Happy Tails from previous years select from the list below:
7/18: Hi Kerri, The adjustment
process is going well! Consider Annie adopted. She is doing great.
She met my sons Lakeland and they got along well. We just love the
breed. Thank you for everything!
Annie had a real nice ride home. She slept most of the way. So
far, so good. She seems to be adapting very well! Thank you
for all your help! We are very happy with her. She is so sweet.
Thanks and have a great night.
Morning Cathie, Timi finally barked last night, it was so cute I
went to go upstairs and he wanted to come with me then I heard him
bark 3 times, so cute, he's really getting attached to me now
following me all over. He did cry a little bit after Tony put him in
his crate about midnight but he stopped and was fine until I got him
out at 5 this morning. I took him outside and he went pee pees and
poops again right away, then I brought him in and fed him. I left
him in his little bed upstairs in our room with Tony, the door was
shut so he couldn't get out. He is such a joy I love him! I'm
so glad I was the lucky one to get him. Thank you again. My daughter
is going to go get him after so he can play with her poms. If you
have a cell phone I can always forward you pics of him. Have a great
Cathie, Did you get my pictures last night of Timi playing, he has
really adapted to us and the dogs next door. We play with a lot now
that he feels like he's home. He is so sweet, we really love having
him, he's such a good little dog, he's doing great with going
to the bathroom outside. He sleeps in his crate and we never hear a
peep out of him until I take him out at 5:00am. Then Tony is with
him most of the day unless he has errands to run. I noticed
yesterday he used the pee pee pad while we were out. If you have any
questions feel free to call me anytime. Thanks
7/17: I brought him in on Monday to meet Dr Haroules, she said
he was in great health. Yes they did say he has to fast the night
Yes we definitely want to keep him, I forgot how much joy a little
dog brings into our lives. Thank so much
& Spike also adopted from Yorkies Inc.
competition with Spike for my attention! He and Spike both follow me
like ducklings, want to be picked up and are with me all the time.
He has his belly band on, but it is not wet! When I take him
outside, he pees out there, will probably have to wear it only a day
David thinks he's precious, so do I... I've heard a couple of loud
breaths, once around dinner time, and once earlier in my office.
When I picked him up after the first honky breath and cuddled
him, he was good, back to normal breathing. Hopefully, it's being
somewhere new. He has investigated everywhere and slept a little on
a bed I have in my office. Fingers are crossed!
Thanks again for making the trip with little Jo!
More later, Cookie
7/1:We've had a little bit of a rough night, possibly because JoJo
was in an unfamiliar sleep space. Put his bed on our bed, but he
didn't sleep in it. He honked for about 2 minutes before sleeping.
Then, Pippa woke everyone up at 3:30 to go out. When we all
returned, JoJo honked for about 5 minutes. I gave him the CVS
medicine and he eventually settled down again and went back to
sleep. We'll see if it's simply being in a new place. Not ready to
give up yet, hopefully the honking will stop completely in the next
day or so, as he acclimates to us and the new situation. He's very
loving and has attached himself to me, like Spike! I'll let you know
how he is during the day today. So far, he and Spike have both
pooped upstairs this morning, but that's the easy part to deal
with. Right now, he's at my feet with Spike! Will chat later, hugs
back to you, Cookie
really good this morning. David had a friend arrive to help him put
up a gate in the fence and another person came by, and he stayed
calm as ever, while Rosie and Billy greeted the people with barks.
He's been in my office with me & Spike, sleeping in his bed or on a
blanket that Spike uses. He's staying between the office & bedroom,
mostly wherever I am. Downstairs, he's just exploring around the
kitchen and living room. What chaos at mealtime! I can't imagine how
you handle it, even in shifts! Jojo tries to steal everyone's food,
so we have to hover over them all to keep them at their own bowls!
