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1. Come Visit Liza And Caring For Creatures At The I Love CVille Welcome Center!

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1. Animal Connection Spotlights Caring For Creatures & Liza The Dog!

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1. Sebastian

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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Hi, I’m Sebastian. At first I was scared and shy when I came here after being lost and all alone. I wasn’t sure if they would keep me and help me, and I was afraid to me all alone in the big world again. It didn’t take long for me to trust people, and now I love to be held and petted. I purr like a small engine. My favorite thing to do is play! I lived in the office for my first month here, and Sid and I played through the walls of my condo. I was a little nervous the day I moved to the Scratching Post to live with the big kids in Room R2, but I share my condo with Simon and we have a great time playing together. I love my toys, I love other cats, and I love people. But what I would love most of all is a home and family of my own.

2. Gryffen

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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Gryffen sports a luxurious deep brown coat with white tipped toes and a white blaze on his chest. Weighing approximately 80 pounds, he is healthy and happy and ready to start his new life! He has lived with big & small female dogs just fine. He has lived with one small male dog and did well, so he should be good with male dogs as well. He has had limited exposure to cats. He will initially chase, but quickly bores of it and then gets along amicably with cats, so living with cats shouldn’t be an issue as long as he is properly introduced. Gryffen would do best in a home with at least one other dog. He is definitely a follower, not a leader. He looks to other dogs to guide him and show him the way. When left to his own devices, he seems lost & confused. He is quite adorable with Tinkerbell the tiny JRT mix, as he totally lets her rule the roost and call all the shots! He gets a lot of comfort in knowing that Tinkerbell is running things.

Gryffen is fully house broken and will reliably hold it for 8-10 hours. He is not crated as he shows no destructive tendencies. Gryffen has no food aggression with people or dogs. He readily shares his food dish with Tinkerbell. He takes treats very gently from your hand. Gryffen has lived with children who were 6-10 years old with no issues.

He does have a bit of a stubborn streak and is a Houdini with collars – so when he doesn’t want to do something he can quickly get out of any collar. Therefore, I use a sturdy harness on him that is designed for dogs that go rock climbing. He does great in this harness and has never gotten out of it. I have noticed that since using the harness his stubbornness has ebbed and he doesn’t balk at going new places now. The harness seems to have given him a boost of confidence when on leash which has been great to see. So now Gryffen does great when being walked on the retractable leash and rarely pulls. Due to the retriever in him, he is highly focused on birds though!!! So if he sees a bird flying overhead he will become engrossed in it and pull on the leash trying to follow it. He is quickly and easily redirected though. Gryffen has no recall off leash and when he gets loose he will run as far and as fast away from you as he can, resulting in it taking hours to catch him. Therefore, Gryffen should never be allowed off leash unless in a secured fenced area. In his previous home he did respect the 4 foot tall wooden fence and never jumped over it. Overall Gryffen is a very sweet and loving boy. He is nicely mannered and should fit in with ease to almost any home.

3. Peaches

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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I’m told that I’m a lively and merry little girl, positively effervescent people say. One of my ardent volunteer admirers even used the words “all around perfect cat.” I’m way too modest to accept that accolade without blushing a little under my gorgeously striped brown tabby fur, but I appreciate being appreciated. I do lay claim to being a world champion head butter, even standing up on my back legs to deliver affectionate and welcoming head bumps to one and all. I adore a good chinny scratch and having gentle hands caress me. At this point I haven’t quite mastered this lap sitting thing but I sure do enjoy sitting beside you. I’m social, playful, and fun loving, and I get along great with all my roommates in spite of being bullied by one of them. Blessed with a calm and loving demeanor I have all the makings of a lifelong best friend. Gentleness and sweetness of soul go a long way in today’s world, and this soul is wrapped up in the cutest petite package. Come say hello and we can visit awhile. I’m betting that you will say that everything is just Peachy and that you want me to be yours.

