Dixie? Annie? Lucy? Josie? Bebe? We haven’t picked a name yet for the new farmcollie pup. She’s 7 weeks old and just arrived at the farm yesterday evening. She’s met the livestock and is only intimidated by the guineas, the rooster gangs, and Speedy, the mama hen. No shame there, even the 80 lb. English Shepherd steers clear of Mama Speedy and her brood. Miss Puppy-Without-A-Name joined me and the 3 grown farmcollies for a long walk through the woods and fields, then snuggled up with me for a nice long nap. Life is good.
Many, many thanks to Clark, who picked up our little girl in Texas on the way back to college Sunday. Thanks also go to the guys in #14 for letting her spend the night at their apartment while she waited for her ride to the farm.
Photo by LauraP
She’s so cute!!! I like the name Lucy. 🙂
Puppy puppy puppy!!!
My nephew named his Sheltie Lucy just so he could walk in the door and hollor “Luuuuuccy! I’m Hoooome!”
She’s adorable whatever she’s ends up being called!
Too, too cute!!!
Good luck with the naming…our kitties we’ve had 6 weeks are still named Pink and Green…the color of their collars…
Oh, she’s adorable – with or without a name!!!!!! I want one!!!!
She is beautiful.
Lucy was my first choice, but that created too much confusion for the other dogs. Lucy was the Southdown ewe that died from lambing complications this spring. I got some sad looks when I asked ‘where’s Lucy.’ Darn dogs remember too much.