From Chryssy's fabulous owner:

She is the sweetest little dog, now has a definite mind of her own! Still very afraid of certain noises, but quite enjoys the backyard so long as her pal Georgie is there too.

Chryssy is looking quite chic, been trimmed again so we can see her beautiful soulful big brown eyes. Her "walks" are in a Dogger stroller, until she decides a leash is more fun! So far she quietly watches as other dogs play, but we're working on it! So glad to have her with me, she's a doll. She tolerates the cats, and her tail is an endless fascination to them - it's a feathery fan and they can't resist trying to catch it.

Chryssy has ways to go yet, but meantime she is happy, likes to dig into the sofa cushions and make herself comfy at bedtime. I love to see her first thing in the morning, sound asleep on her back, paws in the air. I hope, without a care in the world.







2 Comments to “Update on Chryssy”

  1. Anonymous says:

    what a lovely family Chryssy has joined. Giving her such loving care. She must feel so safe after the awful years in the puppy mill. That second photo of all the family together is adorable. Thank you to the fabulous owners for the heart warming update.!

  2. Anonymous says:

    So sweet! Her adopter is a gem, to walk her in a stroller so she can get fresh air, sunshine and all the scents of the great outdoors to stimulate her. If Chryssy is sleeping on her back, she trusts her new family which is wonderful. Bless you for giving Chryssy a loving forever home.

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The public still too often associates shelter dogs with images of beat up, sick, dirty, severely traumatized animals and while we definitely sometimes see victims such as these, they are certainly not the majority and, regardless, even the most abused animals can very often be saved and made whole again.

Pound Dogs sometimes discusses the sad histories some of the dogs have suffered. For the most part, though, it tries to present the dogs not as victims but as great potential family members. The goal is to raise the profiles of animals in adoption centers so that a potential pet owner sees them as the best choice, not just as the charity choice.

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