Her latest journey took her on a transport with Wills and Kate a brother/sister pair that were two years old. Wills was very skinny and had lots of various worms, but not Heartworm, thankgoodness. This journey also brought us to the picture that we posted this past Wednesday for "Wordless Wednesday".
Kate very excited to be out of the kennel. We had stopped for a potty break and I allowed them outside of the kennels for the last 10 minutes of the ride to Dwight.
I think I smell another hounddog here
Wills very excited to be free of the kennel
Checking out the view
Kate looking forwad to her new life
Here we are at the Dwight Vet Clinic in Dwight. This was a drop off point for them until their foster mom could get them picked up.
Kate the more red basset and Wills the more liver colored basset.
They were definately a bonded brother/sister pair. Wills would lay in the back and clean Kate's face. So sweet and loving.
Wills and Kate we wish you all the best in finding a fur-ever home real soon.
In dropping off Wills and Kate I noticed something new to the Dwight Veterinary Clinic wall. A painted basset hound statue. Know I have been up to the Clinic several times over the last few months and have never noticed it before, so I assume it is a pretty new addition. I don't have much detail about it, but assume it must be something that was done for the Illinois Basset Waddle last year. I will be asking some questions to find out how you can acquire one of these lovely statues.
Sniffs, The HoundDogs and HoundDogMom