Sedona turned off the engine of her truck, looking to the puppies who were in the pasengers seat. She told them quietly she'd be back and got out of the truck, quickly unloaded and turning out Talon before returning. She opened the passenger's door and wondered for a moment how to get them all inside. If she let them down they might wander off, and she didn't want them doing that just yet.
Sedona finally settled upon a course of action. She picked Lola up and carefully put her against her chest, leting her rest against her camisole and blouse. She then picked up Max and Scamp, shutting the door of the truck with the heel of her boot. She then moved toward the barn.
Sedona took the stairs quickly but not too fast as to disrupt Lola. She didn't want her falling. When she reache dher door, she shifted Max to open the door. She pushed it shut behind her witha toe befoer setting Max and Scamp down, and then removing Lola from her shirt and setting ehr on the ground. She was happy to let them wander and check out their new home for a moment while she headed to one of the closets to look for the dog bowls she knew she had somewhere.
As soon as the three puppies were set down, each began to calm slightly, but all had some interest in their new backgrounds. Having moved from place to place as strays, another new life was not the largest danger to these threw, but all became suddenly quite excited. Scamp, of course, in the most part. He began to hastily jump about, his tail beating hard along his young legs as he leapt from table to sofa to floor and bed, exploring everything there was to explore.
Max began already to find out hiding placing, rummaging through cupboards and corners, in search of the food and safety his brain told him he needed. Max certainly had survival instinct, and it kicked in easily. Unlike his female companion, who simply jumped up at the sofa with surprising ease and nestled happily into a cushion. Yes, although so different, these three puppies all knew exactly what they wanted.