Abounding Lilly II
Lilly Retrieving in
Lilly Playing With
Molly, a Lab
"We love Lilly so much. She jumped right in with us and our lab and
cat as if they were old lost friends that come back together again! No
worries at all. She's a strong healthy 4 lbs now - it took 2 folks to
hold her at the vet Thursday for her shots. She gets soooo sore that
when she scratches herself she yelps - sooo funny. I hope you enjoy the
videos - she LOVES the water and going out in the boat fishing. She TOOK
OVER my lounger at the pool. After a swim that's where she lays. My only
regret is we didn't try a poodle sooner!" S. N.
just wanted to say that Rocco is doing fine. He is rolly polly and very
sweet. Karlie and Rocco sleep in the bed with me now. Yes, they are
spoiled rotten. :) I have a fenced in yard with lots of trees and I sit
out with them and they run as fast as they can around the trees. He is
catching up quick. The vet said Rocco will probably get bigger than
Karlie. He will weigh more and be stockier but around the same height.
They definitely love each other and curl up together around my head at
night. Talk to you soon." L. W.
More Rocco Pictures:
learning to go downstairs...
as a Puppy
I just thought I'd touch base with y'all and let y'all know how Gavotte
He is such a little character---cocky and confident, loving, and spoiled
rotten! He gets along great with my other pets. He plays hard with both
the lab and the peke, and they enjoy playing with him! He also likes to
chase and play with the cats. It is the funniest thing---when he is
playing with the cats, he plays LIKE a cat. He uses his paws a lot and
head-butts them to show affection. But when he plays with the dogs, he
does typical dog stuff, growling and play-biting. It is almost as if he
He is a very smart little guy. I only have to show him how to do
something once. It is amazing how high he can jump! (I think he learned
from the cats.) He is the fastest dog I think I have ever seen, and he
can go backwards as fast as he can go forwards. He also sometimes walks
on his back legs with his front legs down by his side, just like a
He is perfectly behaved out in public, very docile at the vet's and the
groomer's. He walks well on a leash and enjoys going out shopping and
visiting relatives. He allows strangers to come up and pet him and
doesn't bark or growl at anything. Everyone who sees him wants him! He's
a good little ambassador for poodles!
At home, though, he's a lively little terror! He likes to race around
the house and can tear up a newspaper in a heartbeat! He's a very vocal
little guy (and a good watchdog) with a variety of barks, growls, and
odd sounds I can't even begin to describe. It is almost as if he is
trying to talk.
We love him dearly and I'm so glad I chose him! He really grew up to be
a handsome guy. I'll try to take some pics of him soon and send them to
y'all." T. E.