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KellyGa    Posted 04-25-2004 at 14:55:26       [Reply]  [No Email]
Well, as y'all can tell, I have been scarce around here. Shelby and I have been busy, she has been bonding with Tyler, her 4 month old Flemish Giant. He took to wearing a harness with no fuss, which I was very surprised about. He got his first "walk" on a leash outside in the back yard today by Shelby. We set him down, and the chickens got curious, started over to him, and when he hopped they scattered, lol. Silly chickens. He wandered about, chewing on this and that, tasting this and that, til he got a little warm and would spread out and kick his legs out behind him and take a few minutes off from sniffing and exploring to cool down. After a while, we took him inside and he got to meet one of our cats, they touched noses. He already outweighs the cat by 2 pounds or so, so he wasn't really worried. Tip, my border collie wanted to meet and greet, but she is a little overzealous, so I made her stay lying down next to me. Tyler will need to come to her, and she will just have to wait until he decides he is comfortable with it. He is quite layed back considering he has had to take in a variety of new sights, smells, animals, and people. He is going to be a nice addition to our family. :) My older sister is amazed at the variety of animals we have, that aren't supposed to get along, but do. She has two dogs that are brothers that will kill each other if they get in the same vicinity of each other, so she has no control. All the animals I have are properly introduced, and the cats and the dog are made to understand to behave and be easy and gentle with all the others. My cockateil thinks she is the boss of everybody, she has no idea she is just a little thing. Anyway, things are going real well, I am pleased with our new addition. As soon as I learn how to use my new camera, I will have pictures. :)

Fern(Mi)    Posted 04-25-2004 at 18:04:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
Like them Flemish Giants. almost as good a foot stool as a St Bernard. Which one did you get?

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