4. Dallas

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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Spending time with Dallas is like experiencing life through the eyes of a child. He approaches every new experience with a cheerful and exuberant curiosity that makes you happy and intrigued to have him by your side. Although he is missing a front leg, that doesn’t stop him from living life to the fullest as he runs, jumps and plays like any 4 legged dog. There’s no stopping this waggy tailed fellow!

Dallas enjoys all food, and "bite size" toys like his pet fox, but prefers spending time with the people he loves. You see, although he is quite energetic and playful, he knows the importance of quiet – one on one – time with those he forms a special bond with. Lap time and deep cuddle time with his human following a romp with his favorite toy or doggy playmate, is one of his favorite times of the day!

Once Dallas forms a bond with you he is a loyal and lifetime friend. He has an unprecedented memory unlike any animal we’ve ever seen. Once he remembered playing with a cat laser toy well over a year since he had last seen one. He walked up to the volunteer that had played "tag" with him previously and looked at his hand as if to say, "Where is it!" and proceeded to search the floor excitedly for the laser light. Just like that laser, once he forms a bond with you you will be in his heart and mind forever.

Dallas is a good choice for a family with older kids, cats and other dogs who are looking for companionship. He is a strong playmate so he’ll need a more sturdy dog to share his playpen with as he bows down to start a game of wrestling and running and chasing. Dallas craves attention so be prepared to have a pet who will want to climb up into your lap and follow you around. He aims to be your second shadow and can’t wait to fill that role. Carefree and very lovable, Dallas is a winner inside and out!

5. Molly

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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It’s been a wild ride for this terrific lady! Her person was taken to prison and sadly she too wound up at the prison farm. Shortly after her arrival, she gave birth to a litter of 6 pups. Before the staff realized what was going on, 3 of the pups had already slipped down a drainage pipe. Only one could be saved and then later it died. Today, Molly has now successfully raised a litter of 3 pups who are as cute as the day is long. And Molly is as SWEET as the day is long. Just when she thought her life was under control though, her time was “up” at the high kill shelter who took her in. A very bubbly, affectionate lady, Molly desperately needs a person who can really focus and dote on her. She gets anxious when she is left alone and honestly, you can’t blame her. Her life has been so rocky that she just doesn’t know what might happen to her next. Molly is wonderful around other dogs and is good in initiating playtime. Sweet and very generous with her kisses, Molly deserves a chance and some long term love.

6. Milan

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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To be honest I was traumatized and quite timid when I first arrived at CFC. How that has changed! Who knew that such a vivacious personality lay just under my tabico surface? I have become a true social butterfly, flouncing about to greet all my friends who have come to work in the Scratching Post kitchen or to visit. After the requisite meowed greeting I deliver a virtual flurry of head nudges to those I’m welcoming. I fill a lap with my beautiful calico and tabby self and from the way I look into your eyes you will surely know that I think YOU’RE the cat’s meow. I twirl about in a welcoming lap and enthusiastically deliver my patented combination of purrs and head bumps to caressing hands. I’m as soft as a lamb, in both fur and personality. It’s been said that I’m a southern belle in a cat suit: charming, well-mannered, sweet, sometimes demure and sometimes a bit bold. The consensus among those who have come to love me here is that I’m a kind and gentle soul who will make some lucky person or family one devoted and loyal companion. Who could ask for more than that? Do come and sit a spell with me, y’all hear?

7. Owen

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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I’m at my best surrounded by toys and more toys and yes, a human by my side. Howdy, folks. It’s me Owen. I love to play. I love my purple stuffy!!! I also like to chase tennis balls. Folks have commented on how I can seemingly self entertain for long periods of time if given just a few simple toys. I will carry and throw toys around and then roll on my back in great delight. Still can’t believe the good fortune I have come upon in winding up at CFC! I’ve never met a stranger and I’m told I’m graced with a super sweet disposition typical of many hounds. I’m a good match should you already have a dog in stock but cats look just like small little toys to me so they are not a good choice for me! LOL. I’ll admit, I get very excited when I see someone heading toward my pen with a leash. I get so excited it’s hard for me to focus on what I’m told. But I sure am enthusiastic with my affection! I’m not so happy when it’s time to go back inside the pen, though. Sometimes I have to be lured inside because I am so afraid I’ll be left alone again. I would love to be adopted by someone who could be patient with me until I gain some confidence and feel secure once more.

