Monday, December 27, 2010

Asking For Trouble


I guess we decided to end the year with a BANG.....We lost all our resistance and after having only one dog for the last ten years we have added to our home a new little one.  She is a tiny Chihuahua and will only weigh five pounds when grown..She is a little pistol. Our other little dog is ten years old now and needless to say her nose is extremely out of joint.  It was fun to have her over the weekend so we could give her lots of attention.  Now we get to see how she does at work.  Our older dog is settled into the routine so I guess you might say we are headed to alot of work and training...Oh...We named her Roxy.  She is smaller than a Beanie Baby.  Needless to say we have to watch where we walk (in more ways than one).

Have a JOYFUL DAY...........................DIANE

6 comments:

Kellys Art Journaling/ Sharing The Journey said...

She is absolutely adorable. I remember bringing our Toy poodle papillion home and she was so tiny we accidentally stepped on her a few times! She is now about 7 pounds and still we manage to step on her when she sneaks under our feet! Enjoy her. I hope your other dog gets used to her soon!

roc said...

omg....i love that dog!

Deb said...

Oh my goodness what a sweet wee one she looks like a dobie who has taken some shrinking serum. Have fun with your new baby she is a doll.

Kim - Liv Life said...

Congratulations on the adorable new addition! I'm sitting here with two Maltese boys on my lap... they are 1 year old. Good luck with the training! I know these guys tried my patience more than I ever imagined. But then they look up at me with those big brown eyes and cock their head to the side as though they are listening to my every word and I literally melt!

The Dreaming Bear said...

Awwwww.....she is wonderful!!! We adopted a puppers from the shelter right before Christmas...so I hear you about all the WORK that's involved. (she chewed up one of my Christmas presents..eeek!) But they are soooo worth it! Enjoy!

Janny said...

What a cuty! I have a 8 mounths old pup now for 5 weeks, I would'nt miss her for the world;o)