Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Meet Tess and Jake
Marcus: Hey, I don't like this one bit. I'm supposed to be the center of attention. Why are we featuring strangers today?
Cyndi: This blog is not all about you. You have to learn to share.
Marcus: In that case, I'm going to collect my toys and hide them, especially my soccer ball, until after the strangers leave.
Cyndi: They aren't actually here, Marcus. You don't have to hide anything. We're just sharing a little blog time with some pups today.
Marcus: Are we getting paid?
Cyndi: No, we're just being neighborly. Put a smile on your face and help me introduce them.
Marcus: Okay, I'll help, but I want to get paid, so you need to knock down that open bag of treats on top of my crate after we finish.
Cyndi: If you do it out of the goodness of your heart, you'll feel so good you won't need treats.
Marcus: All right, I'll try. This adorable little puppy is Tess.
Cyndi: Wait! This could be Jake. I'm not sure.
Marcus: How could you not know which pup is which?
Cyndi: Because there were no names with the pictures and every pup needs a name, so I picked two just for this post.
Marcus: Oh, great. So this is Jake ... or Tess. Do you know anything about them?
Cyndi: Yes. There are seven puppies looking for a good forever home. They are a Lab/Weimaraner mix.
Marcus: A what mix?
Cyndi: Everyone knows the happy, energetic Labrador retriever. A Weimaraner is a gray hunting dog.
Marcus: So we're asking if anyone is looking to adopt a dog that will collect all the tennis balls in its path as it hunts the human's dinner?
Cyndi: Something like that. A playful working dog. As I said there are seven pups, in various shades of chocolate. Two Tesses and five Jakes. They were six weeks old last Friday.
Marcus: The pups are in Upson County, Georgia. If anyone is interested in adopting one, email us your information and we will pass the information on to the puppy's human. There is a contact form in the left column of this blog.
Cyndi: Thank you for helping me, Marcus. Here's the treat bag you asked for.
Marcus: But it's empty.
Cyndi: You asked for the treat bag. You didn't mention wanting something in it.