Most dogs in shelters and rescues have been there anywhere from a few days to several months. Callie. a senior black lab was in foster care with Broken Tails Rescue for over 2 years and finally adopted in December 2015.
Hi, I’m Callie and I’m living at Broken Tail Rescue, Inc. in Lunenburg, Mass., where the vet thinks I’m around 10 years old.
Now, we were talking about love, right? Let me tell you about it!
I LOVE walks and hikes… and I also LOVE hanging out indoors, playing with my toys and cuddling with you!
I also LOVE going for car rides, and learning new things – my foster mom says I’m super-smart! Since coming to live with her, I’ve learned “sit,” “stay,” “down,” how to ring a bell when I need to go outside, and how to balance her checkbook.
(One of those things isn’t true… can you guess which one?)
I wish I could say I love other pets, but I probably should be an only pet.
You can talk about that with my friends, or set up a meeting, if you email firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d sure LOVE that!
Broken Tails did a great You Tube video Callie
Here is their great news
After over 27 months in foster care, we are happy to announce that Callie has been adopted. We have waited to make this wonderful annoucement to make sure that the adoption would stick and it looks like Callie is finally in her forever home. We will miss you Callie but we know you are off to better adventures with a family of your own who will spoil you.
A note from Callies new mama
Great big thank you to Broken Tail Rescue and especially Callie’s wonderful foster mother for all of her help in transitioning Callie into my home. Callie is a sweet girl and a giant mush and I’m so happy to have her join my home. Thank you!!! Thank you also for all of the wonderful love and support here.
What is Broken Tail Rescue?
Broken Tail Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit animal rescue organization run by a group of dedicated volunteers in Massachusetts. We save dogs and cats from euthanasia and find them loving, happy homes. We focus on local animals in the New England area primarily but we also assist southern dogs as well when space permits. If you are looking to adopt a dog or cat, look no further!
Help Broken Tail Rescue Save More Animals by Fostering!
Because Broken Tail Rescue does not have a shelter, we rely solely on our foster home network to provide a safe and stable temporary home to get them ready for adoption. It’s simple: the more people who open their homes for fostering, the more animals we can save. It’s a rewarding way to give to our organization and it’s a critical part of what we do. Most importantly, it’s fun! For more information please visit our volunteer page.
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