Q: How do you volunteer your time specifically with Save-a-Bull?
My role with Save-a-Bull is as a foster.  I love having the puppies because they are sweet and snuggly and I don’t have time to get attached because they are here such a short time. Lately, however I have been doing several weekend respites.

Q: How long have you been with Save-a-Bull? 
I started with Save-a-Bull a little over a year ago.

Q: How did you learn about Save-a-Bull and what made you decide to volunteer?
I work with Save-a-Bull’s vetting coordinator Ian Noire, and we like to talk about dogs.  Ian had asked me a few times if I wanted to foster and I finally said yes.

Q: What’s the most rewarding experience you’ve had as a volunteer so far?
I love it when the dogs find their forever home. I truly believe that dogs will let you know when they have met the right humans.

Q: Do you have any dogs of your own?
I have an 8 year old Bernese Mountain Dog, Miss Daisy.  She came to me as a foster and I failed with her.  I have always said that if I have to “knowingly” fail at something she was a pretty good reason.

Q: What do you do for work? For fun?
I work for People Incorporated managing a couple different residential programs. Besides spending time with my dog  for fun I like to go camping, read, and do paper crafts. I also have a small obsession with llamas.