When Sadie was a puppy, she would follow me everywhere. There was no such thing as privacy in my house. Of course that was to be expected with a new puppy and I enjoyed the constant companionship. There was just one problem – Sadie absolutely hated closed doors. As soon as she heard a door close, Sadie would go running to see who was trying to keep her out and why. She would cry and scratch at bathroom doors, bedroom doors, even closet doors. It was like she was afraid that if a door was closed, then she was missing something exciting on the other side. Continue reading →
I love it when I’m looking through old photos of Sadie and I come across one that reminds me of a recent photo. It still amazes me when I look at the photos side by side and see just how much she has changed in two short years!
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Ever since Sadie was a tiny puppy I noticed her exhibiting some typically cat-like behavior. Along with playing alone, the occasional aloof attitude, and using her paws to bat at objects, Sadie also enjoys playing with string. In these photos my little puppy has unraveled the string that was wrapped around me as part of the dress I was wearing. It still makes me laugh when I remember trying to get far enough away to take pictures of her, while Sadie kept pulling me closer with the strings. Continue reading →
I love how this flashback photo of Sadie looks like 3D. Her little puppy head seems to be coming right out of the frame at you! This photo was taken the day I first bought Sadie her dog house, while she was sniffing around and exploring her new possession. When I brought the camera down lower for some dog’s eye view photos, Sadie stuck her head out towards me. It was like she was saying “Can I help you? No need to come any closer. This is my dog house now, so I’ll be in charge over here.”