Sorry for the delay in the updates!  All the dogs have been doing great though!
Marley – ADOPTED
Marley has been having so much fun. She loves, loves, loves camping and is very excited by all the gophers and fishing.  She loves to chase the lures.  LOL. Her foster mom has started biking with her and she is doing great with it.  She listens really well and stays nicely beside the bike.  She has spent quite a bit of time around young kids (3 and under) and has been very good with them.  She gets a little obsessed with cats, so unless you have one that enjoys being chased, she would probably be better in a cat free home.  She is great with other dogs and just loves to play.
Ellie has gone to a new foster home as her first one moved away (We miss you Kendra!) and Ellie settled in easily.  Her new foster home has a young child and Ellie is very patient, even when she is being sat on!  Whenever she has had enough, she just gets up and calmly walks away. She loves to people watch and will spend hours just sitting at the front window watching the world go by.  She also enjoys just hanging out in the car and going for rides.  With her new found health and energy she loves going for walks and playing tug in the backyard.
Lyla is doing fantastic and is such a loveable dog.  She is friendly to everyone and everything she meets.  She loves to play with other dogs and is especially happy if they join her in a game of chase. She also enjoys playing tug-o-war with other dogs or people.  She’s even managed to convince her foster cat sister to play with her.  She also does great with kids and seems to know not to jump up and to take treats very gently from them.  Once she is finally tired, she loves to cuddle.  This girl is sweet, sassy and very playful!  She is up for any adventure whenever you are.
I’ll let a few photos speak for how well Finn has been doing lately….
 >Long Overdue Updates
As you can see, he is doing great!

For more information on these dogs, please contact the Windy City Canine Rescue at info@windycityrescue.com or by calling 403-359-3139.

Our adoption fee allows us to provide the basics for the dogs in our care, but we are always encountering additional expenses (dental work, medicine for illnesses, etc.).  If you would like to help dogs like this one, but aren’t looking to adopt one at this time, please consider a donation.  Thank you.

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