They all get different food, too, like yours, with Pippa on low
protein, Spike on low-cal and the others on regular kibble & moist.
good day, good night, not a honk in sight! Everyone slept through
the night. (hey, I'm a poet ) Actually, he had a couple of
almost-honky breaths when he was again on the strange bed last
night, so I gave him a dose of his med as preventative, and he (and
the rest of us) had a perfect sleep, all night. We'll try tonight
with no medication and see how he does. He's becoming fast friends
with Spike, lying down together on the couch. Probably because they
spend so much time together with me! Breakfast was better this
morning, we hovered again and set him further away from the others
(who are already spread across the kitchen floor!). He seems to
cough a little on the larger kibble, so he'll have just the tiny
ones. You said that is Natural Balance as well? Is it for small
breeds? He's curled up in his bed in my office, so all is good.
Talk soon, Cookie
Hi Cathie, Great day & night! No honking at all, and no meds.
Fingers crossed...Billy is the only one affected by the thunder,
Spike & JoJo were oblivious, which is good, since it's predicted
again today & tomorrow. Plus fireworks in the distance. Have to find
Billy's thunder shirt! JoJo looks a little sad in this pic, but I
just interrupted him curling up for a morning nap. I think he's
liking us :-) . He and Spike swap beds and blankets in
my office during the day. I went out a couple of times yesterday for
short periods and my father said he behaved himself, no problems.
When he picked up JoJo to his lap, Pippa, already in her place on
his lap, was the snarly one. She's normally ok, it was having
someone else on Poppy's lap with her! That's HER place! What a
tribe! I don't know how you and Kerri manage all the pups you take
in! More later! Cookie
Cookie w/Rosie, Spike, JoJo, Pippa & Billy
7/5: And another good day & night...!! I took Spike down to the
grass this morning and JoJo followed right down the ramp! He can go
up and down now, what a smartie-pants! I think we should start
adoption proceedings, don't you?! Many hugs, Cookie
7/6: Whoopie! YAY! His new permanent family! We all love JoJo
Kirwan! I'll make a donation shortly! Spike and JoJo just had a
bath... I have to tell you that he had a few little honks after the
bath, maybe for 20-30 seconds, but got quiet and relaxed very
quickly when I took them out to cuddle in the sun, where they dried
in minutes. Later, I was hanging laundry and he came right down the
ramp to find me! Now they and the others are napping. That's a good
idea to titer the little ones instead of all the vaccines. Never
even considered that possibility. Thank you sooooo much, Cathie!
I'll definitely keep you posted and will send a pic of the fluffy
boys when they are up & about! ox, ox, ox,
Cookie and David Kirwan
7/7: JoJo is an expert at running up the ramp now to get up to the
deck. He needs no coaxing! Last night was quiet again. And today was
a test of leaving them all for 5 hours (David and I had to go out)
with our folks. He and Spike and all others did great! They went
outside and had no accidents. They were all so good. Tomorrow, bath
time for the little boys and more updates!
Gizmo now G-Mo
Gizmo (now G-Mo).... G-Mo is loving life with us, and has settled in
perfectly with our pack! He loves going for walks around the
neighborhood, and stopping by the beach. He is a sweet little
snuggle bug, with a wonderful personality and we love him to pieces!
Lisa & Jeanette
Hi Kerri,Thanks for getting back to
me….I stayed home the first day and took time out yesterday and she
is great outside….didn’t seem to like the grass as much as the
pavers but learned quickly the grass was the place to go as she’s
very smart and really wants to please. She
goes all night with no accidents(which is good cause she sleeps with
me and my hubby). But when she’s in the kitchen during the day with
pee pads down she is not using them and going on the floor. Mostly
pee and one poop this morning but that was my fault, I didn’t wait
long enough outside to make sure she went. I am not sure if my
area is too big and she is confused so I will try her in a smaller
area and see if that works….It’s not a problem we can’t fix just
trying to figure it out …which I will;) Thanks for your input;)
6/25: Hi Kerri, Just wanted to touch
base with you regarding Sophia. She is really coming along well
and even follows me into my room which requires her to do one stair
which she does quite well now. She is doing most of her potting
outside now with only a few accidents in the house but does not seem
to know what a pee pad is for cause she lays down on it if I put one
down....lol. She is even trying to make friends with my honey and
walks beside her when outside...it's fun to watch. She sleeps with
us and the first few nights was awake a lot but now sleeps deep even
if I get up in the middle of the night. I do believe she is a
keeper! She seems happy with us and we already love her....if its ok
when her stitches come out I would like to take her to my vet.
a great ride home, ate very well and is settling in. Our cat loves
her and is grooming her also. So far so good. Molly is letting her
know what is her's. Jenna is sleeping on my lap and Molly on Dave's.
