lithe and spirited just as a Deerhound should be, but turn
adored pet? Her left ear bears an odd split at the tip-an exact cut,
the slow economy with a family no longer able to feed her? Her trusting
surroundings. My four huntsmen, as I affectionately call my Great Pyrenees,
perspective when a new animal enters our lives and household.
step and the extra work not as tedious.
Fostering an animal is a commitment to the unknown—temperament,
training, health, time. I do not know how long Lissette will call this place
“foster home”, some fosters reside with their families for months
before adoption. Attachment is inevitable--especially when the
animal is as beautiful and sweet as Lissette. It’s difficult to say
goodbye not matter how long a dog is with you.
anyone can do to help save lives. Knowing
you have helped save a life and have had a hand in selecting a dog’s forever
family makes the extra work, cold nights and teary goodbyes a little easier.
are thousands just like her waiting to be adopted or fostered. If you would