Update 1.5.15: Our precious Dina is doing extremely well with her foster family. Dina is a little shy around new people and in new surroundings so they have been working hard on getting her out in public settings. Today she made her biggest debut at the Bass Pro shop and she did beyond fabulous…just check out those photos. We are so proud of her and her foster family! Her confident sisters are leading the way in her transformation….they really do learn so much from one another!
Update 12.7.14: Dina Doo has been hanging out with the Lutz family as she recuperates from her recent spay. She is a hoot and is thoroughly enjoying her stay here. Soon she will be off to her fabulous foster family in MA where she will continue to be fostered until her forever family finds her. Dina Doo takes a little time warming up to new people and until she does she often hides behind your leg and peeks at them. She thoroughly enjoys the companionship of other dogs and eagerly shares her space. Dina Doo is quite the cuddle bug and will eagerly jump up on the sofa to do so. Her favorite Sunday past-time is sitting by your side eating popcorn. She takes the kernels ever so gently from your hand but refuses to eat those that drop to the floor. She knows sit and wait. We have worked on her traveling skills and I am happy to report she readily goes for rides and no longer gets nauseated. She truly is most deserving of her forever family. Dina Doo is 100% crate trained and almost completely house trained.
Update 11.30.14: Our precious Dina is now 6 months old and still looking for her forever family. Dina is an extremely submissive female and very social with other animals, males and females, large and small, etc. Please consider opening your heart and home to this very special girl!
Update 7.13.14: Foster parents finally had a few moments to spare so they gave us a quick update on the pups, “They are at the 6 week alligator stage now but all of them are what I would consider “calm” pups. They all cry to come out and love to be held, touched. We are constantly touching, loving all of them being sure they are used to having their feet, ears touched. They will eat from their own bowl and also will all eat from the same bowl together without any aggression. They play nicely together and are respectful of my adult dogs. I think they will all be very human oriented.”
CCR has recently welcomed 5 beautiful Cane Corso pups into the family. Yesterday a convoy of drivers lined up to transport them from OH to CT ensuring their safety. Last night was their first night in a loving caring home. They came into rescue as a result of a very sad occurrence as a very young mom (9mos) had given birth to these 5 precious babies. Being merely a baby herself, she rejected the babies soon after birth. The previous owners were bottle feeding the pups. We are not sure of all that transpired but the puppies and momma were taken into custody and the owners were jailed. The puppies are 4/5 weeks old. CCR will continue to post updates chronicling their growth and development. OH Pup #2 is a female and the runt of the litter.
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