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Off Topic - Our Son Made Us Puppy Grandparents Today
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davedsel57 posted:
Thought this post may bring a smile to a few folks today. My wife, eldest son Russell and I went to our favorite pet store this morning "just to look". We already have two dogs (a 5-year-old female pekingese/shih-tzu mix and a 1-year-old male full shih-tzu) and four cats.

Russell fell in love and become a puppy daddy for the first time. He is fully responsible this new family member and has been out showing her to his grandparents and friends today. The puppy is a 3-month-old female all black chihuahua that Russell has named Midnight. Here she is...



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cjh1203 responded:
Midnight is such a cutie! I remember when you got your last dog and can't believe he's a year old already. It must be so much fun to watch all of the dogs play together! How do they get along with the cats?

My mom got a dog a couple of weeks ago from a no-kill shelter -- she's supposedly a pug mix but she doesn't look at all like a pug except for her curly tale. She's 15 months old and such a happy, busy little dog. We're having a Mother's Day lunch at my mom's tomorrow, so I'll be able to get better acquainted with Riley.

Enjoy the new grand-dog, Dave. I know it she'll provide lots of love and entertainment.

Carol
 
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davedsel57 replied to cjh1203's response:
Hi Carol.

All the pets are getting along famously. Little Midnight holds her own and does not back down when playing. It is such a joy to watch them all interact.

Hope you and all mothers that are members of this WebMD Alzheimer's Community are having an excellent Mother's Day!
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Judith L London, PhD replied to davedsel57's response:
Hi Dave,

I have recently become the Puppy grandparent of 2 dogs - on from each of my children! One of the dogs is a mixture of a Yorkie and a Chihuahua. He is so cute! He looks like a long-haired version of Russell's Chihuahua with some gray hairs thrown in.

Enjoy,
Judy
 
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davedsel57 replied to Judith L London, PhD's response:
Congratulations, Judy!

Pets have a natural ability to reduce our stress. They make us smile and even laugh out loud. They give us unconditional love and loyalty. Can't imagine a world without pets.

Have a blessed day, everyone!
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Blessings, Dave


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