The glow of fall seems to have dampened and winter is on the horizon. It’s been a while since I’ve updated everyone and it’s time to get busy! I loved hearing reports and receiving photo updates from all the pups over the summer. They sure are growing up well. I’ll be updating the blog with these reports later this weekend.
Hobie had a great summer of travel and hanging with his boys. Seems like he loves the water like all the rest of these guys. Sam reports his obedience is fantastic and he and his big sister, Kaia, are getting along well. Hobie gets the first kiss each morning from Kaia.
Kizzy and her big sisters had a great time getting to know one another this summer. One of Kizzy’s favorite things seems to be zooming around the yard and talking back to the tall grass and she rustles through it on her rounds. Deb caught her enjoying the dog days of summer with some acrobatic sprinkler antics in the back yard!Not much word from Sailor and his busy family, but early reports indicate he was getting along fabulously with his human and canine family members. With the crew at Sailor’s house there is no doubt his summer was jam packed and there was little time to write back to his ‘first home’. Sailor, if you get near the computer Cadie would love to hear how you are doing…and photos would warm her heart 😉
Jack has been busy carrying on the hole digging tradition of his family…a trait that seems to fit right in with his new malamute brothers and sisters. Jack and Dorrit also spent some time in trick class this fall. Jack seems to have mastered the hand shake and roll over.
Caper continues to harass her ever-tolerant mom by hanging on her face. She and her big sister, Booty, seem to take their brown color to mean they should be covered in dirt! What is it with these guys and digging? Caper favorite trick from trick class is ‘play dead’, although it sometime takes multiple shots to get the job done 😉
I’ve started a photo albums on Google’s Picassa (via the link on the blog) for each pup consisting of many of the photos you’ve sent so far. Keep them coming! It’s great to look back and see how they’ve grown.