Monday, February 18, 2008

Goodbye, Molly!

Molly was adopted by the nicest family! They are dog people, and they are going to be such good owners for her. But we'll miss her!
Duncan, especially.
And Daisy too, of course.
On her last weekend with us, Molly enjoyed meeting Stu and Lori's dog Basil. There's a resemblance -- perhaps she has some English setter in her?

Friday, February 8, 2008

Miss Congeniality

Molly enjoyed all the people and dogs at Anna's ranch today. She would happily have stayed all day! From left to right (humans), we have Mark, Bart and Anna.
Lots of good sniffing going on!
Molly's enjoying playing with Daisy, too. Daisy goes around with a ruff Damp with Molly-spit!

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

On the Beach

Low tide, good afternoon for beach walking. Molly is still fascinated by shore birds, but has accepted that they are for looking only. She met two little girls, who gave her lots of petting and cuddles, so she considered the walk a success.
Molly met Duncan for the first time last night when he returned from a Japan trip. She was quite pleased to get to know him.
She is walking very well on lead. Well, except when she and Daisy are walked together. Then they start thinking they are sled dogs and need to pull the load!

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Molly Meets Erin

And yes, she loves little girls! Erin came over after ballet to do her homework while waiting for Mom to finish teaching and pick her up. When Molly saw her, she just came right over and started cuddling up.
Erin was happy to give her some nice snuggles.
And she taught her to shake on the command of "Paw." I think Erin has a future as a dog trainer, or Molly has a future as a star dog!

Saturday, February 2, 2008

Molly Meets Sheep

Yup, sheep!
Molly came with Daisy to Anna's Stock Dog Ranch today. She had to wait patiently, since there were quite a few dogs there.
But when it was her chance, she was very happy!

She knew it was her job to keep them near Jan.
Jan told her "good job" when she was done.
She would love to come again!