The righteous care for the needs of
their animals, but the
kindest acts of the wicked are cruel.
Save an animal.
It is worth it!
Rhodesian Ridgeback and Boxer
Born: November 29,
2015 -- Home
I have adopted this little brown puppy
(photo at left) at
the age of 2.5 months on Valentine's Day 2016 from the
County Humane Society, a small and poorly funded
animal shelter. Apparently a black and white Border Collie &
Bird Dog mix (photo at right) was rescued while pregnant and
this little puppy was the "runt" of the litter, having some
difficulty after birth. The black and white mother gave birth to
all brown dogs so the father had to be a Rhodesian Ridgeback
Boxer mix providing the dominant genes.
But now, at her very young age, she
is playful and energetic. She also plays rather aggressively
Gypsy, and has no fear of
"fighting" over a raw hide twist with the Belladonna.
immediately took to her and has started teaching her not
only how to play, but how to fight for a bone or food, how to
roughhouse with a toy and dig out the stuffing, how to work a
chew stick with her back teeth, how to wrestle, how to fight her way out of
a corner, and how to chase after a dog that steals her rawhide
or food. It is amazing to watch, and I realized she is teaching
this little puppy survival skills, and doing so in an aggressive
but loving way. Amazing!
Honor of Antonin Scalia
United States of America
Scalia was murdered by Obama-affiliated operatives on Saturday, 13 February 2016.
This great legal intellect has been lost and in memory
of his service to our nation, I named this little
puppy after him.
Being a rescue dog, I have a
special affinity for this little puppy. She is loving and eager.
The connection that she has made with the Lady of the House (Gypsy)
has been immediate and incredibly sweet, and
the Belladonna is known for historically
mothering not only puppies but also kittens and even chickens!
Gypsy also has repeatedly gone to
check on Scalia when I have put the puppy in the large pen for
some nap/quiet time. Gypsy will often lay on the floor in front
of the pen looking at Scalia and will wait there until I let the
puppy out. The mothering instinct that was always so strong in
the Belladonna is fully present in her behaviors now that Scalia
has joined the household.
As Scalia grows over the next few
months, she will be a wonderful addition, and I know she will
Gypsy with plenty of activity!
More will be coming soon...
There are so many
animals that need homes with loving people,
so please don't
buy from a breeder, rather find and
give a loving, forever home
to a sheltered dog.
This is a non-profit animal
rescue organization. So many
animals and so much evil in
the world... if everyone would
find a way to support those
who bring life to the
world would be less painful.
adopt a rescued dog.
You may not change the whole world, but
you will certainly change THEIR whole world!
Watch this video to see
of a sweet dog starved
grown up with
Poodles and having
rescued one in the early
1990s, seeing this video
brings a tear for sure...