So, I was sitting on my favorite chair in my patio, enjoying the early morning with my Pupsters when I see an old truck drive really close to my fence (my house is a corner lot and I have an alley way next to one side of my house).  I thought this "man" was going to try to get figs out of my tree that hangs over my fence.  Little did I know that he was about to throw something out of the back of his truck hard against my fence.

I proceeded to yell at him as he drove off like a bat-out-of-hell!  I heard this whimpering so I opened my gate and looked down the alley.  I saw this little bundle in the middle of the alley so I called to him.  He ran as fast as he could and jumped into my arms.  OMG I felt so bad for this little guy.

I already have 4 Corgis but I just couldn't leave him out there all by himself.  He was shivering so I brought him into my yard.  The other Pupsters had to sniff him all over for approval and once that was done, they took off chasing each other and playing like they've always known each other.  This little guy was so at home I couldn't turn him out.

How can people be so uncaring?  If they don't want puppies they need to neuter or spay their dogs and in this guy's case, he shouldn't even be allowed to have dogs.

I took him to my Vet and she told me he was about 3 - 3 1/2 mths old.  She couldn't quite tell what breed he is.  She said he looks like he'll be a small dog whatever he is. . .lol

Oh, I haven't told you his name.  My brother named him PEANUT. I asked him how did you come up with that name?  He said, "look at him, he looks like a giant peanut". . . .LOL

So here's Peanut. . . .



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Comment by Claire on August 16, 2013 at 2:44am
So happy you helped this poor dog. No dog should e treated that way! It rages me!
Comment by Madeline and Bella on July 19, 2013 at 10:12am

It was meant to be! I'm glad you helped this sweetie, you are such a generous woman:)

Comment by Amanda Elaine on July 16, 2013 at 1:02pm
Thank you for the welcome!
Comment by Deborah DeSnoo on April 7, 2013 at 10:06pm

What a lovely story!  And lucky for Peanut  Bad person out!  Good person in!  And lots of immediate friends, a great way to begin a new life.  I, too have a tendency to rescue animals, even when I am filming...

Thanks for sharing a story that has a happy ending.

Comment by Lindsay, Fae, and Jimmy on January 15, 2013 at 2:50pm

People like that barely deserve to live let alone own something as wonderful as a dog! Good on you for being a wonderful person and saving that pups life. 

Comment by Chloe's parent Liz on July 16, 2012 at 1:48am

Thank you for saving him!

Comment by Mike, Patti and Pippa on May 1, 2012 at 3:34am
Glad peanut has found such a good home :)
Comment by susieq59 on December 12, 2011 at 2:29pm

Yes, I liked the pic!  Someone definitely saw corgis in your future!  :-)

Comment by Elyse & Caese on August 16, 2011 at 1:27pm
It was pretty much meant to be that you were sitting there when he was dropped off. Lucky to have found you and your corgis and a lovely home! You are surely a giving person! They are so lucky to have you! :)
Comment by Michelle Lo on August 15, 2011 at 3:32pm
Yay for Peanut!!!

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