Tuesday, June 2, 2009

MY GRANDOGGY



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8 comments:

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Our Schnauzer died 7 years ago...and so I have a special place in my heart for that breed!!! I recognize the yawn :-) Very cute dog!!!! Thanks for sharing! Grandoggies do indeed come first :-) Like Marley...but fortunately, your grandoggie looks to be well-behaved! Hope the move is going well! ~Janine XO

Elizabeth Bradley said...

Oh, you had a Schnauzer. I'm crazy about terriers, I have two Cairn's (think Toto). Oliver is a Brauzer, which is a new designer breed, half Schnauzer and half Brussells Griffon. Thus, the under-bite. He is a sweet, if not precocious blonde dog.

Kimberly Wencl said...

I have a 10 yr old Cairn Terrier named Murphy and Oliver reminds me ALOT of him. Cairns are wonderful dogs ... thank goodness Murphy has aged so he doesn't take off like a bolt of lightning anymore ... when he was younger if he would get out we spent a lot of time trying to catch him ... one time he ended up 3 blocks away ... got tired went up to a house - just sat on their step until someone came home - they read his tag and called us.

Elizabeth Bradley said...

Oh, Kimberly, my two cairns are 10 yrs old too! And they did the same thing, ran away after rabbits, or just TOWARDS FREEDOM, they used to be Houdini escape artists too. Once they ran away together and were gone for three weeks while I was out of town on business. My husband made terrific wanted posters and the kids plastered them all over the town we lived in. A woman had rescued them and a friend of hers spotted one of the posters. She reluctantly gave Duncan and Bonnie back to us. I came home and was elated to find that my babies were home.

Now that they're older they have mellowed out. But Oliver is a bad influence.

Ann said...

Too cute, looks like he was enjoying this!
Thanks for stopping by my blog today.

Marguerite said...

Oh Elizabeth- Duncan and Bonnie remind me of the two, "twin sister", Black Labs that I used to have. They could escape , even if the fence was 8 ft. high. They would simply climb to the top and over!

Very cute Schnauzer and video.

Kirti said...

what a cutie!!!

maryt/theteach said...

Oh he's so cute, Elizabeth! Thanks for commenting on my physical therapy picking up marbles with my toes! Ha! :)