Morgan has been absolutely thrilled to take sleigh rides with his Angels. He's been bouncing around having a grand ol'time. With his new found weight he has discovered his new found energy. This past Friday Morgan actually broke into the 50 kg category and it seems his goal weight will actually be met again one day. He's come a really long way since we first saw him in the middle of February when he moved in with his Angels. The first portion of his life was horrendous, but now he seems to be happier than a clam. He's been wagging his tail constantly and loves all the attention his Angels are pouring on him. He is definitely one happy boy.
Morgan has been out enjoying sleigh rides and having fun with his foster siblings every day. Check out the pictures to see him taking in the beautiful sunshine.
Morgan and his Angel!
The annual Dane-A-Thon is happening again this May. You can show your support for Morgan's progress, and other Danes like him, by attending the event, sponsoring, or making a pledge in his honor, and support Danes In Distress so they may continue all the wonderful work they do for Danes everywhere. Check out the Danes In Distress website here for all the information you'll need about the event.
Let's create more success stories like Morgan!
News on Morgan has been wonderful. He continues to gain weight, and interact with all his foster siblings. He has begun making joyful leaps when he is out for a walk, and his tail just can't stop wagging with joy. With all the love he has been receiving thanks to Danes In Distress and his Foster Angels and everyone supporting him, his scars have begun healing and he is becoming healthier and healthier every day.
Morgan has been gaining weight daily and as of today, March 4, 2011, we can finally say Morgan has reached the 100 pounds mark. He's still 30 pounds away from his goal weight but is showing improvements every day. It is amazing how far Morgan has come. LEAPS and BOUNDS!!!
He has been getting along wonderfully with his foster siblings and doing lots of playing, eating, and sleeping. It is wonderful to see the obvious improvements Morgan has made living with a family who takes such great care of him.