We rescued Nikko after his owner turned him over with parvovirus. He was named Dosier back in the day. He is doing amazing now, we have had him almost a year. He’s rocking training with the guys at Tenasity and is my new office companion. We LOVE him! -Deidre Vandenbos
We adopted Sylvester just recently, and as you can see from the picture, he is feeling right at home. His new best friend is a toddler who asks about him as soon as she wakes up every morning. They play ball together every day, and he is always happy to help clean up whenever she drops food on the floor. Thanks for taking such good care of Sylvester before he joined our family! -Kristin Poland
Mr. Cheeky (formerly Chico) was my first foster dog. I was determined to find the very best home for him and I did. It just happened to be mine! He was at Homeless Pets because his owner fell on hard times and was living out of her car. Now he greets me and my husband at the door with a big smile on his face. Literally! He pulls back his lips and shows his teeth in a wide happy grin. He only does this when we come home from work. It makes for a warm welcome! He’s a constant bright spot in our lives! -Leanne Thomassen (HPF Volunteer)
Pee Wee was rescued from a high kill shelter. We suspect that he was abused by a man, because he would get very scared and bark when a man would walk near him. This made him a very difficult dog to place. We brought him to a dog trainer to help him deal with his trust issues. Shortly after he graduated from his obedience class, after being with us for 1 year, the perfect family met him at Petsmart in Marietta. A couple of weeks later they made it official and he was a permanent member of their family!