I am very excited to introduce y’all to the lovely Kyla and Dylan! They are doing some fabulous stuff for rescue… Read on! Give ’em a high five! Head on over to Happy Tails Books and share your rescue story with them!
This is exciting- welcome guys!
What does the R.O.A.R. Squad stand for? Rescue Owners Are Rockin’ Check it out!
The Pets: Bill, 4 years (Boston Terrier puppy mill survivor), Tux & Chewie, both about 9 (adopted cats)
High Flyin’ Couple: I (Kyla) publish books about adopted dogs to raise money for animal rescue efforts. I also perform aerial fabric and high flying trapeze, and have just put together a performance incorporating my skills and information about puppy mills and dog rescue. My websites are Happy Tails Books and Up For Pups! My husband, Dylan, is an electrical engineer and private pilot, so he helps a lot with transporting foster dogs around to their new homes.
(Not So) Great Escape: My foster dog Bill was one of the worst disasters our rescue group had seen – a puppy mill breeder for two years put out to auction and left with terrible emotional scars. He was so scared of people that he managed to get out of my yard and hide in the woods for THREE WEEKS!
Making Up For Lost Time: When he was found, he was emaciated and even more terrified, with a wound so deep that you could see muscle. The shelter wasn’t sure if it would be more humane to put him out of his misery or to let me try and rehabilitate him, but luckily they choose the latter. For a month we went to the vet every day to change his bandages, and for three months he was too scared to move. Of course we adopted him, and I promised him at least 2 hours of fun outdoor activities every day to make up for the two years he spent in the puppy mill.
Whole Lot of Love: After a year he’s almost a “whole” dog. He still has his quirks, like “begging” to him is sitting on my foot and facing away from me! We hike, visit the dogpark, swim, and drive around together (he loves the car). He also loves other dogs, so we get him his own foster dog from MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue as often as possible. Sometimes he teaches them, and other times they teach him. Either way it’s always a good experience.
Rescue Org: MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue
Where: Boulder, CO
Want to meet another foster parent with MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue? Check out Sarah and her Boston Terrier, Zoe!
Join the R.O.A.R. Squad
Do you want to join the R.O.A.R. Squad? Our goal is to make having a rescue animal THE coolest thing around. Ya game? Perfect! We’d love to have you!
- Read more on how to become a R.O.A.R. Squad member
- Check out ALL of the R.O.A.R. Squadians (Squaders? Squadites…? Whatever.)
Send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you!