8. Yeti

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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The Yeti in folklore is also known as the Abominable Snowman. Well, I’m here to tell you that there is nothing at all abominable about me. I’m known far and wide here as the lover boy of all lover boys. My volunteer and staff friends all rave about how personable and friendly I am. I’m just an amiable guy who loves one and all, handing out rapid fire head bumps and caressing your hands with my ultra soft and snowy fur. It wasn’t very long after I moved to the T&E building kitchen that my roommate Mercury passed away after a long life. I was always a sweetheart and so affectionate but now that I’m temporarily by myself I adore attention even more, if that’s possible. While I can’t hear it, you will hear my soft rumbling purr as you stroke my velvety coat. Along with the gene that gave me deafness I must have also gotten some extra gentle genes, for there is no meanness nor any shred of unpleasantness in me. I would absolutely cherish your coming to visit with me and to shower me with love and chinny scrunches. Even though I can’t hear loving words doesn’t mean that I can’t feel them, so please talk away to me. I think there’s a good chance that you’ll not want to leave without me by your side. After all, such a kind and loyal companion is almost as rare as a Yeti.

9. Trapper

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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I’m a people pleaser. From far away, folks can see my tall, erect ears dancing in the wind and they just have to come on by to see the wiggling, happy faced fellow in charge of “those ears.” A very friendly, social, outgoing kind of guy, cruising around in a car and snuggling with my person are at the top of my “Must Do” List. Always up for a stroll in the woods and ready to go and do and explore, I’m a smart fellow who loves attention and getting lots of stimulation. Guess it’s the terrier/feist in my heritage that yearns for activity and adventure. In my former life, I had a cat who was best friend and periodically I had play dates with other dogs. My new cat friend would need to be “dog savvy” so I don’t take advantage of how nice they are to me! Obedience classes would be a super activity for us to partake in together as I’m very treat motivated and even this middle age guy, can surely learn a few more tricks! I enjoy kids an awful lot but sometimes when I get excited or am meeting folks in my home, I can get a little nippy so to keep everyone safe, much older kids and a more experienced person, is the best match for me. Now that you know all about me, Trapper, perhaps you can come on by and introduce yourself to me. I’m the cute mid-sized, brindle guy who hula dances for snacks as you approach my pen. I’ll keep the light on for you!

10. Cynthia

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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Come watch this litter play and no doubt, they will make your day! Lilian, Cynthia, Phillip and Tommy are all spunky, good natured kitties just looking to have a good time, a ball to bat, a feather to snag and a soft place to call their own! They are expert climbers and scalers in their oversized condo and boy, can they perform some acrobatic tricks! Once all the fun and games are over, count on some good snuggly time with these “black velvets.” Stop by soon and let these kittens brighten your day and every day moving forward.

11. Peggy

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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Pretty Woman! As many of us celebrate the release of the movie, Pretty Woman 27 years ago, here in the CFC community we celebrate the arrival of our newest Pretty Woman, Peggy!!

Now when we first met Peggy at the high kill shelter where animal control had dumped her, she had THE saddest look on her face. This middle aged lady was confused and wondered what she had done wrong to wind up in danger and in need of a new pet job.

Today, Peggy is safe and we love her to pieces. Talk about a Pretty Woman now! She has added some much needed pounds (perhaps a few too many ) and she is smiling. She wiggles with great excitement as folks select her for walks and she rolls on her back with great delight (something she could NOT do in her cement kennel at the shelter). The pond on our property is a source of wondrous joy for her as she wades out into it and then slowly sinks down looking like an alligator with only the top of her head and back visible! New life has been breathed into this friendly, bubbly lady!

