I am SO happy to hear Korbin is doing better.
What a difficult time it has been for you and your family.
Brighter times ahead!! Will be thinking of you all.
So, your Piper is something else. Just a clown! (In the best way of course.)
She loves everyone BUT she now has figured out she has a job to do. There is not one leaf that falls or one car that drives by our home without her giving them a piece of her mind. Very protective.
As far as training, it is a work in progress since our Bulldog reverses all of the good manners we teach her but she is so eager to please she quickly remembers how things need to be done.
Recently we had some workers come and install a deck, she was nice and kind to them when they were in the backyard but the moment they leave the backyard she will not let them back in until we get them. She is very aware of her home and lloves to wander the perimeter. It’s nice to have that security again.
And…..it is consensus that she is a very polite dog, everyone admires her disposition and frequently mistaken her for a full grown Rott even though she is only 10 months old (sept 9th.) She is playful but calm and has learned to keep centered even if other dogs are a little crazy.
Additionally….she is thick!! Not that weight matters, but to give you an idea of how much she has grown, she has averaged 10lbs a month since we got her and is now a solid 97lbs solid. Her head is magnificent….we affectionately call her “superdome.” Very impressive build…she stops passing cars (true story.)
Attached are some recent photos: couple of silly ones and there is one that shows her on her “post” which she is quickly growing out of.
And, never forgotten is my sweet girl Serena with us by our front door with a candle and pink roses (always Pink…her color.)
You of all people understand how we can grieve but find love and joy from another companion.
I am so lucky.
Every day i laugh and smile at the beautiful gift that is my Piper.
You create gifts….pure and simple.
Wishing the best for you and your family.