Sally #4 Yellow Labrador Retriever Mix Female 2 Years Old ID #2966
January 23, 2022
I had a very restful night’s sleep on my very first night! I’ve never slept in a crate at night but the yummy treats made it easy. I had a thick bed and get this a pillow!! I’ve never slept with a pillow and a blanket before but it sure was cozy. Not sure why I needed a bath this morning but my new FM gave me one anyway. Don’t worry I was very good for the whole scrub-dub-dub thing but I am NOT a fan of the hairdryer so my FM kept it on low. She even washed my ears! What’s up with that? I spent the day mostly chillin’.
I went for a few walks here and there and even took a ride to the park but the gate was frozen with about 6” of crusted snow. I really enjoy mealtime! FM puts canned food in with the dry food! FM even let us eat in the same room for dinner, supervised of course. This is Sally signing off. Bedtime is fast approaching!
January 22, 2022
Today, Sally, our approximately 2-year-old petite 43 lb Southern Belle from Mississippi made her way up north on probably THE coldest day of the year thus far. As you can imagine, her first potty break in PA was short and sweet. After that, she made a quick retreat to a warm and toasty car.
On the ride home, Sally took in all the sights in between the fountain of kisses and finally settled in the backseat for the long ride home. She couldn’t have been more grateful for the new adventures that wait for her. She is such a good girl!
She had a great ride home without even a peep. Her tail never stopped wagging and she looked intently out the window the entire ride.
Once we finally reached our destination, Sally’s inquisitive nature kicked in! She got to take a walk down the street with her new foster brother and sister. Everyone had a great time sniffing each other but it was still too cold to play outside so everyone headed in for an early dinner.
After all, two days on the road can make any girl hungry. Sally made it a point to explore every nook and cranny of the first floor. I could tell she was exhausted so I sat on the couch and she came up and snuggled up next to me. THAT’S all she wrote!!! Sally will be keeping you posted from here on out so stay tuned!
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