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Peke A Tzu Rescue
Foster Journal

We thought all of you out there would like to see what happens here in our home so we decided we would pop in on occasion and let you know what we are doing. Some days it is just the same old routine, but other times we have a lot of excitement.
Each night as we settle down and climb into bed we gather close and say a prayer for all of the pupsters that are in need.

For those of you who may not have the opportunity to meet our pupsters we welcome you to
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We hope you enjoy hearing about our activities and seeing a few pictures. The majority of the time you will see us happy, healthy and well groomed, but there is a significant cost involved to get each of us to this point which can be viewed at Foster Vetting Costs..
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September 1, 2018


Welcome to September everyone!! We were so excited to see Michigan take the field for the first time this year. We pupsters love football you know..particularly college football. Unfortunately no matter how much we howled and clapped our paws for our team did not work. But, there is always next week! We begrudgingly congradulate Michigan State.....


September 4, 2018


We pupsters just had to share this with you. You know we are nature buffs here and love watching everything that goes on outside….so much beauty. Our Mexican Sunflowers are blooming and the Monarchs just love them! We are trying to figure out what they think is so yummy about the flower and asked Mom if we could give this a try…she just rolled her eyes at us. Wonder what that is all about?


September 8, 2018


Bonanza!!!!! Look at what was delivered today. We pupsters don't even know where to start. Toys, toys and more toys!! Let's see, some are shaped like bones, some like fish and the list goes on….decisions, decisions. We are going to have so much fun today. Thank you so much Auntie Stephane for thinking of all of us and making sure that each of us will have a toy..that is if some of the pupsters don't try to hoard them!


September 12, 2018


Hi Everyone,
I am so happy to meet all of you. Theo here and happy to be alive I'll tell you. I was found as a stray in Indiana and there was no rescue that would take me, but Auntie Jan didn't hesitate a bit when she got the call. I was so matted so here I am nearly bald, but the good news is I still have a fluffy face. Auntie Jan said not to worry…it will grow back. I am about 12 years old, sight and hearing impaired and had some medical issues when I got here, but Doctor Rick took good care of me and I feel so much better! Auntie Jan says I give the best kisses ever and I so love all of the hugs and cuddles. So life is good!!


September 16, 2018


Libby reporting in. Hey, I found this beautiful Shih Tzu living in my house and I can't take my eyes off from her. So, what do all of you pupsters think? I am so enamored by this mystery pupster that I haven't even answered the call from Mom for my dinner. I think you pupsters need to jump in the pupstermobile and head my way so you can help me solve this mystery!

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