Daisy and Scout

January 14, 2017

DAISY HAS BEEN ADOPTED BUT SCOUT IS AVAILABLE  

12/20/16

daisy-and-scout Conflicting paperwork shows Daisy is only 3 or 4 years old. Her birthday is May 17 but it unclear if she was born in 2012 or 2013. I will say this, she is all puppy!! I was not prepared to travel with an extra puppy so I had to borrow a crate for transport because she was ready to play!!  She is a sweetheart, loves people, loves the kids and does adorable wiggles with happiness. She is potty training beautifully; not an accident in the house! She has learned to go outside, do her business and then hurry back to the warm house!!  She loves to play with her baby boy and toys. She loves to run and play! She is loving her new found freedom. At night she sleeps in a crate and doesn’t make a peep. It is. It her preference but while she’s here, she will be crate trained and her new family can decide what’s best for her long term. Daisy loves to snuggle on the sofa and nap once she’s worn herself out. It’s only been three days so she is probably sleeping off some of that initial stress. Daisy would be great in any family that is looking for a young puppy. scout Scout is four months old and he is just the cutest, sweetest thing. He is spoiled rotten by four kids that are fighting over him at all times!!daisy-and-girls This is his first day here that the kids are in school so I am selfishly eating up my time with him before the kids come home. He loves to play with the kids, with toys and with his mommy. He is being crate trained and it’s going really well. He had one accident in the kitchen right after he arrived and since then, he has learned the pattern of going outside – although I do keep a very close eye on him and the clock. He’s a really good puppy and even though I’m exhausted at night, he’s pretty easy at this point. He sleeps a lot so that makes getting things done easier. He also likes the crate so that helps when I can’t watch him. He needs to be evaluated by an orthopedic doctor. He has (in simple terms) a “floating knee”. We are hopeful that he will just require a session of water therapy and be on his way. As he gets older he may need more water therapy or a surgery. We will know more once he’s seen by Dr. Howe-Smith. The condition is not visible to me, nor are any affects. He looks and acts like a normal, healthy puppy. scout-video He is enjoying extra time with his mommy, although she will most likely be adopted before him and then we will work through that separation. In the mean time, we are soaking up every minute with these two together.

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