TEN-HUT! Attention please for Sarge the puppy. All you need to entertain Sarge is a shoe lace, pair of beat up pants and a leash to chase.
Rhylynn and her ears. Tiny pup with big ears. It would be like duct taping two satellite dishes on a five year old's head. And yes on our walk we did stop frequently to listen to the sounds on Enterprise Road. Very affectionate. LOVED to be held.
Benson. What a teddy bear. Benson is a dog that seems to be taken out of a children's book. Walked great on the leash - needs some mud flaps though. We would sprint at times. Benson is smart. Knew when it was time to slow down. One volunteer said he is Majestic. I will have to agree to that. Majestic indeed.
I did it again. Forgot a dog's name. For the sake of this post, I will name him Chug - he is a Chihuahua Pug mix of some sort. The name suits him though. On our walk he pulled like a train. chug-a-chug-a. Super HAPPY dog.
Belinda the beautiful. On our walk Belinda was always aware of where I was. In fact, in the beginning, she would not walk ahead of me. Towards the end though she became more comfortable to race ahead. When I would stop, Melinda would do some sort of army crawl towards me. Great dog - very friendly.
I've said it before and I will say it again. Big hearts pull together to ensure that these good dogs find loving homes. In the short time that I have been volunteering here, I have such more of an appreciation of what these people do day in and day out. These dogs are on their way thanks to the endless devotion of EBHS.