Rick has finally found true love. Again. This time, it took less than five seconds.
Introducing GINGER II, our newest Angel adoptee.
Thanks to Paula of Upscale Grooming in North Myrtle Beach, S.C., who called us to save this smart little beauty.
We had high hopes that her heart worm test would be negative. Our favorite veterinarian, Dr. Amanda of Grand Strand Animal Hospital, gave our sweetie pie all of her vaccinations and tests. The pack was delighted that she is the picture of health, fully housebroken, gregarious with all dogs and humans, and learns at the speed of light. It can only get better from here.
For new readers, the original Ginger left us last year, on New Year’s Day. A chocolate Lab, Ginger was by Rick’s side for 13 years as his personal service dog. She made countless visits to hospitals and nursing homes, bringing cheer with her brother Freddie, who is still soldiering on, despite a cancer diagnosis. We are thrilled to have such a worthy baby carry on Ginger’s name.
Little Ginger has already amassed a fan club, including one of our veterans who thinks he needs another service dog, in case his other one needs a break. Rotties have that effect on people. Ginger will surely bring joy and comfort to a disabled veteran.
If you’d like to sponsor some of her training, click on King, the Golden on the sidebar, or on the Donate button to go to our donations page. Checks may be sent to Canine Angels, 98 Shadow Moss Place, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582.
Thanks to all for the good wishes and support of our mission. We’re blessed to have you behind us.