Last June I introduced Hershey.
One day, when I have a lot more stamina than I do this morning, I will tell Hershey's entire story.
Hershey and all her pups were adopted into really nice homes.
In fact, I still stay in touch with the families and receive updates now and again on how all are doing.
The above picture is my latest update on Hershey.
Sweet Hershey is in her 2nd adoptive home.
She was returned by the first for jumping over the 5 ft. fence the new family expected her to stay in.
Hershey also has anxiety issues.
She tends to panic when she can't find her people. She loves her people and just wants to be with them.
Hershey's 2nd home is much more dog anxiety saavy than the first one was...thank goodness.
Her new home provided her with a crate for nighttime and time when her family is away, and she is part of their family rather than a lawn ornament.
Hershey's new mom is a stay at home Mom and can take time with her each and everyday.
Hershey is in heaven.
It's the home she's always wanted.
I talked with Hershey's new mom a few days ago, and she told me about an incident they had when Hershey was frightened by holiday revelry.
We ended the conversation with me saying:
"Thank you so much for loving Hershey despite her shortcomings."
Hershey's new mom's response was this:
"We all have shortcomings, and all deserve to be loved."