I just wanted to let everyone know that we found Millie a furever home.
Some really nice people, Allen and Amy adopted her and she has settled in to their household quite nicely.
While we may not have gotten along I did show Millie that squeaker toys can be fun.
Mom and Dad gave Millie some squeaker toys but she would go hide when they squeaked. Well one night Millie was watching me be my lunatic self and watching me play with my favorite squeaky ball. Instead of hiding Millie was whining so Dad gave her an extra one I had and she was hooked. Millie became a squeaky ball addict.
When Millie's new pawents came to pick her up Mom packed up her stuff along with some food. When it was time to leave we all went out to see her off and wish her well, even me.
Before they could leave Millie needed to leave some peemail for the other dogs in the neighborhood so she took her new Mom on a mini tour of the neighborhood.
Millie and I said our goodbye's and we wished her well in her new home.
Millie doesn't live that far so maybe we can visit her someday.
Best wishes sweet Millie in your new home, we will miss you.
I am a female Wire Haired Fox Terrier. Born February 3, 2006 at Thornton' Wires in Clermont, FL. Lynn and Carl Comstock, my wirey Mom Stella and my wirey Grandma Madeline raised me for the 1st 8 weeks of my life. My wirey Dad is Smithy. My new Mom Joan came down from New York and picked me up. We spent a few days in Jacksonville visiting with GG and then it was off to New York on a jet plane. You know what its like to ride under a seat for 3 hours? When we landed in New York, my new Dad John was there to meet us.
Mom and dad are great parents. They have given me a great home, actually 2 great homes. In the summer I spend a lot of time out on my sailboat. I rule the roost here only they don't know it. On those occasions when I mis-behave I'm too cute for them to stay mad at me for long.