For those of you that haven't heard, we've added two new members to our tiny family. Back in January, Taylor and I decided that it was time to get a dog. We wanted a Goldendoodle: low-maintenance, no-shedding, absolutely adorable. Instead, we found these two guys:
After sorting through dozens of pitbulls and chihuahuas, we located these two Alaskan Huskies at the Sarasota Humane Society. They weren't technically up for adoption yet, but we managed to sneak a peak when one of the volunteers tipped us off about the new arrivals. We asked them to place a hold on them over the weekend, and we brought them home with us as soon as they finished up their heartworm treatment. They told us that Zeus was about six years old, and Zasha is around four.
Zasha's the lady. She lays down with her paws crossed, which is just adorable. She licks everything (the dishwasher, oven, and refrigerator are her personal favorites), and talks to herself a bunch. We love her bright blue eyes!
Zeus is the man of the house. He's a total teddy bear, and just loves to snuggle. He's enormous, and lumbers around our home like a wolf. He's definitely Taylor's dog.
They are the two most spoiled dogs in the world. They go just about everywhere with us, and go on plenty of walks and to the dog park, and they love riding around in the car. Zeus sticks his head out the window and lets his tongue flap around in the wind.
We absolutely love our two dogs, and don't know what we would do without them!