Monday, May 11, 2009

I know I always say this....

But you really wont believe this one. Yesterday on my way to visit my mom for Mothers' day, I was cruising down the highway like usual and noticed something in the road. It was the smallest, tinest, puppy in the middle of the road. I came to a halting stop and pulled off the road and called the puppy to me. It came right to me so I had no option but to take it home and put it in our pin. It looks like brown lab part bird dog. Its so Sweet, Sweet, Sweet. The only problem...is I am not sure I can handle a dog right now. I have it at my home and I will care for it BUT he really needs a loving home.

There are a couple reasons right now that I am not sure that I can handle a new dog
  • I have had such a hard time with animals lately and I couldn't' stand another let down
  • He is shy and scared and right now there is so much going on that I can't him the attention that he needs

So if you know a loving family who wants a great (laid back puppy) I have just the one for you. I will call him Lucky till then, b/c I did save his life. And if I can't find a great home, I will keep him and love him...pictures to come.

6 comments:

Sweet Simplicity said...

I can't wait to see pictures of the little guy!

April said...

Oh man, I wish this would have been about a week or two earlier because then I would have known someone for sure! I might know someone else so post the pics and i will take the pics to them to see him and see what they think.

Mika said...

cant wait to see the pics!

hopeful #1 said...

I hate when things happen like this. I hope that he turns out to be a good dog! Sometimes new animals show up when you least expect them or want them too...

That's how we found our bar parking lot/trailer park kitty.

Janelle said...

A girl after my own heart. I would've done the same thing. I think I see the glare from that halo all the way here in Wisconsin =)

Jennifer said...

I think it's really sweet you brought the little guy home. I hope you can find him a good home.