Happy New Beginnings


Since we adopted Georgia AKA “Jewel” in Aug 2015 she has been a fresh breath of air to our family. Georgia is a very sweet, beautiful, silly, and confident girl who came into our family of 5 other dogs of all mixed breeds ages and sizes without issue and not only greeted them all with her love and kisses but made them love her back pretty quickly. She was meant for our family!

Georgia has had ongoing therapy from her knee surgeries but has never let that get in her way of having fun. She makes us laugh and has been helping us heal from the passing of our female pittie we lost shortly before meeting her.

Thank you to everyone whom was involved in her rescue including her foster parents who did an amazing job with her recovery.

-Tracy & Linc


Martin was adopted in August of 2015 but we feel like he has been a part of our family forever. He seamlessly fit right in with his charming, sweet, and silly personality. He makes us laugh every single day! He loves spending time at his grandparents farm in RI where he can romp around with the cows and chickens and enjoys hiking the White Mountains of New Hampshire in the summer.

Now that we have begun to take in foster’s for The Pittie Stop it has been amazing to watch Martin come full circle in the rescue process, once a foster dog and now helping to foster the dogs we have taken in.

Martin has earned his Canine Good Citizen title and is on his way to becoming a certified airport therapy dog for the T.F. Green Airport’s “PVD Pups” Program. He is truly one special boy that we were so incredibly lucky to find!


In October of 2016 we decided that we wanted to add another pittie to our family – (we had adopted our first one in February of 2016 from a different rescue).  We fell in love with sweet Miss Mia the first time we met her.  We knew that she was meant for us.

Mia feels like she has been with us forever!  It continues to amaze us that her transition into our home was so seamless.  She is the most loving and affectionate dog (her tongue doesn’t stop lapping!)  She gets along great with Dex (her new pittie brother) and Tig and Maisy (her new kitty siblings).  She loves going on walks, snuggling on the couch, chewing on her toys and riding in the car.  We look forward to playing in the snow with her this winter and enjoying  the pond with her next summer.

Time and time again we question how she ever ended up in a shelter.   She is an amazing girl that we feel so fortunate to have found.  To everyone at TPSR that had a hand in Mia’s rescue, we thank you!!

– Greg, Kristy, Luke and Hope

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