We have two dogs; the 11 years old boxer Ludo, and the papillon Noah (5). They differ not only in size but also in temperament. Ludo is jovial, social, playful and always in a good mood, Noah is more timid, and much more of a one person dog. He has chosen me as his shepherd – even if it was my daughters idea to bring him to our house.
When I first heard of Noah I thought I wouldn’t much care about such a tiny toy dog, but of course – it was love at first sight, as it so often is with puppies.
As you can see from the pictures he has really outgrown his favorite bed … But since he loves hanging around where I am, he just makes himself comfortable the best he can – .
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a few months ago my dog Simba died, he loved to lay on his back just like your Noah. i was used to big dogs (my favorites: New Foundlanders and Berner Sennen dogs) but this tiny guy stole my heart the moment we locked eyes.
it’s wonderful, these relationships with dogs. sometimes i have to remind myself these creatures actually are dogs — i treat them the way i treat people. i think i treat dogs better then people. oops..
the strange thing is that i feel the same way about cats. everybody keeps telling me you either are a dog or a cat person. i’m both. i really am.
well. i love your little Noah.
(nb – the bookish me is asking for pictures of your books/bookcases.. is there any chance?)
Me too! When I was a kid we always had both cats and dogs. One of my strongest memories from childhood is from inside a closet where my mum kept newly washed bedlinen & tablecloths, I used to bring our cat for a nap in this cozy place- smelling of soap powder and mild perfumes. (No wonder I have developed asthma…)
Bookcase-portrait will come – .
I LOVE the dog element in the lives of bloggers ! Noah is first rate cuddly adorable. I want to have him jump into my lap ! 🙂
Oh – I’m sure he’d love to take a nap in your lap!
What a cutie! Yes, that’s the way it goes. Our Denny was meant to be my sons dog, after he lost Biko, but Denny choose me as his person instead. I didn’t really want another dog, since I have Happy, but Denny wormed his way into my heart. 🙂
They have a way of sneaking in, don’t they?!
This is exciting. The table at the window is filling up and the spirits of the house have found it as a home. It will be thrilling to see what you do with that tricky looking balcony out there.
I have to admit, it will not be a balcony! Its just a pergola over the terrace downstairs. But it can make a nice framework for climbing plants, wouldn’t you agree?
Rules and regulations are strict around here, and I’m rather happy about it. 3/4 of this little headland where our house is will be kept public, planted with local (endemic?) plants; different kinds of grass and ericaceae (“lyng”)