401(Grey) Investor

Annie Sansevere
In thanks to Amy Kerr.

Michael and Gina Julian

Foster Family

John Pepper


Monday November 27, 2017

I am a sweet little man!!


As I wrap up my time at the Thanksgiving babysitter, they wanted me to tell you a few things they learned about me! They are very sad they can't keep me because they are moving to a condo that will already be full of crates and doggy things, but they know I will find a fun new home soon, so that makes it easier.

1. I love food, but I am mostly motivated by snuggles. I really do love people, and if you love me back, I will go WHEREVER you lead me... kind of like a Gilmore Girl. :)

2. I am getting really good at sleeping all night on a pillow beside my favorite human's bed. I love being all snuggled on the floor next to her, so it takes me a minute to even get up for potties in the morning!

3. Did I mention that I love my people? Well, I love them so much that sometimes I have to be reminded that I am not one of them and I can't sit on the sofa with them. I mind very well with correction, but it sometimes takes me a minute to remember.

4. I am a VERY easy dog. I pretty much do whatever you ask and don't demand a lot of things. When I need something, I do a little low, sweet "rooooo" noise and then lick your hand. Otherwise, I just hang out beside you!

5. I potty when I am told and eat what you feed me without complaint.

6. I like my crate because that is where the food goes. It's pretty easy to convince me to get in there, and I'll hang out in there until you come home to snuggle me.

7. I have a pretty cute derp face and like to roach and show you my belly. My tongue sometimes has a mind of its own and you never really know where it will be hanging out, but all-in-all, that thing is a pretty cute feature on me (if I do say so myself).

Anyway, I had a fun time with my new friends and can't wait to meet some more very very soon!


Saturday November 18, 2017

Thanksgiving Break


I’m headed to a new house to celebrate something they call Thanksgiving. I’m not sure what that means, but I’m excited to explore a little and meet some new people. I do love people! Hopefully my sweet face will earn me extra treats and lots of rubs. I’ll check back in soon and let you know how it’s going!


Monday October 2, 2017

Look into My Eyes


Maisy has very expressive eyes. It's hard to tell if he's saying, "yes, treats, yes, preferably McDonalds" or "Adopt me. Adopt me now!"

First, we have to wait for his broken leg to finish healing.(See the green bandage on his lower right leg?) Once he's certified healed, he'll be ready for his forever home. We're projecting that'll be toward the end of December.


Saturday September 16, 2017

Serious EST


Maisy is recovering nicely from surgery to repair his broken leg. Things are going so well, he's decided to show us his EST, also known as Escaped Tongue Syndrome.

Some people call this look generally "derp." According to greyhound cartooniest Rich Skipworth, derp describes the facial expression of a greyhound that seems to imply complete and utter spaced-out, empty-headed weirdness. Usually accompanied by Escaped Tongue Syndrome.


 
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