Popular Post remltr Posted September 30, 2017 Popular Post Share Posted September 30, 2017 Sassy's muzzle is showing grey. Actually more blonde against her wheaten coat. Not sure how I feel about that. It looks elegant, but the reality is she is getting on in her years. She is 12 1/2 years old. When we return from a walk she still runs up the stairs and turns to look at me, waits for me to start up and then she bolts the rest of the way, 'you can't catch me'. She can still jump up into the truck, although I never let her jump out. I take her to work with me everyday and she sleeps under my desk. When I leave the room, she follows or actually tries to lead, but then stops to see which way I am going. Never lets me out of her sight, unless she has found something that needs to have its scent sniffed out of it. Sleeps when she can, but never misses a movement and is up and ready to go at a moments notice with a couple of stretches of course, 'what's the hurry?' "cookies? why didn't you say so? get out of my way will ya?' I am sure most understand what I am saying. She is transitioning to a what will be a slower stage of her life. It is wonderful to see her so mature and at the same time it is sad to see that she isn't as immature any longer. 11 Quote Sassy Jan 22, 2005 AM. CH. THARRBARR LITE MY FIRE ZOMERHOF Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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