Friday, March 30, 2007
Thursday, March 29, 2007
Eva here! Its time for my puppy pictures that Tasha promised. Can you guess which one of the two cute, adorable puppies in the pictures below is me?
If you guessed that they are both me you're right! My coat changed quite a bit between my first day at my furever home at 8 weeks old, which is the top photo, and what I look like now. The second picture is when I was about 6 months old. Its a Belgian Tervuren thing.
As you can see, I don't like to be too far from my big sister. She's what mom and dad call the smart one. The say that I'm not the brightest bulb in the drawer....or not the sharpest knife on the tree....or something like that. Even though we love each other we are very different puppies, but that's for a future post .
Wednesday, March 28, 2007
Tasha here! Since my sister Eva and I are new to the blogging world we thought we should post some puppy pictures and a little bit about how we came to live at our furever home. Dad had to hunt up pictures of me. They were on something called "35mm film". I have no idea what that means but now my pictures are on the computer. The first family that adopted me at 8 weeks old brought me back to the Humane Society because they said they didn't have time for a smart, beautiful, energetic puppy. It turned out that was good for me! At 12 weeks old in December of 1997, my mom and dad adopted me. They had both grown up with dogs but had lived in apartments for a long time and had cats. (Don't hold that against them. Both Eva and I don't mind cats. But we don't trust them!). They had only been in their first house for less than a week when they thought they would go to the Golden Valley, Minnesota Humane Society to "JUST LOOK". Well JUST LOOK at who they brought home:
Is that a treat?!?!
Monday, March 26, 2007
Tasha here! As some of you pups know Isabella's mom is putting together a site for arts-crafty humans. We were wondering if any other pups have artistic talent. I know that Isabella is an expert toilet paper sculpture, and Dave at the Army of 4 is a big help to his mom with her quilts, but what about all you other pups? On Sunday we had a neighborhood art project! Dad didn't have the camera so he didn't catch any of the actual artistic creativity in action. Too bad! We had three other dogs from our 'hood over in the back yard. Boo, a beautiful Wiemaraner,his cute sister Molly, a lab mix, and Yogi, a Doberman from the family behind our house. Along with Eva and I we all created a wonderful tribute to spring!
Saturday, March 24, 2007
Here's Tasha appreciating the wide open spaces. The fence of the park is on the other side of those trees waaaaayyyyy back there.
Happy to see ya! How ya doin'?
Friday, March 23, 2007
Our back yard. With NO SNOW. GRRRR
Our street. With-- NO SNOW. GRRRRRRR
There are still a few big piles of snow along our walking routes but not near enough. Sadly we believe that the snow season may be over. But dad says he has lived here a long time and you just never know! We've been know to get snow as late as April 15th, so there's still a chance for more. Keep your paws crossed for more snow for us. Belly Rubs to All, Tasha & Eva
Thursday, March 22, 2007
I know that we already posted today but Dad got really excited tonight after he got home from work. It was about 50 degrees so he put the battery in his motorcycle and started it up and went for a short ride. Here in Minnesota the riding season is kinda short so when he gets it going its kind of a big deal. He was as excited as we get when we know that a treat is on its way. All we know is that motorcycle makes way too much noise! Here's a picture of Dad's bike at a campground near Sturgis, South Dakota. He's gone to the big bike rally there the last 3 years. He says its a really fun time with great roads to ride, but he's never taken us with him. What's with that? We'll forgive him cause he's such a good Daddy.
We like spring too cause we get out for longer walks and more dog park time. Plus we get all wet and muddy. And because we get all wet and muddy that means getting rubbed down with a towel when we come in from outside. What's better than getting soggy and dirty AND getting a good message because of it?!?! Plus we don't have to do anything we don't normally do. Humans are weird. They could skip the rub down so we could take all those great outside smells inside. But then again you have to weigh the short term great feeling of the rub down or the everlasting smell of the great outdoors indoors. We think that either way the pups win again!
Woofed by Princess Eva and Brice at 8:09 PM
Good job Eva now you've got it!!
Tasha is very tolerant of me. I love to chew and bite on Tasha's neck. Dad calls Tasha his Crunchy Ruff Girl after all my drool dries on her neck! I do make her crunchy but she doesn't mind at all. Its not all training all the time though. In the picture below we're having a bit of fun time! At the time of this picture I was a pup of about 10 weeks.
Well time to go back to guarding our territory while mom and dad are at work. As soon as we can learn how to post links to our new dog friends we will so if you would like us to link to your blog just let us know in the comments section and we'll put you up. Have a great day everypup and do some rasslin' with your humans or fur siblings!! Yap at ya later. Eva
Woofed by Princess Eva and Brice at 7:41 AM
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
Monday, March 19, 2007
Eva here! My sister Tasha just loves snow. About two weeks ago we had 18 inches of snow Now this is all that's left! Tasha is not happy, but she's making the most of what is left. I like the snow, too, but not like my big sister. I like when Dad throws the tennis ball for me in the deep snow. Dad says I look like a deer as I bound up and down in the snow looking for that glorious tennis ball! Make your humans play ball with you today pups!!
Sunday, March 18, 2007
This is Tasha checking in today. Eva and I will try to take turns posting. This pretty girl is Darby our new friend. She she is part Belgian Turvuren like Eva. Darby's mom isn't sure what else she is, but she thinks it might be German Shepard Dog. Isn't that just lovely, long black fur! As you can see from Eva and I that Mom and Dad love long-furred puppies. We had a great time at the park. This is one of the first dog parks in our area. Now we don't go to this one very much because is pretty small and pretty flat. Our favorite park has hills and lots of trees which offer many great sniffing opportunities and lots of different pups to play with. We'll post some pictures from that park in later posts. For now here are some from our day yesterday. That's all for now.
Belly Rubs to All, Tasha.