The Paw Challenged One (PCO) has been hogging the computer for something he calls work. It looks to me like he just runs away from home and takes his computer with him to the nearest coffee shop. Meanwhile we have been busy.
Beth left for her new home. A very nice couple wanted to foster Beth, but we suspect that Beth is going to become a foster failure. A foster failure is when someone takes a dog to foster and then refuses to let it go. Last Tuesday we took Beth back to get her two week check up, she had some more work done on her teeth, but she had gained 1/2 pound. When you only weigh 27 pounds, 1/2 pound is a lot. She was doing better and showing some energy. The family came by with their three elderly Goldens, all three were happy to meet Beth. After spending some time together in our back yard, Beth decided she could accept their invitation. Two humans who are home all day, more time to spoil a dog she said. Beth sent a follow up e-mail, she said she went for her first walk and that she is getting spoiled, just as she expected. Just as she deserves. Below, Beth and her new family get aquainted.
We are happy to see Beth move on, we are sad to have her go. After 75 fosters, we are used to coming and going. But Beth had a special place in our hearts, we hope she finds happiness in her new home. Our house tends to be pretty hectic, busy and noisy. Beth was worried when Bella and I would bark at the neighbors and wrestle and growl while we played. Beth needed some quiet to regain her composure. Keep us informed Beth!
Below, Boo Boo checks out the back yard.
Mogley G. Retriever