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Thursday, October 15, 2009

The Saga of George, Lost and Found Little Dog



This little guy has been sleeping under our shed and hiding in our woods. We don't think he's a puppy, but he's pretty young. He's sweet as can be but also skittish and scared to death of Mojo. Mojo is just a puppy but he is so big its sort of like having a pet bear cub. I guess little 'George' (my kids named him) has had some traumatic experience with large dogs in the past because he doesn't want Mojo near him. Which makes Mojo all the more insistent that his new life mission is to play with George.

We've brought George in the house, he is staying in a crate in Daughter's room. Its really up to Hubby at the moment-does he want to get on board trying to socialize Mojo and George or is George going to be leaving.

I am checking the animal shelters in the counties near us to see if George is being looked for by anyone--I have a hunch not--he had no collar and is so frighty that I am thinking someone abandoned him... but maybe not.

If nobody wants him, I'd like to socialize him with Mojo and keep him--or maybe when Daughter gets ready to move out he could go with her. He's so sweet! He does all the annoying pup things that Mojo does-- but without Moj's massive size they aren't quite as annoying. Funny.

Well you know.. when a 50 or 60 pound puppy tries to jump in your lap-- let's face it--its not a good thing.

In a perfect world Mojo and George would eventually become good buddies.. in the real world-- its kind of iffy. We shall see.

BTW--have you ever seen nicer jammies? Yup that's me-- a bit too early in the morning, standing on our porch which hasn't had the real floor put in yet. Purty eh?!

1 comment:

  1. Awww...George is so sweet looking! Similar in hair and color to my Doozie!!! I hope you can keep him and socialize with Mojo. Our cat was very skittery when we got him from the pound, but has adapted to our dog well enough. Not great, but well enough.

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