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Friday, November 28, 2014

Update on Agustin! 11/28/2014

 An email sent to us recently

Gus our new pup. They did have to amputate his leg.  Not only was it completely separated at the knee, the bone was broken and infected from bebe pellets.  Once the bone is infected there's not much they can do.  Then they found his right hip is dislocated.  So another procedure to go through! Poor guy. But notice the tail never stops wagging!!

For those who don't know, he was found in the streets of Puerto Rico by a rescue group, where he'd been abused and shot with bebes.  I felt he deserved an awesome home and I know that's exactly what we'll give him!! He was flown to the U.S. last week and is with a rescue group just outside of Philadelphia until he's well enough to come to Clarence.

Agustin fue operado en los Estados Unidos, lamentablemente perdio su pata, encrontraron bolines, en sus huesos, o sea que mientras estaba en las calles de nuestro pais, alguien le disparo con una pistola de pelletes lo que causa que sus huesos se infectaran, tambien su cadera esta dislocada, y por esto pasara por otro proceso. Aunque perdio su patita su nuevo amo, nos indiga que se ve bien y moviendo su rabito.


Monday, November 24, 2014

Update on Chloe adopted on 2008

From our sato mail!
Laurie and I wanted to update you on the voyages of Chloe, our adorable Sato who we adopted from the Northeast Animal Shelter, MA six years ago. After enriching our lives in suburban New York she has recently embarked on a new adventure as we have all moved to Hong Kong for several years. After a bit of jetlag she now loves accompanying us on long hikes across the many beautiful trails here and in The New Territories. She has also learned to swim and she is slowly learning to speak to all the Chinese dogs she plays with on the beach.
Peter Ling


Saturday, November 22, 2014

A Happy ending for Valentine! (now Eli)

From our sato mail!

Dear Save a Sato,
I adopted Eli (formerly know as Valentine) 6 months ago at the Northeast Animal Shelter in Salem, MA. It was the day before Mother's Day. And Eli recently had his first birthday. I can't remember a time without him!
Eli is the best dog! He is such a love! (Maybe that's why you named him Valentine!) He is so excited when I get home every day. It makes me feel so good.
Eli spent a lot of time at Humarock Beach this past Summer. We are blessed to have a beach house there. He loves to run on the beach with his dog sister, Sara. And Eli learned how to swim at the end of the Summer, once the water warmed up.
Another favorite activity is the long walks we take in the woods nearby our home. We are looking forward to taking him on backpacking trips in New Hampshire.

Carol Anne