Friday, January 14, 2011


We made the decision early on not foster puppies. We’re simply not home enough to adequately care for them. I also appreciate the stability and relative predictability of an adult dog.

But don't let this fool you—I go goo-goo ga-ga over puppies. The rescue just took in LOTS of puppies, many of whom will be at adoption day tomorrow. Take a look at PrancerComet, and Dancer. Amy, the foster mom to Prancer and Comet, says she's been very busy with these two pup-squeaks (and, not to mention, her own adult Boxer). She says Comet is full of puppy playfulness and loves to hide under bed. Prancer loves belly rubs and attention.

Could Jack not be their much larger litter mate? It's quite possible I brought home a wicked case of Clifford syndrome...

So what do you think: Should we put Jack in the puppy pen at adoption day, call him Blitzen, and see if anyone bites at our over-sized puppy?



  1. lol, Clifford syndrome.

    I think you should put em together, if not close! Jack is just as cute :)

    Good luck!

  2. Go for it! Who could resist any of them??

  3. You should do it! At least, maybe Jack is their long-lost big brother! :)