I am trying to spend my evenings relaxing because my days as a care-free dog mom are coming to an end. Soon I will also be in charge of a 13 year old boy and as far as I can tell, 13 year olds are more demanding than dogs.
I got my yorkie mix adopted yesterday. She's the grey one in the middle. Hopefully she will stay adopted. I offered to dog-sit for the people because they wanted me to hold her until after the holidays. I said, how about you take her now and I will dog-sit the week after Christmas. They agreed so that's the plan.
I am also fostering the dog on the right because he got returned and his old foster home couldn't take him. I've had a lot of interest in him so hopefully he will get adopted soon. My chiweenie on the left does not get any attention at all because he is shy and doesn't approach people. He's been in the rescue for over a year. Usually small dogs get adopted fast but not him.
I'm trying not to take any new dogs until I find out how much free time I will have. With boy scouts and school and who knows what else, I don't think I will have much time. So far I am working on a schedule that will work. I hope I can fit some fun things in the schedule too. Raising a teenager should be fun right?