Saturday, April 21, 2012

What a difference a Day makes...

*CLICK ON ANY PHOTO TO 'BIGGIFY' *

Cricket's first full day in the Bluff Country.
From that frightened, defensive dog in yesterday's post, to this lovely, playful, ENERGETIC girl...















She's a Happy Girl!
Watch a VIDEO of the dogs running and playing on Hero's Blog...

15 comments:

  1. The tail tells the tale. She's a truly happy dog. It must be hard not to want to keep them all.

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    1. It REALLY is!!! I always cry when they leave. Sometimes for DAYS...

      But I know that I have to let them go so that they can have their very own family and not just be "one of a pack". And by letting them move on with someone who will love them as much as I do, it frees up space so that I can save another deserving pup.

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  2. Happy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Wonderful photos, they bring a real lift to the spirits :o)

    x

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    1. Thank you, Joanna. They make me smile too.

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  3. Marilyn7:19 PM

    What a wonderful change. How great that you had the knowledge/instinct to see past the terror she was feeling. Great video.

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  4. She definitely likes her sticks! :o)

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  5. She certainly DOES! She also likes balls, kongs, rope toys...
    She LOVES to carry something in her mouth.

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  6. It's amazing the difference in a dog when you remove the environment. Bless you for doing this!!

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    1. It is truly my pleasure!

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  7. Wow, Cricket is transformed. You are wonderful people!

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    1. All I can think of is how she must have felt like she was DYING in that pen at the "shelter".

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  8. Wow is all I can say! The lines of a poem that I can't remember any of, but one line that says 'the touch of the rescuers hand,' which has truly made a difference. This is a reminder of what it's all about!!

    By the way, I will add Heroes Blog to my roll!!

    PS: We also have a new addition that arrives this afternoon...

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  9. Thank you Kim! I hope you know that YOU were my inspiration to get into canine rescue.

    I think I might have an idea of what it could be. Baily talks to Hero you know...

    ;-)

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  10. Remarkable! You're doing a good job.

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