Charlie at six months In the months we’ve had Charlie he has filled my heart on a continuous basis. A few examples of ways he spreads joy: Watching him run and romp with his canine friends – full of joy and endless energy. Complete strangers turn to jello in his presence. Just the other day,Continue reading “Charlie – six months of fun”
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Butterfly and Puppy
Resting on the trail enjoying the warmth of sun puppy causes flight.
Testing the waters Until yesterday, Charlie has been reluctant to get in the water. In spite of the heat and his canine friends loving it, he’s watched from water’s edge. Earlier this week, he enjoyed time in a puddle which required a full bath. These pictures are from yesterday when he finally trusted his friendContinue reading “Swimming Lessons”
A beautiful trail and an energetic puppy
Views of the Continental Divide in the distance, vibrant wildflowers on either side of the trail, and Charlie enjoying the freedom to run and expend his endless energy. A great way to spend the morning.
Why did you name him Charlie?
Two months ago, I brought home a wonderfully sweet Goldendoodle puppy and named him Charlie. The three questions I am most often asked: What kind of dog is he? What’s his name? (Followed by) Why did you name him Charlie? I had decided on the name Charlie earlier in the week, knowing we were goingContinue reading “Why did you name him Charlie?”
Snowy Day Puppy
When you’re a puppy and only ten weeks old, everything is a learning experience. Today, with about six inches of snow, Charlie romped and ran making tracks in the forest. Sliding, rolling, and digging joyfully. The only one enjoying it more than Charlie – me watching him. He’s the perfect combination of agile and clumsy;Continue reading “Snowy Day Puppy”
My new best friend
Today we picked up our new puppy and it’s the most incredible feeling. Three hours of cuddling on the ride home and our new boy and I were falling in love. The attachment process is magical. We stopped at the pet store to pick up a few necessities and I’d forgotten how magnetic the drawContinue reading “My new best friend”