MUTT HEADS AMBASSADOR CREW
Our Fur Family
Buddha was our first baby. He joined our family in August 2013 at approximately 3 years old. He spent his first few years of life as a street dog on a beach in Phuket, Thailand. He is about 40 lbs. and is a Southeast Asian Village Dog. We adopted Buddha through Pawisitive Match and Soi Dog.
Peggy joined our family in July 2020 at approximately 8 months of age. She originally came to us as a foster with medical issues and needed a pretty specific home. We knew she would thrive with us - so she stayed! Peggy is about 75 pounds and is a Great Pyr Maremma mixed breed. We adopted Peggy through Second Chance Animal Rescue Society (SCARS).
IN LOVING MEMORY
Lady Patricia was about 70 lbs. and was an Old English Sheepdog/Great Pyrenees mix. She joined our family in March 2018 as a senior dog.
She originally came to us as a foster dog after she was seized from a property as she was severely neglected. Her coat was completely compressed matting and came off as a pelt. She was unable to sit or lay down. She had numerous medical issues and didn't have much time left. We loved Lady and it wasn't fair for her to be bounced around - we wanted to be her final home. Lady spent 6 months with us. We said goodbye to her in September 2018.
We adopted Lady through Second Chance Animal Rescue Society (SCARS).
Kramer was about 20 lbs. and was a Cocker Spaniel/Poodle mix. He wasn't technically our dog, he was Cassie's long time family dog. He was made part of Cassie's family in January 2002 as a 4 month old puppy.
Kramer was with us for a lot of the milestones throughout our relationship and was part of our family. Kramer lived to be 18 years old. We said goodbye to him in September 2019.
Hobbs was about 65 lbs. and was an German Shepherd/Pomeranian/Terrier mix. He joined our family in June 2019 as a senior dog.
Hobbs came to us as a permanent foster. Hobbs was immediately part of the crew and our family. Hobbs was abandoned in a community and needed extensive medical care. Hobbs was only expected to have 3-6 months, but he ended up surpassing everyone's expectations and spending 18 months with us. We said goodbye to him in December 2020.
We permanently fostered Hobbs though Second Chance Animal Rescue Society (SCARS).
Phil was about 10 lbs. and was a domestic short hair tuxedo. He joined our family in March 2014 at about 2 years old.
Phil originally came to us as a foster kitty with an infected bite wound on his skull. It was nasty looking but it cleared up pretty quickly. Upon further testing we found out that he was FIV+. We made Phil part of our family and he lived with for almost 8 years. We said goodbye to him in January 2022.
We adopted Phil through Second Chance Animal Rescue Society (SCARS).
Hank was about 110 lbs. and was a Great Pyrenees/Malamute mix. He joined our family in October 2018 at about 5 years old.
He originally came to us as a foster dog as no one in his rural community wanted him. He then met us and we couldn't let him go! Hank was diagnosed with an aggressive cancer in January 2023. We said goodbye to Hank in February 2023.
We adopted Hank through Second Chance Animal Rescue Society (SCARS).