Next up is Tulsa, my newest foster. She is so affectionate and loving. She's been sleeping on the bed with us every night, and gets along great with the other dogs. She is back to her old tricks of stalking and trying to sneak up on the other dogs, then wanting to play tag with them. Here is her stalking Duncan this morning..
I know its been hard for her to readjust to life as a foster dog - she's been through two families so far, not including her time between in two different foster homes, and now back to my house. So its no surprise that she is starting to show a few signs of separation anxiety - not wanting to be left alone. But she is so loving and affectionate. I am hopeful that we can find another permanent home for her quickly, so she doesn't have as hard of a time adjusting to yet another home.
And last, I'd like to introduce my very favorite puppy (don't tell Duncan though)... this is Bree-Ann. She is one of the seven Australian Shepherd puppies we have right now. The first time I saw her, I fell in love with her. She has five blue merle siblings, and one black and white sibling, but she is the only all black dog in the litter. Despite this, I don't think she'll take too long to get adopted - she is just adorable! As soon as I met her, I asked her foster mom if she wanted to have one less puppy to take care of - after all, there were plenty of them! :-) I really wanted to take her home and foster her, but then Duncan came along and I couldn't leave him behind. So she is still with her other siblings, and they'll be making their first trip to PetSmart this weekend. Anyway, I just adore her and wanted to share her picture with those of you who haven't seen her on the Heartland website.