Happy Tails

This page is dedicated to our successes.
These are some of the Poms who have passed through our care.  They are now living in wonderful loving homes.
~None listed on this page are available, they all now have furever homes.~
Please refer to our Available page for dogs that are looking for families.

See Some of Our 2014 Placements & Successes Here





-Mighty Mouse-

-Truffles aka Coco-





-Princess Rosie-




-June Bug-
This was June's second visit with us and a perfect example of why we keep our chips registered to us.  Any person adopting from us is signing a contract that they understand that our chips are locked and remained registered to us and that, should their circumstances change, if they find themselves unable to keep their dog it is to come back to us. To protect that dog we have the chips locked down to our ownership.  Because of this policy we were able to recover June when she found herself back in a shelter.  The owner we placed her with broke the contract by giving her to someone else then that person gave her to she shelter...   We were able to recover June and she now has a wonderful home as a therapy dog for a sweet lady going through some medical challenges.







-Virginia- aka Penny


King is a very special, special needs guy.  He has had multiple knee and back surgeries and spent a very long time on strong medications, which contributed to behavioral and perception issues.   He has gone to a wonderful home where his gruff surliness is understood and where he will receive nothing but the best.




Touble is a very special little guy.  He had Legg-Calve-Perthese and required an invasive surgery to remove the head of his femur. 
Here is a link that explains more about this condition and what was required with his surgery and recovery.http://www.petwave.com/Dogs/Health/Legg-Perthes-Disease.aspx





-Hot Toddy-



Magical Rescue Moments.
Friday I was contacted by the granddaughter of Foxy's owner. Grandma had passed away on Tuesday and Teri
was searching for a spot for Foxy to go. Grandma had adopted Foxy from one of our local shelters 13 years ago. He was about two at that time.

Teri contacted that shelter and was told that they would be glad to take Foxy back, but they felt he would have a better chance at finding a home if they contacted me. I did not hesitate for moment to take this little senior guy in.

When Teri arrived with Foxy she was frazzled for sure after the long process of getting all in place with the death of her grandmother. She was due to fly back to her home and children in Texas at midnight and you could see the relief in her face to know that Foxy was cared for.

More blessings - not 10 minutes after Teri left our home I got a call from someone who was looking for a senior Pom. They had just lost their own girl a few days ago. Where they were looking for another girl but, they didn't hesitate when the heard Foxy's story. It was as if it was meant to be. Foxy now has someone to love and help him through his loss and his new family have a beautiful boy to fill the whole left by their girl.

Thankful tonight many things.
- for allowing Grandma have her Foxy boy to the end
|- for the wonderful worker at the shelter who didn't hesitate to send Teri to me rather than just automatically taking him in there.
- for Teri who searched for the right place to leave Foxy.
- for the wonderful couple who connected so quickly and made that connection with him so wonderfully.
and - for being able to do the work I do.

Moments like this are magic and leave me feeling very full of love for these babies and the people who love them.





-Emma n Ernie-


-Bridie aka Bertie-
Bertie is a special needs placement who went to a very special family experienced with special needs.
Bertie was born deaf and these amazing people will help him to thrive with his disability.



-Zuse & Mooney-








-Ryan aka Princeton-

-Betty Boop  now Ladybug-





-Rae Rae-

-Teryion Duck-

-Poquito -

-Stacey -

-Vita & Rosie -



-Josie & Camper-


-Jackson (again)-
Jackson originally came to us from an abusive situation.  We had placed him in a wonderful home, but... the senior Yorkie in the home could not adjust to having a new kid invade her space, so he cam back to us.  Jackson now has a wonderful home with Skylar as his buddy.  I am very happy that they are close to me so I will be able to do Jackson's grooming.  


***Special Needs - Heart Issues***
Dayton is a super sweet guy who arrived suffering from an enlarged heart that was putting pressure on his trachea and affecting his breathing.  After the first few days on the meds he showed much improvement.  At his arrival he was 8.6 pounds and breathing was becoming increasingly difficult for him. The day he left a 5.2 pound happy engaging guy.  The young lady who adopted him has committed herself to rescuing special needs kids and ensuring that they get the very best of care.  Dayton will enjoy the companionship of a 13 year old pug.


-Shadow & Bear-

-Sadie aka Amy-


-Cee Cee-







"Oh My!!! I love this place sooo much!!!  My new Mom and Dad are the very best!
AND I even have a brother who loves to cuddle!!!"

"Hi Christy,

It's been almost two weeks as Lucy is gradually adjusting to her forever home and is revealing more of her personality day by day. She was given a clean bill of health when we visited our holistic vet. Dr. Tannent told us that she doesn't believe Lucy had ever needed medications and that the medications provided were not targeting the presumed "anxiety" diagnosis. She does have some yeast (appears red) issue as she chews her legs/feet a lot. We switched her onto raw turkey diet and grain-free mini veggie and fruits snack. She also has a tiny bit tartar on her teeth, but since she just got a teeth cleaning last September, the vet advised for us to diligently brush her teeth 2-3 times a week. So, currently, she is off all medications and is only taking fish oil once everyday.  

She has been a happy little girl and not shy with strangers and exuberantly happy when we come home. She does get spooked by loud sudden noises (i.e. buses, motorcycles), but we have been doing some positive reinforcement with noise training as suggested by our vet to get her acclimated. She has been attached to me and follows me everywhere. Housemate reported that she whines and does a screaming fit when we leave home, but then it doesn't last long. She doesn't like to be left alone and we are hoping to help her to adjust and reassure her that we will always come home. 

We suspect that Lucy may have been a purse dog her whole life and has not gone out on much walks. She loves rolling on the grass (she frequently eats them too) and the wood chips on the playground. She runs really fast and we do brisk sprints home after long walks everyday. No accidents inside the home and is on a regular schedule now. She perches by the upstairs attic room window and looks outside then falls asleep. She also likes to play with toys when she gets into the mood (you should see her violently shaking the stuff toy and runs speedily around the house like crazy). 

I hope you enjoy the pictures :)




Georgie has gone to my great friend Dorie at Pomeranian County Rescue in Canada.
She has an amazing foster who will work with his behaviors and find that very special forever home.


My favorite little Chi (or tiny tiny little Boxer look alike LOL) got his home. 
He is going to be sooo spoiled! Gotta love him!!



Emmett received a very special home today.  He is a Special needs boy who had a tumor removed.
Without even having biopsy results back yet Barbara fell in love and committed to whatever may come.  What a wonderful first placement to kick of a wonderful 2015.  UPDATE:  Emmett's biopsy was benign, no cancer YAY!!!

Awww I didn't d-stuff it.  The raccoon did it all by itsself.

In 2014
Rescues - 84 (51 Pomeranian & Pom Mix)
Placements - 96 including 15 special needs or seniors
Financial needs assistance -  5 instances

Click here to see some of those placements.





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