Our Time

January 29th, 2017 to September 5th, 2017

Buster is an english bulldog with spina bifida and joined our family August 6th, 2017.  Buster is the life of the party, a champion snorer and full of puppy power!!  Most dogs born with spina bifida are automatically euthanized.  Thankfully through awareness that is changing. Buster and so many others with this disease prove every day that every life matters and every life deserves a chance. Buster is Peanuts soulmate and truly a blessing. 

Having a genetic predisposition, he recently underwent  his third patellar luxation surgery.   He faces his challenges head on with a fighting spirit .

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Rescue to safety, rehabilitate to their forever home; 'till all are healed.

Peanut was our hospice foster on April 26th, 2016 and suffered from severe medical neglect.  She was surrendered by her owner covered in tumors and lesions, the largest of which was softball sized, so large it dragged the ground.  The shelter performed a botched surgery that led to severe complications.  The shelter had no treatment plan.  May 1st, 2016 we adopted her and aggressively attacked her medical situation. Diagnosed  with dermal hemangiosarcoma she underwent surgeries to remove her remaining cancerous tumors and chemotherapy.  Summer 2017 she underwent extensive spine surgery and her zest for life is stronger then ever. Fall 2017, a year post chemo she has been declared cancer free and to live a normal dog life.   Labelled a hospice case, she has shown us the importance of never giving up .


                             Forever Home

         March 12th, 2017- June 27th, 2017

We adopted Tamah on December 31st, 2011.  Having come from a police seizure she had been horribly abused, with a broken femur and restriction of her mouth that resulted in severe damage to her teeth and gums.  She came to us late in life and has opened our eyes not only to the needs of the abused but the challenges of senior dogs.  She has undergone multiple procedures including stem cell therapy, spinal surgery and acupuncture in attempts to maintain her mobility.  Now disabled she is a loveable teddy bear, always up for a snuggle and a pet!

We adopted Max on January 29th, 2017.  He was surrendered to the shelter at the age of 13.  He was a sweet and well behaved little boy, who loved his chew bone and warm bed.  He represented the plight of the senior dog, surrendered to shelters due to age or sickness.  After years of being in a family these dogs find themselves in shelters wondering, “what did I do wrong.”

On September 5th 2017, at the age of 14 Max passed surrounded by love and compassion.  Max is a testament to the love and joy of adopting a senior dog, no matter how long or short their time.  He was the sweetest little boy, so kind and gentle.  It was an honor having him be a part of our family. 

Adopting a senior gives a second chance at life.  Seniors come with years of experience and require nothing more than the simple pleasures of life.  With so much love to give, there is great privilege and honor in being there for their golden years. 


February 28th 2006- June 10th 2017

Tali was found tied up in a drug house without food and water.   She overcame numerous obstacles and challenges becoming a gentle and well-adjusted dog that was great with children.

Having ov
ercome nerve sheath tumors, she was diagnosed in January of 2017 with osteo hemangiosarcoma.  She underwent amputation, 6 rounds of doxorubicin chemotherapy, metronomic chemotherapy and a splenectomy.  The biopsy of her spleen revealed the presence of osteosarcoma. Tali succumbed to cancer on June 10, 2017 surrounded by love in our home.

We can't imagine life without you Tali Girl you were the best dog, our inspiration and motivation; truly in a class by yourself.  You brought us so much joy and happiness, a lifetime full of memories and a friend to everyone you met.  We know that your spirit and impact will continue on through your foundation. Thank you for giving us our life’s purpose. We love you Tali, we hope to always make you proud. 


Booboo Foundation is named after our first rescue Tali (nickname booboo), and was created in honor of our rescue pups Tali, Tamah and Peanut.  Through their care and rehabilitation we realized that there is a need to help groups and shelters fund programs dedicated to the needs of often overlooked senior, abused or neglected dogs.

Our pack is our inspiration to enable groups with programs that benefit senior, abused or neglected dogs continue to do their good work.  We have personally been in the trenches; taking in those with the most need to spare much needed funds for others.  We are forever grateful to those of you at ground zero, rescuing theses precious animals from horrible situations and carrying them on to their forever home.  We would not have our own precious pack without the efforts of those like you from the start.  It really does all start with you.

Tuffy was a senior with a heart of gold and loved nothing more in life then a big bowl of food and afternoon snuggles.  Owner surrendered, depressed, unable to stand, heartworm positive, and diagnosed with congestive heart failure; he entered into rescue and a loving and restorative foster family.  Under the guidance of our amazing cardiac specialists our little Tuffy thrived, waking up everyday with a spring in his step ready to see where his journey takes him. 

On June 27th, 2017 sudden onset illness caused Tuffy to suffer a pulmonary embolism and he went into cardiac arrest.  He was so brave and fought hard until the end.  His time with us was short but his love and spirit will last forever. He loved love and we miss his snuggles.  He was our special little boy, we love you Tuffy.

In rescue, Tuffy spent his year in foster with untreated heartworm.  Tuffy is the example of the importance of heartworm prevention and early treatment, so that every dog gets a fighting chance.