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A Family Addition

Well, no one has called to claim the little dog I found in the Hobby Lobby parking lot on Tuesday.  I've called every dog agency in town, placed an ad in the paper and posted her picture on the Facebook page for Enid lost/found dogs.  But that's okay.  We've decided that she will be better loved by us anyway :)

So this morning we took Little Bit, who now has a real name, to the vet to get her all checked out.  The doctor estimated that she's about one year old.  We got her shots all done, clipped her nails and picked up some heartworm medicine for her as well.  She is good to go!  She's even sporting a new collar, name tag and has her very own bed.

Here she is lounging in her favorite spot in the living room last night :)

And here she is now in her very own bed!

Of course I couldn't resist picking up this mini toy as well.  It's just like one her big brother Remington has, only the mini size :)

And she also have some new jewelry that proudly proclaims her new name, Riley.  She's been a great addition to the family and Remington is so happy to have a new friend.  We were always planning on getting another dog AFTER we moved, but apparently God had different plans for us.  And we're so happy with them :)

Speaking of puppy dogs, look at this Playful Puppy Party featured on Amy Atlas Events.
 It's full of creative ideas!  See the rest of the images and details here
 I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

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