These are the chronicles of two Shetland Sheepdogs and their adventures in rally-o, obedience, flyball, agility, tracking and therapy dog work.
Also including information on raw feeding, canine epilepsy, positive training, and lots and lots of Sheltie hair!

Friday, June 18, 2010

On Strike!

Past tense.

Blogger was being a stupid-head and wouldn't let me post pictures the past few times I tried. So I went on strike. That, and I have been super uber crazy busy lately and this is my first free moment for blog writing.

So, a summary of the past few weeks ...



A brief pause in the rain, in which I frantically shot a couple of pictures for Gio's photo project.


More rain.

Another rainless hour or two for another photo.


More rain.

Then there was today, when the clouds finally parted for what we HOPE is longer than a day!

I took the boys out to visit Romeo's breeder again, where we were greeted by 5 MONSTERS!

These monsters were VERY mean. They taunted Romeo until he cried.

Except for this little monster. He is the Cutest Puppy in the World!


Meet Charlie. No, he is not mine. I wish. He is just the cutest puppy in the world, and he stole my heart as he ate my face.

Prior to our puppy visit, Gio had his monthly therapy dog visit to Stensrud where he shows off for his ladies. He felt the need to reiterate that he really is a Super Dog.



We love the second photo and of course the photos of the sheltie pups. We would both be tugging Dad so we can see the two of you pulling on your Mom.

Essex & Deacon

Dawn said...

Puppy!!!! Puppy alert! Warning, warning!

They are beautiful. But then so are your boys!

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