Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Introducing Goldie…

The newest member of our family -- Mr. W’s 2 month old Mountain Cur puppy.goldie1 
It’s been a long time since we’ve had a puppy around here, and she is a fireball.  Banjo (our almost 10 year old JRT) and Chloe (our 6 year old Corgi mix) are not pleased.

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Pecking orders are being established, and slowly things are calming down a bit.

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I hope :)

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27 comments:

Blondee said...

Oh my! Goldie is just precious!!! In no time at all it will be as if she was always there. We were concerned when we brought our cavalier king charles pup home to our lab who was 10 and chow who was 5 at the time. Within weeks they were all getting along famously.

Have fun with her! :)

❀❀❀Ðαωᾔ❀❀❀ said...

Cute puppy!! I have never heard of that bread, how large does it get?

Victoria - Ozarks Crescent Mural said...

Welcome Goldie! How wonderful to have a new puppy. I'm driving to Saint Louis in a couple of weeks to pick up a Ragdoll kitten - can't wait!

Beyond My Garden said...

Omigosh! How cute. I love the purple touch at its collar.
nellie

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Hi Tammy...what a sweet little girl! I had never heard of a Mountain Cur dog before so I looked it up...wow she's going to be a fun dog for your hubby and a good guard dog for the farm. Well once she's finished the goofy puppy stage ;) that is. We had to go through that pecking order with our dogs too...try that with two little Shih Tzu's and one Akbash (Turkish livestock guarding dog)pup. He weighs around 125 lbs or more and is 3rd in the pecking order ;) At night he guards the farm and I certainly wouldn't want to be a prowler and meet him face to face. Enjoy your new member of the family and I look forward to seeing more photo's as she grows.
Maura :)

TexWisGirl said...

adorable! and yes, you've got your hands full!

Elle Bee said...

Oh my goodness---so much sweetness in one little body! I love the lavender collar!

Windy Meadows Farm said...

What a sweet face...it'll melt your heart no matter what she's been into!

Rita said...

What eyes! She's a charmer! :)

Walking on Sunshine... said...

He's really cute! I love the picture in your header. Is it from your farm? It's really pretty and just says "FALL!" Hope you have a good day and enjoy your new family member!

Pokeberry Mary said...

What a cutie!so sweet. :)

Gone Country said...

She's so, so cute! The photo of her in the bucket is adorable!

I hope things continue to calm down for you!

Osage Bluff Quilter said...

What a cutie! And I can't believe PW let you put an amethyst necklace on her.

Jenny said...

Oh my...be still my heart. She is a adorable!

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

What a cute little bundle of love! And I thought I spied a sprig of lavender in that first photo! Your header photo is beautiful.

~from my front porch in the mountains~ said...

Goldie looks like a little lamb! Ours always figure out to live with a newbie! It just takes time :)
Goldie is going to give nyou hours of smiles and laughs :)
Have a great day, Tammy!
xo, misha

Debbie said...

Oh what a sweet face!

Nezzy said...

Awwww, sweet. W got a new Blue Heeler pup early this summer and I could kick myself for not gettin' the itty~bitty picture of her.

God bless ya and have an incredible day sweeite!!! :o)

Deanna said...

She is a doll! I'm sure they will all eventually learn to get along and love each other. Every time I think we won't get any more pets, we fall in love again. It is the way of our world!

Enjoy Goldie. She is lucky to have you.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Aww, he's just precious !
The first time I was introduced to a Mountain Cur was some thirty years ago as a young veterinary tech, I truly thought the owners have made up the breed :)
Such a sweet boy, and yes, you have your hands full !
~Jo

edenhills said...

Adorable! I can only imagine how fun it is to get everyone integrated.

Teresa

Catherine said...

what a lovely llittle dog; Hope you are fine, see you soon . cATHERINE

Lynda said...

Very, very adorable! And think about sweet little Goldie - - - in a new home and trying to make friends with that other canines. Transition can be difficult at any age. I admire your energy to train and keep up with a new baby!

morningbrayfarm.com said...

She's gorgeous! And your photos - wow, Tammy!

Rural Revival said...

She is so adorable!!! How big will she grow?

Whiskers still hasn't accepted Ember, after 5 months I don't hold out much hope!

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

From someone who is oh so grateful her 2 pups are 1 1/2 years old finally - yes indeed....you have your hands full my friend. :) They are so sweet as puppies though and she is just beautiful.

lowercase letters said...

cute dog! the pecking order thing reminds me of our horses. when we first got our second horse, the first one showed him who dominated the twosome! :)
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