P.O. Box 36
Fultonham, NY 12071
4/14/2021 5:04 PM
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Just wanted to send some update pics. Levi and Eliza have a love hate relationship right now but we all successfully slept all night in the same bed. Noones bored, and Eliza loves her new job as a pool designer haha. Thank you so much again, we love her â¤ï¸
Here is little Elsa with her new mom. We hear that Elsa is doing great with the other dogs and cats in the household and is very much loved by her new family. Elsa says thank you Steve Caporizzo and Pet Connection for finding her such a wonderful new family!!
So nice to hear from you!! All is well here, although as busy as usual!!
:) Holland (formerly Noel) and Malia (formerly Eve) are awesome! They are doing a great job of doing
their business outside and sleeping in their separate (but side by side)
crates at night. They are so funny! The cats (Blue, Farid and Jack) have
started getting braver and coming downstairs and the puppies just look at
them and bark and then cower away. Malia would totally befriend them, but
Holland seems to feel the need to be the protector so makes a lot of noise
that she's not ready to back up. How did it go with Joy? Is she at her new
home? Annaleigh was asking me about her again today.
Montanna has invited everyone she knows over to meet the pups. She is so
happy, and that warms my heart. Holland and Malia have brought a sense of
joy back to the house and something we can all have fun with together. I
could never thank you enough for that.
Happy New Year to you! Did you end up getting your Christmas tree up?
Enjoy the pictures :)
Kathy, Annaleigh, Chase, Montanna, Ellianna, Holland, Malia, Blue, Farid
and Captain Jack Sparrow
I was planning to write you guys today.
First of all thank you thank you thank you thank you for this lovely little girl. She's amazing and we are just so in love with her.
We drove down to nyc with me and her in the back. It was a long ride and as we got to nyc we got stuck in incredible traffic jam and thunder and lightning for 2 hours. cars, horns, ambulance sirens, music blasting out of other cars, motorcycles - she was overwhelmed but she didn't bark once. She tried to hide behind me and i held her tight and talked to her and petted her constantly. She did so well.
However, she doesn't seem to be that housebroken or she may be just too afraid of the outside. When she got home, she felt safe - our apt. is very quiet - and she immediately pooped and peed. No harsh words. It was all too much for her. There have been many many many walks outside yesterday and this morning she pooped and peed outside. Huge success. I also took her down the street to the park and it was quiet enough for her to actually look around and she discovered that the part is full of squirrels!!! She went nuts. she levitated. All she wanted to do was to chase them. She is truly a feist. She was really happy. She got herself stuck in the iron fence even though she was on leash so i had to work her out, no problem. In the park is where she first pooped and peed....
I called Sylvia's Sanctuary in KY & I asked her how anyone could abandon such a sweet little girl. She said - well honey, this is Kentucky. People throw their dogs out the windows of their cars when they're driving. It's basically the armpit of the planet. omygod! Then she told us that Elsa was found with her puppies and 4 other skinny girl dogs under an abandoned single-wide trailer. They rescued them all. The funny thing is that earlier in the day, i had been telling her (with admiration) that she was a junkyard dog and ran with a girl pack. It turned out to be true! She is so cool and has been through so much. It's going to take her time as she has to adjust to a very different and scary new environment but she's going to be fine. This Sunday, we start in a group basic training at petco. There she will learn come, sit, stay, down, heel and emergency commands. My goal is to be able to let her off leash on our property in Maine so she can run around in the non-fenced yard. But I have to be sure she won't run off and will come on command. She's smart and wants to please so I'm optimistic.
She is just the best, sweetest, most loving little girl on the planet. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! for bringing her into our lives. We will appreciate her and love her and give her the best best care any dog could get and then some.
if you have any questions or anything to say or just want updates, please always feel free to contact me any time.
Sheila and Mike
Hi, Cindy and Sharon! We are loving little EmmyLou! We've changed her name just
slightly to Emma, so it doesn't sound so similar to 'Allie'. The kids are ecstatic that
we're adopting her. Ashlynn continues to squeal and randomly jump up and down. Her main
concern was, "Are you SURE Miss Sharon will let us keep her?" :) She is
thrilled that now we have 4 girls and only 2 boys in the house!
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