After work I went back to the shelter to drop off the mom who was getting adopted later and to adopt out 2 of the puppies. I only have one puppy left which isn't ideal because she misses her playmates. I am letting her sleep on the bed which means I get to get up 2 or 3 times a night for potty breaks. That is preferable to listening to a lonely whining puppy all night. She went to work with me this week too.
One co-worker likes to torment my puppy and she learned quickly not to trust new people. The other coworker came in and remarked that the puppy was hiding and decided it was because she should have been left with her mother for 10 weeks instead of 8. Sigh. Maybe if certain other people didn't torture my puppy it would be more trusting but, gee, I don't know anything about puppies. This is ONLY my seventh litter of foster puppies. Whatever. Puppy is getting adopted tomorrow, I just know it. We are going to the pet store where some of the other shelter dogs will be waiting for new homes. I'm bringing my other foster dog along to meet people even though she can't be adopted until Wednesday. I am hoping to come home puppy-free and then I will take a nap!
Here is a video I made last night of my foster dogs. The white one usually snaps at the puppy but she was being tolerant that day. Foster pups playing