Spot (now Fuji) has gone to his forever family. As much as we wanted to keep him, we concluded that having four dogs is treading dangerously close to crazy cat lady territory, and that we would be doing all the dogs a disservice by having so many. He went to a wonderful family of dog lovers who are thrilled to have him, and I am sure he will have a great life with them and his new sister Sophie the Jack Russell terrier.
He is going to be a BIG dog. At ten weeks, he weighs 25 pounds, which is bigger than our Newfie at that age--and she's now 110 pounds. I love this picture of him with mom Heidi for scale:
Heidi is still here. She needs to be spayed and have a broken tooth removed before she can be put up for adoption. She'll be going to the vet next week and then staying with us until she recovers. I have my doubts, though, that she'll ever be leaving. The rest of the family is campaigning hard to have her stay, and we all know my weakness for hard luck dogs.
Is three dogs in a family unreasonable?