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We had many applicants to adopt Buckeye and many donations that helped to cover his care.
Then Rosi, from Tarheel Weimaraner Rescue, called me and told me about Eddie. Eddie was found in a crate in a barn, was on medication for worms and was 10 lbs underweight. Eddie was such a sweet, loyal and gentile dog and yet so active and energetic. He loved to hike the mountain trails or do our 2-3 mile walk from the house. When we lost Eddie to heart failure, it felt like our hearts were broken into a million pieces. He gave us his all even up until the very last minute.
The original owner and adopter saw a vet with Buckeye but decided they needed more help and a second opinion. The wonderful vet overseeing his care immediately went to work.
The staff at Triad Animal Hospital nurses this guy back to a pain-free and busy lifestyle.
Lucky for these two, they were surrendered together and were able to come right into doggy daycare for their boarding.
Zoey and Storm waited for SIX MONTHS to meet their new family, but it was worth the wait!
Zoey and Storm are now adopted and have been in their new home for two months while their staff at the Dog Club of Wilmington grew close to them and miss them everyday, these two are having the time of their lives! Trips to the park, celebrity doppelgänger completions, and loving on their new humans, short and small.