Saturday, February 6, 2010

Featured Rescue - Amber the Boxer/American Bulldog

In light of the situation in Brampton (please check the link if you don't know what's going on), I have decided to feature a Boxer/American Bulldog mix today. Her name is Amber. She is located at Camp LotsaDogs which is in Ontario ... I heard about this place last March - so far haven't heard much about them through the rescue network. If anyone has experience with them, please pass it on!

PS - Did you notice at the bottom of Amber's page it has a section dedicated to Coonhounds and Beagles?? Here's a quote ... A lot of people think Coonhounds and Beagles are stupid but they're not! They are just joyous dingbats for sure but very trainable. They are funny, happy clowns.

Joyous dingbats ... yep - that sure makes me want to adopt one today!


Quilt Works said...

What a wonderful portrait! This is a beautiful composition with the shadows and low setting sun, really shows off the beauty of the boxer

Tags and Hugs, Quiltworks

...Woman in Red - Quiltworks Valentine

ME said...

drop some ec today

GoLightly said...

What news of the debacle?
My husband listened in horror to the draconian law "we" somehow passed.

Clayton Ruby was completely appalled. This "law" gives AC the right to enter your home, and take away your dog, without any sort of public complaint or input. Nuthin'.

Nuts, nuts, nuts.
What hath Michael Bryant wrought? I wonder if that horrible accident he had was "what goes around, comes around"?

Anonymous said...

camp lotsadogs is amazing! we adopted my dog from there and we board him there too! your dog will have a great time!

Anonymous said...

Our family recently adopted a sweet-natured, handsome rescue dog, "Conan", from Lotsadogs Rescue [based in Whitby Ontario], which is run by the wonderful Susan Steiner. Since Conan was originally rescued from Ohio, we therefore wanted to share his success story now, since he's made a very comfortable transition to a loving forever home here in Ontario.
Susan is a caring, well-organized and compassionate person who not only really cares about these special shelter dogs but is knowledgeable about canine health, care and development.
Also, Susan's insight into dogs is really evident by her excellent 'dog + people' matchmaking skills, wherein she trys to fit both the dog's and individual's personality & energy levels together to make the best family match [e.g. disabled family member]. Thank you Susan, and keep up the good work with the LotsofDogs rescue organization activities.