Quinnie was dumped at a shelter in Tennessee by humans who were supposed to love her. Her family couldn't be bothered with training this sweet puppy, so they kept her in a crate constantly. Quinnie was probably thrilled to get away from those people and she bears no emotional scars from being surrendered. She is such a happy girl and adores showing off her mad leash skills. She loves car rides and the humans who give them to her. Quinnie never met a stranger, so much so that she does not like to be alone. She is a sensitive soul who basks in the company of humans and the other dogs. She is a sweet, smart, gorgeous girl who is all sunshine and joy.
Quinnie developed youthful cataracts and had surgery to correct the problem. Later she was diagnosed with retinas that were becoming detached. John drove Quinnie to Illinois for the very specialized surgery that she needed to save this lovely, vibrant, young dog’s sight. We are happy to report that Quinnie’s surgery was successful and she can continue to enjoy the active life that she loves.
Buddy Messages (7)
Her Buddy, Judith Neal, from Council Bluffs, IA, sent her this message: "Quinnie, you are a beautiful girl, and I hope you soon find a very lucky family to call your own!" Quinnie sends Judith many very big kisses and playful hugs!
Her Buddy, Annika Salomaa, from San Diego, CA, sent her this message: "Thank you for helping Quinnie. Quinnie, you sweet girl, you are so lucky to have fallen into the hands of someone with a heart of gold and then ending up at Hearts United for Animals. Hope you will find soon your own furever home." Quinnie sends Annika lots of friendly, cuddly hugs and happy kisses!
Her Buddy, Nina Hokkanen, from Loudon, TN, sent her this message: "Quinn-quinn! We miss your goofy antics sweetie and hope and pray every day that you find your forever family soon baby girl. We love seeing your pictures but can't wait to see you in your own home. Keep being the sweet, loving girl that you are!" Quinnie sends Nina many happy hugs and kisses, and thanks her for taking such good care of him as a foster Mommy!
Her Buddy, Pat Coffey, from Montpelier, VA, sent her this message: "Quinn, your first foster Mommy, Nina loves you so much STILL! This is on behalf of her team, DAWGS, who rescue other German Shepherds, GSD mixes, and, what the heck...almost anything in a kill shelter anywhere in the USA. We love you, and are so happy to see you romping in the snow!" Quinnie sends Pat and Nina all her love, says she is loving romping in the snow and sends them MANY grateful hugs and kisses of thanks!
Her Buddy, Paulette Olsen, from New Market, Maryland, sent her this message: "Dear Quinnie, You are such a wonderful dog. I know you will find a home soon. Until then, I'll be your buddy in honor of my dear sweet girl Hollie who just passed away. You and Hollie could have been twins. Hang in there girl, I know you will find a home soon. Paulette" Quinnie sends Paulette many happy, grateful hugs and kisses.
Her Buddy, Sharon Schmitt, from Fairfax, Virginia, sent her this message: "Dear Quinnie, You are such a lovely girl! I am so happy to be your buddy. I'm sure your mad leash skills will get you adopted in no time. Love, Sharon" Quinnie sends Sharon many happy, grateful hugs and kisses.
Her Buddy, Andrew Pearson, from Lincoln, Nebraska, sent her this message: "Quinnie, You are such a good looking girl, and look like a ball of fun. I hope you enjoy your time at HUA, although we are sure it will be short. We know you will find a home, and an owner who loves to take you on car rides!" Quinnie sends Andrew many happy, grateful hugs and kisses.