Just took Jenna out and she peed outside, we did go to the store and
bought Cheerios that was here treat. Thank you so very much!!
6/14: Jenna visiting neighbors. They also put up a welcome home for
She's doing great!! Has had only 1 accident in the house. Goes to
work with me and loves it. She and Molly starting playing together
last night. We just love her. She has her forever home and
couldn't be a more perfect addition to our family. Thank you so
had her new haircut. It took twice to complete it. She was not to sure of it @
the groomers so we had the traveling van come to the house and that worked
perfectly. She is doing great and we just love her, Thank you Deb
well :) She is settling in nicely, ate all of her dinner and is
playing and exploring!
6/15: Day 3 here and 1st day we
let her eat with Bailey and Cooper. The boys switch dishes during
meals (no idea why) but we let her eat alone for the first two
days. Cooper tried switching dishes with her, she gave a tiny
growl and Cooper went back to his. It was cute! She's napping with
the boys on the couch.
They all play
with her toys. The purple bone is the fave...All
is well :-)
6/61: She's not
going anywhere. She is such a good dog. Everyone is getting along.
We love her!
Hi Just wanted to send a quick update that Whoopie is doing great.
She has settled into the routine and acts like she has been here for
months. She loves going to the park for walks and rides well in the
car. I could not have asked for a sweeter more well behaved little
pup. Her personality comes out more and more every day. Thank
you for everything.
6/9/14:Hi Kerri, Inky brought his squeaky toy to bed with him last
night and was playing with it before he went to sleep. I see what
you mean about wanting to bolt out the door we are buying a gate so
that cannot happen. He really has such a personality I am enjoying
him so much. When should I give him his frontline? My last dog
always got it the first of the month.
Hi Kerri, Inky is doing great. He slept in the bed with us all
night. I just love him to pieces already! He is so loving. Thank you
so much for all your help. Anytime you are in the area please stop
in for dinner or a drink and to see my boy...
I cannot tell you how wonderful it is working out with Brody, I
love him so much, his little personality is really blossoming and
when he wants Simi to play with him, he goes up to him and barks
in his face. Then of course, with all the toys and chews we have
around the house, each has to have what the other one has. You
were part of giving me the idea that adopting him would be
possible and I am truly grateful. Thanks you very much.
Kerri, We can't let her go to another home...it would not feel
right. She is staying! Bindy continues to do well. She went to the
groomers yesterday. She was an angel. I took her for a ride to
visit my 95 year old aunt in the nursing home.....she was so good.
She really is doing great.
Rosie & Bob
Cathie, Just giving you an update on Benny's first night. As
you can imagine yesterday was a lot for him, but he did well.
He seems to be doing well in our house and we are giving him
a lot of love and reassurance. At first he seemed
o.k./indifferent towards Molly our poodle this morning showed
signs of aggression. My mother's dog and our cat were another
story all together. He was very aggressive which surprised us
since her was so "Zen" at your house with all the other dogs.
He seems to be consumed with the chase, even when the kids
ran around the yard he wanted to herd them. Did he act this
way with you? We are working to correct this behavior, do you
have any suggestions? We understand this can be yorkie
behavior because our beloved Chester had trouble playing nice
with other animals too. Other then that he seems to be o.k.
and happy. I'll keep you posted on his progress.
We are applying all the same techniques you are and he is responding
slowly. We definitely want to keep Benny, he's a sweet boy and he
is very smart . We're committed to getting him over this. I'll keep
you posted on his progress. I have enclosed some pictures of our
boy (we have been taking a lot) Christine
JC now Jayce
Settling in fine.
Don't worry. Doing great. So nice spending time with you. You're
very special to take such great care of all the little loves. We
admire you! Thank you for entrusting us with JC. We promise to
treat him like a little Prince. Love to you, your husband and the
Sue, Rich and
5/17: We're happy
we found each other. Funny how things usually work out! I knew we
would find the perfect dog to fill our hearts back up with joy after
Budman and Jadu passed. Thank you! If you ever get another rescue
that would be a good fit with JC & Jackie, please let us know.
