Like a lot of the country this past week, we've gotten quite a bit of snowfall lately mixed with some lovely icy sleet.
The doggies are all handling everything quite well though; enjoying the pathways I shoveled out in the yard (it's the last I can do if I expect them all to poop outside lmao). I just figured it has been a while since I shared any pictures due to a few privacy concerns, so I thought I would upload a few pics and leave them up for the next couple hours. =)
Here's "Old Man Miles," curled up on his favorite spot on the bench in my dining room.
If you couldn't tell, comfort is paramount to us here; LOL!! Nothing makes a better pillow for a chihuahua than.. another chihuahua!
Sushi! She is barely a shadow of the dog she used to be. Whenever the pups' adopters would visit, she'd be front in line for pettings and kisses... a FAR way from the mill momma, petrified, shaking little thing I'd gotten over a year ago. Her eyes truly do "twinkle" when she's happy and it just melts my heart.
This was meant to be a pic of my dining room after it was done being painted, but Sushi was posing so nicely I had to let her in on it haha. There's also 2 dogs on the chair. Just imagine this without the icky brown carpet and instead with black and white checkered tile...
"Spike," aka "Spike-a-Roo," "Roo," "Rooney Toons," etc... he's now past 2lbs and fully recovered from his tummy bug. I always thought potty training in winter would be a PITA, but in reality it's made him quite the trooper and as long as he's clothed he seems to have no grasp of temperature or the elements haha.
Here's Spike with his only remaining brother Leon; who used to be the smallest but both are now right about 2lbs.
This isn't my picture but I do have full permission to share it; here's dear Alice (formerly Eve!!) with one of her "big" brothers. She was for sure one of the hardest adoptions to let go of but SO worth it to see her with such a perfect family. When this shep was just a puppy, he and Kahlua were best of friends... now he and Alice are referred to as the "odd couple".
Lastly, here's Ellie in our yard exploring the little mazes I create LOL. Every time it snows I do something totally different; keeps them on their toes. =D
Anyway that's all for now! I'll make sure that Zofia and Kahlua get their chance in the spotlight next time. =) Thank you so much for looking.