So Mommy has spent several days doing an inspection of Bradford Woods. In one of the private residences she found this! A PUG! And he was a rescue! Her professionalism completely melted away. I was told that she started baby talking, was down on all fours trying to kiss him, and his owner said "Wow! No one has ever greeted him that enthusiastically before!" Get this - His name is Pooper Skittles! (have no idea where that came from and don't wanna know)
So last Saturday I did my monthly working for KPR (Kentuckiana Pug Rescue) at Bella Dog Bakery. We raised $25! And Bella Dog Bakery showed us this new ad they are going to start running - it features Pug Rescue!
Here I am with this pretty girl Pug, Bailey, and her Mommy. Her Mommy gave me belly rubs. I really liked her.
Here's another picture of Bailey. Doesn't her "stuck on the side" tongue remind you of Clementine?
Look at this big dog that came in. I was like "whoa, you're a big feller."
Mommy made a new friend who is going to take a wedding picture of her and Daddy and draw a portrait from it, in exchange for some dog sitting. Mommy is really excited about this, because this lady has some beautiful work. And since they can't afford a photographer, a friend is taking pictures with a digital camera - so it would be nice to have a beautiful wedding portrait that they can hang in the living room. This lady is also going to draw portraits of me and Tootsie. So Mommy and Daddy are dog sitting for this lady's Pomeranians and their puppies.
Here is a picture of Gabby, the Mommy dog.
Here is a picture of Gibson, the Daddy dog. We love playing tag with each other.
Here are pictures of their babies! They were only 3 weeks old when these were taken. They had just opened their eyes. Aren't they adorable? Everytime they squeaked, I would whimper. I don't know why, but Mommy thought it was cute.
Mommy and I are going to try catching up on everyone else's blogs - but can't promise we'll make comments on them all. We're participating in the Take Your Dog to Work Day this Friday, so we'll have future pictures to share at a later date.