Let me tell you, these days, I'm hopping. But, contributing to the survival of a rare breed and having some births that we so direly need in France, is giving me the will to continue....and just do it.
Yes, 17 dogs under one roof? Nuts you say..I know, I can hear you. But it all works out fine....believe me.
Good thing everyone under the roof, meaning the other dogs, is participating. Found Thelma with them several times, in their pen and couldn't figure out why. She has been regurgitating food for them as she did with her pups.
Che, who didn't want others coming too close has decided it was all ok.
I think Che gets up in the middle of the night and cleans everything before I get up in the morning, because their pen is spotless. It is amazing. She has been a wonderful mother. they now all go outside and spend time romping around.
came home today after class and found 2 wandering around the living room. I have no clue as to how they got out, but all was well.
At least I know I picked them right. They are both going to guide schools for the blind!