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The Story of Prince & Cinderella

Prince & Cinderella
W e found Mary’s Dogs Rescue & Adoption through the Petfinder.com website. We were drawn to the fact that this rescue organization pulls dogs out of high kill shelters in the South. That was what we ultimately wanted to do when getting our first dog together as a family. We found the “Brady Pups” online and called to ask about them. We were cheap doxycycline for dogs given information about some of their personalities and decided to put our deposit on Greg (soon to be “Prince Charming”). Updates were given frequently until our pups got to NH.

When pick up day arrived we drove to Mary’s house and were met outside by Mary herself. She looked so happy, but nervous at the same time. After talking with her it was understandable. It was very clear that she loves every dog that comes through the door, so while happy that they were going to their new homes, she was nervous for them. Members of her team (Allyson, and Faith) picked up on it and I remember Allyson reassuring Mary that the pups would be OK once they settled.

Mary has a team that works together efficiently, and always with the dogs’ best interest as the number one priority.
Our pup was brought out and we were given a ton of information on how to help him with the transition, and all of the medical records. Once home, we got several e-mails asking for updates on how our dog was doing. He is the best dog a person could possibly ask for. How he was dumped somewhere is beyond me, but we are forever grateful to Mary’s team for saving him and trusting us to be his forever family. We love our pup so much we decided to adopt his sister, “Cinderella” also.

Prince & Cinderella
We are very happy with how the adoption worked, and we always tell everyone about Mary’s Dogs when they ask where we got our fur babies from. Mary has a team that works together efficiently, and always with the dogs’ best interest as the number one priority. Her dedication to helping the dog, and family, have the best life together does not end once the dog is officially adopted. Advice is always freely given, and resources are abundant. If Mary can’t help she will put you in contact with someone who can. We love Mary’s Dogs and if ever the time comes for us to think about adding another pup, we wouldn’t think about going anywhere else. -The Vanasse Family