Tuesday, November 14, 2017

More furbabies...

Click to enlarge....look at that Otti....he is aging so.  It breaks my heart to see it.  That link in the first sentence will take you back through posts showing him.  He could not be a better dog...nothing could be improved.  In my opinion.  He loves his family, loves their friends, so good with kids that you could not ask for more.  Lorelei has climbed on him, laid on him, slept on him....put him in her wagon....he just let her and any of her friends do anything they wanted.

As I have told before, he don't meet a stranger.  He has got on the UPS truck one time...wanted to go for a ride.  Another time, he tried to get on the school bus with all the kids.  And then just this Halloween, he got out the front door, and tried to get in this truck...with complete strangers.  They yelled at the guy to not open his door just in time...I think he did get tickled though cause he saw how bad Otto wanted to go.

Their neighborhood is full of kids at Halloween so the streets are full, and everyone is going slow, so there was no danger. 

Rosie is a pistol...she trembles with joy when any family member comes...she loves so intensely.  She goes from one to the other of us when several of us come in at the same time.  At some point I usually have her in my lap and she lays back with her belly up to be rubbed.

12 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

Not many animals could have this said about them. When you adopt them, you never know what you're getting. How wonderful, and what a sweet picture.

Mildred said...

So precious. It is heartbreaking when our beloved pets begin to show their age. Otti and Rosie are both so sweet. They are lucky to have such a wonderful family and I know they give you all a lot of joy.

Tom said...

,,,cuddly.

Sandra said...

thank you Rose for my morning smiles.. I smiled all the way through the link and watched the giggling L in the last video.. these two pups are priceless and beloved members of your family. so precious, both of them, the big and the little.... we are not liking watching Jake age either,

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

This post reminds me of Junior, who we lost a couple of years ago. All of our dogs over the years have been so loving and loyal. I know that we gave that love and loyalty right back to them. The dogs in my house now are young and just past the pain in the neck stage except for Corey's Min Pin who is a pup and a hand full but you have to love him.
xx, Carol

Deb said...

Dogs are the best. I miss my dogs.

Small City Scenes said...

I don't like seeing the gray on our sweet doggies faces----I don't like seeing the gray in my hair---LOL. Bongo and Otti would have fun together---just because both are such sweethearts. I haven't seen a picture of Rosie since she was little. Nice post, Rose
MB

Betsy Adams said...

I feel as if I know Otto... I have followed your posts all through the years featuring him and his gentleness... What a great dog.... It's sad to see them age... Made me miss my Duchess --who died at the age of about 16....

Thanks for sharing.
Hugs,
Betsy

Cheryl @ TFD said...

What a sweet story and photo. Our pets are family and it's so hard to see them aging or sick. I sure miss having a dog around, they are so loyal and loving.

Patsy said...

Truth is in most dogs they are just love and family.

Henny Penny said...

He is so pretty, and sounds like the perfect dog. I can't imagine life with a dog to love. They are just wonderful!

Bonny Bonafilla said...

They look lovely: so very soulful. Life would be much more barren and joyless without our dogs. And Otti sound like a truly fabulous dog.

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