What Our Customers Are Saying!


Sanchez Lorenzo & Family

Things are going well here. Lilly adjusted to Zack, my 19-year-old, being home for spring break, and now he’s back to school. No matter, summer will be here soon, and they will meet again.

She absolutely LOVES a “teaser” that our trainer brought us. It’s great entertainment to watch her flip in the air to try and catch the toy at the rope’s end. Great exercise when it’s raining or when a walk just isn’t enough for Lilly’s amazing energy!

Yesterday she came to me for some affection while I was cooking dinner. She hugged me, gave lots of kisses, and I swear she looked at me as if she wanted to tell me something important! Such a bonding moment… I got a little teary! I think she’s reached another milestone as far as trust, and understanding that we are her family now, and this will always be her home


Denise Lores

Sweet eyes are the window to your bright soul. Tail wags of exuberance. Kisses, kisses, and more kisses. Yawns that squeak. ~The Sweetest Thing~

The wagging of his tail. The squeak he makes when he yawns. Sweet kisses. Sweet love. Sweet dog. He’s the sweetest thing. He gives me in the morning or upon my return. His eyes filled with joy and gratitude after drying him off from a rainy walk. He makes me laugh every time he darts and runs because he looks like a cartoon character.


Jennifer Cutner.

Charlie is a wonderful addition to our household. He has been gentle and incredibly energetic and funny with the kids and our other pets!
He runs like a lunatic every afternoon when we let him out of his crate. He’s amazingly gentle with the kids – they had an epic wrestling match last night and he was just a peach about it. Apparently, he is solar powered. We have noticed this ongoing since we adopted him. He seeks and absorbs sunlight when given half a chance. It’s hilarious.
We recently took him for a field trip to visit with our friends who have three cats on St. Patty’s day weekend. We knew (as did they) the risks of introducing a Jack to a cat-friendly situation. He was a Saint. Stayed with one or both of us for the entire visit overnight. ZERO interest in the cats. No swatting or injuries occurred. He was perfect and slept with me the entire night.


Nikko goes to the Nursing home with me a few times a week. Lots of doggy park visits and speed walking. He is such a charm. He still doesn’t bark a lot(a few times at the dog park) but that is it. What a pleasure. Since we brought Nikko to our convent, he’s been such a wonderful addition.
He still tries to pick up pizza crusts on our speed walks. It’s a riot when I look back and see why he lagging behind. He is such a clown and makes me laugh every day. Thank you again for the wonderful 4 legged gifts.
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Phyllis and Robert

Robino is doing great and adjusting well to his new life with us! He went on a 1 mile run yesterday with daddy (Robert) and really enjoyed running on the trails at the park. He is still getting used to momma brushing his teeth in the morning! I know he thinks I’m crazy but he sits there like a good boy! And robino is really enjoying having a buddy again.