New HomesPosted: July 19, 2007
People ask us all the time, “Isn’t it hard to let our puppies and dogs go, don’t we get attached?” Of course we do! It is especially hard to let some of the older dogs go, that have been so important to us. Yet, those moments of sadness seem almost insignificant compared to the joy we are able to give the puppies/dogs and their new owners when the dogs are placed in their “forever” homes. This past weekend, I placed 2 puppies in their “forever” homes and I look forward to staying in touch and hearing about the love and joy the puppies have brought into their new familes.-Julie
Also, going to her new home is, “Timbers’ For Your Eyes Only”, call name Iris. Iris, went to live with Shelley Potter, who will co-own her with my daughter, Kaylee and myself. I have know Shelley for years, as a student of mine ,where I teach confirmation classes. Shelley has shown and raised Lowland Polish Sheepdogs and has always loved the look and heritage of the lhasa .Shelley contacted me, when she decided she was ready for a “show” lhasa. I look forward, to watching Shelley fall in love with breed (we all know it is inevitable) and welcoming her into our world of the Lhasa Apso and the Fleetfire Timbers’ circle of friends.
You may have noticed Shelley has been posting comments for the past couple of months and there is a link to her website.