It’s not that I ever forget about Indy it’s just he hates having his picture taken. Indy is a remarkable dog, he responds instantly to the softest of spoken requests, (we don’t do commands) most of the time he knows what we want before we say anything. A few years ago Indy taught himself the signs of the early stages of my seizures so he almost always gives me warning!
I thought I would catch him out by hiding upstairs and pointing the camera out the window, nope, he spotted me. 🙂
He can be quite stern when I con him into looking at the camera by holding a twig.
It only works once then he brings his own twig, you will need good eyes to see it. 😀
He will pose occasionally, he had been watching me for ages while I changed my mobility scooter batteries.
He will always pose if Hamish is around but he has to have his twig. 😀
We are very lucky to have had Indy for the past 8 years and there will never be another like him. We learned after Luca died not to try to replace a unique dog but to get the one that needs us and let them show their own uniqueness.
I don’t want Hamish and Jolie to be forgotten so here they are.
Hamish enjoying the evening sunshine.
Jolie also enjoys a bit of sunshine.
Updates are infrequent and a tad boring at the moment because I am still having a hard time with MS symptoms! Life is almost entirely at home as I can’t get around very well which is why I have replaced my scooter batteries to enable me to get out more. It is going to be very interesting when I take Hamish and Jolie out with my scooter because neither one of them have seen it before, maybe the first post after that day may be interesting?
4 Year old Bobbi is still waiting for a home of his own, he is a wonderful boy who would enrich any home. If you could offer Bobbi a home click his picture for his details or go to Love Underdogs site for information on adopting.