Meet Piper, our new pup! Piper was adopted from a local animal shelter. When we picked her up on Monday she was a mess, she had been in the same kennel as her sister and brother. It appears that they were rolling around in their messes. She went straight home to her first bath and she cleaned up well.
She is a border colllie/labrador retriever cross and she is really smart! She has a toy box and she goes into the toy box and removes toys in her way to get to the toy she likes.
Our challenge now as a family is to get her ready to socialize with our 5 year old beagle in a non aggressive puppy mode way. According to what I've read she should pick up his 'back-off' body language by 4 months old.
I am looking forward to them becoming really close. Already Oliver our beagle is willing to jump up and sit near her and he's warmed up enough to go back to his rawhides. He's making good progress towards this.
Lazy Saturday morning spent knitting in bed. Working on an Irish Hiking Scarf, I love this pattern. I had got a gift certificate for Eat Sleep Knit at Christmas from my brother and I decided to knit myself a scarf and hopefully a pair of Bella mittens. I fell in love with Malabrigo Worsted Merino in Ravelry Red. This is gorgeous yarn, soft and squishy, it is going to be a wonderful winter scarf to keep me warm and toasty.
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