Brian arrived on Saturday.


He’s just 4 months old and has already been through too much.


I’m in love, I’m happy-and too busy to write…


25 thoughts on “Brian

    1. I don’t mind at all, I just wish I could answer 😉 As he was rescued by a British charity from the streets of Romania, nobody really knows. I call my rescues ‘generic dogs’. His mother got killed by the ‘dog catchers’, according to the lady who had seen her she was medium size – so, that’s pretty much all I know. He looks a bit like a Belgian Malinois. But, as he’s a puppy, we’ll see 🙂

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      1. Oh yeah, he does kinda look like a Malinois, (I LOVE Malinois, BTW,) except for his face, I think. I could be wrong though. Whatever he is, he’s one handsome fellow.

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  1. Just got done binge reading a bunch of your posts. I love that they give me perspective with my work and my own dog. Sometimes it is allntoneasy to get caught up in society’s expectations of dogs and how they should behave and be taught to do so. Thank you for helping to keep me on line with my principles and what really matters.


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    1. Thank you for your comment- and reading the posts! It’s easy to believe other people know better-but they hardly ever do. We know our dogs best and we should only follow professional advice (and I’ve never met a proper trainer od behaviourist who judges dogs or owners).


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