It looks like a Great place for a V to run and play... I can see why it was a favorite... it will most likely be one of Rangers favorites too!Playing on Lucy, and Cash's favorite field.
Well, that wouldn't be so bad would it? It would only be right that you would get the benefit of all your work.... There's a chance this foster will never leave. ...
Somebody should go egg their house....
After a few calls from the shelter, her owners blocked the calls.
Or leave bags of the dog's poop by the door :devil
She is home with me.It was only inside the house. Outside he would run around and play. Like a lot of vizslas, you have to be out there with him.
He's been with me over a month. Teaching him to settle on place, has helped him when he is just hanging out.
He doesn't try to stay as attached to you now, and can lay watching you.
He will even stay in bed for a few minutes alone, when I get up in the morning.
I was shocked, the first morning he did it.
At times I wonder what I got myself into.
Other times I see him wanting, and trying very hard to learn anything I'm teaching him. And think he should be here.
Even if we get to the point he can be alone for some periods of time. All of that could be undone, if he went to a new home. There's a chance this foster will never leave. I knew he would probably be a long term foster, before I agreed to take him.
So I have my hands full with him, Abbey, and June. Plus I'm pulling a Weimar Lab mix from the shelter on Monday. She will only be with me till Wednesday night, before she heads to Dallas.
Please just let her like other dogs.
She was found as a starving stray, but was chipped. After a few calls from the shelter, her owners blocked the calls.
Picture of Ranger at Pups on the Patio.
And Bailey's shelter picture.