Sugar Plum Prancer

Age: 2 Yrs. Old

Gender: Female

Adoption Fee: $700

Special Needs: no

  • Tolerant of children
  • Tolerant of dogs
  • Tolerant of cats

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Sugar Plum Prancer

When I woke up yesterday, I thought, “Today is the day I am packing my backpack and leaving this life behind.” Not that my life was bad. Far from it. I was just ready for a change. 

On Tuesday, I had a baby. That’s right,  just one. Even though I had prepared for a dozen, one is all I had. And I loved that one. 

But the strangest thing kept happening. Every time I got to feed my baby, another Bulldog mama would come over and take her from me and add my baby to her litter. 

At first, I was surprised, but she is a good Bulldog mom, so I let her take my baby and add her to her pile. I kept thinking, “That will never happen again.” But it did. Every time I had my baby, she came and picked her up and added her to her litter.  

So there I sat, looking around wondering why I was there. Clearly, my baby loved being snuggled in with the other babies.   And I was not sure I wanted to continue down the path of having babies, anyway.  

I thought to myself, “Should I stay or should I go?” I decided to go.  

I am 3 years old now and have my whole life ahead of me. I am going to miss seeing my baby grow up, but I’m not going to miss those every two-hour feedings. I am going to leave all that to the other baby mama because this baby mama has closed up shop on having more babies. 

Before long, you will see me with a new family and that is so exciting to me.

12/8/21 Update:  What a week! Yesterday, I helped Foster Mom decorate the house for Christmas. Then she gave me a nice bath and scratched all the right spots. I loved it! I could definitely be a spa girl.  I love attention. Foster Mom says I have been a good girl, but she has to fuss at me once in awhile for jumping up. She said that is not good manners (whatever those are). Well, everyone have a good week. I know I will!

12/21/21 Update:  I have been playing ball this week. This is new for me, as I didn’t play with any toys when I first arrived a few weeks ago. I’m even chewing on a few bones that my foster brother has laying around.  

Overall, I think I’m doing OK. I’m learning my manners and I really like to eat. Foster Mom says I have a bit of a gas problem, but I don’t smell anything!   Merry Christmas!

1/10/22 Update:  Well, I started the New Year with a bang!I broke out in hives and had a really itchy, red, sore belly. 

Dr. Larsen fixed me right up. I have special baths, pills (Foster Mom hides them in treats, as if I don’t know… I’m wise to her!) and cream. At first, I wasn’t a fan of wearing a T-shirt, but I’ve warmed up to it. 

Anyway, my belly is way better! I’m back to playing rough and tumble with my foster brother.  

Hope everyone else is doing great! Can’t wait to meet new friends at our next event.