Thursday, March 11, 2010

Adopting Annie

We are finally doing it!! We found our new family member at the local animal shelter and this is the picture that made me realize I had to bring her home. Hopefully the next pictures you see will be a much more happy and content dog. I realize this will not be an easy task but I am up for the challenge! I know she will be worth it!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

oh break my heart!! Poor girl.How old is she? Did they tell you her circumstances-I am sure she will now get all the love she deserves.

Life's Beautiful Path said...

You are lucky to find the beautiful one named Annie. She'll look good in your family of illustrating.

We have four in our neighborhood like Annie. They are sweet ones.

Phyllis Harris said...

We don't know much about her background since she is a stray. They think she is approx. 1 year old and she has been spayed so I bet she ran off. I have been scouring online everywhere to see if anyone has posted a lost dog ad or posting with her description to no avail. I just have to get her home to a safe place asap where she can feel loved and safe and secure. I know there will most likely be issues to deal with but I am ready! :o) We gave her the name Annie since we don't know her real name.

Life's Beautiful Path said...

Phyllis, there is an Golden Retriever organization that may be able to help you. To search for her owner or find her a new home. I don't have their web address.
Heart breaking.

Mary Nida

Kelly H-Y said...

Ohhhh, look at that sweet, sad face ... she looks heartbroken. I'm quite certain her time with you will bring her back to being a happy, cheerful pup! Good for you!

Alicia PadrĂ³n said...

Ohhhhh Phyllis!!!! This is So touching!!

Just look at that face??! I'm so happy you will adopt her. What a beautiful thing... I wish you and Annie the very best life together. xo

Liza Woodruff said...

Phyllis,you are so kind to adopt her and give her the home and life she deserves. She looks so sweet and sad.
Good luck!

Sarah said...

Oh, she needs you! Good luck and I hope she smiles soon!

Rant-a-holic said...

Oh that photograph is so touching. She looks like she's given up all hope. How she will flourish with your love and attention. Hope she's doing great.