HAPPY TAILS

At United Yorkie Rescue we are blessed with an extraordinary success rate in finding forever homes for our rescued foster dogs. To share this joy we’ve created this “Happy Tails” page. Happy Tails is devoted to the celebration of these wonderful stories with everyone who loves dogs. We hope that you enjoy these "Tails" as much as we have. Thank you!!

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Headed Home
Lance

Happily Ever After

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Angel and her new mom. Happy days.
Angel

05/18/2019: Little Angel was previously surrendered to UYR because her owner had some serious health set-backs and could no longer care for Angel. She is a sweet little girlie who is healthy and happy, although she needed some reinforcement on house-training and some resource guarding behavior. She did so well in her foster home and even though she had gone through quite a few losses in the past six months in her former home, she adapted quite well and learned that she did not need to guard her person - that she only needed to learn to be cherished and loved as a companion dog. Her foster parents were so proud of her accomplishments during her fostering period.

Angel's adopter works from home and has experience with dogs that need to be reminded that they do not always have to be anxious and on-guard with their human family. She will get all the attention she wants and now has a little tiny senior poodle companion named Tinkerbell to keep her company. Angel will enjoy having her mom home most of the time, and will also enjoy going on outings with her, including yoga and dance classes. Angel's foster parents will miss her so much, but know that the perfect home was found for her so that she can continue to be a little Princess who is so loved. Have a happy life Angel!

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Zoey and new mom
Zoey

Zoey is adopted!

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I have the best new family. I love them so much.
Dolly

5-9-18 Dolly was adopted today! It was a miracle. From one of the worst puppy mills in the United States to a forever home, can anything be better? Dolly was one of the 20 dogs United Yorkie Rescue rescued from that awful, horrible puppy mill in Georgia. She came into her foster home never having known life outside of a dirty wire crate, She didn’t know a human touch or the love for and by a human. She had no idea what grass was nor life outside of the warehouse where her crate was stacked one on top of another and another.

Dolly, who is a miniature Schnauzer mix thrived in her foster home. She learned how to eat and drink from a bowl. She began to allow her Foster Mom to pick her up. And then her tail began to wag and it never stopped, it wagged all the time. Dolly learned about going outside to do her business. She learned that being outside in the yard was a great place to be. She and her foster brother would lie on the grass and soak up the sun. Dolly discovered toys and how much fun they are to play with. Mostly Dolly learned that people can be kind and loving and that she can trust them.

Today Dolly became somebody’s baby for the first time in her life. She has a wonderful new family and and will be the center of their world. Dolly will never be alone again. She even has a fur sister who is just her size. They are already liking each other and hanging out together. They have a house full of toys and doggie beds. She has a nice yard with a fence, which is perfect for Dolly and her fur sister to walk around in and lie down in the grass and enjoy the warm sun. Dolly will enjoy her new life so much. She now has a life full of love and happiness. Hooray for Dolly. We are so happy for you.

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Marlee and her new mom and her fur brother Webster
Marlee

5-8-19 Marlee got adopted today! It was a miracle. From one of the worst puppy mills in the United States to a forever home, can anything be better? Marlee was one of the 20 dogs United Yorkie Rescue rescued from that awful, horrible puppy mill in Georgia. She came into her foster home never having known life outside of a dirty wire crate, She didn’t know a human touch or the love for and by a human. She had no idea what grass was nor life outside of the warehouse where her crate was stacked one on top of another and another.

Marlee, who we think is a little Yorkie/Poo thrived in her foster home. She learned how to eat and drink from a bowl. She began to allow her Foster Mom to pick her up. And then her tail began to wag and it never stopped, it wagged all the time. Marlee learned about going outside to do her business. She learned that being outside in the yard was a great place to run around and have fun in and just how nice it was to lie on the grass and soak up the sun. Marlee discovered toys and how much fun they are to play with. Mostly Marlee learned that people can be kind and loving and that she can trust them.

Today, at 4 years old, Marlee became somebody’s baby for the first time in her life. She has a stay at home mom and dad and and will be the center of their world. Marlee will never be alone again. She even has a fur brother, Webster, who was also adopted from United Yorkie Rescue. They are already playing together. They have a house full of toys and doggie beds. She has a nice yard with a fence, which is perfect for a young pup and her fur brother to run around in and play chase the doggie. She now has a life full of love and happiness. Hooray for Marlee. We are so happy for you.

