Itty Bitty was born May 01, 2016. She was so tiny compared to the others that we made sure she always had a place during feeding. When the puppies ended up at the emergency er vet office, she weighed in at 1.22 pounds, a pound lighter than any of the others. While there, a tech warned us that she would end up being the naughtiest. At first, we agreed, but as the weeks went by, she was a shy girl who just loved to play. Taking the 2 girls to the dog park was the best decision we ever made. First, the girls liked to play and it gave them a safe, big place to run and meet other dogs. Second, she met her forever family there. It was a habit for her forever family to bring their dog every Sat. morning and the girls would also be there if nothing was planned that morning. Itty Bitty seemed to come out of her shyness and played with their dog and would greet her soon to be human dad without hesitation. The meet and greets at the dog park and the sleep over during an event we were at happened quickly, but happily. When they were contacted the next day about when they were bringing her back, they said they weren't! That may sound alarming, but we had already seen their home and knew all was fine. Arya loves her canine sibling and humans and has grown into a fine, polite young dog. Love you Itty Bitty, I mean, Arya!
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.