They’ve been following this blog since it started, but yesterday they commented. It took Kenzie’s condition to get them to bark at us. Since their peeps are related to our peeps, that makes us related, right? Here they are:
Bandit is the one with both flaps down and Digger has one flap down and one flap up. They’re fortunate to live in a house that has 20 acres of land to patrol. We last saw them here in Arizona last May and we went to visit them in Montana in August 2010. We’ve known Bandit for a while-he’s actually older than I am (gotta have someone older around-I believe I’m now the oldest Scottie in blogville and I’ll be 10 in less than 2 weeks). Sweet William the Scot should know that Digger has a similar leg problem and he doesn’t let it bother him either. When the four of us get together, there isn’t a silent moment until we’re all exhausted. We just bring each other’s peeps along so we can watch them interact, make certain they don’t eat anything strange and don’t kill each other. It takes all four of us to accomplish that.
Kenzie update He is eating about the same and is no worse. His activity level is up but he’s not gaining weght. He participated in scaring the pool monster away, which is his favorite activity but he’d forgo anything to do that. He isn’t sleeping as much and seems a touch more alert.
You have wieners for relatives. Lee’s father had a wiener that lived to be just days short of 19 yrs. He was red in color his name was Rusty Iron. He was a schnitzel alright. If Digger has dysplasia of the ankle joints with his shoulder joints not completely formed and has managed to live an active life more power to the little guy.
Sweet William The Scot
First, glad to hear the Kenzie news, second, relatives are fun, but the peeps tend to stay to long! Heeheehee
So glad your relatives are ‘found’ so to speak. But… Really happy to see Kenzie looking interested in the pool monster. He’s a cutie!
Alyssa, Mr. Fox & Scruffy
Kenzie knows that monster scaring is important business, glad to see he is attending to it.
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Love the Yorkie post! Thumbelina is the only female in that pic-the other 4 are boys-two of the boys contributed greatly to the Yorkie population in their heyday, they were Stud dogs, but sadly, their fun is over, they are now harmless like their two cousins who never got the pleasure!