Sunday, November 02, 2008

Goodbye Little Yellow Boy

So this morning was the dreaded day... I've had some pressing things for work to think about, so luckily I haven't been dwelling on Frisco leaving...until yesterday :(

Yesterday we didn't do anything especially exciting...I took Frisky shopping...spent WAY too much money and then took Frisk and Cricket to the puppytruck to walk the CO recall dogs. I walked Ballet, Adeline, Rona, and Larabee. Last night I slept on the floor with Frisco on one side of me and Ontario on the other. I kept waking up when Frisco would move so that he wouldn't be touching me anymore.

This morning I woke up to the sound of pouring rain and wind outside. I got ready to go to the puppy truck. When we got to the truck it was just sprinkling a bit, but wasn't horrible...so Traci took some pictures of us in front of the truck. It was FREEZING!!!


We talked for a while to some of the other people who were at the truck and then when they were ready to go, I put Frisco in his cage with his favorite toy. He is in one of the top kennels. He seemed fine to go in the cage, but then wanted to get right out I could tell. I talked to him for a few minutes and kept giving him kisses on the face and he kept licking my face (which was moist...I'd like to pretend it was from the rain). I got off the truck, and then had to go say one more goodbye to him. Then the truck was off to Boise where the pups will get a walk, and then on to Pendleton Oregon where they will get another walk and dinner and go to bed. Tomorrow afternoon they will arrive on campus and start their new lives :( I miss my little yellow boy already. So the Thursday hunt for the phase report begins again.
I love you Frisk...see you soon buddy!

8 comments:

Natalie said...
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Natalie said...

Congratulations on raising an amazing boy Lindsey, and best of luck to Frisco in training!

Emily, Suede, Burgess, and Tahoe said...

Good luck to Frisco in his training, and good job to you for raising what appears to be an amazing dog!

Kelsey, Spike, Burgess, and Tahoe said...

Ahhh I hate recall. :( Good luck to Frisco! I am sure he will do wonderfully in formal training and make someone an excellent guide. :)

Erin and guide pup Midnight said...

Good Luck Frisky!!!!

thepuppyraiser said...

Go Frisco! Hope you make your mom proud as you breeze through those phases!

And of course congrats/hugs to Lindsey for raising that handsome little studmuffin ;)

Sarah and the Pack. said...

Good luck to Frisco...now Thurs will be that much better! When do you get your next dog?

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