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Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Introducing...Ms Mia!



Ms. Mia came home with me on Sunday morning! Also, known as Patty, I picked her up in Louisville on Saturday night & we've been going non-stop sense then. As the photo above shows, she's VERY expressive. I need to get photo of the very unhappy look when she's in the kennel.



She was hysterical the first night in a hotel, she kept trying to play with this mirror and the one in the bathroom.



She was a little larger than I was expecting & my travel bag for her was a bit too small!



I brought lots of treats and toys to try to make it through the first night and the plane ride home.



She's quite interested in my camera any time I go to take a photo of her, she wants to see what I'm doing & lurches at me.



I've got tons of photos to go through & upload, but I've been swamped after being in Chicago all week. I'll make a post about introductions with Zoe, but for now here's a cute video of Mia in all her awkward, adorable clumsiness that is a spit-fire puppy.

GOOD NEWS OF THE DAY: With all the Mia photos I've taken in the last 72 hours, it might be a while before I get back to our Mauritius photos or our Chicago trip.

5 comments:

Laila said...

Congratulations, Amanda. What a pretty girl!

Kisses,
Laila

Dennis the Vizsla said...

Ohhhh, so cute!

Amanda said...

She is so adorable. Don't worry, Zoe and Mia will hit it off. Once Zoe gets used to her. That's how our dog Anna was with Charlie as a pup. Once they figured out the toys and food it was all good. I love how Mia just plops right down next to Zoe. Too cute.

Delilah and Rocket said...

Welcome to vizsla blogging Ms Mia! we look forward to reading about your many adventures and romps with Zoe. Don't worry you'll break her down with all your pupper cutness she won't be able to help herself.

Christy said...

Just now catching up on blogs.

She's absolutely adorable! Congrats!