April adoptions

By Sarah Rebernick VP & Adoption Coordinator

Dean

Sweet senior collie mix, Dean, has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. Dean came to MWCR after he was picked up as a stray. Since no family came to claim him he was happily transferred to us and is such a nice, loving boy that his foster mom and dad quickly realized that he was the perfect fit for their family. Congratulations to all concerned!

 

Lucy & Ryder

Ryder, a 10-year-old male tricolor and his daughter, Lucy, an 8-year-old sable/white, have been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. These two lovely collies were surrendered by the family of their owner when she became ill and was no longer able to care for the them. Handsome Ryder has a few health issues that his new dad will keep an eye on but we’re happy to report that neutering has reduced his somewhat excessive interest in the lady dogs’ … um … backsides ;-). We’re so happy that he and Lucy were able to be adopted together!

Willow

Beautiful Willow, a 3-year-old merle female, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. Because of unexpected and difficult changes in life, her owner to surrender her to MWCR, reluctantly, but with her best interests at heart. This lovely girl slipped seamlessly into her new home and the hearts of her new family, even her new collie siblings think she’s pretty great. Congratulations, sweet girl!

 

Haley

Beautiful Isla (nka Haley), a 3-year-old tricolor female, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. Because of unexpected and difficult changes in life her owner to surrender her to MWCR, reluctantly, but with her best interests at heart. Now she is in her new home with her family that is so excited to call her their own. Congratulations, sweet girl!

Trudy

Trudy, a 6-year-old loving mahogany sable girl, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. She’s a very sweet, snuggly smaller girl (about 50 lbs.), who is a great kisser. We don’t know much about her former life but she is extremely loving and delights in being with her people, so much so that her foster parents think she would make a great therapy dog. Trudy will be enjoying her new home with a large fenced yard, a collie companion and a few cats just to keep life interesting.

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