Callie – The Go! Go! Go! Border Collie

This is our girl Callie. Callie Baseball GameShe just turned 10 months old last week. For such a young girl, she’s had some ups and downs. She was adopted by an elderly couple as a pup, only to be returned when they realized she was too much for them. She’s definitely a ball of energy! Must get that from the border collie side. My boyfriend and I adopted Callie when she was just under 4 months old. The first month was pretty rough I’ll admit. While we loved her cuddly side, Callie was pretty sassy. She would back talk if scolded and we went through one heck of a chewing phase while she was getting her grown up teeth. (There’s a hole in our flooring to prove it!) She’s grown into quite a little lady. She still loves snuggles and she’s finally found her place in the pack.

Callie loves going on adventures now. She likes to hike, kayak, play fetch in the dog park, herd Mom and Dad, and jump all over new dog and people she meets. She makes new friends wherever she goes.Callie Kayak

She especially loves kids, probably because they’re just as noisy and wiggly as she is. She has an elderly kitty sister named Halfmoon that begrudgingly tolerates her presence. Sometimes they can even be caught cuddling if Callie is worn out enough. This go go go girl has really blessed our lives.Callie and Cat


Tucker – Tails and Trails Class of 2014

TuckerMy name is Pam and I adopted Tucker from Tails and Trails on November 16, 2014. I had lost my beloved basset, Wrigley, on July 23, 2014.  I really wasn’t looking for a new dog at the time, but I met Tucker at the Pet Expo in Indianapolis. I just couldn’t get him out of my mind. After pestering Tails and Trails for a few days, my adoption application was approved for Tucker and as they say, the rest is history. I am so thankful that I was allowed to make him a part of my family. He is well taken care of and is loved.   He has been good for me and I believe I have been good for him too!!Tucker and Pam


Introducing Rocket! Tails and Trails Class of 2014

Rocket setting an example to be a good volunteer!

Rocket setting an example to be a good volunteer!

Hi There! You might remember me. My name is Rocket and this is my best friend Diana! She adopted me back in October of 2014 at the Mega Adoption Event at the State Fairgrounds. I was surrendered twice…Now I realize it was so I would meet Diana.

She took the time to love me and train me and she lets me sleep in the bed! Oh, and she knows how to calm me down when I do my “crazy dog” run. I get to ride in the Jeep with her and they give me dog biscuits at the bank!

You might also remember I am a blood donor. We make a monthly trip to the Southside so I can help other dogs! She tells me every day how lucky she is to have found me… I know I’m such a lucky dog to have found my forever home!

Thank you for bringing us together!  Rocket
Diana and Rocket - Best Friends Furever