‘Dory’ Category

  1. Where are they now?

    November 6, 2013 by myeye

    Here is Dally — now known as Mooney — from the Chase/Dory litter.  She’s a pretty sable that turns heads at the California horse shows.  I so appreciate Frank and Jody sending me pictures of this little athlete.

    Mooney at horseshow - Oct 2013 1 blog

  2. Mooney and the Motorized Toy

    July 1, 2013 by myeye

    Mooney (fka Dally) makes her family laugh.  She’s sweet and bright.  Here is a short video of the puppy with something she’s never before seen.

  3. Dally/Mooney Before California

    June 22, 2013 by myeye

    Mooney flew to California on June 7th.  Before I took her to the airport to meet Captain Frank, I caught this photo of her cute self.  She is a natural retriever.  Frank and Jody tell me she puts her toys away.  If I had known THAT, I would have kept her.  I have been trying for years to teach the baddogs to put away toys — alas, to no avail.  Mooney, however, plays with a toy for a while, takes it back to her toy box, puts it away and chooses another.  She is one smart cookie — and as cute as she can be.  With no puppies here, I am forced to go back through photos to get my fix.


  4. More Augie and Ducks

    June 20, 2013 by myeye

    Augie is so enthusiastic — shaping is required — but he loves the ducks.  Again, be assured no ducks were injured in the making of this video.  Go Augie and Margaret!

  5. A Tough Few Days

    June 9, 2013 by myeye

    There were some bright spots:  Copper went to her new home with Tricia and Kevin.  You’ll love the video they’ve sent.

    Mooney flew home to California with Captain Frank.  She is making every effort to take over their lives.

    Mooney in the pool 6-9-13

    Augie still loves ducks and Andy’s older Cardi sister has decided to play with him after all.

    Intrigue — now Addie — has her very own little girl.  They are inseparable, and dreadfully cute.

    Now the hard part:  Nola had five puppies on Friday morning by C-Section.  She demonstrated she did not want to be a mother which complicates my life and the puppies’ lives.  We lost two little baby boys so we have two girls (Kimber and Lily) and one boy (Newman).  Because Nola was not interested in caring for them, I was tube feeding them every couple of hours until friend Jessica Viera offered the wonderful Lexi to foster mom them.  Lexie is raising four boys that are two weeks old, and had plenty of milk.  Yesterday Jessica and Brian packed up Lexi and her kids.  They drove to Wagon Mound NM to meet me with the three little heathens.  Each puppy was presented to Lexi.  She gave each one a big lick and tucked them in for lunch.  I get tears in my eyes just telling you how grateful I am to Jess and Brian, to Jeri Lamy (who is leasing Lexi), to Karen Lyons who is Lexi’s owner, and mostly to sweet Lexi who has adopted the three little kids.  The baybeez will return to the home of the baddogs the first weekend in July so that Chase may begin tutoring them in the ways of the baddogs.  Jess sent me this photo of Lexi with the little ones in the lunch line.

    Lexi and puppies 6-9-13The heathens are the tiny puppies in left center.  The big puppies are the four two-week old boy puppies from Lexi’s own litter