The days since I've gotten home are a blurrrrr......
Non stop moving, art making, dogs coming in and getting them ready for transport.
We have topped our all time high of pups here. It makes me so sad that there are so many in need, not enough homes and people to rescue them. Everytime I leave the pound, a piece of me is left there with the ones I could not take with me.
I'm in a rush right now but wanted to put a post up for those of you that have been so sweet, to e-mail to see if I was o.k.
I'm still mourning the loss of my father in law, but am moving with the days and trying to catch my breath and enjoy every moment..
I'll post more tonite to try to catch up with my CHA trip and other news and pics of dogs..
For now here are some pics of a pair of Weimaraners that I pulled last week..
Please remember that for all purebred dogs, there is a purebred rescue somewhere.
Keeping this in mind if you have a specific breed that you love as an alternative to getting a puppy.
These girls didn't deserve to be at the pound as you can see from these pics..
They were soooo sweet, how could you not love these amazingly expressive faces.
Millie and Martha went to
Weimaraner rescue of the South but I had the pleasure of enjoying their company for a short time.
Yes, one of the dangers of doing rescue are.. Being nearly suffocated by BIG doggie kisses!!! (((Giggles)))
Will post more soon...
We had to sign a contract with the breeder that if we ever can't or won't take care of her anymore we have to return her to him. So she'll never end up in the pond. We are expecting pups from her now (already have new owners for most of them!) and will make the people we send the pups to sign a similar agreement.
I'm happy these ladies could go to a specialized place and I hope they find the perfect home!