It’s been a bit since I’ve talked about fostering dogs. When I last left you CeeCee and BeeBee were here.
I got them just before Thanksgiving and BeeBee was the last to leave. I think she left on the 10th of December.
In the middle of that, I was scheduled to get more pups but then the poo samples on the pups came back and they had some not-so-good parasites so we decided it was best to keep those puppies away from the ones I had.
Then I did the transport for these two very stinky abused Labradoodles.
I’ve been watching the rescue that I delivered these two to and they both have been adopted. That really warmed my heart.
Then, Gannon, my grandson was in the hospital and we decided I should take a break until we were in a routine with him, plus I was going to be away for two days over Christmas.
Gannon is stable now. Not over having his tubie for feeding but at least eating some now again. Plus, we’ve gotten into a routine with him that is manageable for everyone.
On my way home from our days away, HEART Animal Rescue contacted me and asked if I could take some puppies. Of course, I can. It’s been quiet around here without extra dogs!
So…this is the plan.
Today I am going to pick up …Juno. She has a vet recheck. She had an umbilical hernia that needed to be repaired and now she’s ready for a follow-up. She has a family that is ready to adopt her and will be getting her on Saturday so she’ll only be here for a bit.
She is coming to stay with me because the rescue picked all of these guys up yesterday. These are from the same farm that previous pups with poo issues came from. These will be treated and then on Saturday when I bring Juno to meet her new family, I’ll pick up the two brown puppies.
These guys…All of these are some mix of Australian Shepherd.
If you’ve been a blog reader for a while, what was your first thought when you saw the brown puppies? YEP. I think they are Rusty’s sons. Oh my. I hope after following along with my blog posts about foster pups you can see why it’s so important to spay and neuter dogs…and to get puppy mills closed.
These two boys are really little and need names. We don’t want them to be too close as it’s hard to keep track of applications and names. BeeBee and CeeCee was a nightmare…then we had Billy and Bobby. That was bad too. So we need two names that might somehow go together but not be too alike.
I would love some input…leave a suggestion in the comment section.
As always if you are interested in adopting a puppy, please put in an application by following THIS link. These guys will need a vet check and then they will likely be ready to go to their new homes. The bigger single dog might be fixed before it is adopted out as it is an older pup around 5 months old. For the others, I don’t know the age for sure yet. Likely they are around 9 weeks. I don’t have all of the details on these…they will likely be mini or toy Australian Shepherds. I’ll let you know more when I know more. You are welcome to put in an application now so you can be preapproved. Then once the puppies are listed, you can be at the top of the list to possibly adopt.
I’m excited to have puppies again!! I think the kids will too.