Thursday, May 14, 2009

Millie Needs A Furever Home

With much regret and sadness Mom and Dad have not been able to get Millie and I to get along. We are just too much alike; both of us want to be the top banana and neither of us are willing to give ground. Millie has really come out of her shell and seems happy to be here, just not with me. I have to admit that I don't like sharing the attention as well.

  • Millie is a very sweet 6 year old female Wire Haired Fox Terrier.
  • Needs a furever home with NO Dogs in household.
  • Very friendly with everyone she meets
  • Preferably no children under 13 (Only because there's no history)
  • Up to date on all shots
  • Micro chipped
  • Housebroken
  • Well behaved
  • Walks well on leash
She has lost a little weight and with a good diet and exercise we should be able to keep her out of the substantial wire club.

So I'm putting it out there to all my furry friends to please spread the word for Millie. Please post a picture and a link if you can and hopefully we can find Millie a furever home where she can be someones ONLY princess.

Please contact Mom or Dad at or

Crossed paws for Millie,


Thursday, May 7, 2009

Millies First Day

Well yesterday I went to meet Millie and everything was okay, we didn't fight. She wanted to sniff me all over. When we got home I showed Millie my back yard and all the best grass to eat.

She tried some for herself.

I guess because this is a new place she looks a little confused.

She didn't want to run around and play today.

I showed her some of my favorite roaching spots.

Millie decided to give it a try for herself.

Millie came in the house and sniffed around and checked things out but she does not seem to like me. She growls and snaps at me so she is confined to the kitchen for now. Maybe she has just been through a lot of change in the last two weeks. Dad takes us for walks together and she is fine no growling or snapping.

Well we'll just have to take it one day at a time and see if she comes around. Please keep your paws crossed for Millie.

Luna Licks,


Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Tomorrow I Meet Millie

Well tomorrow I meet Millie. Millie is a 6 year old female Wire who was brought to a local rescue shelter. Mom and Dad found out about her from a neighbor who volunteers there. Millie's Dad had to move into an assisted living home and couldn't take Millie with him. So tomorrow Millie and I are doing a meet and greet to see if we get along. I am told that Millie is very sweet and good with humans and other dogs so we will see what happens. If all goes well Millie will be coming to live with us.

I overheard Mom and Dad talking that Millie is a little... I mean a lot on the round side. I heard the four letter word diet which usually means less treats and less handouts from the kitchen.

Well I will keep you posted. Please keep your paws crossed for Millie.

Luna Licks,