Dill was my very first Saturday's dog almost one year ago.
Sadly, she is still in foster care and available for adoption. I'm going to let her foster mom speak to what a good dog she is and what a loving companion she would be for the right family:
"Dill is a sweetie and very affectionate dog with a waggly tail...
She’s great with kids and other dogs. No cats, she is just too interested in them. She is a great companion dog; she makes no demands on anyone, loves everybody and loves attention but isn't pushy about it.
Dill is ready to be your walking partner, encouraging you to share fresh air and exercise with her. She can be your couch partner, waiting to cuddle with you and watch an old movie...
It takes a special person to adopt a dog already in the twilight of her years. When we open our hearts to an old dog in need with lumps, bumps and graying muzzles, we know that our time together will be all the more precious.
Are you that special person? The rewards of loving a senior are great indeed. She will give back tenfold."
Because North East All Retriever Rescue requires a home visit before placing a dog, she is available for adoption only in the New England area. She does however, qualify for their "Foster-to-Adopt" program. You can read all about her and learn more about NEARR's adoption policies on the website.
In the meantime, would you please tweet her story and let people know she's still looking for a home of her very own? You can do so here or from her profile on the web site. Thanks.