Awww….such a cutie! Love the arm drape. How suave…how debonnaire. I gave Charlie and Gigi extra hugs last night as I’m sure many of your did. He looks like he was happy and loved and that is a great gift indeed.
Laurie, thanks for bringing together such a lovely and caring community. Every one of you has helped during this difficult time, and I’m sure I’m echoing the thoughts of all those who have lost their four-legged BFF’s before us. Yes, I love the arm drape photo, too. He looks like he should have a pipe and a smoking jacket. :->
Susan, I’m so sorry to hear about sweet Jordan. I just looked at all the pictures you had taken of them. He must have been quite a character. I cracked up watching the succession of him ‘acting up’, rolling, jumping, almost standing on Josie. Then picture #25, where he looks like he’s saying, “No, don’t take me out of the photo shoot, really…., I’ll be good, see? look how good I can be!” And then Josie appears by herself,
You and Ron gave him such a fun and loving home. I’m sure he’s bragging about you to all his new beagle friends over the bridge. Hugs for you all from Martha and Ruby. A special, big hug to Josie, too.
Susan – so sorry to hear of your loss. Thanks for sharing a little bit of Jordan with all of us. It’s easy to see he was well-loved, and I’m sure when it’s time any dog will be blessed to find a forever home with you and your family.
Update on Onyx- they have run bloodwork to check for a thyroid problem,and the xrays showed a large lump/tumor on her jaw, so that has been sent for a biopsy. Prayers and positive thoughts are very appreciated. I’m 700 miles away in NY spending the holiday with my family, trying to be carefree fun Aunt Amy to my 6 year old niece and 2 year old nephew, and I really just want to snuggle with Onyx and keep her safe. I know I can’t- but that’s the mommy in me.
Hugs to you, while you are away. I miss mine teriibly when I’m out of town, even when they are well. Puppy prayers and prayers for you as well. Keep us posted.
Try and enjoy the little ones while you can.
Completely off topic here… Bartles the Basset has had no appetite for the last two days…. His tummy is growling like crazy…. I wonder if maybe he’s eaten an apricot or two (or three???) Bassets are like Beagles, all food all day…. Anyone have any experience with over the counter type Pepto Bismal for pups???
I would ensure he doesn’t have access to the apricots in your yard, and maybe give him boiled chicken and rice for a few days. I agree with Nancy J, don’t wait too long to make a decision to go to the vet, if needed.
Susan, those proofs are hilarious – I would have wanted to buy every single one. Including the one where Josie is sitting and smiling beautifully while all we see of Jordan is the end of his beagly tail.
I once had Kichwa’s portrait done at one of those mall places and in one of the shots her arm is cocked up on the chair like she owned the place. It’s our favorite picture of her.
Cathy, I did buy almost every one of these pictures, and put them in a sequential album, because the whole shoot was hilarious. Several others were enlarged, and if you look closely, the very last shot was the inspiration for the portrait my stepmother painted for me.
So sorry to hear about Jordan, he was a lovely boy and I’m sure he had a wonderful life. Our thoughts in England are with you Amy and Onyx. we’ll send lots of love and positive thoughts across the pond! Happy 4th July to all in the US – we hope you all have a great day! P.S. – it’s still raining in England, has hardly stopped since mid – April …….