Pictures of October

Monet, adopted in August, We are so happy that Monet has come into our lives and she is just as happy. She really is a gift to us.

Monet, adopted in August. Her family reports: We are so happy she has come into our lives. She really is a gift to us.

 

Reese became a MWCR  rescue July 2006 at an estimated age of three years.  He was a stray and weighed less than 60 lbs. Before becoming a foster boy, he was in a shelter and placed with another dog. Being of typical collie "paw-sonality", Reese loves life! Unfortunately, his "roomie" was an attack dog. Reese came into foster care with a severe chest infection. The other dog had sliced open his chest as if a human would have had an autopsy. Reese is our collie mentor. He was taught by previous pet companions and many fosters. He is now a healthy, happy, beautiful and active hooligan. Reese decided that his brothers would be EZ Ryder (aka Major) and Gabe. The thre musketeers are our delightful golden oldies! - Vickie Dutter

Reese became a MWCR rescue July 2006 at an estimated age of three years. He was a stray and weighed less than 60 lbs. Before becoming a foster boy, he was in a shelter and placed with another dog. His “roomie” was an attack dog. Reese came into foster care with a severe chest infection. The other dog had sliced open his chest. Reese is our collie mentor. He was taught by previous pet companions and many fosters. He is now a healthy, happy, beautiful and active hooligan. Reese decided that his brothers would be EZ Ryder (aka Major) and Gabe. The three musketeers are our delightful golden oldies! – Vickie Dutter

 

Jinny and her BFF on a fall walk in the Carleton College Arboretum

Jinny and her BFF on a fall walk in the Carleton College Arboretum

 

Winter Skye, adopted in July, turned two in October. Her owner agrees with the foster family - she's a bed hog!

Winter Skye, adopted in July, turned two in October. Her owner agrees with her foster family – she’s a bed hog!

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