We have taken in a few more that are new to the web site. We just got four from the same shelter-- the owner was going to be taken to court if he did not relinquish them to the shelter. We were called to help-- and they are so sweet! Here's a video of Ty, Katie, Sugar, and Caleb. Check out their bios on our web site. Click here: YouTube - 100_5092.MOV They are a sweet group and I hate to separate them. Maybe someone will want to adopt a pair. I can always hope! (If you want to foster one, let me know-- I need foster homes!)
Please check out our web site. Click here: Potomac Valley Pekingese Club - Home We have a new Valentine's home page, which is great! Jeanne and her friend Larry do the web site now and are incredible. We also have a link on Karanda dog beds-- many shelters use these now because they are comfortable for the dogs to rest on, and we hope to get some for our foster dogs. Check out the Success stories and Adopted Pekes-- it's constantly being updated. There is also a "Must Love Pekes" blog, Click here: Must Love Pekes . Please share your pictures and stories for this site. Just email: Linda at email@example.com. (If you're reading this on the blog, you KNOW about the blog!)
Thank you to all of you who have donated to help our efforts to save these precious Pekes. It is a continual challenge to have enough funds to pay for the medical needs of our fosters. Because of you, we have been able to continue our efforts to help these homeless little Pekes. Every donation, large or small, makes a huge difference. One friend in rescue said their friends give donations to PVPC instead of giving gifts at Christmas, birthdays. Here's what she said, " The perfect gift for dog people....a donation to help dogs...so much more meaningful than store bought stuff."
Keep your eye on the web site-- we're planning a Spring Garden tour/party at Jeanne's house in Richmond. Jeanne is a master gardener, and her garden has been on the blog. We're also planning a big yard sale at Jeanne's, so if you have things you want to donate, let us know.
Linda Maxwell Rescue Director
Jeanne Reeves Assistant Rescue Director
"Saving one pet does not change the world, but it changes the world for that one pet."