"It just warms my heart that you provide such a needed and wonderful service." - Kris A.S.
The first goal of Bob’s House is to pair dogs with their forever families, but sometimes this is just not possible. Under our Here to Stay Program, Bob’s House for Dogs becomes a permanent home for residents that qualify under the criteria of extreme medical cases, severe anxiety, or otherwise disabling condition rendering the dog un-adoptable. The dogs under this program will receive high quality food, meticulous healthcare and a home to call their own for the remainder of their days.
Current Members of the Bob's House Family
Pete is a mini poodle that used to visit 21 Canine Company facilities every month, as well as residents receiving therapy care through St. Croix Hospice. He is very gentle, docile and a favorite of all the residents that he visited. Due to aging, Pete is now retired and enjoying his days at Bob’s House. Pete will often curl up in the lap of anyone willing to give him a hug.
This sweet 15 year old shih Tzu mix is now a resident here at Bobs’ House. After showing us that he does not transition well at his start here and also at another home trial, we’ve decided it is in his best interest to stay at Bob’s House as a permanent resident. He has become so happy here and we are going to keep it that way! :)
Jaycee is a permanent resident, fostered by an employee due to severe separation anxiety. He is 10 years young and doing very well with a routine schedule, medication, lots of exercise, and a foster family who loves him dearly!
We have been blessed with this wonderful six year old lady! Poppy will be in our Canine Companion program, and will visit facilities around our area to bring smiles all around!
We are so happy to see the progress this beautiful guy has made with us. Eli came to us fearful of everyone, except other dogs. Do to a brain injury when he was young, it has taken Eli longer to feel at home. Therefore, we cannot imagine putting him through another transition since he is now thriving so much more!
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