Brittney decided to go on a big adventure to Chuck and Donâs to do a meet and greet. Things went well with her and she had a lot of fun going out and meeting the people. Of course we had to keep telling her to slow down since she is an expectant mom now. She does so well when she is around other dogs and oh boy did she love the attention that was showered upon her by all the people. Brit is very scared when coming into a new situation but she warms up fairly quickly. Within 30 minutes her tail was starting to come up and there were some very good wags going on.
Brit is just starting to show, and she will start meeting with her new foster mom this week so they can get used to each other before the big change happens on the 15th. I am very nervous for my girl, but I think with Brit and I meeting Connie and Rick that is going to help both of us get over the transition of moving.
Brittney has been told she has to start eating more. We will work up to, get this, 8 cups of food a day! I was even told for a few days it could go up to 10 cups a day. WOW â what is going to come out of this girl, elephants? She is not doing very well with the change to Iams Puppy so Connie is calling Pet Chef Express on Monday to try and get some Pet Chef Puppy and then we will start adding that VERY slowly and see if her delicate system can tolerate this food a little better.
Connie and I have decided we will be grandparents at the ripe old age of early 40âs (Connie turns 41 today and I (Steve) turn 43 on October 30). Wow itâs a good thing this is NOT a real grand baby human â scary!
I am sure Connie will find something to say after each of our meetings this week, so check back often. If you are interested in Brit, please send placement@Ragom.org a note. She maybe unavailable for adoption today, but if you are willing to wait for Christmas to bring her home, come and meet her!
Oh yeah, we got some great pictures from Chuck and Donâs so take a peek below. "I am a wonderful girl with, yes, an underbite!"
Foster Dad and soon to be Foster Mom