This last week has been a real whirl wind around here. I’ve had lots of my kids in and out of the house…in fact, it’s felt like a revolving door. It’s okay but I just need a day so I can stop and take a breath…and clean house…and get caught up around here.
I’ll tell you in the next week about the happenings. One of the biggest in and out events was that Buster found his home. He was my fastest turn around to date. We got Buster on Thursday morning and he went home Friday evening.
He was a hand full and my most challenging foster pup yet….all in a good way and complete puppy behavior but challenging none the less. Thankfully I had Kelli around to help. We both agreed…Buster was a 100% all the time. Either he was 100% active and rambunctious or 100% sleeping. There was no real in between with Buster.
Kelli was trying to peel some contact paper off of a shelf Kalissa had bought and was hoping to chalk paint. He’s Buster’s antics while Kelli was on the floor with him…mind you, I clicked these pictures all in row.
With the other pups I’ve fostered, they’ve managed life here with one gate…not Buster. He needed a stair gate too. He could fly up and down the stairs and would. Trust me..we had an awesome time with him. He just gave us a work out.
Kelli was glad to to just sit for a few minutes.
Friday evening we met his new family in Waterloo.
Buster has a new family complete with another dog Carly who is a beagle/king charles cavalier cross. The dogs have a great fenced in back yard that Buster is sure to love. He’s lucky too as members of his family work first and second shift so he’ll not have much alone time.
I just love happy endings and Buster is definitely going to have one.