They Say a Picture Speaks a Thousand Words

Once in a while we capture something in the eyes of a dog when we take their picture.  That is so true with our gal Jerrie. We haven’t had her that long, but her face says so much. She expresses love and patience with those eyes. This week she shared her love with the new puppies. They came into 12 Hills scared and cold and she laid down with them and mothered them.  She sleeps on a pillow beside their pen and when they are out–they are with Jerrie.

The last 2 of Jerrie’s puppies are Bootsie and Maggie May—Jerrie was spayed this week and now she is ready for her new forever home.  She is really one in a million and we know that there is a special

Her Face Says It All

family out there for her.

I’m NOT THE LAST—I’M THE BEST!

This little girl is a gem. She was the smallest of the litter, and doesn’t like the word runt.  For some strange reason, I named her Cracker.  She is so soft and has a grayish brown coat of fur. I think they call it sable.  Anyway, she is waiting in the nursery shed with her friends Bootsie and Maggie May. We are hoping this week we can find new homes for each of them with wonderful forever families.  Of course we have 4 new puppies that came in this week to move there soon.

But then, that is another story for another day.

Cracker is a Cutie!

Sisters. . . .and Adorable!!!

Maggie May likes to play!

Take a look at Bootsie (white) and Maggie May(black).  They are the last of the Chow/lab puppies to be adopted. I think we may have saved the best for last.

It took quite awhile for all their hair to grow back–but it is so pretty, now.  To top it off they both have wonderful personalities–love to run and play and are very social. Better yet, they like to cuddle.  They are about 3 months old and ready for their new families.

I'm Bootsie