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Thread: Double Decker of Cuteness!!

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    Double Decker of Cuteness!!

    Today we attended Responsible Dog Owner Day at one of the city parks. It was an opportunity for dogs and owners to socialize with others and there were of course all types of booths set up. We are fostering a Min Pin and a Pom right now for our local Animal Care and Control. The little guy in the booster seat is my own 14 yo Pom, Toby Bean, who I rescued in March and is 14 years old! The equally adorable little guy is Sammy, a 5 yo black Pom that has spent the last week at our home. These two gentlemen spent the morning strutting their stuff around the park and eating up all the attention that was showered on them. Once in the car, neither one could keep their eyes open!

    Look at your own risk, you might just melt from all the cuteness!!!
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    Aww, double cuteness. Toby Bean looks like he's playing Peek-a-boo.

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    You have need for a foster parents for Poms? Around here small dogs are at a premium and shelters and rescues can't keep up with the demand. I want a Pom next. Thank you for doing this and rescuing the 14 year old. The picture is too precious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishrose View Post
    You have need for a foster parents for Poms? Around here small dogs are at a premium and shelters and rescues can't keep up with the demand..
    It's funny that you say that! Our animal shelter is collecting small dogs for a shelter in Michigan. That is where this little guy will be going along with a whole gaggle of other little dogs on Monday! I'm not sure which one but I can find out for you. This little guy is 5 yo and is very sweet. I think he may have been in a puppy mill as he is very submissive and was fearful of everything when he came to us last Monday. He has really blossomed in the past week and has really become very comfortable in our house. The only reason I'm not keeping him is because he is promised to the Michigan shelter.
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    Thanks for sharing the cute pics and the wonderful story. Also thanks for opening your heart and your home to the dogs in need.
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    Oh how sweet he is, I have a pom. My Rusty is 6 years old, been my baby since he was 8 wks. Same color as yours, a live wire.lol. I told the vet once he needed tranq. to calm him down, the vet laughted, said RRusty would keep me young. lol don;t know about that lol. I sure love my baby. Barb
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    They are both so cute and lucky to you spoil them. We have a 7lb. min pin that was a year this past Feb. When he goes for walks as soon as he sees someone he starts prancing. He is a live wire. We also have a 13yr old rat terrier. They lay together under my computer. The min pin jumps like he has a spring in his body to keep jumping. He wants to be out side all the time in our fenced in yard.

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    Yep! I've melted - they are adorable!

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    My DD is rescuing a Great Dane and is going through a rescue with the paperwork as we type !LOL, she wants another dog as well (Bull Mastiff for protection, as the dane will do what one has seen in the insurance commercials..LOL). I think the best dog is a rescue dog-my avatar is a rescue who is right now whining at me for her snakkie !LOL Okay she is all happy now that she got her morning snakkies (Chondroitin/Glucosamine and her breath snack).

    What an adorable picture for sure .. awww cuteness quotent: a 25 on a scale of 1-25!
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    Quote Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn View Post
    Today we attended Responsible Dog Owner Day at one of the city parks. It was an opportunity for dogs and owners to socialize with others and there were of course all types of booths set up. We are fostering a Min Pin and a Pom right now for our local Animal Care and Control. The little guy in the booster seat is my own 14 yo Pom, Toby Bean, who I rescued in March and is 14 years old! The equally adorable little guy is Sammy, a 5 yo black Pom that has spent the last week at our home. These two gentlemen spent the morning strutting their stuff around the park and eating up all the attention that was showered on them. Once in the car, neither one could keep their eyes open!

    Look at your own risk, you might just melt from all the cuteness!!!
    They are too CUTE!!! Thank you for sharing

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