When someone said he wanted to adopt a puppy from us, we found baby boy. Turns out, the guy wanted a certain color puppy, which meant we had Tobi all to ourselves. He is still the youngest foster we have had to date as the person who had him kept changing when the litter was born. Where did his name come from, you ask? He had to have a unique name, not just your typical black and white dog type name. Look up pictures of Tobi, (トビ ) nicknamed Guruguru, and you will see why. He ate and slept and played in the following weeks he was here. Even though he was so young when he arrived, he learned the big dogs schedule quickly and followed suit each time. He loved going for walks even if it meant flipping while running along, silly little boy. When he was around 10 weeks old, a family began their adoption application. They even had a chance to keep him for the weekend the first day they met due to scheduling. I couldn't believe our little Tobers was going to his forever home at 14 weeks.
They came in together, but because we were sooo full, she found a foster home elsewhere. And what a beautiful face she has, don't you agree? She had no issues driving to the foster home and had no issues meeting the dogs already there. She is a very mellow dog and just seems to accept things as they are. Within 10 days, an application had been sent in for her. Well, sadly, once an adoption is finished, we don't have control over what may happen next. Even if you do everything right, sometimes things don't turn out. At this time, we wish to thank the Sheboygan Humane Society for putting Diva up for adoption in their facility. May she find that wonderful forever home soon! Thank you, Diva, for being such a princess of a girl!
Caliah Blue is an Irish Staffordshire. She is now 11 years old and a great first dog. She meets all the fosters with grumbling, but acceptance.