Peggy can be a bit dog selective and cats might be too enticing for her so a family with older, more sturdy kids or a couple simply needing to fill a pet void, would be a perfect match for her. Peggy has never met a stranger so come on by soon, find your new friend in Peggy and tell her, “You’re coming home with me!”

1. Connor Fanning Tells Us Why You Should Open A Greenberry’s Coffee Co. Franchise!

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Make your reservations now for the next “Duel Chef Showdown” featuring Executive Chef Tucker Yoder of Back 40 Restaurant vs. Executive Chef David Morgan of Tavern & Grocery on Monday, November 6 at Tin Whistle Irish Pub located on Market Street. There are reservations available for the 6 pm and 8 pm seatings. Call (434) 202-8387 or go to the Duel Chef Showdown website to book your reservations for Monday, November 6! This will be THE BEST “Duel Chef Showdown” yet!

1. Executive Chef Tucker Yoder, Back 40 Restaurant

Back 40 Restaurant
722 Preston Ave, Charlottesville, VA 22903
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Executive Chef Tucker Yoder has worked at Timbercreek Market since 2016. His creativity, adaptability and talent make him the perfect match for Back 40. Tucker welcomes the opportunity to evolve the menu at Back 40 while integrating the freshest in-season ingredients possible. We expect some fierce competition from him and some smack-talking when he faces Executive Chef David Morgan in the “Duel Chef Showdown” on November 6. Read more >>

1. Sebastian

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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Photo: Caring For Creatures

Hi, I’m Sebastian. At first I was scared and shy when I came here after being lost and all alone. I wasn’t sure if they would keep me and help me, and I was afraid to me all alone in the big world again. It didn’t take long for me to trust people, and now I love to be held and petted. I purr like a small engine. My favorite thing to do is play! I lived in the office for my first month here, and Sid and I played through the walls of my condo. I was a little nervous the day I moved to the Scratching Post to live with the big kids in Room R2, but I share my condo with Simon and we have a great time playing together. I love my toys, I love other cats, and I love people. But what I would love most of all is a home and family of my own.

2. Summer

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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Can you say “sweetheart?” That’s me! I’m just a big love-bug. I like nothing better than pettings, hugs, and affection of all kinds. The nice folks here at the Sanctuary had an easy enough time naming me as I am just as warm as a summer day is long. When I first arrived here I was expecting five or six puppies but wouldn’t you know it, during delivery they just kept on coming! By the end of the day, I had eleven wee ones to care for but I was oh, so very proud and ready to take care of my new family. My pups have now all gone home and early on, I thought I too had a home lined up but my new family had a medical emergency which made it impossible for them to keep me so I’m back on the doggie pet market!

3. Alex

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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I’m known as a very kindly and mellow fellow, a go with the flow boy cat with a nature as soft as my velvety buff coat. I do quite well with all of my roommates here at CFC but what I really treasure is people and the attention I get from them. I can be a bit of a talker when I’m trying to cajole folks into giving me some of the chinny rubs that I love so much. I’ve gained the reputation of being a very dedicated and skilled supervisor of those who are working in my room. I follow them about, politely offering the occasional helpful tip or a diplomatic observation on the quality of their efforts. I’ve heard the words “doll” and “total love bug” bandied about when my volunteer friends are talking about me. Arguing their points would not be polite and just wouldn’t be me. People say my list of charming traits is as long as my handsome tail. Who am I to dispute that, especially if I can entice you to come visit with me? I’d love a promotion to the position of “Full Time Supervisor and Resident Lover Boy” in your home.

4. Buddy

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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I’ve lived in a home for seven years, and I know how to be a good boy! I lived with cats, and I was great with my owners’ young grandchildren. I don’t jump, I don’t pull on my leash, and I love going for walks. I know all about paying attention for treats. I’m a little sad because I miss my person, but I’m very friendly with everyone who comes to visit me and take me for walks. I’m a medium sized, medium energy dog who wants nothing more than to be in a home again. I’m house-trained and I get along great with other dogs. Even if they bark at me, I don’t mind.

