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Tuesday, February 02, 2010

So, the weekend was

quite productive.
Followers / readers here will remember when we had to put Kaiser down for a disease he had which was incurable.
Also, that our other dog, Snoopy, is already 16yr + old, deaf, and not going to be around for long (although she seems to be quite fit for her age.....)

Anyway, between LuckyL and the Princess, there was much talk about what we should be getting next (from a pet perspective), It started out with 2 x BoerBulls (LIU). Then maybe a Boerbull, and a Rhodesian Ridgeback (LIU).
Maybe 2 x Staffies, or 1 x Staffie, and 1 x Boerbull.

Anyway, the Boerbul's eat too much, and shit small mountains! After much toing and froing, LuckyL's girlfriends parents said that their neighbors had had puppies, (or rather their dogs had) and they were giving them away. Thorough bred Labradors. There was a few left of the original 9 pups.
So we asked for a black one, and a white one. One male, and one female.
And this is what we got.
A black female (very dominant) and a white male (timid).



On the lawn



This is the life.....

We have not named them yet. Options thrown around are:-
Jack &7 Jill (Queenie's idea)
Ivory and Ebony (Princess)
Black & White (various)
Fido and ? (My Mom)
Milo and ? (Princess)

Salagatle!

4 comments:

Divemaster Dad said...

Lilo & Stich?
Albert & Victoria?
King & Queen?
Zach & Miri?
Left & Right?


WV - nonsess (nonsense?)

Bruthafromanothamutha said...

Beavis and Butthead
Sonny and Cher
Bill and Ben
Yes and No
Barbie and Ken
John and Yoko
Romeo and Juliet
Homer and Marge
....................i'll stop now

Fishman said...

Sipho and Baas!

RawknRobynsGoneBlogWild said...

Chocolate and Vanila.

They are sweet.

Cheers,
Robyn