Sunday, August 7, 2011

Daisy - Inner Lab Found?

A winter walk.
It's been a while since I've written in Daisy's blog. Not because anything has happened to my dear Daisy  (In fact, she's laying on the couch next to me right now!), but because I just got busy with my other blog and found it hard to capture everything that has happened since I last wrote.

Instead of telling you all what Daisy has done in these past few months, I thought I would show you. She's really found her inner lab now and that makes me so very happy. I hope you enjoy the pics and video!

Daisy at the dog park.
July 2011 - Daisy and her brother Jasper. She jumped off this dock and into the water on her own. :)
The first time Daisy has actually swum in water! She usually just wades in just above her ankles.

A game of chase
Daisy and Jasper running through the fields
Daisy and her friend, Ella. Daisy is in front.


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  3. Hi there! Thanks for stopping by my blog! I'd love to hear more about Daisy! Shelter dogs are the BEST!!
    Jeanne with Chloe and LadyBug

  4. Nice pictures! Daisy and the other dogs look really happy. Kind regards, Karen

  5. Thanks for stopping by too! I've taken care of plenty of labs who don't realize they are supposed to like the water! So cute that you commemorated the moments in pictures! Keep us posted on her "inner lab" stories, please!

  6. Hi Y'all,

    Thanks so much for stoppin' by for a visit. I'm so glad y'all could make it!

    You've been a busy, busy girl!

    Hope y'all are havin' a wonderful weekend.

    Y'all come back now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

  7. It looks like some wonderful adventures!

    Nubbin wiggles,

  8. I loved seeing these photographs! Before my Cavaliers, I owned a very white lab such as yours. I find Cavaliers are a shrunk lab ;) Daisy is a beauty.