Hi Cathie -- Thought you might be wondering how JC is doing.
Rich took him to our groomer's for a trim today. Alyssa said
he was a model client. No squirming, nipping or whining. He's
a sweet dog. He's still trying to find his place with us. He's
just starting to play with his toys. I've been extending our
walks and bonding times this week which seems to help him.
He's struggling a little with self-confidence. His appetite is
good and he sleeps very soundly. He's learning how to give me
a hug which we both like a lot! We're not sure how to help him feel
more confident other than letting time heal his insecurities and
continue to do what we do. Hope this finds you doing well. I
imagine you still have all those little darlings in your care.
6/18/14: Jayce is
doing great now. He's finally realized he's not going anywhere.
He's arrived at his forever home. He's playing catch with us now
and loves to go for walks exploring the neighborhood. Jackie is
happier having a companion in the house again, too. She's 16. Rich
was just saying last night that she may live to be 20! All is good
and happy in our home again. If you think any of your doggies would
be a good fit, our door is always open!
Love Sue and Rich
dog is just perfect. She just seems so comfortable here and I just
love her....she is using her P pad and has pooped outside. That's
the base news but for the BIG NEWS...she just is so good, and
sooooo DELIGHTFUL!! She has not had a frightened moment and is
just making me so happy. In fact I couldn't be happier on top of
that she is gorgeous !!! Not to mention adorable and sweet, there
just aren't enough superlatives..
could ask for anything more. Thank you so much...Hope. You had a
great day at Brim. And found some treasures because I
certainly did right there in Taunton thanks to you. It's really
Kismet...I will send out the signed contract tomorrow. THANK YOU,
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!!!
l is well....she gets better every minuet. She is really
calm...Slept great last night, right up against me and so very
good, she is using the pee pad and when she goes out side I give
her tons of "good girls" I don't think it will be long until she
only needs the pad for emergencies...as I have already said SHE
IS PERFECT...I had to go out this A.M. And I put her in the
crate she walked right in ,laid right Down, I waited outside and
looked in the window and she was as snug as a bug in a rug. When
I came back I had some grocery bags with me, I put the ice cream
away and she just sat there waiting quietly. She hops around
when someone comes in but no crazy stuff at all, she absolutely
loves when she has new
company and have I mentioned that _SHE IS PERFECT? Thank
you..........SHE IS PERFECT...
and she is eating as instructed and liking... And I meant to
thank you for the SWAG BAG !!!!!!!
6/5:Hi Cathie ...well all is perfect with the "little girl" I
love her more every day......she is so very good...I left my
iPad at a friends house last week and just got it back. Yuck
-the amount of email was unreal you don't seem to notice it
when you clear it every day...just wanted to tell you how
happy we are...had to wait for the doc. appointment till
next tues. He was on vacation and I really wanted her to go to
him first because he is the best, I've always brought my dogs
to him.....just wanted to tell you that we are very, very,
very, HAPPY...Thank you so much....
again - We had a nice ride home. Buddy settled right down after
about a mile on the highway. He slept a lot or was at least calm.
He laid in the middle with his left side on the pillow and his
right side on my left hip. We
came home first so we could all get "watered" and then went to our
Town Hall and changed Rowdy's license over to Buddy as I had just
gotten Rowdy's license in mid-Feb. and he passed 2/28. So now he
is LEGAL! When we came home first we spent a little time and Buddy
checked out the house and we got his stamp of approval. No worry
about his doing stairs or jumping up on the bed and down again.
Then we went to our local "doggy shop" - Pawsitive Thoughts - and
got some food and treats. Then we came home and Buddy and I
watched the rest of the Sox game (darn, they lost). He laid right
beside me in the big chair the whole time. I think he may have
told me he had to pee, as about mid-way through the game, he got
down from the chair, turned and looked at me. So, I took him out
and he indeed peed. Good boy!
