Age: YOUNG, maybe 2yrs old
Our beautiful female named Princess went to her Forever Home in Port St. Lucie this morning, 2/23/2012. She was found lost in North Miami.
Her new Mom and brother Rottie Buddy came to take their Princess home.
They got along great.
But one thing I did not know and neither Morissa, (Princess new Mom)
National Geographic has been doing a segment on Dade County Hispanic Vet's and Dr. Adriana Martinez Lopez, owner of Mueller Animal Hospital was choosen to be on that segment.
They were there, Hollywood style, filming Dr. Adriana taking care of dogs, Dr. Emilio doing surgery and then.......
Well, they already had heard about GGARR and had been filming our Rescues in the back kennels and they asked me if I wanted them to film this adoption.
OF COURSE, I SAID YES.
They started filming me greeting Morissa and Buddy, went with us to the back and Ernesto, one of their Vet Tech's took Princess to meet Buddy outside, it was perfect.
Then, after that, when we went to a room, they were there filming the signing of the Adoption contract, etc.
After all was done, they escorted Morissa, Buddy and Princes with Annia (another Vet Tech) and myself, to Morissa's SUV
The final segment was interviewing me and ask me about our organization.
What a morning.
So glad that Dr. Adriana had been picked for that segment on TV, because she deserves all the recognition in this world.
If it is not for Mueller Animal Hospital and Dr. Adriana, GGARR would not exist.
Before I forget
, I want to thank Leo and Mary Durbin for doing the home check as soon as I called them
Another great Happy Ending.
Thank you God