Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Survivors Three

We have not one, but three new dogs to tell you about. All three have their own survival stories, and all three will make wonderful companions.

Sugar is the eldest of the group so she can go first. Her elderly owner was no longer able to care for her, and unfortunately didn't have any friends or family to take little sugar in. She is about 5 years old and is Bichon/Poodle cross. She is all white, and is a very happy little dog. She loves people and is very friendly. Sugar is a great little lap dog and is content to lay at your feet, or on your lap while you watch TV. She does like to go for walks though, and is pretty playful. She has her favorite little toys and likes the squeaky ones! Sugar would make a great companion for an elderly couple, or someone who is looking for a well behaved house dog. She is very sweet, and is an easy dog to love!

Next we have Erinn. She is a cute little thing- and appears to be a Scottish Terrier cross. She is about 6 months old and is still a silly little puppy. She is very full of herself and is happy and tail wagging already. She was found as a stray in Cardston and was never claimed. It is not likely that she was ever indoors as she is just learning about slippery floors, and housetraining. Erinn will come around fast though! She is very clever and is already learning how to walk on a leash and live indoors. Erinn is very playful and LOVES toys. She will happily carry a toy around and is particularily fond of squeaker toys. She is a little unsure of other dogs, but is figuring out that they aren't that scary! This is a great little pup who with a little time and patience will be a fantastic pet!


And then there is Tyson- he has long skinny legs and a small pointy head that doesn't seem to fit with the rest of him. He is the most unique color combination of black, silver and wheaten. He will be a very striking looking dog as an adult. He is the youngest of the bunch and is about 4 months old. He is very sweet, and already is coming out of his shell. He is super playful and will be a very fun little dog! He adores people, and the thump, thump, thump of his tail can be heard through out the house! He is probably a Shepherd cross of some sort, and will be a large sized dog as an adult. He likes other dogs, and met his first cats today. Tyson will be a fun pup to have around and already is proving to be very smart. In just one short little walk he almost has this leash thing figured out!

All three of these dogs were named after this seasons "Survivor." We thought it was fitting.