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I have my forever home. I am so happy.
Goldie

5-6-19 Gorgeous Goldie got adopted today. It is a miracle. From one of the worst puppy mills in the United States to a forever home, can anything be better? Goldie was one of the 20 dogs United Yorkie Rescue rescued from that awful, horrible puppy mill in Georgia. She came into her foster home never having known life outside of a dirty wire crate, She didn’t know a human touch or the love for and by a human. She had no idea what grass was nor life outside of the warehouse where her crate was stacked one on top of another and another.

Goldie thrived in her foster home. She learned how to eat and drink from a bowl. She began to allow her Foster Mom to pick her up. And then her tail began to wag and it never stopped, it wagged all the time. Goldie learned about going outside to do her business. She learned that being outside in the yard was a great place to run around and have fun in and just how nice it was to lie on the grass and soak up the sun. Goldie discovered toys and how much fun they are to play with. Mostly Goldie learned that people can be kind and loving and that she can trust them.

Today, at 3 years old, Goldie became somebody’s baby for the first time in her life. She has a stay at home mom and and will be the center of their world. Goldie will never be alone. She will be taken on long walks and have a house full of toys and love. She has a nice yard with a fence, which is perfect for a young pup who loves to run. She is so happy and so loved. Hooray, Goldie. We are so happy for you.

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Shakespeare
Shakespeare

5/5/19 Shakespeare found his Happy Furever Home today and will be the center of his new mom's world.

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Max

Happily Ever After

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Precious Calla

Happily Ever After

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Baxter (Sirius)

Happily Ever After

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Maxy and new family
Maxy

Finally found my forever home

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Sprinkles and new mom
Sprinkles

4/22/19 Sprinkles found her happy forever home today! You kiss them goodbye and you give them to a smiling heart! Sweet Sprinkles, now Lily, what a beautiful life you will have with your new mommy and daddy. Love has come your way, and you will be giving love to others. Thank you Kelsey and Josh for choosing her!

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I love my new mom and dad
Beau Dacious

4/20/19 Beau Dacious was adopted today. This sweet, adorable, and energetic puppy was adopted today. He has the home he always needed and wanted. He will have him new mom and dad home a lot of the time, he has a human brother to play with and a great fenced yard just perfect for a happy, active puppy. His new family will make sure Beau get all the exercise he needs, time to play with other active dogs, and lots and lots of love and care and kisses and more kisses every day.

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My new mom and dad really love me
Zayda

4-17-19 Lovely Zayda was adopted today. Zayda went to her forever home today. This sweet girl who is full of energy found her perfect mom and dad. There will be someone home with her almost all the time ready to play with her. She has a little fur brother and a really nice fenced yard. Zayda will be so happy being able to run and run in her new yard. She is such a high energy little girl and now she has a yard, toys, and a wonderful new mom and dad. Zayda found her best happily ever after and will be living her best ever life.

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Hooray for me. I have a forever home.
Roxie

4-14-19 Roxie got adopted today! It was a miracle. From one of the worst puppy mills in the United States to a forever home. Can anything be better? Roxie was one of the 20 dogs United Yorkie Rescue rescued from that awful, horrible puppy mill in Georgia. She came into her foster home never having known life outside of a dirty wire crate, She didn’t know a human touch or the love for and by a human. She had no idea what grass was nor life outside of the warehouse where her crate was stacked one on top of another and another.

Roxie thrived in her foster home. She learned how to eat and drink from a bowl. She began to allow her Foster Mom to pick her up. And then her tail began to wag and it never stopped, it wagged all the time. Roxie learned about going outside to do her business. She learned that being outside in the yard was a great place to run around and have fun in and just how nice it was to lay on the grass and soak up the sun. Roxie discovered toys and how much fun they are to play with. Mostly Roxie learned that people can be kind and loving and that she can trust them.

Today, at 5 years old, Roxie became somebody’s baby for the first time in her life. She has a stay at home mom and a little fur sister. Roxie will never be alone. She will be taken on long walks and have a house full of toys and love. She is so happy and so loved. Hooray, Roxie. We are so happy for you.

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Portia

4/13/19 Today Portia found her happy forever home!

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TN Dolly

4/8/19 Hooray! TN Dolly has found her perfect forever home.

