Hmm, I got in a lot of trouble for my first post. Mom said I was selfish and that I should have introduced my packmates. It’s my journal, I’ll write what I want in my journal. Fortunately I want to write about my packmates. I’m the good looking black and tan female in the middle. I know I look a little bedraggled. Mom groomed us before taking the picture but you see the dog behind me, that’s Ronin. He’s barely a year old but he likes to chase me for my tennis ball. Just before this picture, he pushed me into the wet grass. Just like a young male.
The red merle to the left of me is Cajun. She was rescued from a puppy mill in Louisiana. When she came to live with us she had no idea what a tennis ball was for. She certainly learned fast. We call her, ”Wo wo” because that’s the way she sounds when she wants something.
As I said earlier, the blue merle slightly behind me is Ronin. He’s really fast but very obnoxious. Mom is training him for Agility but he’s too young to compete. He’s already gone to several shows with us. I can’t wait until he grows out of his puppy cuteness so people start paying attention to me again.
That’s Bryce next to Ronin. Bryce has been competing in Agility forever. He was competing before I was born. He has a huge collection of ribbons and titles. Sometimes I get the impression that’s all he thinks about. He really likes to play Frisbee when he’s not competing.There’s not room to show all the ribbons he has but I have a picture of all the ribbons he brought home from the 2012 Nationals.
The blue merle next to Bryce is Shelby, the senior member of my pack. At 16 years, she’s seen everything. She says she even competed in Agility but that must have been before I was born. She still likes to play ball but she gets tired easily. I’ve been told she ran away from two other homes before she came to live here.