I opened this page to show to everyone, that amazing is close to us, you just need to open your heart and eyes to see it…and there is plenty of very nice, kind and warm hearted people around.
Time ago I got a call about: "Do you have French Bulldog puppies?” I did have brindle puppy male by this time. Very nice couple with kids came and little Dutch joined their family. Time went by, and a little bit over than a year I again heard from them-they visited my site and saw that I have little ones-this time their heart were taken by little pied female Domino.
Just recently, surfing an Internet, I seen heart breaking article about homeless Dory and her miracle surviving and adoption…the new parents of Dory were my good customers-Ceris and Dwight. They found space in their house and place in their hearts to give home, not shelter to poor and abused Dory, and two little hooligans and incredible soul mates-Dutch and Domino-welcomed Dory to joined their little gang.
We adore Dutch, he is a member of a doggie park and has lots of friends, but we think he really needs a sister that he can play with at home. We would like to bring him with us so you can see him when we come to see the new little one. We both really like Fiona's markings. Do you think we would be able to come and see them both on Wednesday and we can give you a deposit at that time?
Let me know if this would be ok for you and your family and I will get some pictures of Dutch over to you.
All is great here, Domino is a healthy and chunky 18lbs, she is so adorable and is Dutch's soulmate! And yes, we are the new owners of Dory! Dory was dropped off at our clinic and I took her in, she has so many issues, but is happy with us and she is healing well from her surgery. I can' believe that you heard about her, that is so cool! She goes tomorrow for her follow up appointment.
I will email you some pics of all three of them.
Taken from CULLEN'S ARCHANGEL RESCUE
...Dory is a 2 yr old deaf white French Bulldog that was abandoned at a local vets office here in Columbia, SC. Lucky for this little girl one of the techs at the office loves Frenchies =)
This poor little girl was really sick when she was dropped off and had to live at the clinic for about 10 days. She had ear infections, staph infection,upper respiratory infection- (had to have frequent breathing treatments at the clinic) and she was emaciated.
She was also throwing up a lot and loosing weight. After a lot of testing it was discovered that Dory has an elongated soft palate that must be repaired. If this isn't repaired Dory could aspirate food or water and end up with pneumonia. Plus being a 2 yr old little girl she really wants to play and shes not able to because of her breathing. She has good days and bad days...We have promised Dory's new mom Ceris that we would help do all that we can to raise the much needed funds for Dory's much needed surgery. She is scheduled for February 10th at one of our local vet hospitals.
If you can help Dory please donate today. Every little bit counts! All donations are tax deductible.
And Dory "After"
Dutch, Domino and Dory
Isn't it is amazing story with happy end?