Sunday, April 18, 2010

Hopefully a new addition....

the four legged kind.  I have been trying and trying to get another dog for company for Colby, my male, neutered shih tzu.  I completed an adoption application while in Florida and they called and did the phone interview and then 2 weeks went by and nothing.  Now I'm back in PA and have completed an application with a rescue place in New York and I'm waiting, and waiting... Here is the picture of the shih tzu I'm interested in.  Her name is Mushi (moo shee). 

 


I'm also thinking about completing the adoption application for this little cutie called Christmas Cookie.  Now I'm only looking to adopt one, not both.  Let me know your thoughts. 

6 comments:

  1. Oh! Cute dogs! I hope you are able to do that! Thanks so much for the recommendations for my trip! You are so sweet to offer to get me some brochures! I think we have pretty much decided where we are staying, so don't worry about it, but I might take you up on that in the future!

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  2. I don't know how you are going to choose!
    But from the picture, Mushi looks scared and in need of some love. Both are so cute.
    Let us know who comes to live with you.

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  3. Jude,
    I think you need both! They are small! Nothing wrong with three dogs! (Have I convinced you yet?) LOL!
    Dee Dee

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  4. Hey DeeDee, it's not me you need to convince it's your uncle...

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  5. They are too cute! My next dog will be a little one. They might be yappy, but you can pick them up and march them off to another room if need be! My two are big and boisterous.

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  6. They are so cute! How could you turn down those sweet faces...that would be hard! Agree with Dee Dee...three little dogs would equal one large dog! Can't wait to see what you decide :)
    Wendy

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