Posts Tagged ‘cowboy’

8 Weeks Old

The puppies are 8 weeks old today. We’ve started selling them, and have sold four so far. Five to go! Puppies are fun, but they are a lot of work too. Here’s some pictures we took today.

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Puppy Dog Tails

So much has happened in the past month, and I’ve been so busy I haven’t been able to write it all down. But I wanted to take a moment and write about what happened over the weekend . . . The long and short of it is that Scout had her puppies; ten to be…

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Gaurd Dogs

Today Oliva, Cowboy, Scout, and I went and worked in our garden. I shoveled gravel to make ready for the dirt. Olivia made music with the octopus on her toy, and Cowboy and Scout sniffed the ground in case there was something interesting to be found. I had one moment when I needed to take…

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Olivia and Her Doggies

Olivia loves her dogs. When ever she’s fussy we take her down to see the dogs. People ask us how the dogs behave around her, asking if I’m nervous to have my baby around them. Ha ha ha! I have friend who has a tiny little cocker-spaniel mut. The thing is seriously not more than…

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Dog Sitting

Wyatt’s brother Wade is dog sitting for us this weekend as we go out of town. I told Wade to expect about three phone calls a day from me. I always get nervous when someone else watches my dogs–I’m afraid they won’t do it right! I’m so over-protective . . . of Great Danes! I’m…

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Kennel!

Today when I went into the back yard to bring Cowboy & Scout inside, they were nowhere to be seen! I went and got Olivia, grabbed my keys, and went out the door to go look for them. First thing I see when I go out the side door is both dogs, wagging their tails,…

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Cowboy & Scout Go To The Park

In our neighborhood, behind the church, there is a baseball field and soccer field, with a little pavilion up on a hill over-looking it all. It’s completely fenced in, and completely empty five days a week. In the summer as it warms up, Wyatt and I pack up a lunch and take the dogs to…

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