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Follow along as I share my endless adventures as a foster for my local county dog shelter. I get fosters in on a regular basis, so sit back and enjoy as I share many cute puppy photos and stories of the broken and scarred being restored and healed. Fostering is both rewarding and fulfilling, heartbreaking and heartwarming. It is truly an experience like no other.
Hey, all! Sorry it’s been so long since I posted. I wanted to jump on here with a small explanation for the lack of posting, though I cannot go into any detail, at this time there are… issues going on with the organization I have been fostering with for the last four years, ones that may end the connection entirely, and sadly for this moment in time, this blog is on hold until things are sorted out. Thank you to each of you for your support of me and what I do, and I hope that one way or the other, there will again be fosters coming in at some point in the future so I can continue sharing with everyone. Thank you again, and my apologies for any disappointment!
Maple & Nutmeg (now Ash) are doing great in their new homes! Both love their crates, are quickly learning potty training, and are a complete joy to their new families! I just love getting updates, it’s wonderful to see the result of all that hard work.
Charlie, (litter name, Rush) checking in to say, Hi! He is doing great and is just the best boy. One of his favorite places for napping is this chair, right beside his owner.
All of the pups had people waiting to adopt before the event even started, it was crazy! I was pleased with all the homes and new owners, they are great and I can tell each pup is going to be so loved! Got to see miss Fiona again, and also Poppy from Peach’s litter stopped by, seeing her recognize me was the sweetest thing! ❤ It’s always such a strange feeling, being overjoyed seeing the pups get adopted by their adoring new owners, and yet being saddened by saying goodbye, I feel so empty, and coming home to the quiet tears my heart out! 😭 Goodbye my darlings.
Could it get anymore sleepy or cute!? 😴😍
Happy 9 weeks to my five very big littles, and 14 weeks to miss Peach! Once again it has arrived, the last weekly photos for this litter. This Saturday is the big event and there is already a long line of people wanting these guys, so have no doubt they will find homes very quickly. They have come far, both with their training and socialization, and each is such an amazing pup! I really love this litter, they have the kindest, most gentle temperaments, so typical of the breeds. Next few days are going to be jam packed with preparations for the big day, and giving them all the snuggles possible before we have to say goodbye.