Labradoodle Rescue & Goldendoodle Rescue
Ok, now for a long overdue story. As Winston’s foster mother “Deborah” mentioned a couple posts ago we adopted a furry, short and very hard to understand family member, but we are totally ok with that! From the first day we met him; Winston
felt like he’s always been a part of this family. He listens well, is patient
& loving with our 18 month old son and seems to exude overwhelming people
skills no matter where we go.
From the start it was clear that this dog just LOVED being with people. No matter what we are doing or where we are going, car rides, sleeping under your feet, trying to sleep with you in bed or on the sofa “ I
guess “SLEEPING” being the key word here”, he wanted to be a part of it.
He haven’t the heart to tell him he’s a medium sized dog, because Winston guards his family from squirrels, his shadow and reflection in the mirror as if were a Rottweiler. However, we quickly had to teach him he
didn’t have to be the big guy on the block at the dog park and play time has
been peaceful ever since. It’s still
cute to see him sit and greet every dog at the gate and once he let’s go and
becomes one with the pack, he runs and runs with his tongue hanging out of one
side of his mouth, his glowing white coat makes him stand out “they call him
the clean dog” at the dog park, and a little smirk caused my his upper lip
getting caught on his bottom tooth.
I can’t explain it, and I guess only those who feel like I feel will understand that; I love my son and my husband more than I can express, but knowing that Winston is here, beside me, connecting with me in
spirit, I feel more at ease, more grounded, more connected with myself and the
I guess we both rescued each other.
Another blessing to be truly thankful for!