I cannot tell you how much we love 'Roxy' aka 'Mini.' Her formal name is 'La Miniature Roquette' and by now she has about 10 names, as do all our other pets.
We took her to our vet on Tuesday and Mini/Roxy cleared everything. We introduced her to our groomer, who loves her already (who doesn't).
She has integrated beautifully with all the other pets. She sleeps with us at night, which always includes Coco and Clemence, and sometimes, Pickle our cat. No accidents at night.
She has a new boyfriend, 'Bodie' — the Australian shepherd dog on the 'other side of the fence' in the front of our home and she loves to 'talk' to him on her walks; which are fairly frequent. The first time she saw Bodie, I learned that she could squeal. We always walk her on a lead as she wants to visit 'Bodie' on every walk ... which distracts her from the biz of doing her biz. Her squeal has now turned into her bark now that she is in courtship. She is not at all interested in Bodie's bichon sister Izzy. Only Bodie.
We are keeping her top knot. How could we not. It goes along with her size, attitude, and the fact that she is BEAUTIFUL.
She is so loved! I knew it probably broke your heart to leave her here. But she is an important part of our pack, and her main vet told her she was 'lucky' because if she has problems, our vet knows we will be on top of this and give her every chance, as we are doing with Coco.
It is so obvious you do a beautiful job as a breeder. Because as a human being it must have been very hard to let her go, we want you to know that she is so so loved and everything is going very well, and she is cared for and even protected by her 'sisters' although they have had to make an adjustment to 3 lbs of feistiness!
Just wanted you to know. In the meantime, right now, the three terriers are asleep on Matt's lap in the family room.
Thank you, Donna.
The Kays are just ecstatic to bring Roxy into their family. After doing a Meet & Greet to see if Roxy would fit into their family the Kays were thrill to see how easily Coco, Clemence and Roxy got along. They played in a typical Yorkie fashion and much fun was had watching their antics. Needless to say Roxy is now in her forever home and will be cared for by two of the most wonderful and loving people I could ever had hope for. Many thanks Matt for calling and carefully choosing Roxy to be your little girl. She will bring you and your family many happy years. I look forward to receiving pictures and updates on all your little ones.
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Congrats "Roxy" on finding your "Forever Home" with the Kays!
The Kays — Gladwyne, Pa.