This week with Gracie



Hello friends,
Gosh I hope you all are well.  I hear there is a nasty virus sweeping the nation the Noro virus I believe it is called.  At any rate, douse yourselves in antibac and stay healthy.  Now that we are through to 2017, I truly hope it is a much better year.  With all the politics aside, I thought I would share something we can easily all agree on.  Puppies are cute!  This past month, we have added a family member.  Official name is Lady Grace Bowlus, but she is simply Gracie to us.  Sometimes I call her slinky dog, cause, well that is pretty self explainatory.  She is a slinky, wiggly doxi pup.  Her personality is quite different from Oscar and Sadie.  The are all pretty independent, but Gracie is seriously independent.  She is pretty quiet, and doesn't go crazy barking at the mail carrier when the other dogs do, she is pretty playful, and will pop the tags off of any toy, pillow, or tagged item.  She just LOVES to chew tags.  We are training her differently than we did the older doxis.  She has a play pen with a doggie door.  Inside the pen we keep a pee pad tray for her to go on when it is too damned cold to go out side (as a smooth coat, she doesn't have much hair to keep her warm) She also goes outside with the other doggies.  I take them all every 2 hours whither they need to go or not.  Usually one will go, so it is worth it.  We have had very few on the carpet accidents because of this.  Right now she is too small to fit even the smallest doggie sweater and just walks right out of them.  We all are really happy we got her.  I just can tell that the older pups are going to be great friends with her too.
That is all from here.  thanks for stopping by, stay warm.
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Leslie

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