I just registered Kady AKA Katydid AKA Kaydiddely on-line as I hadn’t got around to sending in the registration form yet. She is now officially C-Myste Baledwr SN Surfer Girl. I’ll be making her a web page of her own soon.
I’ve heard the new names for most of the puppies. In order after Kady:
Louie -> “Hiro” C-Myste Baledwr SN I Get Around
Mason -> “Archer” C-Myste Baledwr SN Moon Dawg
Nate -> “Rip” C-Myste Baledwr SN Surfin’ USA
Opal -> C-Myste Baledwr SN California Girl – right Ruth Mary??
Poppy -> C-Myste Baledwr SN Kokomo – right??
Quinne -> “Summer” C-Myste Baledwr SN Summertime Blues
Rosie -> Amber . . . what did you decide?
Sliver -> “Louie” C-Myste Baledwr SN Louie, Louie
And – it’s time for their third shot. After the third shot, I feel more confident about taking a puppy out places. There’s an agility trial here next weekend: I think that I’ll take Kady to watch and see what she thinks. Yes, it has been a while since I’ve done agility. No promises but we’ll see.
I had a Sliver-Louie update:
Just an update on little Sliver who is now Louie…
He is doing very well. He has developed a very close relationship with his Westie/brother Calvin – they have their routine – breakfast at 6am, bone chewing, then an hour of “Thunderdome” which means rumbling through the house chasing each other. Then nap, and start over….He has come to my office a few times and enjoys that.
Louie has been held almost constantly since coming home from Ashland. He is very loving and has really “connected” with us. He loves to chew anything he can, and unfortunately, particularly loves rocks and fir bark. One of the first things he did in his new backyard was pull up a Geranium. Our house is now filled with chew bones for Louie, so he always has something to chew on. He mostly loves the bones that Calvin is chewing.
He goes in and out through the dog door to potty (and actually prefers to enter and exit the house this way – even if I have the back door wide open for him). His “Corgi” coat is coming in which is fun but everyone is going to miss his downy puppy coat.
I have taken some photos of Louie in the garden (he loves to lay in our very soft bed of “Lamb’s Ear” plants) which I’ll download and send asap. Oh, and speaking of pictures…I love the photos of my kids on your blog – they look so happy.
Thanks a million for Louie,
Here’s a picture of Rosie that I snagged off of Amber’s FB photos: