Saving What You Love

I’m not sure if my dogs saved my life, but they definitely gave me life. I now pass that on how I can by fostering and transporting coonhounds. This video was put together by one of the volunteers for The American Black and Tan Coonhound Rescue. It recognizes the breed that I have come to love that is so misunderstood in our country. Please share this video with your friends. Oh, and watch close-Grannie has a cameo with my girls!!


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Meet Eddie!

So, it turns out Molly loves to play. More than my Daisy can hope to keep up with. So, I got together with a friend of mine and we decided to have her bring one of her six month old foster puppies over for a play date. They had fun running back and forth chasing toys and playing together.

Eddie is a total doll! He is a typical six month old puppy. He is happy and playful and energetic. He loves to chew and he loves people! He has started learning basic obedience. He is also great with kids.

Eddie and his two sisters, Abby and Bitty, are up for adoption in Savannah, GA through Solace Pit Bull Rescue.





Blog Paws is less than two weeks away! I am getting so excited. I know many of my readers are going and I hope to meet all of you!

It’s a blog hop….

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The Unsinkable Molly Brown

No, this isn’t going to be an essay on a famous passenger on the RMS Titanic. So kids, if you are looking for help with your homework you better get back to google.

Miss Molly Brown is my new foster! She’s fresh from a different foster home where she was able to raise her singleton pup. He’s now been adopted and she is here for a little TLC and some more one on one attention. She did have a rough time before she came into rescue. We aren’t looking back though-it’s only getting better.

This sweet girl is about 60 pounds but she’s quite short and compact. She has wrinkles like a bloodhound but without the extra-large size. She is playing with toys for the first time and has started playing and wrestling with Daisy and Bella (when Bella will play) out in the back yard! She is very well behaved in the house and completely house trained. She does snore-but its cute. Molly’s main issue is that she does have  hand shyness if you try to reach out and grab her collar. She will either dart out of reach or completely freeze. I’m not sure what happened in her former life, but we are working on it.

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