Puppies Visit!

May 26, 2009 at 9:09 pm

Yep! It’s time for some City Pups to stop by and say Hey!

First is Meagan, the beautiful gold Shih-tzu! Here she is on the day her Momma first took her home…

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And here she is today! She is six months old and was just spayed a couple of weeks ago. Her Mom says she is spoiled and precious as she can be, and she recently figured out how to jump up on the bed! They found her snuggling under the covers just this morning. :) Adorable!

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Oh man, I love that cute silly girl! ^_^

And here is a more recent pup we’ve sent home. This little guy is Blitzen (the second Sheltie-named-Blitzen that we have known)! He came by today and he was still super tiny, although his owner tells us he has doubled in size! Hard to believe! Plus, he seems to have a fabulous temperament and was very friendly to all of the people and dogs in the store! :) Great pup!

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I am so happy to see any of my puppies from the past come walking through the store! We are so proud of our pups and we want them to be healthy and happy forever. We hope that you all feel the same way about your beloved pets, so feel free to give them a big hug and a smooch whenever you feel like it. :D

See you soon!

~Sara

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