Milo And His Sisters!

Here is Milo!!!

Milo is still here and it is a mystery to us!  He is fat and sassy and gorgous to boot. His little sister Cracker is still very tiny. We are thinking she may be a smaller   breed. It is always a mystery at 12 Hills.  Skittles is so sweet and I love the cute little dots on her left ear. Not sure if we have a recent picture of her, but will share one of Milo with you.  Let us know if you are interested. The puppies are 8 weeks old and have had 2 vaccinations and ready for their new homes.

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What a Crew!!!

Here is Bootsie!

Bootsie is white and Maggie Mae is black–they are the last 2 puppies of the Chow/Lab litter.  They have all their hair back and are adorable and anxious for their new forever families. Right now they are hanging out with the 4 puppies left of Freckles.  Skittles, Kibbles, Cracker & Milo are a little younger than the Chow Labs, but make up for it in size.   Milo is going to be the biggest of the crew.  They are all very healthy and eating 12 HIlls out of house and home. Call us and let us know if you are interested in any of these special puppies.

More Adventures of Bonnie and Clyde

What a pair–and may-be the title should be the mis-adventures of Bonnie and Clyde.  They have quite a story to begin with and it seems to get more interesting the older they are. A Deputy Sheriff had gone to a residence to check on a reported case abandoned dogs.  After looking around he found 2 little emaciated puppies starving in the collapsed pool.  If some water hadn’t been there, they probably would have died.

The puppies were brought to 12 Hills Dog Rescue and were given special care to get them back on their feet.  We named the puppies Bonnie and Clyde, because their adventure turned into a disaster.  We have been caring for them for the past few months and hoping that they would find the perfect home.  We thought that the perfect couple had come along, but after 3 days they decided that Bonnie was too shy and would require too much special care to reabilitate her.  Of course we took them back and both Bonnie and Clyde are back in their kennel tonight–and happy to be home. Maybe they weren’t quite ready to go out into the world–but it won’t be long.  We know that both the puppies are shy and their growth has been stunted due to the severe neglect they encountered.  We will continue to work with them—loving them until they find the perfect family that will love them and help them fully recover.  It has been a long road, but both Bonnie and Clyde are very special and we hope their next adventure is their forever home.