This is the story of how our family fell into fostering. We’ve discovered that offering our home to puppies who need some love and support before they are ready to be “fixed” and adopted is a great way for us to be part of the mission of the Humane Society of Williamson County. Not only that, we get to laugh and smile with sweet puppies! Yes, we sometimes have to clean up a few messes from the cage but it’s all worth it when you see them rolling around in the grass.
The miniature schnauzer you see in many of the pictures is Watson. He’s 10 years old (he’ll be 11 on July 28, 2013) and is generally patient with our foster puppies. We never leave the puppies unsupervised and and make sure Watson gets plenty of attention also. Of course, he gets to sleep in our bed while the puppies are downstairs in a cage – so I’m pretty sure he knows that he’s top dog in our home!