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Sammy and Georgie with their adoptive family

I am so happy with my new adoptive family.
Sammy

HAPPY TAILS BIO 04/08/2019: Sammy, along with his little buddy Georgie, were adopted into the same foster home today – hooray! These boys who came from the same puppy mill had never met prior to being placed in the same foster home. Although Sammy is 5 years old, he instantly bonded to 8 month old puppy Georgie and Georgie looked up to Sammy for comfort and security.

Sammy’s life was so terribly sad in the puppy mill where he was born into and lived his entire life in a cage making beautiful little yorkie puppies. But UYR wanted to make sure that never happened. He adapted quickly in his foster home, becoming brave and confident and playful, and will now only know kind and loving words and lots of love in his new furever home.

His adoptive family loved him and Georgie before they even met them and knew that these boys were destined to be part of their family. They will have a couple of larger dogs for companions and to show them the ropes of being a member of a loving pack, as well as several kitty cats to play with as well. Although Sammy and Georgie had never seen a kitty cat, they didn’t react at all, probably thinking the cats were odd-looking and smelling doggies like them! Have a Happy Life Sweet Sammy – your foster family will never ever forget you!

04/13/2019: Here’s an update from Sammy & Georgie’s Foster Mom: “We are just having a blast with our two new additions Sammy (renamed Ollie since there was a kitty cat in the home already named Sammy) & Georgie. Both are adjusting well and much better than I expected. They love their play place and sleep comfortably in it every night, until about 4 AM which seems to be the time that they want to wake up and play. House training is going pretty well, only a couple of accidents. They get to go outside and play every two hours and they seem to love the big yard. We have only taken them on a couple of walks this week. One walk only lasted to the end of the driveway. The next walk lasted about three or four houses down. So, that’s progress. They are very affectionate and love to cuddle with us. When they are not in our laps, they are following us around the house. It’s so cute. They had their first bath yesterday. Georgie fought it but he was so happy to be clean and fresh that he ran around about 100 miles an hour in excitement. These two are absolutely precious. We are all completely in love with them! Thanks for all you did to save these babies and deliver them to our family. We are so grateful!”

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Georgie and Sammy adopted together

I am so happy to be in my adoptive home
Georgie

HAPPY TAILS BIO 04/08/2019: Georgie, along with his buddy Sammy, were adopted into the same foster home today – hooray! These boys who came from the same puppy mill had never met prior to being placed in the same foster home. Although Georgie was only a puppy @ 8 months old, he instantly bonded to Sammy who is 5 years old and followed him everywhere and did everything Sammy did.

Georgie’s life was so terribly sad in the puppy mill where he was born into and was being raised to likely live his entire life in a cage making beautiful little maltese puppies. But UYR wanted to make sure that never happened. He slowly became less fearful in his foster home, although it will take a longer while for him to completely trust people again. He is a playful and happy little puppy who will now only know kind and loving words and lots of love in his new furever home.

His adoptive family loved him and Sammy before they even met them and knew that these boys were destined to be part of their family. They will have a couple of larger dogs for companions and to show them the ropes of being a member of a loving pack, as well as several kitty cats to play with as well. Although Georgie and Sammy had never seen a kitty cat, they didn’t react at all, probably thinking the cats were odd-looking and smelling doggies like them! Have a Happy Life, Little Georgie – your foster family will never ever forget you!

04/13/2019: Here’s an update from Sammy & Georgie’s Foster Mom: “We are just having a blast with our two new additions Sammy (renamed Ollie since there was a kitty cat in the home already named Sammy) & Georgie. Both are adjusting well and much better than I expected. They love their play place and sleep comfortably in it every night, until about 4 AM which seems to be the time that they want to wake up and play. House training is going pretty well, only a couple of accidents. They get to go outside and play every two hours and they seem to love the big yard. We have only taken them on a couple of walks this week. One walk only lasted to the end of the driveway. The next walk lasted about three or four houses down. So, that’s progress. They are very affectionate and love to cuddle with us. When they are not in our laps, they are following us around the house. It’s so cute. They had their first bath yesterday. Georgie fought it but he was so happy to be clean and fresh that he ran around about 100 miles an hour in excitement. These two are absolutely precious. We are all completely in love with them! Thanks for all you did to save these babies and deliver them to our family. We are so grateful!”

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Cash and new family
Cash

4/6/19: Cash found his happy Forever Home today with two new parents who will dote on him. They flew from the Midwest to pick him up and he will have an amazing new life.

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