I painted her toe nails, and she was so pleased about them, I don't know if this really shows how pleased she was. Gwennie is such a girlie, girl sometimes!
I think our puppy may have a name.
Now, before you say "what the?" We are calling her "Oggie" since that is what Gwennie calls her. Slowly it will become "Aggie" and I didn't want to just name her that, so its Agnes, which means "sacred and gentle, pure" a prefect name for her. I hope! (We are no longer calling her a pit bull, she is an "American Staffordshire Terrier" or "Amstaff"betcha never heard about one of those before? Well, its basically a fancy name for Pit Bull, its the name they are called by the AKC (I think) but considered different breeds by the UKC. Its all very confusing. I am tired of explaining why we chose to introduce a "fighting dog" "known for biting a child's face off" into our home with our children. She came from the sweetest parents, she will be well trained, and if she ever EVER bites us, she is gone. (Not the puppy nipping she currently does, but real bites.) She is an intelligent dog and already obeys commands, and stops when we tell her "No." She even told me she needed to go out to eliminate this morning. I am sure there will be more accidents before its all said and done, but she is such a great puppy. So please excuse her breed, she is a lover, not a fighter!