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  1. Pogo Taishi E.

    I’m home!!!🐶

    Hi y’all!!! I was brought home on New Year’s Day and I want to say thank you that you’ve been helping my pawrents getting what I needed. Now I have delicious food, a cozy place to sleep and lovely toys to play with!! Love you guys
  2. SheHasMoxie

    Meet Moxie!

    Hi, we just welcomed our 10-week old female Cairn, Moxie, into our home on Tuesday. I just wanted to say hello as I'm sure I'll be here asking plenty of questions soon. We got Moxie in the middle of the week so training has gotten off to a bumpy start; I'm doing more research today and am hoping that I can devote more time (and a better-organized mind) to the task over the weekend. Moxie was very quiet the first day, but by the next morning was growling at inanimate objects like my Christmas decorations. She had an accident in her crate last night and was soaked with pee so she had her first b
  3. Captain Fuzzybutt

    Here we go - Puppihood ahead!

    After looking for a 1-2 year old Cairn to join our family and be a companion for our 2yr old male, Tucker, we have found a pup to join our clan! A 6 month old female. Have I lost my mind? Tucker is just now really settling out of puppihood and we're diving back in. Tucker did well with the 2 year old foster dog we had for a while, but she didn't play to much with him. That obviously won't be the case with a 6 mo. old cairn. Any advice for integrating a puppy in with our brood is kindly appreciated! (Obligitory pic of Tucker (before last stripping) included - photo of pup to come when
  4. Fearghus will be two in April and already we're planning on a spectacular present. We felt that it was time for a second cairn to join our household. So far the breeder has had an ultrasound confirming the dam's pregnancy just before the new year. At the end of this month we'll find out how many pups there will be. If all goes well then the pups will be ready to go home in April. We're keeping our fingers crossed that we'll be able to get a little female. I just wanted to say that we've seen such a change in Fearghus .. he's definitely becoming a bit more mellow and mature. Of course he still


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