When Deborah's daughter first expressed her desire to have a puppy, she looked in the newspaper and found an advertisement for Schnoodles for sale in her area code. Upon further inquiry if there was a female in the litter, Deb's daughter went out to meet the puppies for sale. Of course she fell in love with an adorable white and apricot schnoodle.
Leaving the driveway of the farm our puppy barked loudly. She was a bit confused and disturbed with the noise made from the car tires rolling over the gravel as we slowly pulled onto the paved road.
She was a tiny eight week old mini Schnoodle, a mix of a mini-schnauzer and poodle. We took no time enrolling "Bella" into a puppy head start program at the local pet store.
We have a wonderful, well-trained full grown dog today (plus a Maltese, male) who is socially attracted to people more than her own canine breeds.
She warms up the room and brings our home to life with her antics and constant love, which from pets is usually unconditional. Because of a thing we desire, having a family, Bella fit into our family tree naturally, but when her brother came along, she shared her family with him and we now are a two pet clan.
Bring on the pets to warm up your house and turn it into a home. The love you receive is overwhelming and fills you with joy each day.
There's a lot of shelters, but to own a dog with your shelter brings in a fresh breath of air and sunshine even if it's a cloudy, rainy day....like today.
Happy sheltering, and may a dog improve your quality of your home and your life!