Dec 1, 2008

Underbites and Puppy Love

I've recently returned to volunteering Sunday mornings for Give a Dog a Bone. Boy, did I miss these pups. It's so great to be back. First thing I did: Belly rubs, massages, treats, and genuine affection for Chiqi, the dachshund with an *award winning underbite*. One look at this little man and he will steal your heart for good. THEN...puppy shuttle tour! Yada and Dollar are 3-month-old white pitbull puppies..(yep, puppy smell!).
Give a Dog a Bone works to socialize puppies that are in the custody dog program as much as possible. We tour the shelter with the Puppy Shuttle by introducing them to all kinds of people, environments, sounds, and smells. I was so impressed with how fast these two little ones learn - they aleady know that when they sit, good things happen. Even little Yada who is deaf!

Take a look at this cute overload!

6 comments:

judes said...

Those puppies are amazing. Very well behaved, not mouthy...and sat like champions. And as for Chiqi (Cheeky)..well, he's really blossoming. Watching him run around yesterday was a treat. I love them all!

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Anonymous said...

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Mitch said...

Cute pups!

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fredsmilek said...

Those puppies are adorable!!!

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