Sunday, February 8, 2009

Tennis Ball Graveyard

Mix a little sun with some warm-ER temps and its time to harvest the tennis ball crop.

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.


  1. you're going to be famous off this blog. I know it. Can I help w/ your PR? -Slopez (no spaces).

  2. nice! do up the pr slopez! did you see hank?