Ooh AND Aah! Pretty.Our daughter's fiance surprised her last Friday. Their date night turned out to be the best date ever! They brought home my 2nd granddog. SAF, meet Honey. She is a 9 week old red doberman. Cheddar was pleased to meet her on Friday night. Needless to say, when he awoke to see her still there on Saturday morning, I heard he looked a bit pertrubed. Since then, Honey has had her grandma visit (that's me) and she has become Cheddar's new best friend. She found her voice and is now barking back at him when he wants to play. I love her already. She reminds me of a newborn giraffe or fawn. She hasn't figured out yet how to use her super long legs.
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Many, many years ago, when I worked for a vet, I assisted with a few ear "croppings". Not a pleasant process and easily messed up.They are going to keep them uncropped. The process to get them 'clipped' is month's long and to me, sounds awful for the dog. Her ears are like the softest velvet.
Of course I loved this one. All of our boxers love play-attacking sprinkler heads, letting the spray hit their jowls, and getting thoroughly soaked. One of our boxers loves to go out in the rain and catch the stream off the roof, warm weather only.
We had a Rottweiler (Rex) 20 yrs ago when the kids were small. He was found by a family friend wandering thru neighborhoods so we adopted him.The rocket scientists of dog breeds - the border collie !! Ultimate herder, he constantly finds the spot in the house where he can keep those beady little eyes on all of us. Kona is attentive and always looking for a job. Gets frustrated when the kids leave the house because he loses sight of those sheep. Best dog on the planet!