Well, we got stranded about an hour from home the first night as the weather changed so drastically and very quickly! I was able to get my spare key for my Sebring from an employee that had been working with my husband and was coming back to the city were I had to stay overnight with Rowan and the boys. Friday morning we were off bright and early. We drove the two hours where we met up with my husband. The rest of the trip was smooth sailing. The breeders we got Bentley from are even friendlier in real life. We had a BLAST! I consider them dear friends and we we be definetly be getting a 'dog friendly' truck and will be going to Calgary to visit in the future!
Bentley is a trooper. He is sleeping in his crate now as I type. A little whining but nothing major. He is 'grazer' and I hope I can get him eating better which inturn will help with the whole housebreaking thing. Here are a few pictures from the weekend. More to follow!
Glad you all made it home safely. Welcome, little Bentley. He is just a bundle of cuteness!! :-* :-*
Katie and Boo
Oh man I am totally in love with that little guy!! :-* :-* Congrats on your new family member!
Oh My. Gosh!
I haven't had puppy fever hit me this hard in a long time (and I spent a few hours with puppies last weekend!)
How cute is he!!
Charlie (foster) and Rocky
Bentley is gorgeous What does Rowan think of him?
Won't someone please feed me!
OOOHHH welcome home, i've ben thinking about you all these past 2 days.
Bentley is gorgeous, he has done so well to cope with that journey, now the fun begins!
Welcome home Bentley ~ :-*
"some days you are the dog, some days you are the tree!"
Kate mom to Jed Jasmine and Joelly
Bentley! OMG! Too cute. Glad you had a safe trip. More pictures k!
Courtney, Bogey and Calli
Oh I love the snow covered puppy picture. I can almost smell his puppy breath. Looking forward to lots of pictures and glad to here you made the trip safely.
He is so sweet! :-* Welcome home Bentley.
What a beautiful face he has !! So glad you finally have him home !!
He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.