We adopted our dog, Annie, from FOHA. She is the best dog ever! The process of adoption was seamless. We appreciated that they did a home check. It showed me they care about the dogs they place. I wouldn't hesitate to adopt from them again.
one night, my husband and I were sitting around, watching tv, and I was checking my email. I was on several rescue email lists, as we had been considering adopting a dog for quite some time. I opened an email and there was a picture of the most beautiful puppy I'd ever seen. She was one of a four puppy litter from Illinois looking for new homes. Exactly 8 days later, we drove to New Hampshire and picked up "Bunny" -- promptly renamed Zoe. She is an absolutely perfect dog. Now 3 years old, she has an amazing temperament, loves to snuggle, and is still just as beautiful. We feel so lucky to have found her and cannot thank FOHA enough for bringing her into our lives.
Around the hoildays my family and I were looking for a new dog. My husband wanted a Boston terrier. We looked online and found this great group. They had two litters of puppies . We filled out an app and heard that a puppy was ours. We were so happy. Then we heard there was a mix up and our puppy was already promised to someone else. They made it right and got us a puppy for the other litter. She was just what my husband wanted. She has the markings of a boston but looks like a chihuahua. We love her and she is a great fit in our family. I thank Cathie McGiness for fighting to make sure we got her. Everyone we dealt with was great and would adopt from them again. Holly aka pixie has come a long way. She is now 18lbs and loves to play with her doggy brother Chance who is a Boxer . She also enjoys her kids. Thank you so much for helping grow our family.
When I lost my senior do at 16yrs old, I thought I never would find another dog. The pain is so great.
When I found Friends of Homeless Animals, I knew I would be hooked. I had always wanted to have a Boston Terrier and I found mine by the name of Pumba.
Pumba was a failed adoption, they brought him back saying he had seizures. Ever since I've had Pumba, he's never had a seizure. He is such a loving and nurturing dog.
Friends of Homeless Animals made it so simple to go through the adoption process. They not only handled the adoption but also offered support after the adoption.
I've made some great friends and hope to adopt again!
When our beloved boston terrier passed away we wanted to do something good in her memory and decided to adopt a rescue boston. We saw a picture of a mid age adult that had been in foster care for quite a while. We were attracted to her so we read her bio and wondered why no one had adopted her. Knowing that we definately wanted to adopt a dog and if this one turned out not to be suitable to our needs and home situation FOHA would work with us to find another we took the chance and sent in our application and deposit. It was definately the best thing we did. I found the organization to be well run, genuinely caring in their mission and extremely honest. They disclosed everything they knew and observed with regard to the dog's health, habits and temperment. There is no profit motive here like in a pet store. These people just want to place the right dog in the right home. They are all volunteers and give so much of themselves. All of the adoption fees and donations go right back into the organization for veterinary and other animal expenses. To make a long story short we got the perfect dog for us and couldn't be happier.
I adopted my first Boston terrier 10 years ago through FOHA, and when it came time for me to contribute my own resources to a rescue organization, I did not hesitate to contact FOHA. This is an organization of truly caring individuals, where the animals come first. I have fostered two dogs and helped transport one, I have also conducted home visits, and I have had nothing but excellent experiences. A truly worthy organization.
I am both a client served and a volunteer. I joined foha because I wanted to find a playmate for my own dog, Molly. We started fostering to find her friend and to help other dogs in the process. It seemed like a win-win for all. We ended up adopting a 6year old Boston Terrier, Quince. They love each other. It was a wonderful experience for us. In turn, we have adopted out another loving Boston form someone who had to give him up to another couple who had just lost one of theirs. I am currently fostering Penny, an 11yo Boston and Benji a 1yo Chi-Hound. This is a wonderful group that I am lucky enough to respresent. Everyone is helpful, knowledgable, and willing to give their all for each and every one of these dogs. It is very rare that a dog will ever be turned away. Most are saved at death's door and then welcomed into the arms of love at their forever homes. There is truly no better feeling.
I did a lot of research before deciding to adopt. Friends of Homeless animals was my choice of organization to adopt through and I couldnt be happier with my decision. In 2008, I adopted Meris, a sweet little Chihuahua. The rescue group is kind, helpful and very much like a loving family when it comes to the rescue and adoption process. In 2009, I adopted Daphne, an adorable little rat terrier. I talked in great detail with the foster moms of both these dogs before adopting them. Both foster moms were very honest, completely helpful with telling me everything and anything they knew about the dog, which allowed me to make my decision. Adopting these 2 great dogs was the best decision I could have every made. This is a wonderful rescue group. I recommend them to all my friends who are looking to adopt. I will definately count on them, in the future if I am looking to adopt again.
Jackie Bigelow, Providence, RI