Introducing Porkchop

Porkchop has joined the ranks of my extended family. He lives withPhoto on 2013-02-23 at 20.46 my niece and will soon move into a posh apartment accessorized with a pink tiger striped chair.

 

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Married, no children, responsibly self-directed, living happily.
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15 Responses to Introducing Porkchop

  1. hanslr says:

    Congrats, Auntie, on the new family addition. He looks precious. Aren’t all puppies?

    • elroyjones says:

      Yes, he’s very cute. He had a sister that we hoped to get but another family got there first.

      • hanslr says:

        We got two Maltepoos, bro and sis, at 10 weeks of age. They are now 13 wks. It’s a good thing that we had no idea of the trials of puppyhood. The joys are abundant!

      • Doug says:

        Don’t give up. Get a puppy. They’re easy. No trouble. Big fun. Love for all. And you can teach them to open your world class trash can. Where love puppy will remove, shred, or swallow all contents there in. No trouble. Big fun. Love for all.

        Hi Pork Chop.

      • elroyjones says:

        Porkchop is sleeping on my lap right this second. He had a most industrious start to the day; pooping in the middle of the floor then shredding his pet pad where he was supposed to poop. He snores like an old man.

  2. John says:

    While they are always lots of work, puppies truly are one of the cutest things on earth, whatever the breed… even cuter than babies.

  3. George says:

    Congratulations! What a handsome pooch!

  4. feeling tender. thanks. HF

  5. Peggy says:

    He’s wonderful! Oh, puppies are the best. I love puppies. Then, they grow up and become dogs. Most of the floor I work on smells of skunk because the “DOG” walked right up to a skunk who turned its hindend on him and let loose. But, puppies . . . .

  6. “Happiness is a warm puppy.” Or is that a worn puppy. I don’t know. I’m heading back to the basement until it’s a little less heartwarming out.

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