|Barked: Wed May 15, '13 8:00am PST |
|Update: I found out from two other neighbors that the owners told them they were looking to rehome the dog. I got excited and was planning to enlist my agility instructor to help find a great home for her where she could have some fun after I had a chance to talk to them.
The very next morning she was loose in front of their yard barking and another neighbor and I caught her, the owners weren't home and there was no point in trying to put her back in their yard for her to escape again. So I said let's put her in my side yard--it's very secure and leave them a note.(Turns out the phone number I had was no good anymore when I tried to call her, so she never got my text anyway.)
She was a total sweetheart, just wanted love and scratches and her and Gus had a ball--too much of a ball, cause I had to separate them lest they tear down the house rough housing!
When I finally talked to them that evening about being happy to help find her a home--the woman was like "yeah, I think my friend's going to take her."
Drat. That burst my bubble because I had a sinking feeling that her friend might not be much better for a high energy dog. I emphatically told her, well if that doesn't work out, please let me know, because I'm sure I could find her a great home . . .
I told her in the meantime I'd be happy to walk her with Gus anytime since I'm always out walking the dog. So she did take me up on that and we went on a walk yesterday--she's such a cute little dog.
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