Tonight I’m going to send Him 15 miles north of here and steal a license plate off a car:
Yes we need that plate from ranchrunamock. It’s run by an admitted Crazy Lady and her hubby, Crabby. They have 13 rescue dogs. Let’s go back to the start of the day. Through the internet, they got word of a young scottie in a shelter.
We went to the shelter and there was a very nice lady who also wanted a Scottie to go along with her Westie. They brought us together with Windsor in the watchful eye of a “canine behavior” person.
Everything was great-no arguments however Windsor had a bit of a limp and moved slower than I do. We needed a high-energy dog to keep up with Kaci. Windsor found a loving home with the nice lady-I’m glad. She knew about Windsor’s limp because Windsor was featured on the shelter’s TV program. We were all feeling a little down so what do we do? We go to the pet store to get food (in my opinion, that makes for a successful trip). They had an adoption center there. We all fell in love with “Cali”, a Scottie mix. Yup, we brought her home. She’s about Kaci’s age and full of energy.
The staff at Halo rescue was great and their love of animals showed. Here’s Breanna, who helped us out to the car along with the new kid on the block
She’ll look better when her beard, eyebrows and skirt grow out. Shelters seem to shave their dogs-including Scots. After a quick trip to our vet so her papers and health records could be copied, she arrived home for the first time. That was successful-she went out on the Astroturf and pooped. She even did the Scottie victory dance afterward.
Now for the hard part. You guys have to help us with a name for her. Suggest away.
I heard that, Stuart.
No, Stuart Jr. will NOT work.