ADOPTED DOWN SOUTH 06-25-12 This little guy Satch has gotten ahold of my heart and will not let go. He weighs about 8lbs now and has oversized ears for his body which makes him the cutest thing you have seen. He has been fixed and gets his stitches out next week. He is a LOVER While his brothers and sisters are jumping up and down to get their turn Satch patiently waits his turn. As soon as he gets in your arms he buries his head in your neck and is ready to stay there. He tries to be as still as he can, maybe he thinks if he is still long enough you will forget about him. Satch gets along great with all of his siblings and my older and larger dogs. This little guy will melt your heart.
A very sweet momma dog was dumped at the at a very high kill pound in Louisiana with her 5, 1 week old pups. The shelter has no room for nursing moms and the little family was to be euthanized. Thanks to the PAWS of NE LA rescue program they were saved and didn’t even have to spend 1 night at the pound.
This little family has been thriving in foster care ever since. Watch this short video of the pups playing at the vets on March 13th and see how “PRECIOUS” they are: PUPS VIDEO
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Satch is an ADORABLE Rat Terrier mix fella. He was 6 weeks old on March 13th. Precious’ puppies were weaned at 6 weeks of age but are still getting lots of socialization from mom and the other dogs in their foster home. From foster mom Jacque: “Each of the pups knows their name, comes when called, does great in a crate, is growing like a weed and is sweet, sweet, sweet.”. This is a happy, playful, well-adjusted little family! They will stay in their Louisiana foster home until they get at least 2 more sets of puppy shots and are spayed or neutered but should be able to head to their forever homes up north in early May.
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