Daisy, Durango, Doozer and Doodle
Poor Libby is just trying to scratch behind her ears but Doodle is fascinated with her and will not leave her alone.
The puppies love to follow her around the yard but yet, they do not like to get too far away from me.
Doodle is all brown, short hair, with white markings. He could have easily been named Boots because his feet are all white or Tippy because he has a white tip on his tail.
He is an active, outgoing litlte guy. He likes to be close to me when we are outside but inside the house he is an adventurer.
Doodle playing with my dog Libby.
More photos of Doodle
Daisy is the smallest weighing three pounds at eight weeks of age. She is all fluff with a curly tail.
Daisy has not been spayed yet and won’t be till mid April – so, she is going to another foster home for a month where she will get more attention and be spoiled rotten while she gains some weight!
Dozer: Dozer and Daisy look a lot alike in some of the photos but in person it’s easy to tell them apart, For one thing, Dozer is twice her size, and he is darker. But in the photos it can be tricky to figure out who is who. Dozer is an explorer and a friendly little guy. He and Daisy both look like Pomeranians to me. Their dad was said to be a small fuzzy dog so maybe he was a pom mix?
Much like Doodle, Durango is also a short hair and he is brown and white too but Durango has a lot of white!
Durango is a cute little guy. His mom was a Chihuahua and Rat Terrier mix and it’s easy to see the markings of a Rat Terrier in this pup. The pups were dropped off at a local animal control facility and they were told that mom died of a calcium deficiency. Durango is the rough and tumble, let’s go check it out pup.
Durango, Dozer and Doodle have been neutered and are ready for adoption.
They have had two sets of shots at time of this posting, they are micro chipped, have been wormed and are on Revolution.
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All the animals are in foster homes and well cared for, we pay our bills, make our thank yous and our volunteers work very hard to run PetsConnect! as a professional, caring, friendly business!
The animals in our program come from local animal shelters and to the employees and volunteers of our local animal shelters we are most grateful and thankful for the hard, emotionally taxing work they engage in daily.
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