Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Walking Miss Daisy

23rd June10, Newton Links, 7pm

Meet Daisy, our new walking companion on the Northumberland Coast. Those of you who have had a dog before will understand the gap that's left in your life by the departure of an old friend like Trooper. A litter of 5 girls came up for rescue at our local shelter and we couldn't resist.

She's a lurcher (like Trooper) and is probably a greyhound/collie cross (like Trooper). She's only 7 weeks old and has had no vaccinations so she's only allowed on the clean sand at low tide by way of an introduction. Over the next few weeks she'll become a regular on my walks.

More photos here on my other blog.



4 comments:

Paul said...

Welcome Daisy! Love that top photo. Daisy seems to be thinking "hmmm....I'm not sure what this stuff is but there's sure a lot of it.

She looks lovely Andy and I look forward to many more pics in the future as she explores her new surroundings.

Lynn said...

Great to see you have a new walking companion, Andy! She's beautiful, and I do admire those lovely big white paws. No doubt you'll have some fine adventures on your future walks !

you-wee because said...

I knew that this would happen - a new walking / animal companion - great!

Without this new friend the beaches of Northumberland - and the photographs of the beaches - would have been much too "empty"

Welcome Daisy (Gänseblümchen)!

Uwe.

Anonymous said...

awwww!
Kerry