Three legged dog Wyatt discovers the joys of couch surfing in an RV
Mom and Dad said I couldn’t get on the furniture at home, not even the bed. They said I haven’t earned that privlige yet. I’m not sure what that means.
But when we moved into the big doghouse on wheels, Dad said I could get on the couch if I wanted to. The couch is the only place where I can see out the window, and I like to see who’s going by. It’s my job, you know.
Here at the RV park in Nevada, there’s lots of peeps going by. The neighbor lady has two cranky old girldogs who sit outside all day and bark all the time. So I sit up here, and tell them who’s boss of this doghouse. I’ll be here until Christmas. It should be fun showing them who’s king around here.
The couch is waaaay more comfortable than my crate. I think I like this thing they call RVing.
But Dad says I still can’t get on the bed.
Help save German Shepherd dogs in Northern California with the Wags to Riches German Shepherd Rescue fundraiser.
Whew! I’ve spent the last three days at Codie Rae Boot Camp. As you can see, she’s one tough Tripawd! More about that later, but meanwhile . . .
Sargent Codie Rae drilled it into me that I need to let you know about a really great fundraiser taking place, for German Shepherd Rescue of Northern California.
This group is the same one who helped bust Codie Rae and I out of the Oakland, CA pound! If it wasn’t for them, we wouldn’t be here to spread the word about Tripawd pawesomeness.
So their fundraiser is called “Wags to Riches,” and even though it’s a fun pawty taking place in Walnut Creek, CA, you don’t even have to be there to pawticipate and WIN!
There’s a big raffle going on, where you can win
- a Dream Vacation worth $7500 (or get $4500 in cash instead!)
- a MacBook Pro
- or a two night say at the Carmel Country Inn, a pawesome pet friendly hotel in beautiful Carmel, CA.
Tickets are just twenty bucks!
We know times are hard and we’re all broke. But the rescue animals are hurting so bad right now. Even buying just one ticket can go a long way in helping other future spokesdawgs find loving homes in California. So dig under those couch cushions and under your car seats, and download the German Shepherd Rescue of Northern California raffle ticket form today!
Three legged tripod hero Wyatt Ray Dawg celebrates his ampuversary.
Today is my three month ampuversary. Three months since I got my leg taken off and got saved from that nasty ghetto house in Oaktown.
And this coming week, it’ll be two months since I met my new pawrents and they took me with them to these beautiful mountains. And now, I’m ten months old.
I weigh 70 pounds today (I was around 63 when the good people at German Shepherd Rescue of Northern California came to help me). Three months later, I’m doing pretty good. My rear leg gets stronger all the time. How can it not, these mountains are steep!
Life is good. I can’t complain.