She was pretty upset when two more dogs were left abandoned at our place. I wont' bore you with her words, her tears, or her frustration at the humans who decided they wouldn't be responsible for their dogs one more day.
So in order to keep them from being put to sleep or putting them into a strange environment with no love or attention she gave in and said, yes she would take them.
Little did she know that the dogs had not been vaccinated in years, no heartworm, and not neutered.
OK off the attitude, lets meet our new loves.
I have to say, even I was shocked at the handsomeness of this guy. Of course I am darn good lookin but this guy.....look at that beautiful coat. The shiney red and rusty colors. Oh my.
I mean yes, this poor boy has had some problems in his life, like he has one eye that has the curled in eyelid and so he has been in chronic pain for six years.
But my Doctor fixed the eye and neutered him and checked him for heartworm and gave him all his shots today so in a little bit of time, after the eye has healed and the (well you know) those other things are healed, he is going to be such a happy dog.
This is his little sis. She lookes even rougher but oh what a heart of gold. She needs to loose some weight, well a lot of weight and she goes into the doctor on Friday cause we wanna make sure she is ok before we try and find her a home too.
This little girl is the one I told you about in the last post that isn't housetrained but after three months, she finally used the doggy door yesterday. YEAH.....we are all so happy. Now maybe she will go outside when she wants to piddle.
Of course Little Willa was homeless but she is for sure got a home now.....WITH US.
Scrappy and Abby were both found wandering the streets a few years ago and after working with them, we tried to find them a home, but they ended up having some issues that made them really hard to adopt out so they have a home with us too. And I couldn't be happier. Especially Scrappy. Him and me are best pals and he is the only dog I do this too:
Just so you know, My Vickie is in a much better mood now and she is very very glad we are taking care of these guys. It may take a while to find the right home, but they are such sweethearts....so they can stay as long as they need to.
I on the other hand am a little worried that I am being put on the side burner with her taking care of all these strays, so if any of you (Who live in or around Utah) know of someone who would take really good care of these two PLEASE send her and email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks so much