The previous article (Part 3) ended with Hayley living happily in her forever home and the pet shop girls in Animal Control hands. At this point the Southern California German Shepherd Rescue (SCGSR) took in the three girls. The were in poor health, malnourished and the smallest only weighed 8 lbs and the largest was 18 lbs.
SCGSR took them to the vet and found they all had coccidia, giardia and round worm. Medication needed to be started immediately.
On Ustream SCGSR’s faithful followers awaited anxiously, since they heard new puppies were coming, to find out who they were, where they came from and what happened. This is a dedicated group that had watched Juno’s pups grow up and leave, then saw Serena and her pups arrive (the 7 pups only 1 day old). Now word of three new Pet Shop Girls spread.
Suddenly the camera was on the three new puppies (see the video in part 3 or here) and everyone was introduced to the pups in three sizes. Small, medium and large. A short time later, they got their first meal and medications for the parasites (see that video here)
They stayed with Marcy until Easter Sunday, when they moved on to their foster home at Maxine’s to get healthy, socialized and some basic training. While still at Marcy’s, they had one of her famous story times where she read to them. (See video on this page). The wookies had always loved their story times with Marcy. They also had their first bath on Easter Sunday (See next story for that video).
They enjoyed their time at Marcy’s but that sunny Easter afternoon (See slideshow of all the pet shop kids) they moved on.
Maxine became their loving foster mom. This was a difficult job due to their previous abuse and neglect and health issues, but her love and patience made wonderful puppies for their future adoptive homes.:
Part 5 will discuss Maxine’s story with Piper and the Kids.
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