Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Snuggles - The New Dog in the House

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This is Snuggles, a female Sheltie or Sheltie mix, who is the latest addition to my daughter's menagerie. How Snuggles got her name and became a member of the family is a slightly involved story, which I will have to write about tomorrow.
I seem to not be able to upload photos from my son-in-law's computer. I came by my house on the way to church this evening, to see to my kitties, and to make this brief post. Perhaps this will make up for the very long one I had yesterday.
Ta! for now.

13 comments:

TSannie said...

She's a cutie - can't wait to hear the story!

Deb said...

Oh, Snuggles, welcome to your new loving home...

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Pat, Can't wait to hear the story of Snuggles!!! He is a Cutie for sure. How many other animals do they have????

Hugs,
Betsy

richies said...

When we moved to Arkansas in 1981 we had a Sheltie names Beau. He was a great dog.

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Hilary said...

What a cutie! Looking forward to the story.

Rose said...

I can't wait to hear the story...give her a pet for me.

Countrygirl said...

Oh how pretty. Reminds me of Nick - my brother's Sheltie, who was a wonderful dog. He died last year - we all loved him dearly and miss him. When he was just a puppy, he got Parvo, I happened to be visiting from Texas and got to take care of him for that week; needless to say - we had a special bond. Welcome Snuggles!

JC said...

What a cutie pie the new dog is. Have fun house & pet sitting.

Ruth Hull Chatlien said...

What a great face. Beautiful dog.

Marvin said...

Those eyes and that expression say Snuggles can live up to her name. Looking forward to the story.

Lilli & Nevada said...

What a lovely dog, and can't wait to hear how snuggles got her name other than she likes to snuggle

MindyLew said...

I can tell why she is called snuggles - while looking into them bright eyes all you want to do is snuggle.
Can't wait to hear the story.

Suldog said...

Looks very intelligent. Shelties can be barkers, though. No problems with that?