As we were going through our book of dogs to adopt, I realized that some of the dogs are overlooked. Maybe they are too shy, or the wrong color or breed, sex, or age. Maybe they didn’t connect with the adopting family. But, I believe their is a family somewhere for each of our special guys and gals. So. . . .. here goes the Dog of the Week.
Pee Wee came to us on July 19, 2011 with 5 other brothers and sisters. They were around 5 or 6 weeks old and were found laying in a ditch along a country road that was barely traveled. They were very thin, mangy and hungry. The smallest one of the litter was a little black puppy with strange markings on his feet and the biggest ears we had ever seen. Because he was the smallest of the litter, we named him Pee Wee. Pee Wee had a rough start—not only was he skinny and the runt, he developed parvo, and almost didn’t pull through. After a lot of special care and lots of love, he regained his strength and his health and is now a sweet and beautiful guy, but a little shy around most people. He is making strides every week—visits us in the house, and enjoys being petted and talked to.
Pee Wee has had his trip to the Vet and is now neutered. Now he is ready for his new home—As he can see by the picture Pee Wee is tired of waiting. Call about him soon!
Oh, I forgot to mention, that Pee Wee’s brother and sisters all look totally different. Strange but true!!! Pee Wee may have a little German Shepherd in his background. It is a mystery that may never be solved.