We can't say it enough; we are so grateful for our volunteers who step up daily to the task of visiting and socializing with our rescues in boarding. Our rescued cats and dogs suffer from less kennel stress and are able to stay healthier. Thank you volunteers for taking time out of your busy schedules to brighten the day of a rescue. You help prepare them for adoption events where if they are lucky, they will find the perfect foster or forever home.
|Here's Casey with volunteer Wendy who rescued her|
|Lady enjoying the spring weather|
Zoe continues to be in the program although she doesn't belong to Barrio Dogs. Her favorite thing is going out to the yard for potty breaks, going for a walk and getting her coat brushed.
|Here's Tita checking out the cats at the boarding facility|
Tita is one of our strongest girls in rescue which makes us believe that she is feeling better and has recovered from her condition when she was rescued. If you need a good workout, she's your girl! She will jump and get mouthy when she's excited and we advise that you don't give her attention if she does that. Instead give her attention when she is calm and not jumping on or mouthing you. Giving her toys and petting her when she is sitting or down on her four paws lets her know that she is being appropriate. You can also try giving her toys to chase around; she really loves those but what she loves best is interacting with you.
Attie has left the building! We are very happy for her and are certain that she is having a great time in her new home.
|Edward, Fred, Illeana and Chief|