On the Hunt

After some discussion on the matter, we decided to leave the twins (Libby and Molly) with Debbie in California, and adopt another dog to bring with me to the Bahamas.

We are excited about adding another member to the Fosterpack and are on the active hunt for our next addition.  See some of the potential candidates are listed below (in no particular order):



Julie is a 5 year old Belgian Malinois (Belgische Herder) mix that is about 50 pounds. She is good with everyone– kids, people, and dogs. House and crate trained. She is super sweet and ready to find her forever home!!  What say you, Julie?  Do you want to be the newest member of the Fosterpack?



Sasha is described as a Labrador Retriever mix about 13 months old.  She is definitely beautiful, but then again we believe all dogs are beautiful!



Sienna is an all natural, red female doberman, two years old & up to date on all shots and heart worm free. High energy girl that loves active interaction with people and other pets. She would do best with younger active or athletic adults.  Sounds like a perfect fit for the Fosterpack!

RileyRiley is one sweet girl! She is very friendly and loves people and other dogs. She enjoys socializing at the dog park and making new friends. Her foster family enjoys taking her to Petsmart to pick out new toys! Riley is great with children, is very well behaved, and is house trained. She is even a friend to felines and would be happy to share a home with cats!  What do you think, Riley?  Do you want to come live with us?



Honey is already spayed, house trained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.

Sweet Honey was found on Key Biscayne with an embedded collar. The neighbors say she was there for a while with no home. Lucky for her a savior was jogging by and helped her out. Now in foster care Honey is doing very well. She likes the other two dogs in the home and even the cats and kid. We think Honey is a 6-8month old Rhodesian blend with maybe some Lab. She likes to run with her foster mom so she would make an excellent running partner.

Although her description lists her as a Rhodesian blend, we believe that she looks more like a Belgische Herder (Malinois).  No matter what she’s mixed with, there’s no denying that she is one beautiful girl!

Although it’s impossible to tell at this state who will become the newest member of the Fosterpack, once thing is for certain: she will be coming home to her forever family, where she will be loved like no other.

Stay posted as to the outcome of our search.

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2 Responses to On the Hunt

  1. Matthew Ferry says:

    Hi Jim! I was searching the internet for my old friend Jim Foster – and looks like I found you! I hope you and Debbie are doing great – sure seems like it. Would love to get in touch again.

    Matthew Ferry


    • Hey Matt,

      Long time, no hear from! It’s nice to be back in touch with you; I’ve often thought about you.

      Yes, Debbie and I are fine. We’re just plugging along, waiting and planning anxiously for my retirement, which we’re both anticipating greatly.

      You can reach me at jim@fosterpack.com.


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