I adopted Sophie (formally Jazzy) 4 months ago. She is such a sweet girl; when she gets excited she is in full body wiggle. When it’s time to go for a walk, she runs in circles at full speed. During our walks, Sophie likes to carry her pink stuffed bunny in her mouth. People driving in their cars pull over to see her, she is that cute! Sophie favors walking very fast, she holds me to a strict exercise regimen twice daily.
Originally from China, Sophie needed to be re-homed from her first placement due to the owner’s physical limitations. We still maintain our relationship with her prior mother, Pam, who is so awesome and visits us whenever possible. Sophie’s transition into my home was seamless; she is very loving and eager to please. Over the past month, I see that she has become much more close to me and initiates frequent belly rubs. I think she knows that she has found her forever home.
My name is Jasmine (#2976). I arrived from China on 4/11/18. I’m about six years old and am a petite Golden. I spent about three weeks with my foster dad and then was adopted by my mom. Mom will tell you more about that in a minute.
I am a love sponge! I love people, love to be petted, talked to, sung to, hugged. Mom says that I give all of the love I soak up right back. I’m a happy, curious young lady with a moderate energy level…unless I’m chasing squirrels or seagulls…then my energy level jumps way up. I love car rides, walks, hikes, beach adventures. I am not interested in playing in water, though my mom insists I’d love it if I’d try it out. I live with two cats and a dachshund mix. I’ve gotten along with my fur siblings from the beginning. I’ve had positive interactions with kids of all ages though I’m more drawn to kids over 10.
Mom here: Jasmine/Piper is a wonderful dog. She’s smart, loving and very tuned into me and to others. She loves to snuggle and hang out but is also independent – not a Velcro dog. I work full time and Jasmine has never had a problem being left alone. I do think she gets bored sometimes as I will occasionally come home to shoes and laundry strewn around the house. She doesn’t chew on said items, just scatters them around.