Thursday, July 7, 2011

I've Come to my Forever Home

Charlie Brown here barking that I have have made it to my forever home. My foster family released me today. Although they loved me they gave me up to a better opportunity for my long-term happiness and growth. I am so blessed to be where I am wanted and loved. Thank you to all the folks who played a part in my rescue. I will do my best to live up to that "investment" of time, money, and effort into my life. For those who played any part in this may you be blessed as well.

Friday, June 17, 2011

Just me saying "Hi Y'all"

In case you can't tell, all us Pibbles here enjoy sleeping when we can. My fosters say that makes for some interesting pictures. Here are a few of the latest.

[NOTE: Remember, all my pics can be seen larger by left-clicking on them.]

OK, now what are you up to?

You make a nice pillow there Stormy.

Heather Belle makes a good pillow at times also.
Look at my big head compared to hers!

I always wonder what my people are up to when they have that camera out.

I will make room for myself...
whether there is room or not!

That's all folks.
Thanks for visiting.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Hey all y'all. It's me Charlie again.

My fosters just thought that I should report this.

Last night while my best buddy Stormy Sky (irony here) and I were walking our people through the valley a pop-up thunderstorm hit. We just so happened to be at the far end of our walk when suddenly the lightening started popping. Thankfully we are in a valley with LOTS of old-growth tall pines and hardwoods so we aren't the best lightning rods around. We walked faster to get home but my foster sister also called home to get us picked up by Mom's taxi and out-a-there.

After we got home the lightening really started booming very near our house. The rain came too (yea, we really needed that). We lost power as well for a bit. Then it finally calmed down.

Why is this story cool. Because my foster dad took note that both on the walk and in the house when the lightening was FLASHING and the thunder was BOOMING I was unfazed and remained calm, cool, and collected. I never reacted. They were so happy by this one more example of what makes me a great companion.

Just thought I'd share.

Interested? Remember, put in your application (link below) to BBR.

C'yall, Charlie

Monday, June 13, 2011

It Is Official

I can now be adopted!

One additional item of note. I am actually living in Upper Alabama (Huntsville area) and not in Montgomery AL where Petfinder has "
An adoptable dog in Montgomery, AL" listed for Bama Bully Rescue . That may help you see me if you are near my home.

See you soon?

Saturday, June 11, 2011

I Am Now Ready For Adoption

Hey world, I passed my adoption evaluation today! I showed no food or toy aggression. I was real friendly to the evaluator Mr. Richard. He was nice, I got a great big bowl of dry and wet dog food mixed together to have breakfast. He played with my bowl and me while I ate but I was good and showed no aggression (of course, why would I bite the hand that fed me such good stuff?). He did a pinch test and played with my toes. He smacked the metal bowl to the ground behind me and I turned to investigate (remember I am always curious). But I was not overly startled/rattled like I would have been when I came out of the shelter. He gave me a new rope chewy to play with plus a rawhide and a ball. And, he let me snuggle up on him which is always my favorite.

Oh, and after investigating, my fosters are thinking I am some kind of American Bulldog mix. That's just a guess though. No matter what, I am a good, and handsome, boy, eh?

So, I am ready to come home (with you?).
Make sure you have your
Online Adoption Form filled out from Bama Bully Rescue!

Friday, June 10, 2011