Welcome to our Shorkie Past Puppies!
Living in Owatonna, Minnesota
We would like to say
thank you again for Paris. She is already adjusting well to her new home.
She has spent some time outside today running around the yard and playing
with Brianna. She is a big hit with the neighbors, they all think she is
the cutest little pup.
Matt, Nancy & Brianna
Update: Just thought we would give you a
little update on how Paris is doing. She is such a sweet little girl.
She is definitely our daughter's dog. They go everywhere together. She
has really opened up and is running all over the place. She also likes to
curl up in your lap for a nap. She is starting to get used to our
Brittany, Digger. It will take a little more time, as Digger is a VERY
active dog. She went to the Vet today, and the Vet complimented us on
what a beautiful and healthy pup she is. He was pleased to see her.
Update: We went to Mankato on Sunday and
took Paris with us. Brianna and I took Paris into Pet Expo and she was a
big hit. This couple stopped us (after we stopped for a bunch of other
people) and asked us some questions. Paris has been a joy to have, and I'm
sure as people see/meet her there will be more people wanting to know
where she came from.
Well, it all started at Pet
Expo in Mankato, MN. My wife and I took our son
Koby and our daughter
Daevya to Pet Expo to look at the "puppy board" and to pick up a few
other items. When we were inside the store, my daughter notices a family
holding the cutest little puppy. We had a nice little conversation with the
owners and that night I immediately began looking for information about KNS Pups,
who came highly recommended by Paris's new family. We found
the website and discovered Paris's brother Oskar, was indeed still
available. We looked at the available puppy page and we were greeted by a
picture of this little dirty grey puppy with eyes that just instantly melted
you. After a few conversations with Sarah who was very helpful during the
process, I brought Oskar home without telling the family. I snuck him
inside the house and sat him on the couch, when my wife finally noticed
him 15 minutes later she began to cry. We introduced the kids to their
new puppy and they were ecstatic to say the least. We contemplated a new
name and since the kids both thought he looked like Oscar the grouch because
of his really long dirty grey (shed free) fur, they instantly agreed upon
and named him Oskar. Oskar adapted very well, first very shy and reserved,
he is now an outgoing energetic young man that we and the kids adore.
He has became great friends with his new brother
Deke, who is an 11 year old Chocolate lab, those two are
inseparable. It took us about six weeks to have Oskar fully house broken,
we trained him using bells on the sliding door, now every time he needs to
go out, he rings the bells to let us know he has to go out. I just taught
him how to roll-over last month and am now working on dancing. He has been
an amazing addition to the family and will continue to bring much laughter
and many smiles for years to come. Thank you Sarah and family for
allowing us to give one of your great puppies a home.
Living in Mankato, Minnesota