In another two months or so, when the puppies are fully weaned, they'll go into foster homes of their own, then get adopted. At that point, Blossom can be spayed and begin her heartworm treatment, so she can start to heal physically as well as emotionally. Sometime around late September, Escriva expects Blossom will be ready to go up for adoption, too. Having saved these puppies, Blossom will get to go on and enjoy her own sweet life.
One day, a couple of weeks after he arrived, Bob got loose in the apartment by accident. But instead of going after the bunny, Grace quietly went to the spot where she gets treats for ignoring the rats. DesRoche rewarded her with a mountain of food for her very good behavior. "We've been building from there," DesRoche says.
These puppies are in training to serve and pawtect. A Taiwanese police department's K-9 unit has recruited six new puppies to possibly join their squad. Fushin, Schumann, Feida, Yige, AJ and Liang were born in early May. Their parents are Yellow and Leader, a pair of 2-year-old detection dogs with the New Taipei City Police Department's K-9 unit. The half-dozen cuties will be trained to follow in Yellow and Leader's paw prints, mostly as drug detection dogs.
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