Wednesday, May 27, 2009


"My name is Niki David and this past Saturday my husband and I brought a 4yr. old St. Bernard named Bam to be fostered by someone with Teddy's Rescue.We had rescued Bam from the Dayton area and were hopeful that we were going to be able to give her home; however, they dogs that we currently have in the home were not very accepting of her. The end result was us not being able to keep Bam. I was told about your organization by someone that heard our story about Bam, and your volunteers were able to very quickly match us up with a foster home.Bam is such a sweet dog and it brings tears to my eyes everything I think of her. She will make someone an excellent companion! I believe that she was neglected in her previous home..she only weighs 102lbs. and is very skinny. She also had a few minor health issues that we got taken care of at the vet on Saturday morning.I am not sure how your organization works, but my husband and I would really like it if we were able to get updates on Bam. If the foster mommy would be willing to email us that would be excellent. I really think that Bam is a special girl and we just want to be able to see the wonderful things that she does in someones life. She has already changed our and she was only in our family for 24 hrs.I have attached some pictures that I was able to get of her if you would want to use any of them on the website, or if the foster mom would like to have them.Thank you so much for everything that Teddy's Rescue is doing to give these beautiful loving animals a chance at a better life! You are truly special people!Nathan & Niki David"

This is a 7" x 5" oil on fine art canvas panel . A lovely addition to any home. Proceeds from the sale of this painting will go to Teddy's Rescue.

thank you, Sheila


  1. Your paintings of animals are so sweet, nice work

  2. Really nice loose but solid painting. Makes you want to walk the dog (in a virtual sort of way).

  3. Thank you so much for your comments..they are so very appreciated!!!

  4. very nice work, Sheila and a very worthwhile endeavor on your part for dog rescue