Saturday, October 16, 2010

My Very First Grand puppy !

I wanted to introduce you to my new grand puppy!

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This is Kit ( so far), she is a registered English Pointer. My son Bryan has two friends that are in a pointing hunt dog club and they got him hooked on this breed….

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Her color is called “Lemon” and the only color she has right now is on her face. her entire body is white, but that will change with time and she will get what they call “ticks” of color….like this dog:

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They come in three or four colors, but you can have whole litters of just one!

litter 1 These are all “lemon”, they come in black, liver and lemon.

They are natural bird dogs and it starts when they are pups…..

imagesCAU9FB9J This one is a liver pup.

This is what they are bred to do:

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This will be a great group of people to get out with, two of his friends own these dogs and other hunting dogs and one is a trainer, so she will have a great start! But more importantly she will be his buddy!

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She doesn’t look too happy in these photos, first day away from her litter mates and Mom, but I will get more photos today! Look at those paws! She will end up about 50 pounds or a little smaller, she was the runt. I am so happy I have a grand baby puppy to show you all! :):) I can’t wait to love on her!

P.S. New Development! My son wasn't crazy about her name, so I suggested "Abbey" and it stuck! It fits her to a T ! She is small ( the runt) and very feminine! So Abbey it is!!!!!




22 comments:

Nana's Fun Stuff said...

Aw she's cute :) Congrat's on your first grand pup. I've got 2 of them lol. Enjoy!

She'sSewPretty said...

awwwww...she is adorable!! I love your new banner too. so cute!

Nan said...

Oh how sweet. Bob and I had one of these dogs actually before we got onto the Weims. We lived in TX for a short time and came by one I'm not remembering how as it was in 1961 lol...he or she was liver and white. The pup ended up getting distemper as we were too young and stupid then to know about shots. He survived with vet care and then he got away from us and we never could find him. Maybe a good thing as we sure didn't know about being a responsible pet owner at the time. BOY have we come a long way in 50 years !! This gives me more patience with people today. There is a lot more emphasis now on vet care and education for the public where as in those days it was all low key.

Hello Mary Lou said...

She is a doll!

Julie said...

Oh how cute! :) I love puppies. I have a grand puppy too. They are so much fun and without all the responsibility...sort of like grand babies. Of which I have none yet but hoping for in the next couple of years!

Shelia said...

Hi Sandy! Oh, little Kit is adorable! What a sweet little face! Congratulations, Grandma! :)
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Paula Clare said...

Hi Sandy,
Got the candy pics...thank you for taking the time! Your grandpuppy is adorable! She's got the sweetest little face. My son and daughter in love just sent me a picture of a baby Boston Terrier...I thought *I* was gonna be a gramma again...but they were just at the Pet Store petting puppies (again). It's one of their favorite "date places" to go. Weird?!?

Anyway, spoil her rotten! That's what they're for!

Celestial Charms said...

Oh Sandy,
She is the cutest little thing. What oodles of joy she will bring. I'm happy for all!
Maureen

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Oh how sweet! I have a grand puppy also, that lives out of town. Just today I was getting him his halloween costume to ship to him!

Carol

One Heart said...

Oh my how she warms my heart. Hope you share more with us as she grows. Enjoy her!

barncat said...

What a sweetie! But then what puppy isn't? We used to have an English Pointer, brings back memories of our sweet Megan.

Coloradolady said...

sweet, sweet, sweeet.....oh, she is so cute!!! Congrats on your new grand puppy!!!

Carrie said...

what a cutey!!!!! Love her new name! ;)

Pam said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. I absolutley LOVE your blog background. Very cute. I have been looking around a little and have to say that I want your new kitchen table/island. Very cute and I love the red detail on the top and legs.

vivian said...

awww! so cute! I always think I want a dog, until I REALLY think about it. I love them tons, but dont want to take care of one.. at least not right now.. maybe someday.. anyways your little grand puppy Abbey is adorable! I bet you will really enjoy her.
have a great week!
hugs
vivian

NanE said...

Sandy, she is a cutie and I think Abbey fits her perfect! A good friend of mine has one and says they are a great breed but you have to watch, as Nan said, they will pick up the scent of something and be gone! If he hasn't had her microchipped yet, that is a MUST with any dog but especially outdoorsy dogs. Hugs, Nan
PS: a gal stopped by my blog yesterday and left a comment and her hubby is from Parma too!

The Rural Life (aka Cornbread Fed) said...

She is a beauty!
Can't wait to watch her grow! :)

AshTreeCottage said...

What a precious face!!

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

Scrap for Joy said...

What a cute puppy! Seems like lots of bloggers are getting new doggies these days. Hope the training goes smoothly amd you just have lots of fun with Abbey.
Love your little yellow table. I can't go anywhere and see red, blue and yellow and not think of you! You'll see what I mean very soon!
Have a good week!
xoxo
Joyce

Creative Breathing said...

Abbey, the perfect name Sandy! What a fun edition to your family! It will be such fun following the adventures of this beauty! Have a great week, Elizabeth

Jacqueline said...

Puppy sitting days ahead for you? She is so cute. I love dogs...I was always the little girl who would walk up to any dog and kiss it. My mother was always scolding me...NO, NO, Jacqueline, he may bite you! Only one dog has ever taken a nip at me...and it was my own...naughty chihuahua!

Cheryl said...

Cute puppy! I hope the leg heals up nicely and doesn't cause anymore problems. We have a tick hound named "Buddy" I call her my polka-dot-dog :-)
~Cheryl

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