AngieNaples, FLAngie was a rescue at 1 year old, we were told she made the short lists of rescuers but not taken home until Chuck & I met her. A lesson is always ask a shelter volunteer who They see as a good choice for personality etc.
She was very easily trainable, rarely barked, loved meeting other dogs & people; perfect pet, companion, four legged family member. Love you Angie Blue
Doc Holiday RichardsonRoyal Oak, MII have owned several dogs, none has touched my soul like Doc. He was my Little Man! He lived a great life for 13 and a half years. A cancer survivor from age 3. He has seen a cardiologist regularly for the past four years, and was on three different heart meds daily. Yesterday he suddenly went blind in his left eye. He passed peacefully with his head and legs on my thigh. Faithful Companions was very professional and returned his remains and a cast of his paw today. He w
PeeDeeCharlotte, NCThis sweet baby had a rough start to life. He was adopted into his forever home on February 28, 2019. In April, he had to undergo surgery on his heart. He was a fighter... but it was time for him to cross the rainbow bridge. His mommy and fur sissy miss him so so much
Ace (Bubba)Cincinnati/Dayton, OHMy best friend Ace’s life came to an end April 6, 2019 after a long batter with multiple illnesses. He was the most loving, smart and loyal dog I’ve ever known and I am so blessed to have had him in my life. He was 13, diabetic, blind, had a torn ACL and a cancer survivor. He was the happiest dog who LOVED to play ball. He was my 1 month olds protector, going wherever she was when he would hear her cry. He was simply the best and my heart and home is so empty without