Mason loves to play. He has invented his own game. It is obviously that enjoys swinging and he is pretty creative to have discovered how to do this. I have attempted to play tug with him, but he is not that interested in "just" tugging. While watching him swing, I realized it was more the swing than the tugging that he seems to enjoy. I have seen him hang on and use his hind legs to push off and start swinging again. He is a one of a kind.
In an email she said, "...she loves being on the boat, we thought she might like the board. Now if we go on the paddle board without her she throws a fit and will even jump off the dock and swim out to the board. We got the life jacket out of necessity because she would jump off the dock without us and we were afraid she'd tucker out without anyone knowing she was in the water." Who knew that shelties were waterdogs?
Don Moore brought Ch. Genna over for a visit. She will be 12 in August. We took pictures of the 4 generations -
Left to right is youngest to oldest:
GCh. Acadia Stage Presence- "Liza"
GCh. Acadia Presence of Mind- "Cassia"- mother of Liza
Ch. Acadia Peace of Mind- "Dove"- mother of Cassia
Ch. Acadia It's My Treat- "Genna" - mother of Dove
I am So Proud of Amy Brastad and Acadia Essence of Joy, CDX, AXJ, NA, RE. This video (from ABBA dogs) is her winning run in Excellent Jumpers with Weaves. Amy turned 93 this month. She is such an inspiration and I am so proud to claim her as part of the family.