Saturday, August 6, 2011
Hello and Welcome
I am starting this new blog to chronicle the experience and open it up to the public and anyone who would like to be a part of the process.
We’re still working through how all of this is going to work but I’ve made a few decisions:
(1) I’m going with another Great Pyrenees. Meeting so many awesome mixed breeds on the road I thought back then my next one will be a plain ole American mutt, just as long as I always have one Pyr in my pack. But after losing Murphy I realized I’m 2 for 2. I couldn’t have been blessed with better mates than he and Malcolm - the jury is still out on
. So life is short, get a Great Pyr, I decided. Hudson
(2) It’ll be from a rescue or shelter which makes (3) harder but it needs to be a puppy, 2 – 6 months old. I want it to be young enough to grow into our pack and full of puppiness for Hudsy. He hasn’t gotten to play a lot this past year and it’s his time now.
In this blog I want to share what I learn throughout the adoption process and enable others to participate in it as well. If you’re a shelter or rescue you can post prospective mates for Hudson here as well as share best practices for a successful adoption, qualities to look for that fit your pack, and best ways to introduce them into their new environment. Other people will be allowed to share success stories with their adoptions as well which we can all learn from.
I am working with Sheila Rinks on this and she’ll be the blog admin. All you have to do is email her at email@example.com what you want to post and as long as it fits the criteria, she’ll invite you on as a guest blogger (I know there are a ton of great dogs out there looking for homes but I’d like to keep the focus here on finding a prospective mate for
We’re still working out the kinks in this concept but the process is probably going to take a few months and we want to get started with it now. Let’s find
a brother…. Keep the faith and puppy up! Hudson
Happy birthday, my boy
Hudson and Luke
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