Labradoodle Rescue & Goldendoodle Rescue
Before any of you think we're totally crazy, we know that there's no such thing as a "Snicker-doodle" but we think this classification fits him perfectly! Since no one can tell us what he is except freakin' adorable, we have mutually decided that he HAS to be a "doodle" and what better kind of doodle to call him! He just is SO sweet and we want to EAT HIM UP!
To give the new ones on here some background info, this is our 3rd foster for DRC. Her DH says she's my "partner-in-crime." All I know is that "partnering" makes the process less scary and a lot more fun! Last September, we pulled Leah, a beautiful labradoodle, who I fostered and found a perfect forever family for in Austin. In December, we pulled Norman, a sick aussie-doodle, that she fostered and found a wonderful forever home for in Frisco. NOW, here's CARTER!! This time, we're doing it together since we both had upcoming obligations over the next few weeks. Carter doesn't mind one bit -- it just means there's more people to love him! Besides being a "snicker-doodle," he's also a LOVE BUG so the more love the better!
We really wish Carter could talk to tell us "his story" because the story that we know just doesn't make sense! Why in the world would someone dump this 'lil beauty in the least desirable area of our community?? Who could drive away with this face in his or her rear-view mirror?? He was picked up by our animal control on May 7th and sat in a run for 10 days before I was told about him. This is what I found last Thursday:
After sending a few pics to Jeannine with DRC, we were told "WE WANT HIM" and Libby and I started making our plan! We now know this about our 'lil friend -- he's 18.5 lbs, about 10 months old, heart-worm negative, parasite- and worm-free, and 100% adorable! He was flea-infested, but after a couple of rounds of flea dip at The Grateful Dog dog-wash, he was good-to-go!! He is so good-natured and doesn't know a stranger! Our vet does not believe that he was "on the street" long -- he's just too clean. I suppose that he had to be go thru a "rough" patch to make us way to us and most importantly, to the DRC and ultimately his forever home! Oh, did I mention that he's housebroken?? Well, he is!!
Here are a couple of pics to show you how well he has adjusted to our dogs...
You just have to agree with us...this is one of the cutest fosters EVER! Our little "Snicker-doodle" will soon be listed and we just know that his forever family is waiting for him. Thank you, Jeannine and Jacqui, for letting Libby and me help Carter find them!
P.S. If you want to see more pics, just let us know! Our cameras are full of them!
HERE ARE SOME NEW PICS OF THE CARTER: