>> Thursday, October 15, 2009

Quinn is becoming more and more acclimated every day. He now acts as if he has been part of our family since born. He is very comfortable teasing someone when he wants to play. He grabs our 15yr olds arm with his teeth and when he is ignored he nips her in the butt then runs. He zooms around the yard and literally throws sod when he hits the corners. So often I think “look out for the fence.” Then he stops and reverses direction on a dime.

Monday, Oct 12th, Quinn went to school with Kaecee our 5yr old kindergartener for show and tell. All the kids loved him. He was such a well behaved young dog. He sat there and just let 40 little hands maul him. He didn’t try to run around or tug on his leash. One young boy in the hallway was taunting him trying to get him to play. Quinn sat quietly, although he really wanted to play. I think he enjoyed himself as much as the kids enjoyed him.

Wednesday, 10/7, he was nuetered. He moped around that evening and really didn’t feel all that well. In the morning, his tail was wagging and he seemed to have forgotten his ailment. Admittedly it was a challenge to keep him calm for a week. Thankfully, that week ended as of today. Now he is free to roughhouse and run rampant.

My parents were in town over the weekend. Both were impressed by Quinn and fell in Love with him. My Mom calls him Regal and Stately when he sits or trots. He bounces as if to say “look at me and my toy.”

We are looking forward to many good times and lots of fun with our new family member.
Written by the family of Harle Quinn


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