|Venza, now Cricket
Height/Weight: Wee Tiny
Fenced yard required:
Location: SE Michigan
Foster Home: Sue
Likes Car Rides:
Good with cats:
Good with kids: Yes
From our Facebook page, July, 2014: "Cricket and Link's first time swimming ever and boy do they love it!!!!!!"
March 21, 2014: "They are both doing amazing and are such great dogs. They both just got baths today due to all of the mud that is around now. Cricket doesn't mind the baths and loves to swim but Link hates getting wet. Cricket loves the cold and Link adores laying by the fire place. Link is the dominant one but quiet and cricket is very vocal. Cricket LOVES to fetch and Link is taking to herding the horses more. They are the best of friends but very much opposites. Here are some pics of them my favorite is when they wait for the kids at the bus stop."
Venza was adopted in August, 2013 and is now known as Cricket. Here she is in her new home with her brother, Tundra (now Link), who was adopted by the same family. Our first update: "I just wanted to send you an update on our two sweet puppies. They are both amazing little dogs and so very loved. We have been having lots of play time both inside and out as well as short one on one training time. Both pups know SIT and NO and are working hard on lay down and stay. They are also doing very well with house training and have only had a few accidents. We have taken a couple of outings to the store with them and they are loved by all. Best of all my kids are in love with them and very active in both playtime and training! We are so happy you gave us the chance to adopt these two sweet puppies."
Brand new Venza, born June 22, 2013.
Venza is the most playful of the litter. She loves to mouth her siblings, and has perfected the sit-and-swat maneuver! She'll 'bop' anyone who engages her in playtime. She was the first to chew on siblings' ears and legs, which is becoming less welcome by her brethren now that her teeth have erupted! Her little teeny tiny growls are SO FUNNY!!! She doesn't sit still for long, so it's harder to get clear pictures of her when she's not sound asleep. Then, because she 'sleeps hard' just like she 'plays hard,' she's usually somewhere near the bottom of the puppy pile!