Yes, I do realize it’s a been awhile since I last updated all of you on what has been going on here at the Center. For that, I can only claim time constraints. We are all so pleased that you have stayed with us and continue to support our efforts.
Now, on to the good news. You met Brockton last summer. A dog in very bad condition, actually days away from death by starvation according to his vet. We took him in and discovered a charmingly wonderful young man when he regained his strength. His special needs took so much of our own energy and effort, but Brockton was well worth it all. He has now been adopted by an older couple who were in need of a good companion dog.
According to his adopters: Our teenage grandson, who used to spend nearly off of his time playing online games, has taken to Brockton. They play together outside nearly all of the time he is there to visit. Our family is truly complete with Brockton. (some paraphasing in there.)
Our Latest Additions
We have recently added in two charming young girls to our adoptables. As soon as I can get the weather to cooperate, pictures will be coming. Dawson looks like she is a small version of Newfie. Her personality bears that out as well. Argyle is a black and tan charmer, potential a shepherd mix with some Lab maybe. Loving and delightful girls both.
Helping Families with Their Pets
We have also been involved with helping families in financial need to keep their pets with them. Through your support, we have been able to provide vet care, spay or neuter and even pet food for some. These were pets where their family believed their only option was to give the animals away. We are pleased to report that most of those families are getting back on their feet.
The BuckHawk Future
Continuing to help families keep their pets and being able to help special needs dogs are goals for us as we go forward. Participating in other community programs to help pets will be in our future as well. And with your continued support, we can.