Minnie is doing so well! She is a trained therapy dog and has been helping the students from Oxford High School who went through the school shooting earlier this year. She is everyone’s favorite dog in the organization.
Biscuit is still absolutely in love with her and my mom, Greg, and I both say she is the best dog we have ever met.
Three weeks ago we got a bloodhound puppy to give her a little friend. We named him Mickey and the two are inseparable (Minnie is still our favorite though haha).
We have become a mastiff family through and through because of this wonderful dog and I cannot imagine my life without her. Thank you again for all you have done for us!
On 1/17/2022 12:55 PM, Kristin B. wrote:
Minnie recently graduated from therapy dog school (Mid-Michigan Therapy Dogs, Inc) and brought lots of comfort to the Oxford High School students following the school shooting tragedy.
Most of the instructors told us that she was their favorite student in the class this year!
Our toddler and Minnie are still inseparable and he loves her fiercely. We love her so much and are thankful for her every day. Thank you again for giving us our wonderful, furry family member!
We will keep in touch!
I cannot express to you what this dog means to our family. As I had explained when we picked her up in October, I was not a dog person. My husband was the one who loves dogs. She has quickly changed my mind and I cannot imagine living life without an American Mastiff. Her name is the first thing said each morning after my toddler wakes up and then the two are inseparable. It is nearly impossible to get a photo of her without him. People cross the stores to come and visit her because she is so beautiful and has such a great personality. I have joined a Facebook page for American Mastiff owners and you and a breeder in Deep Woods seem to be the most highly regarded. I never thought checking that page would be one of the highlights of my day but being her mom is so wonderful. We cannot thank you enough and my husband and I have discussed getting another one from you at some point before Minnie gets too old to hang around a puppy. She is very loved!