Weight Watchers and Dogs

Two of my co-workers (not any of the ones that work directly in my office) are going to Weight Watchers on Wednesday after work!  I'm so very excited for them!  They've asked a lot of questions....it seems most people worry about "starving" or having to give up their "favorite foods" - nope, you don't have to do that on Weight Watchers!

Hubby and I have been considering another dog.  Several months ago we had brought home a beagle that we called "Lucy" from a local pet store for the weekend.  It didn't work out as well as we had hoped, but Lucy did end up getting a really good home.  A Boston terrier mix has been at the same store for some time; but he got adopted out the minute we decided to give him a try.  Seeeessshh......

Today we went to the Humane Society of Washington County, MD to look at one of the dogs "Molly" they had on their website.  She's a terrier mix that was found as a stray.  We get there, Molly is still available they send us into the back.  It's such a sad experience walking through that area and seeing all those dogs wanting your attention.  Most are pit bulls or pit bulls mixes - all were extremely friendly and it was so heartbreaking.  Anyway, we reach  Molly's kennel and Molly isn't there....a sign indicates she's "out to the vet's".  We continue walking around.  Every kennel has a dog.  I come across this adorable little pocket dog named Peaches - she and I bonded immediately.....unfortunately Peaches has several applications already.  The other couple who were in there also inquired about her...she was quite popular!  We were informed that Molly was at the Vet's and would be back in tomorrow.  There were no applications on her yet, so we put one in to put us at the front of the pack.  We'll meet her hopefully tomorrow and if all goes well, we'll go back with Toby & Keyser to meet her as well.  I'd share a photo but they already took her off the website!

If anyone reading here lives in the Hagerstown, MD area and is looking for a dog - please visit the Humane Society there.  They are busting at the seams with dogs and the lady informed us that there are 60 more in the back waiting to be evaluated before being put on the adoption floor. And well with all the kennels on the adoption floor being full, you know what has to happen to make room.   I know there are a lot of stories out there about how hard they are to adopt from but they just want to make sure the animal doesn't end up back there!  With so many...the adoption may go a little easier right now.