It is with a very sad heart that we let the Village know that foster boy Larry passed away.

Foster mom said, “Larry had multiple seizures yesterday. We rushed him in for treatment but he continued to seize even after multiple injections. He also developed aspiration pneumonia from vomiting between the seizures. I know we tried our best but ultimately the best thing to do was to put him down. I’m so glad to haven gotten to spend the last few months with him. Other than a few potty training issues, he was the perfect dog for our crew and one of James’ best friends. I can’t help but feel like we failed you Lar-Bear but I know now you are off sun bathing to your heart’s content, finding your own slice of heaven to make your own. “

Fly high Lar-Bear…the Village will miss you.


Here is an update on cutie patootie Larry. Larry dressed as a donut for Halloween and went to Barktoberfest. He was excited to see all the dogs and people at Barktoberfest but settled down after a little walk around and cared more about rolling in the grass then anything else. One of the most adorable things he does is play fetch with himself. He’ll throw the toy up in the air and go after it. Larry is incredibly sweet but not overly affectionate. He hasn’t had any seizures since being with his foster family. He does really well around the human baby in his foster home and lets the other dogs be the boss without being too submissive. He has had some potty training issues but his foster family has been working with him and he seems to be getting better. The Village is so glad to hear that Larry is doing so well!

Hey there ladies and gents! My name is Larry. I am 22 months old and weigh 29 lbs. I am neutered and up-to-date on vaccines. I was rehomed because I was having seizures and my previous family was no longer able to afford my care because of having to provide for three young human children.

I will miss my previous family but am very excited to have joined the Village and to be residing with my foster family in Arizona. I will be hanging my collar here in AZ until some of my medical issues are investigated further. The vet is evaluating my seizures and is helping me with some allergy issues I have.

Alright, I have to admit it…..I am a mover and a shaker; I love to be on the go! My foster mom tried giving me a pawdicure the other night and I was super squirmy (I was just trying to keep her on her toes). Well, I guess she showed me….She put one of those ThunderShirts on me and that thing actually calmed me down to the point it looked as though someone had snuck me a sedative. Little does she know, when that shirt comes off, I am going back to looking for some trouble to get into and will definitely hit my foster sisters up for a good old wrestling match!

I appreciate you all coming on here and reading about me. I promise you that I am just as awesome as I look. There is no Frenchie out there better than me!