Hi, Margo and Larry,
Happy 3-month puppy birthday!
We're writing to let you know that our little Mandy is now named Luna.  And that she is absolutely perfect in every way!  Not only is she the pride and joy of us two, but she is als​o getting tons and tons of attention from family, friends, and strangers everywhere she goes.  Now that we're back at work after the holidays, she has a whole lineup of very eager dogsitters and walkers.

​She's been sleeping quietly all night since before New Year's, has adapted perfectly to suburban apartment dwelling (she knows the dozens of doors and staircases in our building, loves bunny-hopping through the tall grass in the landscaping, etc.), and is a great traveler.  Even potty training is pretty okay!

Here are few pictures for you.  (She smiles a ton, even though she seems pretty serious in most of these shots. But I did throw in one grainy smile shot for you as proof!)

Life has been so good with this amazing puppy....  Thanks again for choosing us for her, and vice versa!

Glen & Marinav

>> It was finally time to get another family dog after losing our Black lab Kali to old age in September of 2012.  We asked around and Toominiaussies was the unanimous recommendation.  Enthusiastically, I sent an email through their website inquiring about the availability of the puppy Nick that was displayed.    Never going the Breeder route,  I thought the process would be simple.  You call, you pay and at the end of the day you have your new Pup.
>> Oh contraire!  That's when the nightmare began!  What?  I couldn't just show them the money and get my dog?  They actually wanted to interview me, my husband, my son and even our cat Katie.  Really?  As I drove up to the kennel and exited my vehicle I extended my hand to Margo.  You can only imagine my shock when, instead of taking my hand, she patted me down and asked if I would submit to a background check, and be fingerprinted?
>> Was this standard operating procedure?  While
we were used to this process when adopting our son, we had no idea it was also necessary when buying a mutt?  How far were we willing to go?  So I began doing a little calling around of my own to see if this was the norm.  The first call  was to my contact at the FBI who  casually stated," Margo said you might be calling when he heard it was me on the other end.    I didn't give it much thought until my informant at the Better Business Bureau actually reached out to me, apparently anticipating my call, wanting to reassure me that Twominiaussies was a reputable establishment. They concluded our conversation by asking me to give Margo and Larry their best and they so enjoyed the BBQ!  I then stopped by the local Pet Co to pick up a leash in the event Nick was available.  I walked in and the person behind the register casually mentioned "Margo mentioned you might be stopping by"!  That's when I realized she has a friggin drone following me!
>> All I can say is that Toominiaussies cares more about finding the perfect home for their dogs than the $$$$$$$$ that changes hands during the process!  Why would you go any other place wanting the perfect family pet?  Nick is already a big part of our family and we can't imagine our  life before Nick!
The Foley Family

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