Taji does not always need a chain
After a couple of hours checking out
her territory each morning she is often found,
particularly on cold days,
finding solace in the warmth of her home.
Dear old Maggie had at least
one student taking notice 🙂
Our dearly departed Soxie in healthier times.
Perhaps not quite broken legs,
but it sure looked that way.
When dear old Maggie was asked,
’‘ who has been digging up the garden?’
No matter how hard she tried,
no jury was going to believe she was innocent.
Our Pedigree pooches
Old Maggie and young Taji meet for the first time.
Now we only have one of them.
Candi’s pedigree is quite a bit shorter the Taji’s,
but she does not mind…she is happy.
When we purchased Taji we had hoped
that Maggie would show what is right and wrong
teaching young Taji the ropes.
Taji’s favourite lessons
were her bone eating lessons…
whenever the opportunity arose.
how to play.
are kept and how easy it is to get a feed.
Taji was a quick learner and soon knew
the best spot to sleep where she could
see her humans behind the glass.
Whether it was because they were/are
distantly related we are not sure,
however, we see Maggie’s habits
in Taji nearly every day.
Maggie certainly was an