And Then There Were Two!

Today we woke with four squirming puppies in the puppy room. Of course this was after they broke out last night, requiring me to design a new blockade to keep them in. Thankfully it kept them contained through the night.

Anyway, when I woke I found the pups looking like this.

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They woke quickly and I shooed them outside while I cleaned up their room. The day passed rather quickly for me with a trip to the Post Office, and a Greek Christmas Festival, and due to heavy rain the pups all decided to play minimally and sleep a lot.

Just after I finished watching a TLC Disc on The Wild West Bad Guys, like Jess James and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Tony arrived to pick up his new babies. He, and his wife Cheryl are now the new Mommy and Daddy of Fenway and Wally.

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I went over all the paper work with him and then it was time. I picked up and kissed each boy and then placed them inside the carrier, zipping it closed. We helped Tony down to his car, waved good-bye and closed the door.

I went down to change my laundry and sat in front of the washing machine on the floor and cried. Oh dopey me. I didn’t think saying good-bye would be so hard, but I love these little guys so much and I will miss them, but I know they will have a great life. Greta never shed a tear.

After dinner I looked into the puppy room and this is what I saw.

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With Schnapps on the left and Curt on the right.

At the end of the day… there were just two.

6 thoughts on “And Then There Were Two!”

  1. Awwwwe! So sad! I´m sure that was really hard to do! Even though it was a lot of work, I can imagine it must be like having kids.
    But you did the right thing! 🙂

  2. Very sad, but wonderful knowing they will be together in a new home. The question of the day is…will they acquire a Boston accent to their bark???

  3. I’m sure it must be hard to say good bye to them. They are all such adorable little darlings!

    Thinking of you!



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