We adopted Snickers on January 5th and it's amazing how much she's grown. Thankfully she's slowed down and weighs only 45 lbs (the same weight 2 months in a row). I know some people couldn't understand why we would want to adopt a pitbull but we're here to prove to them that pits are great dogs.
Waiting in line to take this cutie home
She was so tiny!
Once a lap dog...always a lap dog
Hanna talking her on a walk
Jinx isn't sure about this new creature in the house
Even the puppy uses a stool in this house
The soccer ball when it looked like a soccer ball (kind of)
Please can I sleep in here?
Off to pick Hanna up from preschool
See...more stool time
Showing her patience
Chilling with Cam
This is what happens when I try to exercise with the dog around
This is when I was doing squats
And this during planking
See...still a lap dog!!
Lots of walks
Walking in the hills by my parents
Making sure the girls are ok when swimming
The sprinkler ball has survived - as many of you thought it wouldn't
Supervising Caty while she cleans her bike
Watching for something
Snickers new crate - which fits all 3 kids!!
Hmm...looks like the above pic just with a different animal
Snickers home for the week we headed to San Diego for the LPA National Convention
Snickers is a joy to have. She's loving, smart, goofy and definitely a crazy puppy! She's now 10 months old and thankfully has slowed down in her weight gain. Since we adopted her in January she was gaining 6-8 pounds a month but the last 2 months she's actually lost a lb and has topped out at 45 lbs. We'll see what happens next time we bring her in for her flea/heartworm med. We were hoping to hit the 50 lbs mark so we could order more than one month at a time online but she still hasn't reached that - so we'll see.
Hope that you'll get to meet her someday!