When we can’t find a sock in our house, we know it’s not the dryer. It’s the sock thief. We have two of them - a toy poodle named Noah, and a goldendoodle named Flynn. Do you have a sock thief in your house? Then please read on. Little Noah can be fun to watch while he’s gallivanting around with one of our socks - flipping it in the air, growling at it on the floor, or running away with it. As a matter of fact, Noah’s antics inspired my first children’s book – “Most Wanted! The Sock Thief”. ...
This is Flynn. He's been a Ball Bandit since he was a pup. He likes to carry his fantastic purple ball with him everywhere he goes - even to bed at night. He was only supposed to be 50-70 pounds, but he grew up to be almost 100 pounds. He need lots of training because he's so big. He loves eating, going on walks, swimming, getting big hugs, and stealing balls and toys. More than anything else, Flynn loves his family.
This is Noah. He is The Sock Thief. He was the last puppy waiting for adoption at the park. He was sitting all alone in a cardboard box. He was waiting for a family to give him a home. He likes to play fetch, run fast, "chase eagles", cuddle up, and of course, steal our socks.