When Tracey Buyce and her husband Peter lost Cassidy, their Pembroke Welsh Corgi, in August, they adopted Sydney about a month later.
Sydney is a Cardigan Welsh Corgi. At one and-a-half years old, she’s a love who craves a cuddle and follows her big sister Roxy around.
Roxy ignored her for the first three weeks. But who can resist that face?
Milestone moment for shy Sydney: venturing out from the safety of the sofa, entirely on her own.
“She has been a genuine part of the healing process for our family” says Tracey, a talented professional photographer who captured most of these images.
Miss Sydney in her silent film debut.
First trip to the pet shop. Dog treats located and locked down!
My parents went to Mexico and all I got was this ridiculous outfit. No way, Jose!
“Sydney is extremely shy …
… but she enjoys trips to the barn to visit her much bigger brother, Moose the horse!”
Mr. Moose meets Ms. Sydney! from Nuvue Cinema on Vimeo.
With special thanks to John Tegan and William C. Beyer.
“It will take time and patience for her personality to emerge, but I truly believe animals come into your life for a reason …
photo: Jeffrey Mosier
… and Sydney and me were meant to be!”
What beautiful pictures. Thank you for sharing Sidney with us.– Cindy
Tammy Rutkowski says
Beautiful story and photos! So glad you and Sydney found each other!!