Life on the Farm
Well, we've been in operation over a year now. We've met lots of new friends and helped several good dogs. We have learned many things and still have loads to learn. Thank you to all our friends for your love and support. Hopefully we will help more dogs this year. I am also going to try to keep up the blog and website better! Talk to you soon!
We had been seeing a little cat on the way home from work that looked like someone dumped. A few days later we thought we had a skunk under the shed. All the dogs were going mad. What kind of crazy cat would come here! Well Hancock of course. Anyone looking for a brave little cat, give us a call! I guess we will have him fixed and put him up for adoption.
We took two dogs to be spayed and nuetered today. The Middle Tn Spay and Nueter Clinic is a great place. You can get a big dog spayed for $45.00. They are funded by a grant and have a lot of great folks there.
Mac our new boxer had some complications and they had to do additional surgery but he is recovering well. I think he is going to milk it though!
We have had a busy week at the Farm. Our Lilly found a new home. We thought she would stay with us and enjoy her retirement but it was not to be. A nice Family came to look for a new puppy and just wanted to see everyone. I introduced them to Lilly and they adored her. It was love at first sight. I tried to steer them towards a younger dog and told them about some great puppies at the Tullahoma Animal Shelter and they said they were going to look around. A few days later they called back and told us they were really interested in Lilly and wanted to bring the rest of the Family to see her. They came back with Grand Ma and she gave her blessing after spending time with Lilly. We wish them Happiness and hope that Lilly will look after them as much as they look after her. They are very special people.
We also have a new friend. He is a young male boxer and he is gorgeous. Stay tuned for pictures of Mac the Wonder Dog!
These are our new friends, Mattie and Zoe. They are on Spring Break! They have turned brown thanks to a lot of mud puddles but never fear Mom, they will be clean when you get home.