I don't know if you remember me or not but almost 2 years ago, near Eulonia, Georgia, you placed a little ball of fur in my arms. He would come to be known as Cricket - because of his never ending desire to jump up and down.
To jog your memory, I had told you the story of Chubbs - a little black poodle that came into my care after years of abuse. He had the sweetest disposition and was just so smart! He eventually became my mom's dog. Without any training at all, he would alert us when my mom was about to have a seizure or hypoglycemia. When we told him, "Time for bed", he would hop up on the bed and lay his head on a pillow like a human! Anyway, they were constant companions.
It was his resilience and endless supply of love that made me know, without a shadow of doubt, I needed another poodle. And you made that possible.
In January, he'll be two years old. I'm a speech-language pathologist who works with children and soon I'll be starting the process of making him an honorary therapy dog.
None of this would've been possible if it weren't for you. Thank you!
picture of Chloe. Such a great poodle. The groomer wants to keep her
every time I take her in she is so sweet and loving.
Thank you for this
wonderful addition to our family. I can't believe she will be 3 years
old in October.
She is healthy, happy, and so beautiful. Keith and I are enjoying her so much.
August 2013 - Polly is the silver/blue PekePoo girlie that had recently been on my website. Here is what her mom Betty said after a few days at her new home and the vet check:
We love her. Her personality is just as you described. She is bouncy and curious about everything. She is not shy or timid at all. She is quiet in her crate unless she has to go to the bathroom. She is playing with the small dogs. She curls up on the couch with us. Harry, the standard poodle thinks she’s rather special, too. She’s so small and he is large so he has to stay inside when she goes outside. I don’t want him to step on her. The yorkie is only 5 pounds but she rules the roost so he is careful not to step on her. Should he even look cross eyed at her she tells him off. We have named our new puppy, Polly. Except for the yorkie and a couple of parrots I have, I always try to name my pets after by-gone family members. The original Polly was born I 1799.
I took Polly to my vet today just to have her checked out and make an appointment for her next shots. They all loved her. I’ll send some pictures when she gets a little bigger. Please feel free to give my email address to anyone you like as a reference.