Adopting a new pet can sometimes be a challenge whether it be a young pet or an older pet. The adoption of Pickles the dog was no different.
Pickles the Dog Adopted
We live on a farm and I totally understood bringing a new dog onto our farm. Not only is it a new experience for the dog but it is always a new experience for the farm animals. Adopting a pet can be a good choice for all involved with a little patience and understanding.
Pickles finds a new home
Pickles was so happy to have a new home and Kat the little girl that adopted him was so excited. I would have to say she was a little bit frustrated with the choices that Pickles made. But Pickles just didn’t understand what was expected of him in his new home on the farm.
The first day was a struggle with Pickles. He seemed to find mischief in everything he was doing. This kept him in a little bit of trouble. But Kat tried to be patient and kind.
The second day Kat figured out a way to help Pickles understand farm life and the way Pickles should be acting.
My granddaughter enjoyed this story. She related it to our border collie Ritz who can at times be a little over active. He does a few things on the farm that he can’t seem to resist. She giggled and could see what was going to happen when Pickles would get into trouble. She was excited when Pickles would do things that were good.
About the author
Kat Socks the Author of Pickles the Dog Adopted loves animals and believes every animal deserves a home. Kat enjoys spending time with her family. She also volunteers as a pet therapy trainer. Kat lives in North Dakota with her husband, son and two dogs.
About the illustrator
Ben Brick the illustrator of Pickles the Dog Adopted loved spending summers as a kid with his grandparents on their farm. He uses his wild imagination to tell stories through his illustrations. He also lives in North Dakota with his wife and son.
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