Dear Save A Dog, We’d love to share our dog’s success story.
We adopted “Betsy” from you on December 21, 2019. She was a 3-months old beagle-jack russel mix* (or so we thought). We changed her name to Yuki, which means “snow” in Japanese because we learned quickly that she loves running and jumping in the snow. She turned out to be wonderful “pandemic dog” (but that wasn’t intentional, of course) and we felt so lucky to lockdown with her and bring her on long walks in the woods near our house. She loves hiking and going on adventures. She’s an excellent travel dog, and even does very well in the car. She even took a 5-week road trip out west with us in the summer of 2021 and she loved sitting in the backseat with her two human brothers (Avi and Marcus), looking out the window. But she liked it even more when we got out to go on hikes and set up our campsite. She has “bagged” many peaks out east and in the Western US. She is a very playful dog and everyone she meets comments on how happy and friendly she is. She meets every dog (and human) with a wagging tail and smiling face. Yuki has made our family whole and we can’t have imagined the past two years without her. We are looking forward to many more years together. (* We did a doggie DNA test for her and learned that she’s about 50% Staffordshire Bull Terrier, 35% Parson Russel Terrier, and 15% Cocker Spaniel!!!)
The three attached photos show Yuki at home, Yuki at Bryce Canyon national park in Utah, and Yuki celebrating New Years Eve.
Thanks for all you do.
Yuki and the Weinstein-Myers Family