Lil’ Daisy Rae is meeting some prospective pawrents tomorrow. My mom talked to them for a long time and of course she sent them here to do more research. Thanks to Jim and Rene for compiling all those useful links for prospective and new tripawd pawrents into one post! Ya saved my mom hours of work!!!!! Not gonna say more, dont wanna jinx anything. Just. Keep. Yer. Pawz. Crossed. Harrrrrrrrd!
Man! I wish I had opposable thumbs. Then I wouldn’t have wait sooooo long for my mom to post for me. Miss Daisy Rae is in a grrrrrreat foster home! Last Sunday 4 dedicated GSRNC volunteers (my mom among them) did a relay for this little cutie from Salinas to Chico. She was already gettin’ around like she had been a tripawd furever. Mom sez Daisy Rae was full of kisses (oooooh, wish I had bin there) and just as saweeeeet as her name. Wyatt buddy, you had this girl pegged from the start, didnja!
So, Miss Daisy Rae is hangin’ at her foster home, havin’ a great time with her foster sister (another young GSRNC girldawg, ohhhh man I wish I could drive!) and she gets her staples removed next Tuesday. Then we are thinkin’ she will be a.v.a.i.l.a.b.l.e! So pick a number, stand in line folks, for the sweetest ‘lil tripawd grrl on the planet! Here are some pix–on her way to Chico in the cone and then coneless (and much happier!) at her foster home. We’ll know more about Daisy Rae soon–she is closer to 8 months old than a year and has a little growing to do but she will be a little girl, at least compared to me! Her foster mom says Daisy Rae doesn’t know how to play with toys (but is learning fast), will be a good watchdog (must bark a little :), and follows her everywhere around the house. Start thinkin’ about it tripawd peeps!
Our favorite GSD rescue GSRNC (Codie Rae, Wyatt Ray Dawg, and me all owe our lives to this great group) wants to bring this sweetie into their program but they need a foster home for her. She is about 1 year old, from Monterey County, and was apparently run over by a tractor. One of her rear legs was hurt beyond repair so she will soon become a tripawd. She is currently with another rescue group but they are looking for a breed specific foster situation. Although GSD experience would be good, what she really needs most of all is someone with…..you guessed it……tripawd experience and lots of love to spare.
If you live in northern California, preferably in the greater SF Bay Area, wont you consider giving this little girl a safe haven until she finds her furever home? Please PM my Mom Martha if you are interested! We’ll keep you posted on any new developments………sure wish she could come stay with us……….
Team Tripawds had a great time at the Morris Walk yesterday! The weather was perfect, there was lots of goose poop (yum!), and we got to see old friends and make new ones! Bob and Emily and Spirit Cherry were there, Spirit Wrigley’s mom and siblings were there, Monty Montana (shepherd girls rule, yes they do!) was there with her pawrents, the pawtite princess (sigh!) was there, and Cemil and Maggie and sister Tani were there too! We walked in memory, and in honor of all of our Tripawd heroes, those who have gone on and those who are still fighting the good fight.
It is my 5 month ampuversary and it seems like a really good day to announce that I have become an official member of the Oaktown Pack! I pretty much knew this was my true furever home the moment I stepped in the door but it took my FP’s all this time (sheez!) to realize it. I thought they would never come around! I have worn myself out trying to convince them these past few months……being sweet and cute 24/7 is waaaay hard! And how about that obedience stuff? It took everything I had to be on top of my game and show them how fast I could catch on. I definitely got lucky ’cause its soooooo easy to look like a good boy next to Codie Rae! I gotta score that girl a big beefy bone for making me look so good!
Mom has me signed up for beginning obedience, not that I really need it, except for being around other dogs and she says it will help us “bond”, whatever that is. And she took me to order my very own Paco collar today! The folks at the Paco Collars store loved me! And then we went shopping at another pet store and just about everybody there wanted to meet me and pet me and find out how I lost my leg. I felt like Brad Pitt or Johnny Depp or some other cute boydog movie star! Best of all Papa has started feeding me his homemade food! Dawg! That stuff is goood!
Thank you everypawdy for being so kind and supportive during these last few months. What a great group of tripups and pawrents you are. And Greta, you gave me hope in my darkest hour! You are the sweetest little sister any tripawd could have. Romeo is soooo lucky and I sure hope I get to meet you someday!
I am one happy tripawd gsd boydog! I am home at last……and it feels so good.
Here are some pix from our last trip to the mountains in February. It snoooowed! Woohoo!