I doggie sat for Deb while she was out of town on business. I had George and Pea Pod for a few days! OMG, they were SO, SO sweet. They are both SO tiny, they made my girls look like giants! Little George is so gentle and he has the cutest face. He really is a great looking dog, he is so special. The shelter said he was old, but he doesn't act it, no cataracts. Little Pea is tiny but has NO fear, she was all over the place and boy, can she jump. The shelter said she was 15 years old, NO WAY, much too active and inquisitive for that age. Not the slightest hint of arthritis, great appetite. She acts like a puppy. The hubs and I kept looking at each other saying "we can't have FOUR dogs". And quite frankly, I think they both need some undivided attention, where they each would be the star of attention so they can continue to blossom. I only have two arms. I hugged two of them and the other two would look at me like I was breaking their hearts and it killed me. But we are at the brink. The hubs has often said, he would like a little boy. What a dilemma. Here are a couple of pics of them. The first one is of George giving a rasberry to the girls, the second is him asking "what you got there?". The last two are of Pea, I call the first one her "what you talking about Willis?" face. They need perfect homes, spread the word!
OMG I love the tongue sticking out too,cracked me up. Shelter personnel have a hard time aging dogs,it's hard they go by teeth and condition and if you've lived a rough life it will age you beyond your years.
Oh if I only lived closer,had a bigger house,heck a bigger bed (5 dogs now),I'd be all over these guys.
Oh are they cute.:wub::wub:You've got those looks down I hope they get homes really fast...they're too wonderful not to. You know once you have two, they are kind of like potato chips. You just have to have more. (Here I am saying that with only one B))
I know what you mean about the arms thing... we get stymied by our 3... they always want lovins when someone else is getting lovins, but we manage. *Besides, George is a wee one, he only counts as 1/2 so you should def think about it!!! *
they are so adorable! There's a little one in GA that I am in love with but we're just not sure its a good idea so we are holding off But, both of these two are so cute and I love love love the "Deb" cut!
Yeah I deal with the 2 hands 5 dogs perdicament too,so I have to sit on the floor and just scoop them all together for a group hug...:sLo_grouphug3:
At least when Al's home I have reinforcemetns from the hug department so no one gets left out.:grouphug:
We'd have to get a bigger bed though.We might have to just have matresses all over the floor to accomodate more doggies I guess. It'll look like a "60's love in".
Gigi, I am sending my thanks to you also for helping Deb and AMA out. We are still waiting on the repeat liver test for George before putting them on Pet Finder and I do have two active applications on him. Soooo if you are thinking of getting this boy, better do it fast. LOL Thank-you also for the pics of Sweet Pea. Deb has been photo challenged lately.
AMA is also getting another rescue girl on thursday and we pulled a very cute male from Baldwin A.C. yesterday. He is very , very sweet and cute also. I think bigger then George though. Hope to have pics to share of all the new kids soon. Hugs, Edie
What adorable faces they both have! I have a real weakness for seniors. They are so mellow and wonderful to live with. I hope they find their perfect homes...that is, if Deb can part with them. She adores the seniors, too!