I fed him about
4:15 as he seemed hungry. Mixed the food 1/2 and 1/2 and he
gobbled it right down. After our supper, 5:30, we took him for a
little walk and he peed again and also pooed. In the next few
days we will be able to establish a feeding schedule and a peeing
and pooing one. He is now laying on a throw rug behind me in my
upstairs computer room and is fast asleep. He had a busy day! He
is a real sweetheart and I think he and we will work out just
fine. Best wishes to you and thank you so much for working with
us so we could adopt Buddy. Take good care, Judy
Cathie - We are all great. Buddy is fitting right in. He seems
to really like us and his new home. We had a great night. I took
him out at bed time, about 11:00 pm and he did his pee. Then he
slept with me and I spread his blanket on the other side and he
slept wherever he wanted. I usually get up at night to go to the
bathroom - twice!! Very annoying. He just watched me go and
happy when I came back, then just settled down again. We slept
well all night. We woke up about 7:15 and I got right up, threw
on some clothes and went right out. Peed again!! I have been
watching him pretty closely and as far as I can see he hasn't had
any "accidents" in the house. He really tells me when he has to
go out. We will just keep working with him and I am sure we will
eventually establish a schedule. When we came in I gave him his
breakfast and he gobbled it right up. I don't know if he will
crate train or not. It isn't really necessary, but for an
experiment I put 2 small treats at the entrance to the crate
which, of course, he gobbled up. Then I tossed 2 more in the back
of the crate and he went right in and got them. Of course I
didn't close the door. We will take it slow and see what
happens. He is such a friendly little dog and he loves to always
be with someone.
We went for our usual food shopping trip this morning and he sat
in the car with Brad while I rounded up the groceries. Was
excited to see me come back. When we were outside, he met two of
our neighbors and they think he is wonderful. They both said they
knew we would get another dog. Just a matter of time. I don't
feel really comfortable without a dog. I have had dogs all
through my life. My mother used to breed and raise Cocker
Spaniels. I have also had some cats, but I am really a dog
person. He is a great little dog! We are very lucky to have him.
I meant to ask you what the bottle of liquid and the tube of
ointment are for. They say for his ears, but according to the
date - mid Jan. - to use for about 4 weeks. What sort of ear
problem did he have? I am assuming it is all cleared up now as
his ears look fine. We have an appointment with our Vet Monday
morning so she can meet him and start a new record. I know she
will love him too. Thanks so much for everything and we will stay
in touch. Best, Judy
Mandy & Sandy
We are in LOVE with them and they will be staying!!! No reactions
except for face licking which we have been trying to limit to
cheeks…Mandy officially LOVES car rides she no longer cries and
pants... She is very comfortable in her booster seat with Sandy. Let
us know what the next steps will be…
Walter, Lisa, Matthew, Eric, Sandy & Mandy Hermenau
Kerri, Sandy and Mandy have added a new dimension to our family that
we didn’t even know was missing until they joined us. They are an
absolute delight and are so loved by all of us. They are adjusting
to our family very well and are almost 100% potty trained outside
and they love going for walks and rides in the car in their new car
seat. Thanks for allowing them to join our family!
Lisa, Walter, Matthew & Eric Hermenau
wanted to update you on how life has been with Bella and
Bailey. Its been absolutely fantastic. They are great! We
have doggie booster seats for them in the car. They're working
very hard on getting used to them. Bella was chillin' from
the get go but, Bailey took an extra couple of rides to
finally feel safe enough to relax. They are very well behaved.
We're working on getting them to do their business outside.
That needs more time. We feel it'll happen soon. Laurie is
training them to obey her commands. Did you know that they
love laps? We just love them. Talk soon,
Update 7/2/2014: Thought you'd both get a kick out of these.
Lovin' our babies. Bella & Baby at NYC Pride!
Cheryl and Laurie
Kerri, Lucy is adjusting to her new home. She loves walking around
in her back yard and she seems very happy here. She loves her
doggie bed and her blanket. She is always wagging her tail and
happy to see us. Everyone has been getting along too. With the
weather getting warmer I am sure she will be out more.
Georgie is doing very well and we are absolutely in love. We
couldn't be happier! Thank you for everything. Anytime you are in
Hull and want to say "Hi" to Georgie, just let me know!
