Please send your happy tails of NASAP animals to


Nakiska Image

We adopted Nakiska in 2004 he is a bernese mountain dog crossed with a border collie.  He has been the joy of our life and has become a huge part of our family. Our Daughter taught him to sit stay roll over and wait for a treat soon after we got him and he hasnt stopped learning.  Now he is 9 years old and still acts like a puppy alot of the time.
What a wonderful DOG

Sunny and Zorro

Sunny and Zorro Image

Hi Mary

I wanted to let you know how happy we are with Sunny and Zorro.

They are both such a delight!

Sunny has settled in nicely and loves lots of attention. She loves to play with toys and go for walks.

Zorro is growing like a weed. He has completed a first level of puppy classes and learns quickly. He enjoys being outside and running around the yard.

They love to play together and they keep us entertained.

Attached is a picture taken on May 13, 2011 of the two. It’s hard to get them to both stay still together!

Also included is our proof of neutering of Zorro from our vet’s office.

Thank you so much for taking good care of Sunny and Zorro before they came to us, and for allowing us to adopt these two precious pets.

Joe and Linda

Amigo (previously Skittles)

Amigo (previously Skittles) Image

We renamed Skittles to Amigo and he has settled in our home wonderfully.
He has established himself a nice little routine in the morning, doing his area patro.  Then comes in the afternoon for a nap and snack and then does another perimeter check in the evening.  He has made many friends with our neighbours and our little sport hunter has depleted the mouse population around here.
We are extremely lucky to have Amigo and very grateful to NASAP for helping us find him.  The website description about him was spot on and we couldn't have better addition to the family.
Thank you NASAP,
Elise & Diane


Candy Image

I'd say Candy is very happy here!

At first she wasn't too thrilled with the fact that she was in a house with two big dogs, but now I'd go so far as to say that she might even like them!  I catch her doing the ole 'walk under the dogs belly and tickle them with my tail' move.

She is very affectionate with all the people here too!

Her health is good - good eater, good pooper, plays allots. 



Deacon Image

Hi Mary
           Deacon is doing fabulous he has fitted in to my home very well, he has one big brother Clive,also adopted from NASAP,who he plays with and an older brother Ralph who he follows around and likes to cuddle with.., and these guys have let him into the fold with ease.
          When I adopted Deacon his foster mom Laura had told me how frisky and fun he was and she has been totally correct, he is happy and not shy he greets me at the door every time I arrive home, and any one else who comes, and chats away to me with all the news, he still loves to tear up cardboard boxes, paper sacks and his favorite toys are little fluffy mice which he loves to hide around the house.He is healthy and still growing and to my delight he loves to cuddle and be brushed and even likes to have his teeth cleaned something his two brothers run away from!!!!! I never know what he will get up to next and enjoy him daily, I may need to buy a bigger bed as all three share it at night and my share seems to get smaller each night!!!. Now the weather is warmer Deacon likes to curl up on the window ledge and watch the birds on the deck at the feeders I have out for them.
         Once again I would like to thank NASAP for caring for all the animals and Laura was an awesome foster mom she made Deacon the sweetheart he is today,if I can help Nasap any way please let me know I have sent a volunteer application form but not heard back as yet,
                                   best wishes Paula Martin and Deacon

Heidi (previously Kitta)

Heidi (previously Kitta) Image

Hi Karen, I have been meaning to email you for some time. Heidi is doing excellent.  She has been spay, healed and doing great.  My daughter Stephanie took her camping for the first time the long weekend. She gave the other 4 dogs that were there a run for their money, they were trying to hide from her because they didn’t want to play anymore. They were exhausted.  She and Napoleon ‘the pug’ slept for 2 days after from exhaustion. They had so much fun.  We don’t have to leash her she does not wonder at all and her recall is bang on. She is so smart.  We did however buy her an outdoor 10x10 kennel so we can not only keep her safe but we can lock it so no one can take her.  She loves it best when everyone is at home and she gets to snuggle with at least one of us while we watch TV.  She, Napoleon and Maggie (the cat) are the best of friends.  She’s a blessing. We’ll stay in touch.


Brenda Johnston


p.s. I forgot to mention her love for water?can’t keep her out of it!


Georgia Image

I thought you might like an updated photo of Georgia, adopted in April, 2010.  She was previously called Laurie Mae.


Olivia Image

Dear NASAP: Olivia is one of the doorstep puppies rescued by my brother and sister-in-law. So glad to hear the Mom Reba has been adopted. I truly feel that she is a very special dog and an outstanding Mom. She kept herself and the puppies alive and well during a most difficult winter in very difficult circumstances. It’s a testimony to her wonderful disposition that all the puppies were so gentle and easily adoptable.


I’m enclosing a recent picture of our girl. We are thrilled with her and enjoy every moment (even the classic bad puppy ones). She will be starting Puppy education classes soon and already feel that she is ahead since she really is so good. Wishing all other adoptees of the doorstep puppies many happy days to come.