This little guy had a lot of growing ahead of him! I wish we could hear from more of our Y siblings.
I do love a dog in the landscape.
Such a happy face!
Reflecting over his first two years (Michael playing with selective color on the camera)
Enough posing – let’s get to the real party
This used to be my backyard. It’s become a Frisbee graveyard. See the carcasses of them lying about. It drives me crazy! He has to put his big foot on them, grab a hold with his teeth, and then rear his head back. It makes my head want to spin around.
Ok, he totally looks like the gators at Gatorland when they jump for their chicken.
Takes his Frisbee play seriously.
Kaisy, Kaisy Bear, Kaiberius, Kaisenhower, Kikado, Kadoodle bug, Kaisy ka Boom, Kbar….they all mean we love him very much. Thank you Allie – I just know he must have a lot of your personality – and thank you Julie. xoxo from our birthday boy.
And let me add a big thank you to Carole, for all the pictures, and for the training and for being there. She came to our home when we first got him to get him off to a good start and said anything we needed she was there. She’s a great support system. He’s my first big dog, the first dog I’ve ever trained, and it really has been wonderful to have her as a resource for that and to have somewhere to go from the time I first got him. So thank you Carole – we appreciate you!