JUANA: Well, after a great home visit for Hannah with Cindy the day before. l texted Cindy, I wanted to know how Hannah’s first night went. Cindy said, “Hannah is such a sweetheart.” She told me that Hannah hadn’t gone inside. She knows her stuff and she has been someone’s inside dog before. She’s house trained and very sweet. She won’t leave Cindy’s side. She walks around and stays with Cindy. She knows her stuff. Cindy’s dogs are still trying to figure out why she’s there. She’s just so sweet and they don’t mind her being there. Cindy’s Boston Terrier was the one, who wouldn’t accept Leyla.
BILL: Was there another Leyla, who you took for a home visit in Grand Saline?
JUANA: That was Leyla and Cindy. Cindy wanted to adopt Leyla and her Boston Terrier wouldn’t accept her. So she didn’t adopt Leyla and another lady did. He’s 12 years old and he’s an alpha dog and he’s still a grouchy old man, but he has accepted Hannah. She is much calmer than Leyla. Leyla was very sweet, but she was hyper and he couldn’t stand that. Hannah is very laid back. Anyway, Hannah’s adoption is going great.
BILL: Are they nuts, because it was cold?
JUANA: Yes, they are nuts. Everything was fine at the shelter. The dogs enjoyed the day. It was cold, but they run and play and they have heating lamps and hay in all of the doghouses. During caregiving, Wayne put extra hay in all of the doghouses with the help of our caregivers. And I asked Wayne if we could put up some extra heating lamps. We moved Mickey and Minnie into the kennel, where Wendy and Chester used to be. It’s the kennel right next to the wall of H2. Wendy had chewed up her heating lamp. Wayne put in another one with extra cables in Mickey and Minnie’s shelter. That wasn’t a problem for him.
Harley had got his treat already.
Tyler was putting up a heating lamp for Nancy and Harley. He had the front board off, so he could get in there and install the heating lamp for them.
Collin was kissing Wayne, as if to say, “Thank you, thank you for the hay.” They are adorable! All of the dogs get so frisky, when they get new hay.
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