I picked up a female GSP from a local rescue/vet. Since it was Christmas, the vets closed on Wednesday, so she had to stay the night with us. Thursday, we ferried her to Fredericksburg to meet her new foster family. They’re going to call her Zuzu, because, you know, it's Christmas - and "It's a Wonderful Life". I love it!
We brought Zuzu home, bathed her, and let her get accustomed to Zanna and Dex the Wonderdogs. Dex was in her face, wanting to play, wouldn’t give her one second to breathe. Zanna was a little more standoff-ish, but somewhat welcoming.
|Trying to get Zanna to play!|
In the end, they all got along just fine, and soon wore themselves out. Zuzu crated like a dream. She didn’t wake up until 4 a.m., at which time all three dogs decided they had to go outside.
It took me a while to figure out Zuzu was hungry again. So I fed her. Then she got that just-fed burst of energy. It’s 4:30 in the morning, peeps. But there’s no telling what schedule she’s been on at the veterinarian for the last 30 days, so…grace.
Zuzu and I escaped the rest of the dogs and repaired to the guest bedroom, where she snoozed up against me for a couple of hours. It’s a good thing.
She had another big day with travel. She did so well! Before she got to call it a night, she had more adoptive siblings to meet, and even a horse! I believe she’ll settle in well.
|Traveling day. She did so well!|
Zuzu’s not even been here and gone 24 hours, and I’m already missing her.
|Zuzu in her new foster home. Isn't she beautiful?|
Godspeed, sweet girl. I’m praying your life is all roses and pig ears from this point forward.
It’s never boring around here.
If you’re interested in adopting this sweet girl, please contact Texas GSP Rescue for a consultation/house visit. They are the greatest people, and we love working with them!