(We received the following from Nekoda’s new family. He was formerly called “Nomad” and is the beautiful husky that was hairless and starved at rescue.)
Nekoda is delighted with each fresh snow fall. I took him out early the morning before there was a foot print in the snow. What a happy dog! Wind and blowing snow delight him, not so much me. Noah took Nekoda out before Sunday School. Nekoda was thrilled! Then Stephanie took him out because she can run with him which she knows Nekoda really likes. Nokoda played in the yard while the morning shoveling was done. The moment we walked in from church Nekoda was anxious to get outside again. After the children take him on a nice walk, he’ll play in the yard while we shovel once more. Nekoda thinks this is a perfect day.
He is so cute in the snow. Prancing around, digging for buried treasure (he finds all sorts of stuff in the deep snow – last week he found an apple, a mostly eaten candy, and a sandwich wrapper people must have dropped rushing home in the blizzard) and playing in the snow banks.
He is a delightful dog. It’s fun to watch him play. He will sit and give his paw at voice and hand command. We are working on “stay” and “down.” He is great with all the kids! he is dearly loved; a true joy and answer to prayers. We extend our thanks for all you have done.
Everyone get ready for the second annual Fish Fry for Warm Hearts Humane Society of Mount Ida. Funds go to the Pat Paradies Emergency Animal Fund.
The rumors are true. Buster is a total goofball! What a personality this little guy has. He is full of joy and love. He is going to be a great companion for the family who enjoys fun and play. He has also mastered the art of “laying on the couch,” so be sure you make a space for him. He’s a cuddler! Buster also enjoys a car ride and will load right up for you.
Buster’s beautiful markings earn him the label of “eye candy.” He’s a stunning and sweet dog. Buster is about 11 months old and weighs 45 pounds. He’s been eating a few too many treats and we are working on getting him down to 40 pounds. It’s just so hard to resist that cute face when he asks for a cookie!
A video of Buster is available on YouTube: http://youtu.be/UK_S20v7L60
If you are interested in making Buster part of your family, email Warm Hearts Humane Society using the link found under “Contact Warm Hearts”.