Friends, let’s get the baby pictures out of the way first, shall we?
MuSt. HaVE. PuPPy!
And finally, sleeping PuPPy!
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(Intermission here for those of you who need to pull yourselves out of the love puddle).
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This is Winnie, short for the Dewiniaeth Cymru (“Welsh Witchcraft”), a.k.a. Foofy, Shorty and Bunnybutt.
She’s is quite bewitching, isn’t she?
Winnie hails from Arkansas, and now lives with Kathrynne K. and her family in Springfield, Massachusetts.
It’s a good life …
… a very good life.
“Winnie’s a great dog: silly, funny, adores kids, and a great companion. She’s fond of arguing with me, and I think she believes she’s won if I let her have the last word.”
“Winnie refuses to learn tricks beyond “come here”,“get the ball” and “up”. “Sit” is way beyond her, because she’s the same height sitting as standing, and doesn’t know what I want.”
“She’s learned from OD, my Dachshund, to protect me from every falling leaf within a one-block radius, so I have no fears of anyone (or any leaf, for that matter) ever making it further into my house at night than her big-dog growl and bark will permit.”
“Because she’s been raised in a houseful of children and Terriers, Winnie is good-natured, if suspicious.”
“She must have been attacked by a rabid camera in her past life, because if she realizes she’s having her picture taken, she runs and hides. Something about the clicking sound even cell phones make before the photo capture makes her cringe.”
“Although she was born on a quarterhorse farm, Winnie is completely freaked out by horses. Heaven forbid she sees a person ON a horse! That just makes it worse, because they are obviously unnatural and therefore evil, provoking the necessary pacing and growling.”
“We recently moved to the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, and Winnie was both fascinated and terrified by her recent first deer sighting in the backyard. She loves it here, however, and I don’t blame her one bit.”
“Because she’s the big dog in our house and loves to lord over the Terriers, I bring Winnie to visit friends with larger dogs to socialize her, and remind her that in the grand scheme of things, she is still a low-rider.”
(A low-rider who hates to be brushed!)
“Winnie is a master at filling up spaces with herself. She can take over the entire floor of a dog crate three sizes too big for herself, to prove she is a large dog.”
“By and large Winnie is a sweet, very funny dog who loves a cuddle, her human and canine pack.”
“How can you not love such a sweet face?”
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Winnie, that face is aces in my book!
Welcome to The Daily Corgi!