Introducing Miss Piggy!
Coco (above) and Dixie (below) have made a new friend.
Introducing Miss Piggy who has moved here 2 months ago. She is also a mixed breed. Our neighbor bought this hunting dog mix. He had been dogless for the last 5 years.He came home with this little bundle of joy.
Coco has a new playmate. Piggy loves to run down the road to our house, when she sees us outside with our dogs. Hubby has laughed at my frustration with her. Miss Piggy is still learning doggy etiquette in the garden. She thinks I am a heap of fun, when I chase her from eating my roses or digging up my flowers. She thinks It is a wonderful game to run in circles around the tree stump in our yard from me, when I am trying to scold her. She bites me when I tell her “no”…Dixie has been helping to teach her doggy etiquette. I actually have heard Coco growl for the very first time in the last month. She is such a good-natured puppy that I had never heard her growl until Miss Piggy moved here. I have heard Coco bark all the time,but it wasn’t until the puppy bit her leg too hard that I heard her growl for the first time….
Hubby has enjoyed laughing at me with my struggle with this adorable puppy. He keeps telling me she thinks it is a game. She gets mad at me, when I tell her to go home. She knows if she runs in the garden and pulls up an onion that I will come out to play. By that I mean that I go out to scold her, chase her to catch her and take he home. She doesn’t get that I am scolding her… One day hubby went to the shed to get the lawn mower and met Miss Piggy. He bent down to pet her on the head. She jumped up at his face and bit his beard. She literally swung in the air by his beard. When he said no and she let go and bit his ankle. He just laughed and yelled to me Honey we have company….
We have a lot of fun with this puppy. Her owner has his hands full with her. I have to admit that I have laughed at his stories of life with Miss Piggy. They visited us earlier today. I am happy to report she finally starting to grow out of this stage and has learned some doggy etiquette.