Monday, November 5, 2018

The Land of Littles


Something pretty amazing is happening at HSSV a few times a week. And no, this time, it isn't puppies. 

It's small-dog playgroups.


That's right - a couple times a week, these tiny, dog-loving dogs are taking over the yard. It's a school of smalls. A passel of pups. A land of littles.


 The Land of Littles includes superstars like Zito, a fun, older dude who doesn't let cropped ears bring him down.

Did someone say playgroup time? BRING ON THE ZOOMIES!

The littles come in a variety of flavors and personalities. There are dogs like Dingo, a happy-lookin' dude who bonds tight to his people and warms up quick when other dogs are around.

Got a lap? I volunteer to fill it.

Or Maylee, a little fluff with a big attitude. She likes to take her new relationships slow - no kissing on the first date, please. She's a lady.

Let's get to know each other first, ok?

There's Boo, who's surprised face and "I'm going to fly away now" ears are too much adorbs to handle. And unlike some of her playgroup friends, she WILL kiss on the first date. She's just happy to be making new friends.

Did someone say friends? Bring it on!

The takeaways?

1) We have a lot of small dogs available for adoption right now.
2) Small dogs may have some things in common, but they're all unique snowflakes with their own individual personalities.
3) Small dogs (under 25 lbs) have 50% off their adoption right now - which means it's the perfect time to start (or add to) your own Land of Littles.


'Cuz there ain't no party like a small dog party, and a small dog party has CHEESE.

Cheese, or Chis? Oh - I get it. Good one.

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