Your morning cuppa with…Cheeto

*Scans the folder and smiles big then weeps piteously* Puppies! It’s not Friday yet! How did I get a Thursday puppy? Come on! Even if he is named after my favorite cheese, dirty-little-secret, snack. *Drinks deeply of the cuppa and inhales deeply* Cheeto. Cheeto! Come here boy. Come on. Bring it Cheeto. “Bring it? What … Read More

Because of a big fluffy foster … Jasper Jameson

It’s time once again for our Throwback Thursday edition of our Because Of A Big Fluffy Foster series. This week’s post was a little hard to write. This is Jasper Jameson, or JJ as he is lovingly referred to now. This dog has quite the story, so I will try to be brief in its … Read More

Late Night Post … Colin

And now your late night post… In keeping with the theme of public shame, tonight’s post is about dog pee. I am fostering Colin, who is rapidly becoming one of my favorites. Colin is a 4 year old basset sheltie collie something who came out of a hoarding case with six other dogs. Colin was … Read More

Really? with Jean Harrison

And now, tonight’s late night post is an episode of Really? with Jean Harrison. Fans, when we say we have walrus puppies, we aren’t serious. Really. And when we say we have coyotes or wolves or dingos we’re totally not serious. Really. We don’t rescue wildlife and when we say we have a dingo mix … Read More

The perfect Great Pyrenees … the Chia Pyr

Fans, we all know there are people out there who need the perfect pet. Who doesn’t want a perfectly house-trained, fuzzy, completely quiet and always perfectly-behaved puppy in the house? Sadly, we here at BFDR just don’t seem to have Great Pyrenees puppies that are perfectly-behaved, housebroken, non-shedding and non-barking. Faced with the incredible pressure … Read More

Tiger’s “softer” side

Fans, it was suggested that Tiger’s pictures needed to be softer to try to find him a home. So what’s softer than a big fluffy Great Pyrenees? Nothing. He’s adoptable, he loves all people, he weighs 45 pounds, he fetches balls, he snores when he sleeps and he has great manners. He needs to be … Read More

Meet Arrow

Every year for Lent, I give something up. Once it was chocolate, but that was too hard, so the next year I gave up being nice to annoying people which was much easier. It’s important to set realistic goals if you want to have a sense of accomplishment. Recently, I had an epiphany that perhaps … Read More

And now your late night post… Carolina

Tonight’s late night post is brought to you by unicorns, because I can’t believe this puppy is not adopted and if she’s not adoptable, I am totally taking up unicorn rescue and y’all are your own. New England people, seriously. This is Carolina, a basset mix puppy who is now 12 weeks old. She’s been … Read More

And now, a politically correct late night post …Tylo

And in honor of Tylo and in response to the outcry over our Communist remark earlier today, here is your politically correct late night post…. Once upon a time down on an old farm which was an autonomous collective of organic, non-corporate farmers, lived a dog family, and Mother Dog which is a completely respectful … Read More

Ophelia & Hamlet … the lost first draft

Shakespeare’s lost first draft of the scene between Ophelia and Hamlet where he denies ever having loved her. ACT III SCENE I. A room in the castle. Hamlet: I did love you once. Even though your ears are enormous. Ophelia: (Ears erect, eyes wide with surprse). Indeed, my lord, you made me believe so. And … Read More

Stray 400 pound Newfoundland

And now your late night post… Did you miss us? It was quiet around here this weekend, so let’s put an end to that. Say hello to our latest rescue, who we have yet to name, so feel free to list your suggestions. Troy found her roaming in a field, just eating berries. Poor fluffy … Read More

Late Night Post … Panther Fox & Lemur Fox

And now your late night post… Tonight fans we have a special episode of Science! with Jean. Fans, this afternoon we received a somewhat disgruntled message from a gentleman I will call “Lloyd”. Lloyd had a number of complaints, but the one of merit that warrants our discussion this evening is as follows: “also i … Read More