft bed, surrounded by my canine brothers and sisters, and my new mom and dad, I pray other homeless, neglected, and mistreated Frenchies find a great home too!
January, 2009 We adopted Dani (formally Dani Girl) a couple of weeks ago and she is such a delightful, cute and charming addition to our family! Our daughters, Wendy and Jenny, also have Frenchies, Roxy and Zella, and this Christmas was such a fun one with all three playing and running around. They couldn't decide which of the three beds to sleep in! Danny loves to cuddle, and every morning when we get up, we cuddle, and the same when we get home from work. Thank you all for rescuing Dani, and bringing her into our home. -Carol and Andy Ban