Saturday, 9 July 2011

The new kid

Ailsa has given me this bed
Hi every one, its me Ailsa.  New kid can't type yet, she's now called  TEESHA.  Well, she seems to be settling in and don't tell anyone but I actually quite like her, makes me look good.    MUms took her to Vet on the Monday after she gots here because she had mastitus and vaganitus and for general check up as she so thin.   
In car going to vet for the second time since she got here
On the Tuesday first time Mums and Dads had to go and we were in the pen, SHE gots out and kilt some chickens. Nows they knew she climed fences so dads hads put a cover on the pens buts the gate was open.  Me I was inicent and snuggled deep ins my bed when theys got home. I waited for the shoutings as I knew therbe trouble and Dads was saying "she'll have to go" Mums took her round the garden picking up the chickens and burrying then and the girl trying to get attention and mums was giving her the silant treatment.  Now from experiance I know thats worse then the yelling.
Lazy dinner
Because she had mastitus and it was so cold that morning Mums put my favourit coat on her as it was the smallest, so I wasnt impressed that bits of it was on all the fences as she had tried to get through thems.  She also gots a scratch on her forehead so now has a bindi as it will probably scar as it gots infected.  Ands this was only by the 3rd day with us ands I hadnt even hads my lunch.
Innocent of all wongs
After checking the pen dads decided she had scratched the gate so that the boult had fallen and then when she pulled at the bird netting it had pulled it open.  So Thursday he put an extension on the gate and another boult.  They put us in the pen, though why I had to go in there I don't know. I told her to lay down and be quiet but no she had to check all the pen climbing up the wire and then she got to the gate and showed them cause they were looking through the window.  she put her flat paw through the wooden slats and slid the boult cept the extra barrer meant she couldnt open it so she spent the rest of the time checking out the corners.   Next day a security door went on the shed so on the following Tuesday when they went out we were in the shed and couldn't get into the pen. But at least she was still there. I wet my bed because I couldn't get out and she shredded a pillow but Mums said "no matter" as it wasn't the first time they had been shredded and re stuffed and  bedding can be washed.
Lazer eyes
Do you think if I ignore her she'll go away
The rest of the time has been quiet. she is going to dog school on Mondays. I have taught her how to empty a kong and chew a bone. I'm still trying to teach her to pick up a toy but she's a bit dumb, all she wants to do is have cuddles, she even cuddles up to me for goodness sake.
Hold it you silly thing
With your paw
Use your paw like this

Got them


  1. Rut Roh!

    Of khourse, we khan't help doing what Nature has told us to do -

    Welkhome New Kid On The Blokhk!


  2. It looks like you and Teesha are BFF already, Ailsa! She's a very pretty girl!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

  3. Wow that is a lot of adventures for three days!

  4. Welcome, Teesha. It sounds like you have made your presence known quite well:) Better pay close attention to Ailsa so you can become a good canine citizen in your new forever home. You sure are pretty.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

  5. Hello Teesha! You are so cute and I hope you stay warm!! Isn't it nice to find people who really love you and take good care of you!!!! Have fun!

  6. Having a new dog around is stressful, fun, disrupting, busy, enlightening, exciting, and exhausting. I just lost my Bambi with 13 years and 3 months together. She was 5 months when she came here to live. She was on her way to 14 years old.
    thanks for your visit to my blog. I love new friends!!!!!!!!! I hope you will come back to visit soon.
    xx, Fern

  7. Thanks for your comment on my blog post about my little brother Mint's first win in obedience! Teesha looks like a sweet girl. She will just need to some rules in her new home. I hope you will be good friends!


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