Alanna had a meet and greet on Tuesday and found her forever home! Although I was VERY happy for her, I cried myself all the way home. I love and miss her so much!!
BUT, I’m VERY happy that she’s going to a GOOD home because she was very deserving of a 2nd chance. It was very difficult to say goodbye and leave her, but my very dear and good friend Deanna gave me words of comfort when she said…Alanna is finally HOME. ….and what a wonderful home she has!!! Please see the update below from the wonderful couple who adopted her and are now giving her lots of love and comfort and allowing her to live out the rest of her life as she so truly deserved! .
Thanks everyone for your efforts!
We are sincerely grateful.
The first night she slept on TOP of me in bed and I just laughed all night. The next morning we were off to Ely and she did the drive very well. Here at home we've walked and walked and walked, met neighborhood dogs and spent some time just cuddling at home. We want to make sure she feels comfortable and understands that this is "her" home now too.
She never lets us out of her sight, ever. And I think she is trying to figure out which one of us adults she's supposed to stick to, me or Tyler. She's really a great girl and we feel lucky to have her. Oh, and NO pee accidents at all. I saw her do a submissive pee once with Tyler outside tonight but that's the first time.
She seems to nibble on food a little at a time verses gobbling everything all at once. I've added meaty things or yogurt and then she makes it disappear. (adjusting to new food since we don't have NutroMax here).Treats, on the other hand, no problem! Our little two-year old gives her treats and she's very gentle with him. She loves playing and throws her toys up into the air like a wild woman! And then a second later is as calm as ever, like she has an on/off button. Well, that's our update. We love her, thank you!!
She is a dog that I’m fostering and I can tell you if I didn’t already have 2 BIG dogs I would keep her myself. I’m not just saying that. I wouldn't do that because I want her to go to a home that will be a good fit