SASSY – Our baby!

 

Miss Personality is all you have to say!!  She’s a blonde cocker spaniel and she things she rules the roost around here.  She sleeps between us most every night.  She hates a bath and trips to the beauty shop.  She loves rooting around in the garden, digging under boards, chasing chipmunks & groundhogs, and she loves to hunt.  She is my tracking dog during deer season and she bearly tolerates our two outside cats.  Here’s out Sassy:

 

 

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Sassy and Buckwheat
Sassy and Buckwheat
Really???????????
Really???????????
Waiting for mommie to come home.
Waiting for mommie to come home.
Baby Sassy-three weeks.
Baby Sassy-three weeks.
Sassy at 8 weeks with Aunt Bandit Ann.
Sassy at 8 weeks with Aunt Bandit Ann.
Fishing with Dad.
Fishing with Dad.
Snuggling with Dad.
Snuggling with Dad.

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4-wheeling with Dad.
4-wheeling with Dad.
Bath time is not fun!!
Bath time is not fun!!
Sassy four weeks old.
Sassy four weeks old.

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Sassy guarding the syrup

 

I know there’s a mouse or a chipmunk under those boards and if I wait long enough he’ll come out and he’s mine!!!!!!!!!sassy surveying the snow 2009

sassy taking nap at heathers 2005

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SLEEPY SASSY 2009

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