A Letter From Spike
Hi Auntie Carol & Liz
I'm settling in nicely here in Lancaster, SC.
I'm having lots of fun doing yard patrols with my new big brother Picasso and playing chase with him & Deco. Sometimes Perry comes out and plays chase with us too.
I love the big yard...I think Dad is getting a little nuts because I come in for 5-10 minutes and then bark at him to go back out again...when he is on the phone is the most fun. Human training soooooo much fun
The yard next door is populated with the strangest things...there are these giant chickens at least twice my height...dad calls them Emus and these funny looking dogs that eat grass he calls Shetland ponies. I had a staring contest with one of those through the fences yesterday. I won of course!
Attached is a shot of me in dad's bed...he woke me up for that and I have an awful case of "bed head"...I may decide I need to go out at 3 AM as payback!
I'll see if I can get dad to take some pictures in the yard that better show my magnificence.
Bark at you later!
Spike has found a forever home
This is Spike. Formally known as Pixie. Yes we gave him a new macho Boy name! He is about 13 months old, very sweet but extemely nervous when put in new situations. Spike is cat and small dog safe when in the house, very affectionate, loves to play with his foster home's Borzoi and is very easy to get along with. NEEDS LEASH TRAINING. He is wild on a leash. Previous owner's idea of walking him was to put him on a flexy lead and hang on for dear life. Spike's foster mom is working with him but he is tall and very strong so he needs someone that can deal with that. He is will be neutered next Wed and is now current on all vaccinations and heartworm free. He will make the right home a wonderful dog.
If you have room in your home and heart for Spike, please fill out our adoption application and email it to Carol Backers at firstname.lastname@example.org