Jill and Patricia
Betsy now Maisy
Kerri, It has been 3 weeks since Maisy joined our family and we
are all so excited to have her. Wesley is so happy to have his
Mom here and he has been so well behaved. They cuddle in the
sun and play with each other. She is also a spoiled girl in a
house full of boys.
ZuZu left & Patti now Tallulah right
Hi Kathy, Well one week in and all seem to be
settling in....Zuzu is coming around slowly. She
has her moments but they are fewer...Now Patti is
also finding her voice and place. Guess who can
do stairs now!!!!!! She is a love and things are
looking up :)
Hi, I just wanted to thank you also for
your patience. You'll never believe who is
getting along....they are sitting together with
us on the couch and playing!! I am very happy
with this :) I just saw Yorkies Inc got new
additions .....very cute! Thanks again
Maggie & Archie
holding Archie & Dan with Maggie
Cathie, Maggie and Archie are doing well. We are very blessed to
have them. They act like husband and wife. One minute hugging and
next minute complaining about something. Love being outside with
their dog buddies Shelby and Bella who live next door. Going for
walks, chasing anything, and sleeping together. Maggie gives
plenty of kisses and Archie needs his belly rubs. Thanks for
putting the joy back into our lives. Love. Kisses, Hugs, Licks
The Vettese’s~ Margie, Dan, Maggie & Archie
LuLu & Vincent
Vincent and Lulu (now Teddy and Lucy) are doing great. They seem
very happy that they are staying and we are thrilled. They have
stopped barking at every noise they hear, and seem more and more
comfortable and relaxed here every day. They are enjoying playing
with Brooklyn and sometimes even Lily. I did not plan to have 4
dogs, but am so happy that they are part of our family...my first
foster failure times 2!
Thanks for bringing them into our lives.
thought I could be a foster mom? It was a great idea my little Tony
would have someone to play with and another yorkie would get a
chance at a new home. Then Doogie came into our life, Tony loved him
so much and so did I so we are now a family of three and we are so
very happy. How could you not love this guy...
Moxie & Koffee
are doing well. We are working on potty skills. I almost have them
masters of the stairs for the bed. They snuggled so close to me
last night I thought I might squish Moxie. Koffee loves the yard
he even tried walking on the high snow. Marty is a little shy of
them. But, they are checking each other out. I think Moxie likes
him. I am sure once he gets used to them he will warm up.
3/14/14: Adopted Absolutely!!! I was always planning on furever!
They act like they've lived here all their lives.;-)
We have all fallen in love with him. He is such a love bug and
loves to snuggle with all of us. He checked out at the vet and is a
very healthy boy. He is a part of our family now and it seems as if
he has been with us forever. He has gotten used to being on a leash
and he loves to walk in the neighborhood. We are so happy he has
come into our lives!
Thank you for all you do,
The Whitehouse Family
Stephen Glass & his wife Judy
with their daughter Jen Conrad & family w/ Toby
so sweet and loving! He has not had an accident in the house and
we've been very committed to taking him out every 2 to 3 hours. He
has gone pee outside three times! He is great with the kids and my
husband also adores him. I will say he is very attached to me and
loves to follow me around. As far as the food, he really wouldn't
touch the bites that you had given to me, so I put just a bit of the
wet with the bites on top and that was it! Hopefully the more
confident he becomes here the more playful he will become. I think
he is still soaking it all in! We are in love though! I did attach a
picture of him snuggled into Michael's legs...Quick question though,
did he have a heartguard chew yet or no?
Toby with new daddy Michael
update3/3/14: I bought the Fromm Chicken A-La Veg and he loves it!
He is eating that in the morning and in the afternoon. I have to
say he has really perked up. This morning he went into Jordan’s
room and took a stuffed animal of hers and brought it to us to
play! He has even started to bark a little…we had friends over last
night and when he heard the car doors he barked and as soon as they
came in the house he went right over to them. We absolutely adore
him! Friday afternoon I am taking him to West Side Animal Clinic
where we have gone for years and he will have the stitches taken out
and a well visit follow up. I will definitely let you know how that
goes! Thanks for everything! Awesome-he is awesome! We are just
having a blast with Sir Toby
Cathie and John, We are home and all is going well. Punkin did
fine on the ride home and Mr.Bo has taken to Punkin like it is his
baby. Bailey is adjusting well and letting Bo take the alpha
role. We will keep you updated on their progress. We will send
along some pics during the week.
