Hello Nicki !!!! Just wanted to give you new updated pictures of Petey. He is doing great! Still a little scaredy cat, but better then he was. Teddy and him are getting along alot better. They chase each other through the house and drives us crazy, LOL. Hope you enjoy the photos.
I wish to inform you that Georgia has been spayed and is in fine shape. My sister-in-law said the other day, “did you recuse her or did she reduce you?!” Georgia is amazing. She has adapted to her new life of working in the gallery, city living and Hamptons weekends very very well. I work her constantly on the leash and she walks politely by my side, no tugging, although pigeons fascinate her. She worked an art fair with us this past weekend and the video below is her out in a field for a “coffee break.” Video
Chipper has settled in beautifully and is LOVING his home.
I am attaching a photo of Chipper’s backyard and Chipper enjoying the sun room (his favorite room)..
I can’t thank you enough for the gift of Chipper!
Enjoy The Summer!!
We have renamed her Georgia, and she is doing fine. The big city is a big adjustment but she is managing very well and has adapted remarkably over the one day here. Working on house training, taking her to the vet on Friday (hopefully) to get her on their roster and for a general check up, she scratches her ear an awful lot, doesn’t look like ear mites as her ears are clean, but worth having a vet look into it. She walks on the lead very well. She doesn’t handle being alone well, as we tried just going in the hallway to see how she’d react and she started barking loudly… but to be expected as she has only been her for a day LOL… she’s a great pup and we head to the Hamptons on Saturday, as we do every week from Saturday thru Monday where she’ll have a pool and fresh grass to romp around on (fenced in of course). I look forward to working with her and am sure she’ll learn quickly. I’ll send pics.
All the best and thank you adding such a joy to our lives,
Michael Lyons Wier
This is an image of Georgia getting ready for her first gallery opening, making friends in dog run and at rest in the gallery.
I have renamed him, he’s now Buster Brown…it just seems to fit him, and he’s so smart that he is already answering to “Buster”. Thanks so much!
Here’s a few pictures of our little guy. We named him Shea. He enjoyed his first snow fall here in Staten Island today. He has all of his vaccines so we were able to walk to the park to run around and enjoy it. He was hilarious to watch jumping around and eating the fresh snow.
He’s also doing so well housebreaking. He’s beeen going outside for pee and poop with no accidents (fingers crossed) for the past few days.
Again, I can’t express the amount of happiness Shea has brought to my fiancée and I. He was definitely worth the wait! I plan on telling friends and family interested in getting a dog to adopt a rescue.
Thank you again
Hi, I adopted Belle, ( Trudy Wiggle bottom when you had her.), about 3 years ago. She’s pure joy, enthusiasm and kindness.
Just wanted you to see that she is having a good life. Take care.
Hi, we recently adopted ( Tobias) we renamed him Raider a few weeks ago. He is such a joy!! So lovable and loves to play. He is enjoying his new yard with big brother Bandit.
I am attaching three photos of Chipper enjoying the winter weather.
Have a Delightful Day!
Ellen, Ginger pup #5, graduating from Puppy Kindergarten class