Wednesday, August 13, 2008

A Riddle

What do you get when you take one part Sage:

Add one part Vibe

And mix them well? You get

Blastoff Blue Moon Doggie, bred at Blastoff Border Collies and now residing with me.
He's an amazing puppy, truly amazing. He already knows sit, down, heel (not the walking part, just calling him into position). He's going to give Oliver a run for his money in who can learn the fastest-but Oliver doesn't mind. He's grooving on having another able bodied, ready to rumble kiddo to play with.

Prissy shows off her flashy Blue and White Coat to the newcomer.

More about Blue.

Another comment.

Oliver is not a bit jealous.

Like big brother Oliver, Moon was the house child's favorite. Krystal did a great job of making a socialable, easy going little fellow. The right kid is such a plus when it comes to puppy raising.

As you can see, after losing two of our senior members this year, the crew is really excited about this new pup. And so am I.


Rachael said...

Congratulations! What a surprise! He is lovely! Just adorable! Do you have any big plans for him training wise? Perhaps some service dogs skills since he'll be your token big dog.

Debra Kay said...

He's been a dream so far-a very quick learner. I know for sure we are going to try herding and I'm working with working him away from me so that agility isn't completely out of the realm of possibility. He also likes water, so I'm looking into dock dogs and flyball....but basic manners come first-and we are learning some dog dance moves just for fun.

laughingwolf said...

welcome, blue moon! :)

Bella Sinclair said...

Oh MY, what gorgeous pups! My husband always wanted a border collie.

Debra, thank you so much for leaving a sweet and thoughtful message for me earlier this summer. I'm sorry it's taken me a while to get back to you, but I wanted you to know that your words meant a lot. They brought comfort and strength when I needed it most. Thank you.


Julia said...

Your new blue puppy is the CUTEST thing EVER! Congrats! I think you just might need a 'blue dog' portrait don't you? ;-)