Pups go home!

February 14, 2008 at 10:27 pm

Get the heck out of here! … But please come back to visit. :)

As promised, here is Wrigley the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Such a sweet little boy, I was glad to know he was going to a home with another pup. Wrigley LOVES other dogs! It’s also my pleasure to note that Wrigley’s sister has also found a great home! Good dogs!

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And here’s a beautiful lady. This gorgeous long-haired dachshund waited for just the right home. Sweet-tempered, patient, and everything else you could ask for in a pup, she had it all! And now she has a great home to top it all off. I’m sure she’s doing fantastic and I really look forward to hearing how wonderful her new folks think she is!

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One of the best puppies I know! Willow has found a home with all she’ll ever need. Her new owner tells us she has bonded well with her 8-year old and they are inseparable friends. She sleeps at the foot of his bed every night to keep watch over him. She is a good little shepherd and I am anxious for her to visit!

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Oh, Pugs! You have found the perfect home! Boisterous puppies need boisterous children, and I bet all these young folk are keeping each other VERY busy! And, these lucky brothers got to find their permanent home, together! Lucky dogs!

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-Sara!

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