Archive for April, 2012

Busby Learns To Destroy Paper

April 29, 2012 Leave a comment

Busby destroys paper 

Busby has a new hobby: Grabbing stuff and bringing it to his pen to chew on. Thankfully, he has only done this with his toys and packing paper. We’ve got a fun video of him doing this too.

Unlike Milo, Busby only tears the paper apart, not eat it.

Sleeping Busby

April 28, 2012 Leave a comment

He doesn’t care if the exercise ball rolls onto his head. Probably because he likes to sleep under things.

Daily Buzz Photo

April 26, 2012 Leave a comment

The first week with Busby

April 22, 2012 1 comment

Busby has started to come out of his shell, while growing a bit too. At least he seems bigger one week after we got him! So far, some things he does that seem to be part of his personality are:

  1. He likes to nap near us, preferably under the table if we’re working there
  2. He sits and watches the world or sometimes just sits to wait for us
  3. He is afraid of intense situations and intense people, but intense dogs don’t seem to bother him too much, unless there are a bunch of them.
  4. He doesn’t play well with other dogs yet (he’s a bully), but we are attending many puppy classes to work on that.
  5. He’s daddy’s boy: yes, he runs to me for protection Smile 

Busby’s First days in Seattle

April 18, 2012 2 comments

Name Change: Ozzie is now Busby

April 14, 2012 Leave a comment

He didn’t seem to care for the name Oz or Ozzie so we have gone with a name we’ve accidentally used a few times: Busby, or Buzz for short.

The Puppy is Fuzzy

April 14, 2012 5 comments

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We picked up our new family member today, which is a standard sized poodle. He’s the big boy of the litter, so we figure he’ll end up weighing about 60 pounds when he’s full grown. He’s only 9 weeks old now.

His demeanor is … stoned and a bit demanding. He wants to be held and played with, but is happy to just pass out on the floor and sometimes just sit down and look at you. He isn’t very hyper and doesn’t need to sit on top of us, so he’s quite a bit different than Milo.

Welcome to the family Oz!

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