Nick and Blaze Knoll enjoying a spring day.
Lacy was adopted in January by a couple who live in the country with a few horses. This was her first experience with horses. Her family reports she is getting better about being around them close up and now barks less at them. Having had a cat friend at her first home, Lacy, was very happy to see the barn cat at her new home. The cat, however, was curious and cautious about her and would just peer down from the barn loft to check her out from a distance. The cat is gradually getting comfortable around Lacy and will now come down from the loft when Lacy is in the barn and allows Lacy to smell her. Lacy is being very well behaved and sticking close to her owners when outside and doesn’t chase the wild turkeys or deer that come into the nearby fields. Lacy is a lucky girl and gets to go up to the family cabin in northern Wisconsin and she has already been to Nashville twice to visit relatives.
Lacy’s best friend is Sydney, an Australian Shepherd. Sydney and Lacy stay at each other’s homes when either one’s owners go away and cannot take their dog along. This photo of Lacy with Sydney, was taken recently when Sydney stayed at Lacy’s house for two weeks.
All About Dogs event held Saturday, April 29 at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
Kitty and Arnie Hilk along with Dave Gibson staffed our booth. This was newly adopted Chase’ (the blue merle in these photos), first event! Looks like he did well.
Sunday, April 30 at the Pause 4 Paws Annual Adoption Event, Brooklyn Park, Minn.
Rodgers met so many people and enjoyed ‘leaning’ on anybody who would let him.
Collie Frolic, Sunday, April 30, at Central Bark in Wauwatosa, Wis.