Although my pets have a special home, many dogs and cats don't. They are abused, stuck in crates in shelters hopeful that they will find their forever home.
These three little cuties came to us last Saturday. As a foster parent with the DRSF (Dachshund Rescue of South Florida), it is hard not to get attached to them. We adopted a Dachshund rescue, Marina, about 3 1/2 years ago and she has been such a joy. Puppies are always easier to get adopted than the older dogs, but Marina is 13 and doing great.
I have had a puppy before but never three at once. Yikes!
They are only 6 1/2 weeks old. I took them outside for the first time yesterday. They weren't sure at first, but soon enjoyed running around.
They love my dogs, particularly the two long hairs. One was biting Louie's tail and he was going around in circles trying to get the puppy off.
Caleigh is being motherly.They can get a bit rough and those teeth are sharp. When they get to rowdy, Caleigh puts them in their place.
My dogs started barking at a squirrel and the puppies were not sure about the noise so they hid under the rocking chair.
So it is Christmas and I am fostering three puppies and I may get another one this weekend. Am I crazy? Probably! Best part is I will have them over the holidays since they are too young to be adopted out yet. What a fun Christmas it will be.
Fortunately, I am not stressed out. My house is all decorated, most of my shopping is done and I still have time for my projects. What has helped with all is this? The 12 Days to a Stress Free Christmas from Ruth Soukup at Living Well Spending Less. This is a 12 part series that gives you the tools you need though short videos that help you with shopping, planning, organizing and others to make your holidays stress free.
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Don't forget to give your pet an extra hug. Maybe you might find it in your heart to become a foster parent. If you have any questions, please let me know.
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