🍁Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!🍁
🍂🍂On this day 3 years ago is when I got my little Tucky boy and I'm so thankful for him ❤️
🍂🍂I'm also unbelievably thankful for my Jessie girl too and I couldn't imagine the house without them both. 🍂🍂These 2 dogs fill my life with so much happiness. Tucker has gotten me through some of my worst times and Jess has come into my life right as I was making some big changes.
What are you thankful for this year?
Let me know in the comments 🦃
Jessie's first time in the snow!! Tucker has traveled with me through all kinds of climates across the US from West Virginia to California so he's seen snow plenty of times before and knows he's not a big fan when it's this early in the morning 😂
But Jessie had a blast and keeps wanting to go back out in it! I'm not letting her stay outside for longer than about 5-10 minutes and she's very perturbed about it 😂😂
Check out my local friends to see how they are dealing with the first snow of the season!
Puppers aprectiation post!! *not sorry for the long post 💁
All the dogs I've had in my life have been incredible and I've loved them all.
Buttercup was the first dog I ever had. We got her when I was only 5 years old. She was an Akita/German Shepherd mix who we rescued from someone who was giving her away in front of a grocery store. She passed away when she was only 4 years old because of a poisonous spider bite.
Honeybun was a lab/chow mix who we rescued from the local shelter as a companion for Butter. When we brought her home she was so scared of everything that she wouldn't even stand up straight. Her and Butter soon became best friends though and lived together happily for 3 1/2 years until Butter died. Honeybun lived with us from when she was 6 months old until she died at 14 years old.
We got Penny when Bunny was about 5 and my sister and I tricked my mom into adopting her when we had to go to the shelter to update Bunny's registration. She was the most pitiful looking thing in a crate in the back. She was just a sad, skinny 1 year old when we brought her home but once we got her healthy from the kennel cough and worms she came with she turned into the most high energy pup we've ever had. Being a beagle/aussie mix she was loud and had a drive to do any kind of work. She still lives with my mom out in California and despite being about 12 years old now she still manages to find trouble wherever she can.
Tucker is my one and only little man. He is a Jindo mix and he is the one that finally got me to make a dogstagram. He is my registered emotional support dog that I don't know what I'd do without. He was originally born in Korea at a dog meat farm. When him and his family were rescued they were brought to LA where I picked him up from the airport at just under 3 months old. He was obviously traumatized and didn't trust anyone but me for a long time. He's come such a long way in the 3 years I've had him and I'm so proud of him.
Finally there's Jessie. All of you got to see the day I brought her home and she has quicky become such a wonderful part of my little pack here in Oklahoma. I have no idea what breed she is so she's my little Hienz 57 dog ❤