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April 26, 2014

Congratulations to Lily! She Found her Furever Home!

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Before

Lily went from a scared, belly-crawling girl to a confident model in one short week!

After!

We're going to miss Lily and her sweet little (yet big) personality! She brought us a lot of joy in a very short time. She loved to be near her people, even contorting herself just so she could rest her head on someone.

Meet Lily's new family!

I don't think I could have picked a sweeter family for Miss Lily! She loves kids and other small dogs! How cool is that? 

Congratulations to her new forever family. Lily isn't just another pretty face... she's smart and affectionate. She's got a lot of love to give in a tiny package!

We hope to foster another dog in need from Paws & Co. Adoptions soon! 

Priscilla on April 28 at 6:53 AM said:

What a heart warming story! Lily looks like she's found the perfect family! I have adopted two little chihuahua girls from different shelters in the past six months and they are so happy together. To watch them run and play with their toys is such a blessing. No more pleading eyes behind a caged wall. And Gracie and Willow love their clothes from Baxter Boo. Thank you, Baxter Boo for fostering homeless pets. If everyone would just take one rescue, the world would be a happier place. And please spay and neuter because fabulous, beautiful, (even purebred) animals are waiting to go home by the end of the day today. Go see. Go now. Get going!!! What are you waiting for???
BaxterBoo on April 28 at 2:02 PM said:

Perfectly said, Priscilla! Thanks for the compliments!

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