5. Reba

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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Reba has been the center of many conversations at CFC. Is she a Vizsla, part Rhodesian Ridgeback, some part Bloodhound?! It’s hard to say, but we have learned lots about her personality since her arrival here at CFC.
True to what we believe is some Vizsla lineage, Reba is gentle, loyal, energetic and affectionate. She walks like a hound- nose first with minimal pulling and easy to control. Described as a very sweet, sensitive lady, she has incredibly, long velveteen ears that just beg you to stroke them!
Reba is an active girl who will do best in a home where she will get an above average amount of exercise. Are you a runner? Reba would be a great buddy when you are putting in the miles! Around the trails at CFC, Reba has run nicely on a loose leash and been attentive to the person she was running with.
Reba has been out to an event in a park setting and done well with walking around a large number of people, lots of kids on bikes, meeting most other dogs, and being loved on by children. She is a strong girl and at this point needs an experienced handler in a situation with this much activity. However, she is smart dog and if you are willing to put in some training time, your effort will be rewarded! You’ll likely end up with a lady you can have by your side, no matter where you roam.

6. Abby

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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PBS fans who love Downton Abbey just might adore a certain Downtown Abbey, ME! Well, in the interest of accuracy I’m not a downtown girl but I did come from a country version of life on the mean streets. I have adapted to the good life at the sanctuary far faster than anyone expected but I am still gently bashful and will be shy when first we meet. My fur is impossibly soft and I’m cute as a bug from my sweet pink nose to my glossy black tail. If you’re patient with me I’ll reward you with tiny little kisses, enthusiastic head bumps, and kneading paws; I might even break out into my joyous Abby dance or flop before you hoping for even more pets and caresses down my back. I’m petite and demure, loving all fellow creatures both feline and human. If you have room in your heart for a nattily dressed, warmhearted little girl who has all the makings of a devout and loyal lifelong companion, I’d love to meet you and get our friendship started.

7. Stan

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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Stan is an adorable shepherd/lab mix with amazing hazel eyes. He’s a medium/large size and would love an energetic home with lots of time for ball playing, fetch, walks, and being on the go. He gets along great with other dogs, so if you have a friendly dog who would enjoy a willing play mate, Stan is your guy. Kitties, on the other hand, are not such a good match for him.

8. Cosmo

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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Irascible, cantankerous, feisty. Who, me? I prefer to think of myself as being a guy of independent mind and strong will. I can be very accommodating, especially when there is the prospect of food involved, but I confess that being here in a room with so MANY other cats generally puts me in a sour mood. I’m a big strapping boy and at a quick first glance you might think that a black panther has joined the CFC gang. I move with a grace that you might not associate with such a large, not fat, gentleman. The stroke of finger nails down my velvety back is nice and I can’t deny that I enjoy some loving attention, but then another one of those cats comes near and my attitude changes for the worse. My potential is as sizable as my physique and, if I could just find a forever home where I would be the undisputed monarch of the kingdom, I think you would see a whole new side of me. I believe that there is a kinder, gentler aspect to this colossally handsome black Prince Charming (ME!) that true love will reveal.

9. Trapper

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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Photo: Caring For Creatures

I’m a people pleaser. From far away, folks can see my tall, erect ears dancing in the wind and they just have to come on by to see the wiggling, happy faced fellow in charge of “those ears.” A very friendly, social, outgoing kind of guy, cruising around in a car and snuggling with my person are at the top of my “Must Do” List. Always up for a stroll in the woods and ready to go and do and explore, I’m a smart fellow who loves attention and getting lots of stimulation. Guess it’s the terrier/feist in my heritage that yearns for activity and adventure. In my former life, I had a cat who was best friend and periodically I had play dates with other dogs. My new cat friend would need to be “dog savvy” so I don’t take advantage of how nice they are to me! Obedience classes would be a super activity for us to partake in together as I’m very treat motivated and even this middle age guy, can surely learn a few more tricks! I enjoy kids an awful lot but sometimes when I get excited or am meeting folks in my home, I can get a little nippy so to keep everyone safe, much older kids and a more experienced person, is the best match for me. Now that you know all about me, Trapper, perhaps you can come on by and introduce yourself to me. I’m the cute mid-sized, brindle guy who hula dances for snacks as you approach my pen. I’ll keep the light on for you!

