That’s Jay, the Border/Lab puppy… that I will not be adopting. :-(
Heather and I spent an hour with him this evening and he’s gorgeous and well-behaved (for an 8-month old) and playful and he seemed to like us both… but the timing is just not right. I just don’t feel comfortable adopting a dog right now, particularly a puppy, knowing I would be entirely responsible for raising it, at least until Heather moves to Rochester.
I only hope that he ends up being adopted by a great family that can give him the love, time, and attention that he deserves. Unfortunately, that’s not something I can do alone at this point.
I just need to remind myself that there are plenty of dogs out there who are in need of adoption. Priority 1 is getting Heather to Rochester. Once that is settled we can move on to building a life together that includes a great dog of our own.
A special wish of love and secret luck later this week from Chuckie for Steve.
This video makes me happy.
Soooo… I may have just submitted an adoption application to a local rescue for this little guy…
Hopefully I’ll get to meet him soon.
Oh man… I’m freaking out a little bit.
A special Chuckie moment for Steve.
What a spaz! I love him. And Duffy has the look of someone who used to be embarrassed by Chuckie’s antics but has since learned to just ignore them, as if to say “Get a load of that trainwreck. I know, right?”
This was a very nice way to wake up. Thank you, Cary!
Because Chuckie’s skills lie elsewhere.
I needed a good dose of my favorite internet pooch this morning. I can always count on Cary and Chuckie to deliver the goods.
Popcorn came to visit a year ago. Here’s 90 seconds of us playing fetch in my hallway.
OK. FINE! UNCLE! I admit it: Anchor is a cute dog. (Taken with Instagram at Rochester, NY)
“Dude. Stop it. Your Restless Leg Syndrome is driving me crazy.”
Guess who’s coming over tonight and staying with me for the next few days?
LOOKIT PUPPY CHUCKIE!
I love this dog that I’ve never met more than I love most humans that I have met.
Popcorn is sad that Chuckie is at the doggie doctor.
Get well soon, Chuckie!