Recently, we had children in our home – Daisy’s first encounter with a young toddler. She was not exactly thrilled.
Dad, that little person is coming closer……
Is there food in that cup?
I’m just not sure what to think of this small guest….
You can tell by the look on both of their faces how unsure they are about each other…..
They’re gone. Now I can take a long nap without being bothered.
Of course, she knows there are still critters under the snow. She never finds them, but she sure does sniff around under there.
Something’s been here, Mom.
Something touched this piece of grass.
I love the way her ears flap when she runs.
Of course, no photo tours or presentations would be complete without current pictures of Miss Daisy.
I’m bored. I think I’ll do something.
I have this new toy that mom got me…
Mom looks like she’ll wanna play too.
After all that playing and roughousing with Mom, I’m tired!
Favorite photos of Daisy (not already used in web site design) from the first year of her life:
I’m hoping this picture will show it well enough, how we caught a beagle on the fishing line this weekend.
Yes, an unattended fishing pole had bait on the hook, and guess who took the bait!
The hook went through her lip from the inside out, then curved around to hook her again under her nose.
Not a wimper from her, but she wouldn’t let us touch it. Of course the hook was barbed, so of course, we ended up going to the emergency vet on Sunday evening.
She almost died under the anesthesia, never been gassed before, and for a moment, to think — well, anyway, it was scary there for a little bit.
Still, she made it through like a little trooper, although I don’t think she will enjoy fishing with us any more.
We thought about getting her a diamond stud to put in the new hole in her lip, but then decided against it….