Just wanted to introduce myself. This is the first time I have been involved in a forum and trying to understand how all this works.
I have six dogs, two I purchased and four I rescued. They are a handful especially on bath day but I cannot imagine my life without a bundle of fur to love and care for.
My littlest (Booboo-a Pomeranian-Papillon mix) is a joy to be around. Sugar & Macek (Shih Tzus) are my senior citizens and I watch them carefully. Patti is a Papillon mix and when I first found her (a half block from a six lane road) I wasn't sure she was going to make it. My vet went above and beyond to find out what was wrong with her as she refused all food and water. Come to find out she had a neck injury and was in pain. Now she is doing fine and is a very loving girl. Taligirl was a stray I took in and she has turned into a hefty and viligant guard dog. She ran someone off who tried to walk into my house one day...which she had gotten the chance to take a bite out of the creep. My last dog is Serena, a severally abused dog that desperately needed someone to love her. I found her in Friends of Strays and they let me adopt her.
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Hi Betsie. Welcome to the forum. Six dogs is definitely a handful. But it's worth the hassle (talking by experience).
My family at one point had 11. Two of our own and one pregnant stray we rescued that had 8 puppies. The two we had passed away at 20 and 14. We found homes for 6 of the puppies and the mom. Kept 2 of the puppies (kirby and tristi) who lived with us for 12 and 16 yrs.
I have Pomeranian, actually I have 13 Pomeranian. I would love to see a picture of your Booboo. I can only imagine what that combo looks like. Mine are a definite handful but worth it (sometimes)lol. Nothing better than laying on the floor and having all of them licking pawing and climbing on me to get my attention.