Several readers have questioned what an "owner surrender" is. Just as it sounds. The owner no longer wants their pet and is surrendering him/her to rescue.
Meet Harmonica. (This month's theme was musical instruments.) I was hoping for Dulcimer, but alas, it was taken and I was told I could call her Harmony (too many syllables!) or Monica (too presidential!). I have decided I will just call her Mo.
Mo turned seven in April. She has been with her family since she was eight weeks old. They are expecting baby #2 and no longer have room for her. Come on, how much room can a 25 pound dog take? They were telling me that she is the most wonderful dog, not a problem, blah, blah, blah. I just wanted to ask how in the **** they could give her up after being a part of the family for so many years.
Mo is very sweet and she has the honor of having pooped in my house quicker than any of my other fosters. I was assured she was housebroken, so I'm hoping these potty issues are the result of her entire world being turned upside down.
I thought I'd better post a picture of my Loocie (that is a water drip on her chin) since my fosters get most of the attention on my blog. Loocie is not too happy with the new addition to the family! Mo has this fixation with Loocie's butt (we call it the canine google search) and sometimes doesn't know when to quit. Loocie turns in to her attack mode. It really is kind of comical since Mo is almost twice the size of Loocie.
Thank you so much for taking time out of your busy lives to stop by and read my blog.
I hope your Memorial Day weekend is spent doing what makes you the happiest.
Pug hugs :)