Lindsay loves dogs and is opening a Bed and Breakfast, so she visited Villalobos Rescue Center to find the perfect pet. Tia and Earl greeted her and talked to her about the unique situation.
As part of the Insurance Company policy, Lindsay could not have a Pit Bull in her home. At the Villalobos Center, they mostly have Pit Bulls, but Tia assured Lindsay that they also had other dogs.
Lindsay has been dreaming about a place where guests could bring their dogs. Tia knew that Lindsay needed a friendly companion with other people and their pets if they had any.
Earl came out with a lab-retriever mix named Virginia. She got her name when she was scanned for a microchip, and the chip only told them where she was from.
Virginia was delighted and well-behaved when she met Lindsay. They hit it off right away. Before Tia could sign off on the adoption, there still needed to be further testing.
Earl and Tia went to Lindsay’s bed and breakfast to see if the environment was appropriate for Virginia. The house was lovely and almost ready to be open to guests.
Virginia was led inside, and it was almost as if she had been living there for years. She was not bothered by her new surroundings, and Tia was happy with what she saw. Lindsay was thrilled to be able to finally adopt Virginia.