Hi, all, hope you had a lovely weekend and Mother’s Day, if you were celebrating. I think this meme says it all for a lot of us moms!
After taking my son to work this morning, I treated myself to a Starbucks mocha. Leia was riding with me and thrilled when the barista at the drive up window noticed how cute she was and asked if she could have a pupachino.
She’s never had one that I know of so I said sure, but just a little. Delicate puppy tummy, you know. They gave her a little squirt of whipped cream in an espresso-sized cup and when she tasted it — well, look at those eyes LOL!
No matter if you love or hate the flavor, it’s only August! Isn’t it too early for pumpkin spice anything??
About a month ago I decided to send a sample of Leia’s DNA to Wisdom Panel to find out what I could about our rescue dog’s background. You can see what she thought about having her cheek swabbed!
We found that the little girl we’d been told was a Jackahuahua (mix of Jack Russell and Chihuahua) is much more Rat and Jack than huahua! She actually has the DNA of 17 different recognized breeds, with 68% different types of terriers. And even the 9% Chihuahua that she is still falls under the terrier category! All this in a little 13 pound package…
Some breeds I’d never heard of and had to look up, but most were small or very small dogs. They even give you a picture of what breeds your dogs parents, grandparents and great grandparents might have been.
Leia’s testing revealed genetic traits of tan points (her ears), chocolate features (eyes and nose) and pied or piebald coloring, in her case mostly white coat with dapples of dark spots throughout. Best of all, she tested negative for 29 unhealthy traits her breeds could have! Pretty much just a very good girl ❤️