This is the story of Quincy
Quincy, a tan brown colored Terrier Mix puppy, and his 3 small littermates were surrendered to Bond County Humane Society in December 2012. After his littermates were adopted he went
to live at a foster home so he wouldn't be alone. In that foster home Quincy could play with 1 adult person, 2 adult dogs, a cat and his foster mom's grandkids. At 14 weeks old,
Quincy was still working on his housetraining and knew some basic commands like 'Sit' and 'Leave It'. Quincy was adopted to a loving Illinois family in early 2013.
February 2014 - an email from the people who adopted Quincy:
Hi Bond County Humane Society!
I stopped by PetSmart today [February 15] and spoke with a kind gentleman from Bond County. I told him how we adopted Quincy last February and how he is such an
awesome dog with a huge personality. He loves to play soccer, squeaky ball and in the snow. And boy does he love walks; besides playing in the back yard with his
older brother Scrappy. The most entertaining thing during the winter months is Quincy and our 13 year old cat love to play games indoors and aggravate each other.
Anyway, here are some pictures. I'll try not to go overboard and just give you a bit of a timeline. :-)
Thanks for all you do!!