It was also a very special Mother’s Day for foster momma Tayler… she was surprised with a card from foster girl Marsha, along with her adoption paperwork. Marsha will now be named Pooh Bear, in honor of Tayler’s favorite character, Winnie the Pooh. Congratulations and happy Mother’s Day, Tayler!
Please welcome 2-year-old Marsha to our rescue family. About two months ago, a family rescued her after seeing a post on Craigslist. The owner was selling her because her ears were too “perky.” The new family has tried to help her flourish, but determined she may be better off in our hands. She’s very timid and will need help with potty training. We look forward to helping Marsha come out of her shell.
5/7/17 Update: Rescue is new, so forgive me because I am shy. I seemed to be scared of my own shadow when my foster pops came to pick me up. I was told he was amazing with Bulldog whispering and I have to say, I think it may be true. When he first tired to take me outside, I was trying to make a bee line back to find somewhere to hide. He didn’t know what he was getting into with me. Well, he has been persistent with me and has showed me plenty of loving. I met my new foster mom and she loves me to pieces. Since I have been in my new home, I have shown them some of my personality traits. I love to explore my new home and have met so many other foster dogs like me. It’s nice to see a group that gets along. I have figured out that the word “Outside” is an event here. I look like a caboose on a train going outside. It’s weird to me because I thought I went potty inside. I’m a little stubborn; so I have gone on the tile outside instead of the grass. What’s great is that my foster pops laughed and said, “Almost lil’ girl, almost.” I feel with a little more practice I will get it. I was spoiled last night and got to sleep in a comfy bed with my foster parents and didn’t have any accidents!Something these other foster dogs are figuring out is I like to guard my food bowl after I eat. Sometimes, if you’re small like me, you have to have a big bark. I found my new favorite spot, which is on my foster mom’s lap on the couch. For the most part, I am still shy, but they seem determined to make me more social. I see everyone liked my video they posted already. Here are some pics of me. I look forward to finding my furever home, but I know I need some time before I am ready.