The often merry, sometimes scary, and always hairy adventures of a volunteer guide dog puppy raiser....
Adorable! Truman looks like he is thinking of teaching Geo things he shouldn't.Have you been to see Joan's new puppies at labtails.blogspot.com? The videos! The noise! They are now 15 days old.
Julia...I'm sure that's EXACTLY what he's thinking, and what's more, it's probably just a matter of time. :)Thanks for the tip about LabTails! I'll go check it out!
He's a brother to Gunner, Suzanne's new pup!! And since Gunner is an myl too, I'm sure he looks similar to Geo! How unbelievably adorable!!!!!
Geo's so cute! Geo, Aspen, the "spice" pups from KSDS, even Camry still, Kimora, Spike and Suede, Wylie...ah, all the little cute young pups make me want an 8-week old around again! And of course all the older dogs, including Truman make me want a PIT in general around again! So cute! Thanks for sharing!
Oh, Geo is so cute. Let's hope he grows into the extra skin around his eyes. Rufus has the same sun toy, or at least he used to. I think he finally killed it, but it lasted a couple years at least.
Trooper...Geo.... These are also car names, which suggests there's a whole cache of names awaiting use:TundraNavigatorLe BaronInfiniti FX45The list is endless....
Yes, they purposely chose car names; their first dog (now a guide) was Voyager!There aren't too many "G" names to choose from in the automotive arena. Golf? Grand Am? Just ridiculous. I did suggest Gremlin, though.I would LOVE to see a dog named Le Baron, lol....
If a dog was named Le Baron, would the command to relieve be, "Le Baron, get Le Busy"?
He's so cute, I want to snuggle him!
Jenny, here is my last post on Rockwell:http://puppywalking.blogspot.com/2007/09/last-post-september-15-2007.html
Oh how cute!! I noticed that he is sleeping on the exact same toy that my dogs have. lol. Geo is a very unique name and it looks like it suits him.
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