10. Lily

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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As a very young mom, abandoned and left on my own to nurture and protect my kittens, I learned early on how to be independent and self sufficient. My kittens have all been adopted but I still tend to be reserved and I know how to entertain myself. I’m quiet and demure, content with the simple things in life such as a soft bed, wholesome food, and gentle pets. I’m slim and silken with dove gray highlights on my snowy white fur. I’m not an “in your face” kind of girl but I do appreciate gentle words and soft strokes. In fact I have recently discovered the joys of a warm lap and now leap into welcoming ones. I get along well enough with the other cats in our room, but I think being an only cat would be perfectly fine too. I do love a good romp with a toy mouse and playing with another nice cat can be great too. I was a devoted and loving mom, but now it’s my time to shine and to know the joy of having my very own home. I just need someone willing to give me the opportunity to relax and to surrender to being a more dependent girl. I think I would very much like learning that someone is going to care for my every need in a HOME!

11. Peggy

352 Sanctuary Ln, Palmyra, VA 22963
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Pretty Woman! As many of us celebrate the release of the movie, Pretty Woman 27 years ago, here in the CFC community we celebrate the arrival of our newest Pretty Woman, Peggy!!

Now when we first met Peggy at the high kill shelter where animal control had dumped her, she had THE saddest look on her face. This middle aged lady was confused and wondered what she had done wrong to wind up in danger and in need of a new pet job.

Today, Peggy is safe and we love her to pieces. Talk about a Pretty Woman now! She has added some much needed pounds (perhaps a few too many ) and she is smiling. She wiggles with great excitement as folks select her for walks and she rolls on her back with great delight (something she could NOT do in her cement kennel at the shelter). The pond on our property is a source of wondrous joy for her as she wades out into it and then slowly sinks down looking like an alligator with only the top of her head and back visible! New life has been breathed into this friendly, bubbly lady!

Peggy can be a bit dog selective and cats might be too enticing for her so a family with older, more sturdy kids or a couple simply needing to fill a pet void, would be a perfect match for her. Peggy has never met a stranger so come on by soon, find your new friend in Peggy and tell her, “You’re coming home with me!”

1. From Puppies To Rescue Dogs To Overall Cuteness – Take A Look At Highlights From The Winners Of “Dog Fest” 2017!

522 2nd St SE, Charlottesville, VA 22902
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2. Best In Show Winner Was “Haunted House!”

522 2nd St SE, Charlottesville, VA 22902
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3. The Most Original Costume Went To “Tank!”

522 2nd St SE, Charlottesville, VA 22902
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4. Second Place For The Most Original Costume Went To “Peg Leg The Pirate!”

522 2nd St SE, Charlottesville, VA 22902
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5. Third Place For The Most Original Costume Went To “Lumberjack!”

522 2nd St SE, Charlottesville, VA 22902
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6. First Place In The Group Category Went To “The Holy Trinity!”

522 2nd St SE, Charlottesville, VA 22902
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7. Second Place In The Group Category Went To “Everyday Hereos!”

522 2nd St SE, Charlottesville, VA 22902
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8. First Place In The Rescue Dog Category Went To “Milk & Cookies!”

522 2nd St SE, Charlottesville, VA 22902
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9. We Loved The Wide Retriever!

522 2nd St SE, Charlottesville, VA 22902
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10. Watch Out For The Ferocious Shark!

522 2nd St SE, Charlottesville, VA 22902
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11. It Was Cuteness Overload!

522 2nd St SE, Charlottesville, VA 22902
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1. Carter Mountain Orchard, Charlottesville

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