2/24/14:Good morning Cathie, Punkin did very well last night and
they are all doing well adjusting. We love him and he is
making a wonderful addition to the family. Thank you for all
the sacrifices you make in order to provide for these little guys!
Glenn and I felt like we were longtime friends.... It was
very comfortable being with you.....
2/27/14:Hi Cathie, Punkin is doing very well as are Bailey and
Bo..... We just love the lil guy! We have an appt on
Saturday to have him seen by our vet and suspect he will come away
with a clean bill of health. He certainly has a healthy appetite
and chows down so quickly that I have placed a couple of golf
balls in his bowl to help slow him down and it has helped giving
him a "better dining experience" :) I just groomed Bailey and Bo
and now they are all cuddled together. He loves to sit in our lap!
When we sit on the floor with him, he gets into our lap and
cuddles in :)He sleeps in the carrier at the head of our bed and
is very content in doing so. I am sure we a quite the sight to see
when we are all in bed.... Good thing it's a king bed! He has
quite the bark when he hears someone come in.... Quite the guard
dog! Shirley called this week to see how everything was going and
I sent her a couple of pics. Talk soon XO Diane
Cathie, You can update Punkin as "adopted". It was meant to be!
I was drawn to this little guy the first time I saw him. I
can't thank you enough for keeping me updated on him as that is
what got us to where we are now! I believe everything happens
for a reason and can say that the reasons are many when it comes
to Punkin. We met Shirley and Simi and then you and John.
Glenn and I have discussed often this week about what you and
John do for these little guys....We don't know how you do it for
soo many but we are very happy that the world has people like
the two of you. We will keep in touch and I am already planting
seeds that an even number would be better:). I think we are
very fortunate to have such loving husbands:)
are thrilled to be part of the Yorkies Inc family! We love you
and we have been singing your praises. I started the heartworm
today and will continue the 1st of each month. We will stay in
touch and we look forward to seeing you mid September for the 10
Cathie, I want to let you know that Punkin is doing well.
He is positioning himself as the alpha dog.... Quite
entertaining to watch!!!!! He does well sleeping at the head of
the bed in a little larger carrier then we picked him up in.
He is fondly attached to the little blanket you sent home with
him and we keep that in that carrier when he sleeps. His
appetite is very good and he gets a dose of exercise pouncing on
Bailey and Bo. Bo is papa bear always keeping an eye out
for him:). I will get a video of them to you soon.
Just a quick note to let you know Bently is doing just fine
and has blended in perfectly with our family. Like I said the
other day, you would not think he is new around here! He and
our other dog Sunday, who we adopted last July, have turned
into playmates. You should have seen Bently running around out
back the other day trying to catch up with Sunday! They run
up and down the hall with their toys in the their mouths,
taking them from each other when they reach their destination,
then start all over again. Bently is eating much better and
has fallen into our routine. I have my sweets at night before
bedtime, Bently and Sunday (and the cat) have theirs too, then
we are off to bed. He sleeps through the night. He and Sunday
snuggle between my husband and I. My cat is back on the bed
now too once my husband gets up for work. I have taken Bently
to my veterinarian and he received a clean bill of health and
I had him groomed last week as well. We all just love him!
Thanks for everything and will talk with you soon.
holding Lacie with Penny
wanted to send you a quick update on Lacie. She is a delight! She
has so much personality! She is doing great, eating well, sleeping
well (in her dog bed & in my bed) & is settling into a new routine
here pretty easily. She & Penny are getting along fine, still
getting to know each other. Last night was my first night working
since she arrived, she did great at my parents house, but I have
had her there almost every day for visits to get comfortable
there, which took about a minute! She even has her own dog bed
over there as well & she slept on it last night, & spent some time
on their bed. She is taking her medication every day without any
trouble, she is almost done with her antibiotic as well. I already
cannot imagine not having her here as part of my family. I don't
know how long you give as the "trial" period, but on my end, it's
terrific, I love her, & want to give her the forever home she
deserves. Talk to you soon.
Kelly, Penny & Lacie : )