Saturday, July 18, 2009

Puppy dog tails

Vet Girl and the brood visited over the weekend. They were here on Friday night and then again on Saturday for a BBQ.
Diablo in his finest. He is the sweetest German Shepherd. Full of energy and very curious.

Princess Destiny who truly believes she is the princess of all. She hates getting her picture taken.

This is the newset arrival, Little Vidia.
She and her siblings were found abandoned on a back road. A neighbor was walking her horse when she found them. She gathered them and took them to her horse barn. She said she had a "gut feeling" and went back to the area looking for the possibility of a few more pups. After searching for a while she heard whimpering. Sure enough there was another little boy puppy. He was timid and shy and she took him to be with his siblings. She bathed them, administered medical care/shots, pulled ticks from them and gave them food and water. After a week of care and attention and making sure they were not sick she is giving them up for adoption. She is keeping one and her sister and a friend adopted the other two. Vet Girl was smitten with this little girl and so she has joined the family.
She is a very sweet and adorable puppy. Thankfully this has become a happy ending to an otherwise sad story. These puppies have found loving homes. However so many dogs/puppies and cats/kittens are left to fend for themselves and it breaks my heart to know animals are abandoned to fend for themselves. Nichole & her "kids" have a banner on their blog where you can donate to the ASPCA. Feel free to hop over to her place to place a donation if you wish. The economy is not good but keep in mind that no matter how small the donation, every little bit helps.
Little Vidia sends puppy kisses to all who help stop animal cruelty.


Channon said...

What a dollbaby! Of course they couldn't resist! Thankfully there are rescuers for our 4-legged companions.

Anita said...

Good looking family of pups! :)
What a cutie, thank goodness for those people who rescue little puppies/kittens/etc!

Laura Neal said...

What a sweet looking brood of doggies. I myself love to rescue them. My two older boys are from a no kill shelter and my little rug rat, well...he came from the breeder. The ones who are rescued make the best dogs, they are so wonderful! I can't say enough good things about them.
The people who rescue them are angels.

Nichole said...

What cuties!