Dizzy’s made a new friend :)

Two weeks ago we got a new addition to the family! AΒ little border collie called Brock. πŸ™‚ He’s a street dog from Bulgaria and for the first week was very shy. He had never even been in a house before so wasn’t sure what anything was.


He’s now feeling much braver though and has been enjoying being in the garden with Dizzy.


I wasn’t sure if he was licking his lips because he wanted to eat Dizzy…


But Brock just wanted to give Dizzy a little Kiss. πŸ™‚


He’s alsoΒ starting to be abit naughty now. When he’s outside on his own and we go to find him he’ll be sitting in next doors garden…He has also started stealing slippers…Do you have a pet or ever had any and what sort of things do they get up to? πŸ™‚ xxx

68 thoughts on “Dizzy’s made a new friend :)

  1. Dorinda Duclos says:

    Dizzy’s new friend is adorable! As long as you set boundaries, and let them know you’re not happy with the yard wandering, eventually things should be find. As for Dizzy’s safety, keep her high up for now πŸ˜‰

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  2. El 01-10 says:

    You know, you may want to try your hand at dog agility with him. With his street smarts and quick intellect I think he would be a pro πŸ™‚ And it would channel some of his naughtiness xxxx

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  3. Felicia Denise says:

    Brock’s a cutie – glad Dizzy has a new friend!

    Max, the dog lives here. Max is NOT…I repeat, is NOT my dog! He’s a rescue dog my youngest son claimed but couldn’t care for at the time because of military duty. The vet believes Max is a Greyhound/Rat Terrier mix.

    That was a year ago.

    Max and the mister are inseparable and have taught EACH OTHER all kinds of tricks! My son comes by frequently to see and play with “his dog”. His dog…who ate the mister’s slippers, my slippers, the mister’s jacket, a TV remote, his leash, mail on various days…depending on where it was left, and…my bra.

    I could be wrong here, but I don’t think Max is ever leaving. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜‰

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    • dinosaursdonkeysandms says:

      Hehe, I don’t think Max is ever leaving either! He sounds a character to have around! πŸ™‚
      Brocks been trying to eat his leash aswell, even caught him trying to nibble on his collar yesterday. He’s tried to steal a few things but not eaten them yet. I have a feeling he might do though when he’s fully settled in. xxx

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  4. anne leueen says:

    This is great news. It is lovely to have a dog. you are right to keep Dizzy well out of range however. I think some obedience training will be essential. Border Collies are working dogs and have lots of energy as they are bred to work and have a job. Maybe once you get on with the obedience you can try the agility with him as well. I bet he will love it.

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    • dinosaursdonkeysandms says:

      We will definitely have too. We’re always had collies but during my lifetime they’ve always been older and even though still had loads of energy have also been slowing down. I think Brock will love obedience and agility training too! πŸ™‚ xxx

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  5. thepackheals says:

    Great post and congratulations on the new addition! Ours liked to pee on all of my things (including right beside my head!) because of his anxiety when we rescued him! Thankfully the anxiety is gone and my things are now safe!

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  6. Elizabeth says:

    Brock is adorable! I’m so glad he and Dizzy are getting along. Remy and Henry are not safe around critters like Dizzy. My Houston had the same stuffed babies for years and then THOSE two came along and every single “woobie” ended up inside-out!

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