Monday, February 27, 2012

Le Puppy

My sister has acquired a new possession... it is small, wriggly, with curly fur all over and a very pathetic whine when left alone. :-) Though I'm not exactly what you would term partial to dogs, I will freely admit that the puppy is very cute and makes a great photo subject! Chivery is his name, after John Chivery from Charles Dickens' "Little Dorrit." Read Tara's post here if you would like to see more extolling of the puppy's virtues, and a few more pictures.

He's a cuddler...

He loved the snow!

And a kisser. I don't let him kiss me... dog slobber is not up my alley.

Ok... I admit it... for a dog, he's pretty cute.


  1. Oh, goodness. ;) What kind of dog is he??? Seriously, TOTAL dog person here. So very blessed to have this little creature. :)

  2. Aw...he's sooo adorable! Makes me wish I could pet him through the computer screen hehe

  3. Precious! As a dog breeder, I've seen lots of cute puppies and this one is no exception, in my opinion :)

  4. Madison - He's a cockapoo (cocker spaniel/poodle mix). He'll stay relatively small, but I kind of wish he would stay just like this because I don't think it's likely he'll ever be THIS cute. :-)

    Jenna - :-D

    Hannah Marie - Well, it's good to hear from an expert that we're not the only ones who think he's cute. :-)

  5. I had the pleasure of meeting this little guy and he is even cuter in person. Love the pictures Kathryn! :)

  6. Nice photography!My name is Kathryn Grace too ;-D

  7. Poodle mixes make really cute dogs! Our neighbor raises Cava Poos and uses our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel to sire her poodles. We have a two designer breeds that we raise too, as well as two pure breeds. I enjoy all of our puppies and think they're all cute, but it seems like the fluffy ones with wavy hair are extra special - especially when they stay pretty small! You just want to squish them!!

  8. Oh my word! He is ADORABLE. That last photo is my favorite...*swoon*


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