Puppies go home!!

December 26, 2008 at 11:34 pm

Oh boy! Look at these good little dogs finding their perfect home for the Holidays. :) I am so happy for them!

The holidays are not always the best time to bring home a new family member since there is often a lot of commotion, noise, and unusual activities in the home. However, for small families, couples, or single folk, the holiday season may be the perfect time. With time off of school and work, extra days off for a calm home environment can be just the thing a new puppy needs to settle in to its new home. Every person must make the decision based upon their individual situations!

These pups went home at just the right time. :)

Jack, our beautiful, amazing, perfect miniature long-haired Dachshund found a great home with another mini Dachshund named Jewel. Here he is with his new Mom, Angie!


And here is another great baby, Rosalina! (Formerly Sophia Smooches :) Santa Claus came in and picked up Rosalina for a little girl and Rosa has already been back in to visit our groomer to get bathed and freshened up. Congratulations, all!


I wasn’t able to get a picture of our little Bichi-Poo, Flora, before she went home on Christmas Eve! I hope she and her new family had a wonderful Holiday. :) Her sister, Fauna, is still here at the store and looking for her special home.

Happy Holidays everyone, puppies and people all!



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