A New Love Zukee

Blog Post 6/23/2021

Love at First Sight

I finally got a new puppy a few months ago and decided to name him Zukee Kind Heart.  I searched everywhere for another rescue mini schnauzer but I never found one that would work.  Some were incontinent, others did not get along with other dogs.  It was a very difficult decision to get a puppy because they are hard work.  Some people told me that puppies were worse than kids.  Now, they are entitled to have their own opinion but I have to respectfully disagree.  I don’t have any children of my own but I do have two nieces and two nephews and a lot of my friends have kids that I have watched grow up.  It is so much harder to be a parent because it’s forever.  You can’t just abandon a child for hours at a time unsupervised.  I put my folks through a lot when I get sick.  So I can only imagine how hard it would be to be responsible 24 7 for the care of a child. 

Zukee is a handsome, smart, loving, loyal dog and I am grateful he is in my life.  Zuke just needs to learn not to bite and has to get along better with my mom’s dog.  When I bend over to get something for him under the couch he jumps on my head.  And he doesn’t like the word bad, it makes him growl.  Just like Jubee, he is very protective of me when I am walking him somewhere and when he sees someone walking in our neighborhood he barks and howls exactly like she used to.  One of my friends said the biting and aggressiveness is just because he’s a puppy and he will grow out of it.  I have no idea what Jubee was like as a puppy because when she was born there were lots of hurricanes.  She was probably very similar to Zukee when she was a puppy.  SAFE did not tell me about her history.  I didn’t want to know.  Meet the new love of my life, Zukee.  

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