Wednesday, December 28, 2011

A Happy Ending.

I've been extra busy the past two days and I do apologize if I haven't visited your blog yet. 


On Christmas day we found a puppy dog on the side of the road.  We don't ever pass up puppy dogs that look like they're possible alone or lost.  This doggy ran straight to my son.  He had no collar, so no i.d. tags.  We were on our way to visit more family, so we had to take him back to our house and leave him there.  That's easier said than done since we already have three doggies.  We had to let our dogs outside so that we could get the lost dog set up in our master bathroom.  When we let our dogs back in the house they were sniffing and whining!  They really wanted to meet the little guy!  The little guy slept with my son for two nights.  We made signs and posted them. 


Today I got a phone call from a lady that described the little lost guy perfectly!  Little guy was going home!  I found out his name is Taz and his family had gone out of town for Christmas.  Taz had been left with grandma and got away from her while on a walk Christmas morning. 


Taz was picked up today to go back home.  I met his mom and she's a very grateful and nice lady.  She's keeping my number for future dog sitting. :)  I love happy endings!




Isn't he a little sweetheart!
 
All comfy in my son's bed.


And for good reason, he slept on a tempur-pedic pillow and mattress.
We will miss little Taz.


14 comments:

Ginny said...

What a heart warming Christmas story! He is cute as a button! I would have been kind of sad to lose him, but glad he got back to his rightful owner, all because of YOU!!! You gave the best Christmas gift of all!

SquirrelQueen said...

That is a great Christmas story Marie. It was wonderful that you and your family were at the right place at the right time to rescue Taz. He is absolutely adorable. I'm glad the story has a happy ending and Taz is home.

Sounds like you might get to see him again sometime.

TexWisGirl said...

he is adorable! you are a great and wonderful soul!

Sandra said...

this is a super duper Christmas story, Taz was lost and now he is found and thanks to your family he had a wonderful time while waiting to be the prodigal son and return home. no eating with the pigs for this lost one, but sleeping with your son. he is so cute. i am happy for him that he ran to your family and was kept safe from harm. you and your son are dog magnets. right?

That corgi :) said...

That is a happy ending! I bet the grandmother was just "sick" about it, wondering what happened to the dog that was under her "watch". Glad you guys were there at the right time to help Taz and that he is reunited with his family for the new year! Happy New Year!Q

betty

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

What a sweet little doggie! He was very lucky too that you found him and took care of him until his owner came to get him. I love happy endings!
Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and I wish you a very Happy New Year!

Nezzy said...

What a great Christmas story of goin' home! Taz looks like a sweetheart!

I can see why you'll miss 'em.

God bless and have a fantastic New Year sweetie!!! :o)

Ann said...

Taz's Christmas adventure :) Glad it had a happy ending. He's certainly a cute one.

Janie said...

I love your happy ending too!
A dog or cat lost is not ever good.
I bet Taz will miss that tempur pedic mattress and YOU!
You are a great person to stop for critters on the road...

Chatty Crone said...

I bet you would have kept him too! And you son would have loved him. It was a nice thing you did saving him and finding his way home. sandie

Catherine said...

So sweet! A happy story like this warms the heart! Love it!
xo Catherine

Blondie said...

Such a cute story and so glad u found his family! You know u would have had a 4th doggie!!! lol...

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

Hello Marie, Thank you for coming to vist me via Sandra. I now am part of the Dog's Lovers Of USA. I cant believe I waited so long.

Bravo for you finding this littleone. GOD's perfect time. I know the parents were so happy to see this sweet baby.

God bless from Shelby and I.

Val said...

Marie, I love this story!! So glad this baby found his way back home. Bet your son was sad to see him go. My goal for the new year is to stay up to-date with my blogging friends. Happy New Year!!!