PAWS Alumni

Byrdie (PAWS name Chickies)
Chickies

Chickies is doing very well in her forever home. She loves her brother and is quite the hyper girl but loves…

Luna (PAWS name Anastasia)
Anastasia

Luna is the most socially comfortable dog we have had. She loves everyone, dogs and people alike. Training was a bit…

Bruno (PAWS name Norton)
Norton

Bruno (aka Norton) is doing great. We are totally in love with him.  Lucy, my other Chihuahua is finally playing with…

Akamai
Akamai

From Joan: We kept Akamai’s PAWS name which in Hawaiin means intelligent which is very apt, but knicknamed him Aki.  He…

Yetti
Yetti

Yetti is doing well. She is growing fast and is getting stronger every day. She seems happy and has a ton…

Biscuit (PAWS name Gertrude)
Gertrude

Here is an adorable one of Biscuit the day we brought her home. I will follow up with a more current…

Sara (PAWS name Lio)
Lio

It is two weeks and one day with my new Border Collie that I adopted from Paws. I am enjoying taking…

Mila (PAWS name Pims)
Pims

Things with Mila are going GREAT. Loki and her are getting along swimmingly and she is really letting her personality shine….

Penny (PAWS name Picasso)
Picasso

Things are going great with Penny (formally Picasso)!  She just finished training at PAWS two weeks ago and we have been…

Henry (PAWS name Timon)
Timon

Henry is doing great, he’s house broken and not caged anymore.  We haven’t gone to a trainer, we’ve been working with…

Chico
Chico
Loki (PAWS name Jose)
Jose2

We’re doing well! We changed his name to Loki, and he has settled right in with us. We finished puppy obedience…



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