Help Those Animals In Need By Fostering or Adopting

| February 21, 2015

On New Years Day of this year our family dog Tracy passed away at home.  It was very heart breaking to see our dog of fifteen years pass over the rainbow bridge.  I had never been so heartbroken like this before.  Tracy was a beloved family pet and a true member of our family.  It was suggested from a friend of ours to foster a dog from Safe Haven Dog Rescue and we  did.  The dogs name is Dani and was from a shelter in Kentucky.  I began the fostering on January 17th and three weeks later officially adopted Dani.  It was a rewarding experience to know I helped to save a fur baby.

My dog Tracy of fifteen years.

My dog Tracy of fifteen years.


My new dog Dani

My new dog Dani

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I am retired from Northeastern Illinois University where I worked for 30 years as an Assistant Auditorium Technical Director. Currently I am a public access producer, freelance videographer, photographer, web page designer and musician. I enjoy music and movies. I am married, a father of four and grandfather of seven. I am a big Beatles fan and record collector.

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  1. Ellen Miles says:

    We LOVE failed fosters! And, we’re always looking for good foster homes – especially now that kitty season is right around the corner. We pay all supplies and provide necessary caging, etc. and, of course, support!