Football 🏈 is on and that means couch time.
Some puppies were a bit jealous of their fur cousin stealing their person away.
Bert turned 7 months old yesterday! He spent half of this month recovering from getting some hard plastic he ate removed from his tummy - you can see his shaved belly in his picture. Luckily he’s back to normal and happy as can be! Favorite things this month: taking snuggle puppy out of the kennel (no one wants to be in there, apparently), being allowed to run around again, eating wet food after surgery. 🐶 ❤️
My name’s Bentley, and I have the bandana to prove it! Chomping on some crunchy, brown leaves today cuz fall is officially here (although it certainly doesn’t feel like it yet ☀️😎)!
Don’t let the fact that we bought this dog on my husbands birthday make you think this is my husbands dog... Just kidding we’re all in love😍 #sheepadoodle
KIPP IS READY FOR HIS FUREVER HOME!
Kipp is a 3-year-old, 20-pound Pekeapoo…this is our best guess, but regardless…he is for sure an Adoradoodle! Read what his foster has to say about him:
If his adorable underbite alone doesn't make you smile and win you over, his personality sure will! Four words that best describe Kipp are: sweet, easy-going, gentle and fun. While he may not be the “doodle” of your dreams, once you meet
this 20-pound, 3 year old bundle of joy, he’ll quickly steal your heart. He is truly the sweetest, friendliest and most well-mannered dog his foster mom has ever met. He is eager to please and will go with the flow. He is great with other dogs of all sizes, and even puts up with a sassy kitty in his foster home (she loves to swat him on top of the head and he doesn’t even try to fight back- this guy is 100% sweet). He is incredibly gentle with children and LOVES to play fetch, which has been so fun for his foster family. He is a big fan of long walks on his leash and does amazing at staying right with you and not tugging or barking at other dogs. He doesn’t jump up on people and doesn’t bark or freak out when someone knocks on the door. Since Kipp was found as a stray and was just recently neutered, he’s got a few years of possibly bad potty habits that need some patience and attention. His foster family has worked really hard with him on having good potty manners outside and indoors and he’s caught on quickly. His foster mom estimates he is about 80% potty trained and that with a little more time and consistency he will have it down and be able to be trusted roaming inside the house. She hasn’t given him a whole lot of opportunities to make mistakes in the house and keeps him in eyesight on a leash or in his crate; which he does awesome with. He is usually great about doing his business outside but will need consistency and boundaries at first in a new home.
He's amazing in his crate and goes in at night to sleep and doesn't make a peep. And his tail is always wagging in the morning to greet you with a goofy smile! It’s his foster moms favorite part of her day! He can also stay quietly in his crate during the day (although he'd prefer to
Starting to discover why Fall is mom's favorite time of year 🍂😍🍁🎃
If I blend in with the sheets, they can’t kick me off the bed, right?
Thanks for clearing out the apartment so I could play! Not sure what you mean by “we’re moving to TX,” but I love this! 😁
I’ve got the need... the need for SPEED 🚀⚡️⚡️⚡️#latersbaby