Our goal: To leave no Vizsla to die or suffer.
Remember: “No matter how nice, a shelter can never be a home.”
August 6, 2004 – January 8, 2005
Our Sweet Mr. Moe… We were blessed to know this wonderful vizsla. Mosley’s favorite activity was going for walks. All you had to do was say the word and he would get so excited. He was a big boy around 70lbs and as handsome as one could be. Mosley was adopted last fall by a wonderful couple that took him in and loved him dearly. Mosley had some issues that he needed to work through and this couple went above and beyond to try and help him through those issues. Unfortunately Mosley’s aggression became unpredictable and uncontrollable. There were things in Mosley’s history that he just couldn’t get past. If it wasn’t for his adopted parents giving Mosley the chance to see if they could help him forget his past, Mosley would have never known what it feels like to be loved so dearly. Mosley was granted a loving family that took him on many walks and spent time training him. I know he was very grateful for that opportunity and the memories that he will always have. Mosley was aided over the Rainbow Bridge surrounded by the love of his adopted parents and his foster mom. I’m sure Mosley was greeted by many vizslas on the other side where he was able to leave his bad past behind but take with him the love that surrounded him as he crossed over. Run free Mr. Mosley and go chase those squirrels, we look forward to walking with you again – Alyssa