You and your babies were put into the local animal control. Only 3 of them made it out with you. You were so stressed and concerned about those 3 that the rescue kept you until your pups were a couple months old. It was learned that while you learned to trust the foster home, you preferred males. You were also known to follow Winnie the Pooh's thought, “I wasn't going to eat it, I was just going to taste it.” 😃 One of your babies looked so much like a baby piglet that naming became fun, thus your name, Winnie. You were lucky to find a foster home with less dogs around and a big yard to explore. Turns out, they couldn’t live without you! What a wonderful new year you'll have! Wishing you the best Winnie.
You were the little girl of the siblings so your name, Kessie, seemed very fitting being that that is the name of the adoptive daughter of Rabbit, a small and slender blue bird. You were so different looking than your siblings too, but those eyes are the best. While here, you were just as sassy and playful as your siblings, but, oh, those looks you used to give when corrected made us laugh each time. You ended up in a foster to adoption home early and we missed your sassiness here; but, your human dad loved you already. We got to see you again when you had your altering appointment and how adorable you've become already. You really are a little gem, Ruby. I hope you've become a very confident little girl and love your life.
Did you know you came in with your sister? You were so unsure when you both arrived and then she found a foster home right away. While it took just a bit longer, you loved the other foster dogs here while you stayed here too. We had too many puppies with similar names so we usually said, Milly, Molly, Moo and you + some of the other girls always came running. Always shy, you caught the eye of a young couple ready to add a puppy to their lives. They fostered you until you were ready for adoption and you fell in love with their huge yard and all those leaves falling + squirrels! You and your new family are going to learn so much together and your human mom is so in love with you that we cannot wait to see you again to hear all about you, sweet Melody.
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.