Riley has developed quite the sweet tooth in his older age. It all started when Tums started disappearing off of his dad’s night stand a few months ago. Now he has a taste for the sugar and just can’t fight it! We had a cake sitting on the kitchen island for a few days, covered. Something must have happened where he caught a whiff because we returned home and the cake had been licked as far as that tongue would go. He could not reach to bite so he licked an entire quarter of the cake in the time we were gone. He was very embarrassed and whined a lot when we took his picture.
“I peed in the kiddie pool at the adoption event. (Hey, it was outside.)”
Gracie had a pretty rough start and was found as a small puppy in one of the shelters with which we work in Fredericksburg, VA. She’s now with a foster family working for Bully Paws. She’s a little timid with new people, but once you win her trust, a beautifully sweet little girl emerges. She listens very closely to the people she loves and desperately wants to please them. She’s a very goofy girl who will fall over herself to beg for belly rubs and bounces around the yard. She loves hikes and will surprise you with her athleticism. She loves dog toys and if you keep them around, she plays with them and leaves shoes and other desirables alone. Once playtime is over, she is a great cuddle buddy. She is great with children who are mature enough to be patient with her and not tease her. Her favorite person at the moment is our 9 year-old daughter.
Despite her shyness around new people, she is great with her canine friends. She looks to the dogs in her foster home for social cues and is much more afraid without the companionship of other dogs. They’re the true key to her heart. Because of this, Gracie would do best in a home where she has a dog companion.
Gracie knows basic commands, doesn’t jump on people (unless they have a lap for her to snuggle on) and is working hard on her leash skills.
She is an absolute joy to have around. She makes me giggle all the time.
Calvin first caught a glimpse of Elka when she was featured on Dog-shaming’s Adoptable Fridays. After trying other online dog dating sites like K9 Date and Puppy Mingle, Dog-shaming is where he found his quality mate. Thank you to Dog-shaming and PointerRescue.org for making this union possible.
Nova is an adoptable beagle mix and is available through Critter Cavalry in Franklin, TN. She is 16 months old and loves pork rinds. My husband is also being shamed in this picture as he left the 6 bags of chips on the counter. he is 8 months old and weighs 30 lbs. She will probably not get any taller, but may fill out as he matures. Nova is very puppy like and has a lot of energy and intellect. She would love to play with children over 7-8 years of age, smaller children she might accidentally knock down with her enthusiasm. If you are interested in this unique little girl, click here for her petfinder profile.
After our walk, Neva got the name ‘Miss Sniffs Alot’ while Choco was named ‘Mr Pees So Fast.’ Can you see where he got her???
Our Golden Doodle Sophie likes being stinky. Being clean? Not so much.
Card Reads: “I pout when I get a bath “
We had to et the carpets professionally cleaned to clean up after Horton, who pees when he can’t help put the baby to sleep. He thanked us for the clean carpet in his own way.
I ate Mom’s paper mache butterflies and the suede sole to her slipper knitting project.
Mom likes her crafts, but I AM THE CRAFTY ONE!
I am ashamed so I even sat nice for my shaming photo.
After our degus (small rodents from Chili) took a spin in their balls, Penny got her head stuck trying to eat their little turds. Our little genius.
How can I raise a puppy I can live with if my puppy destroys the how to book?