That's her again on the right. I've been told she's a tough little chica. She's going to have to be if she thinks she's going to keep me in line.
We haven't named her yet, but are working on a list of names to try out on her when we meet her. We're hoping she'll let us know which one is her actual name.
She's a Lakeland Terrier (like Lacie, Scruffy's little sister). Here she's in squirrel patrol training at her foster home in Florida with her brother. (That's her again on the right). They look pretty intense, huh? It's a good thing she's preparing for squirrel patrol because she's going to have to earn her keep around here.
She is around 10 weeks old, was the only girl in a litter of 5 pups, and the other 3 boys are all black. They were found in a puppy mill that was being run on a pig farm out behind a trailer where her former owner lived. Thankfully, the great people at Florida Terrier Rescue (the rescue group Bussie's mama volunteers for, and the group that is helping Janie find a furrever home) found out about them and got them out of the hole where they were living.
My girl is going to Florida in a little over a week to bring her back, then she will officially be my sissy (though she's already my sissy in my heart).
More scoop will be forthcoming, but for now, I just wanted to share the news! If you want to read more about her and her brothers, you can go to their blog. It's called Double Trouble.
So excited I've got the wiggles,
Big SHOUT OUT to Bussie's mama for paving the way with the rescue group, and for Bussie and Janie for letting my girl drop their names to some key hoomans. Those two are powerful pups in the dog rescue world, let me tell ya!