On February 5, 2005 we adopted a young black
February 5, 2005 we adopted a young black lab from Animal Humane Society Golden Valley.
My now-husband and I were in the cities for the weekend and I talked him into stopping by the humane society because I had my heart set on a lap dog. That day we met Timber, the next day my husband woke up thinking about Timber and we knew we had to go back and get him! Timber was a young lab who was surrendered because he was an “escape artist,” the people surrendering him said they had purchased him from a breeder and he had been trained to pheasant hunt. Timber made the 3.5 hour trip home with us that frigid February day. When we got home after being gone for the weekend we quickly realized that our furnace was not working and it was about 40 degrees in our house. My now-husband and I scrambled trying to figure out what was wrong with the furnace while Timber apparently kept himself busy eating all of his paperwork we had gotten from the humane society about him! We looked at each other and weren't sure what we...
The last Posts from "Happy Tails"
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- Molly is a 12-year old calico that was at Animal Humane Society
- I adopted Rosie this March, when I was
- The day we found our Miracle
- After several years of moving around for school
- We adopted Lulu on July 17
- Queenie, has been such a treasure. We had to
- After our 14-year-old rescue passed away last
- Our family had three much loved cats. In June
- My husband and I had always known we would
- We've historically been a three-dog
- In 2012 my young kids and I came to Animal
- We didn't realize our family was missing
- Thank you again so much for allowing us to give Vaca his forever
- We adopted Lemon after we had to put our older cat down. He has
- Almost a year after losing our beloved
- Thank you Animal Humane Society for my
- I adopted both Harry and Mr. Angus from Animal
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