Our New Dog: Dixie

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Dixie on her bed

So gentle, even the little kids can take her for a walk!

So gentle, even the little kids can take her for a walk!

 

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Dixie is an 8 year old black Labrador Retriever, and¬†is absolutely¬†wonderful! She arrived at our home last night, and has only given a single bark ONCE! She’s been super quiet, looks like she’s smiling all the time, LOVES all the attention she gets from the kids, and enjoys exploring her new domain. She knows who is in charge in the house. After her walk this morning she went right over to my mom and laid down at her feet. She wags her tail a lot, being so happy in her new home.

She comes, sits, shakes, and stays on command.

Dixie has some medical tape on one leg because she’d been attacked by a dog at her old home. The other dog had attacked her in the past because of being very dominant, and Dixie only finally fought back last night. Her owners decided they’d had enough and needed to find someplace better for dear Dixie.

So, we got the most loveable, huggable, wonderful girl in the world, for free! Because her previous owners knew she needed something better. And what a great fit she’s been thus far!

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Missy, seizing the opportunity

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Our cat, Missy, follows us every time we leave the house on a walk. She’s the sweetest thing! As I was doing photos with Naomi the other day along our driveway, Missy kept following, pausing only momentarily to check out a sudden movement in the woods that caught her eye. If I tried to squat down to her level she’d come running up to me and commence rubbing herself against my legs. So, I found a way to get at her level, without causing her to run up to me, so that I could get a nice photo of her. There’s a rather steep portion of our driveway, nearer the house. On our way down, she had her attention drawn to the woods, for a brief moment. I quickly turned around, did a half squat to get the right composition and level, and VWALLA! A beautiful portrait of our lovely guardian kitty.

Photo was shot with a Canon 5D body and 50mm f/1.8 lens.

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