Meeting Cousin Evie

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This weekend, we had the opportunity to head back to Louisville to spend some quality time with our families. We stopped in to say hello to my bro, sis and mom (and their crazy animals: Chip and Pico). Then, we headed over to Daniel’s mom’s house to celebrate our brother-in-law’s birthday. Rachel and Tim (Dan’s sis and bro-in-law) recently added a new member to their family: Evie. (You can see more about the crazy adventures they have with Evie here: http://dayswithevie.blogspot.com/)
Evie is a tiny husky-shepheard mix that Tim and Rachel rescued from the shelter. She was a very sick little puppy, but now she is healthy and as energetic as can be! I’m pretty sure the rest of the post will focus on the dogs, so I’m gonna give Tim his “HAPPY BIRTHDAY!” shout-out now before I get too distracted….

Okay, back to the important stuff.Evie has mad hops. She can jump even higher than this picture shows (that’s the birthday boy, Tim).

Despite Evie’s possession of razor-sharp puppy teeth, this is what would happen when Silas came near her. She would play dead. Just like an opossum. After many “sniffs”, Evie finally became comfortable around her Cousin Silas.

The two shared lots of kisses. Hey, this is Kentucky!

Soon enough, after playing for hours on end, the two pups were tired and it was time for us to head back home.

If you want to hear more about Evie and her parents, be sure to visit their blog. Evie had an adorable way to say goodbye to you… and Silas wanted to share his special way of saying “adios” as well…

His best side 🙂

 

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Meeting Cousin Evie

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