Our new former farmdog Lily, adopted under tragic circumstances, is adjusting to small town "suburban" life absolutely fantastically. We have not had a single problem. She even rides quietly in the back of Mrs. T's Buick. All my hunting dogs and even Baron were required to ride in the back of the Chevy pickup. What a sweetheart.
Morning, Lily is absolutely Beautiful, she is a lucky girl to live with you as you are lucky to have her love, God Bless, Francine.ReplyDelete
She looks like a sweetie, but I'll bet if I raised my fist toward you...not so much!ReplyDelete
So happy to hear that Lily is doing well. xoReplyDelete
Aw ... that's so nice. Love the last photo.ReplyDelete
i am SO glad she is a perfect, gentle lady!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful girl, lovely name as well ;) Congratulations you guys, and well done.ReplyDelete
"Saving one dog won't change the world, but it will change the world for that one dog" - don't know who first penned that, but I'm reminded of it most every day.
What a wonderful dog. It is so nice to have dogs that really appreciate their owners and behave well because they want to. Great photos.ReplyDelete
I'm glad to hear that Lily is settling in well. She's one lucky dog.ReplyDelete
Wonderful news! So happy for all 3 of you. And it looks like maybe the snow level is dropping?ReplyDelete
What a beauty she is! I love that last photo of the dog and child.ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous fur friend you have! Absolutely beautiful, she is!ReplyDelete
Delighted to hear that you and Lily are both happy together.ReplyDelete
My uncle, who rescued every dog he ever had, did it because the dog appreciated it! Sounds like that is the case with the Troutbirders!
What a wonderful blessing and daily reminder of friendships that no longer remain on this earth.ReplyDelete
The last photo... how true!
Thanks for the report on Lily's happy adjustment. And the raising kids . . . and dogs right made me nearly fall out of my chair laughing. So true!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful dog. I'm so glad the transition is going well.ReplyDelete
So glad to hear about Lily and her new home. She is a beauty. Love the photo with words at the bottom of your post. I copied it and sent it off to a few of my dog loving friends. thanks -- barbaraReplyDelete
My pups keep me in good companyReplyDelete
She really is a beautiful dog. I used to dream of having a dog just like her. I'm glad everyone is adapting so well.ReplyDelete
What a sweetheart. Thanks for sharing this lovely dog with me, TB. And I love that last picture. :-)ReplyDelete
Aw, I love that last pic. I'm glad your new dog is so lovable and fits into the family so well.ReplyDelete
She looks like a beauty!ReplyDelete
What a lovely dog! I also love and agree with the last image and quote!ReplyDelete
Lily is so beautiful. And I totally agree with the words on that last photo. I'm so glad she found a good home with you!ReplyDelete
Been looking forward to a Lily update and am delighted she is fitting in so well. A match well made.ReplyDelete
So glad to see she has found a loving family.ReplyDelete
Pretty Lily. Like the last picture and that is so true --raise kids and dogs right.ReplyDelete
I think you needed her and she most certainly needed you! I am so glad she has adjusted so well, you always wonder about how they will do..and riding in Mrs. T's car too whoo hoo!!! :)ReplyDelete
You found each other, methinks. Lily is a lovely dog.ReplyDelete
I love dogs and Shepherds are one of my favorite breeds. Good for you for adopting. :)ReplyDelete
So happy that Lily's new home has worked out smoothly.ReplyDelete
And I love that last quote! Made me smile. :)
Hi there, We are back from ANOTHER trip. This time we were in Georgia checking out yet another waterfall... Check my blog today when you get a chance.ReplyDelete
Sounds like Lily is doing GREAT with you all. I'm so glad--and I'll bet that she is also.
Have a great weekend.
what a sweetheart! I am so glad for Lily and for you. extra belly rubs Lily, I am a fan!ReplyDelete
Looks like a 3 way tie in this "lucky" contest!ReplyDelete