Way to start out the week with another PAWSitive Ending story. I love this one because her family wrote it in her voice which is a fun twist. Congratulations to Leah and her wonderful new family!

“This is Leah. I was adopted on September 18th. My soon to be family, drove an hour to see me. They brought Honey along with them to meet me that day. She was adopted from NEW PAWSibilities in 2018.

Chance was there, that day, to help with the meet and greet of my possible new family. I was really shy at first and even when I first arrived at my new home, but Honey and the rest of the family really turned that around. They brought me out of my shell and I am learning a lot. I am really loving my new home and family! Thank you, Chance with your kind heart and patience and NEW PAWSibilities for bringing me up to WI to find my new family!”

Below was my bio and attached are some new photos.

She’s one of those full transport dogs who deserve the chance for a one on one. She is turning into a truly wonderful girl and we can’t wait for her to find her person. Come in and see if it’s you!

Leah
One look at those eyes and you’ll be hooked. She has a tiny bobbed tail and magnificent ears and touch of beige around her neck. Leah is truly a sweetheart pf an eight-month-old Hound/Mix. If you look up the word sweet in dictionary.com, you’ll see this pup’s beautiful face. From what we can tell during her time with us so far Leah is easy going with a laid-back disposition. Leah does well with other dogs and seems to enjoy people. Leah, like all puppies, will benefit from being with someone who understands the value of training because she’s highly trainable. One of her favorite activities is finding a sunny spot and watching the world go by. Thus far Leah has no placement restrictions and will do well in a variety of family restrictions. Leah is up to date on his vaccinations, is spayed and microchipped. If the idea of the perfect dog is a sweetheart of a girl who enjoys giving love and friendship, then you’ll want to come to visit Leah today.