December 24, 2012
My husband and I have adopted three dogs over the past years from CPR. Each time, we drove from St. Louis, MO to South Carolina. Our first was Olivia, a Standard Poodle who was rescued from a puppy mill. I had the joy of watching her grow into a self-assured, happy member of the family. The second (Elsie) was a Standard Poodle puppy who was born at the shelter (Momma dog was pregnant when she arrived). Elsie was given the love, attention and training to make her a healthy, happy addition to our home. Our third, Anni, was a rescue from a hoarding or puppy mill situation. She was nursed back to health by Dreamweaver staff. We are privileged to have her in our home and be able to watch her as she grows more confident in herself and her role in our "pack." I have watched this organization grow and develop over the years. The staff and volunteers are exceptional. Each dog is evaluated, provided with necessary medical care, housed in appropriate quarters at Dreamweaver Farm, socialized, loved, and prepared for the time when they find their "forever home." I have the greatest admiration and respect for Donna Ezell and the staff (both paid and unpaid) who go so far beyond expectations to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home the furbabies who need their help so desperately. A first-class organization that deserves our support.
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