I am very pleased to introduce you to our latest R.O.A.R. Squad member: Army Officer Angie Chamorro and her dogs Snoopy and Rummer from North Carolina!
Angie has a great blog with a very fetching design (killing myself laughing over here, you’ll get it when you see the name of her blog)- read more about this great family after the jump (make sure you scroll to the very bottom of the post to see all the photos)!
If you would like to be profiled in the R.O.A.R. Squad (Rescue Owners Are Rockin!) all the info you need to do so is HERE. A special shout out to fabulous folks in Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Dakota, Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island– we need you!
Gorgeous Pups: Snoopy (Cocker Spaniel, 13 yrs. old) and Rummer (Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier, 9 yrs. old)
Tausend Dank! I was stationed in Germany when I adopted Snoopy in 2002 from the Vet Clinic on base. Snoopy was the first one I saw, and I fell in love immediately. I am Snoopy’s third owner, and he is stuck with me. He has endured abused from his first owners that have resulted in a few medical issues but he has not let that deter his fun loving nature.
And a Thousand Times Beautiful: Snoopy can fall asleep in 2.2 seconds, and he falls asleep ANYWHERE. Because he has facial paralysis his tongue sometimes sticks out and he won’t notice until I pull lightly on it. He also snores like an old man. He is like Hoover (the vacuum); if food falls on the floor, he is there to pick it up.
Love at First Lick: I adopted Rummer in 2004 from the Augusta Regional SPCA. Can you believe that Rummer’s previous owners tied her up to the train tracks and left her there to get hit by the train? I did not go looking for Rummer (formerly known as Betty) when I visited the shelter, but when I went home her cute face kept coming to my mind. She was in an awful shape: malnourished, filthy, flea-infested, and so shy, that she would not even come to me when I called her. When the SPCA lady brought her out, she was so nervous that she would flinch when I tried to touch her. I almost left without her but suddenly she jumped on my lap and licking my face. I was in love!
Bad Boys, Bad Boys. Whatcha Gonna Do? Rummer has a fondness for Chinese food, as I found out when I first adopted her. She is a true Wheaten, and her Wheaten Greeting is something that not even the best training has managed to get rid of. Rummer has an aversion to cops. She sees a cop and she starts growling with the funniest growl that goes up and down as if she was talking. She does this only with cops.
Where: North Carolina
Want to meet some more fantastic rescue owners from North Carolina? Check out Julie and Scott and their dog, Cuda!
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!
Send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you!
We are well on our way to reaching our goal of finding at least one rescue owner from every state in the U.S. and at least one rescue owner from every province and territory in Canada by April 2011. WE NEED YOUR HELP!
We’re looking for rescue dogs, cats, rabbits, parrots… donkeys… snakes… we’re not biased around here. We just want rescues who have found fabulous homes! Check out all the R.O.A.R. Squad members HERE.
- New Brunswick
- Newfoundland- need asap!
- Prince Edward Island- need asap!
- Kentucky- need asap!
- Louisiana- need asap!
- Mississippi- need asap!
- North Dakota- need asap!
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- From somewhere else? Lemme know!
If your state/province/territory isn’t on this list, THAT’S OKAY! We still need you to join! Just keep your eyes and ears out for rescue owners from these places for me, k? Thanks!
I look forward to hearing from you!