Thursday, April 17, 2014

Geordie's new home

We've been here almost a month now and Geordie is getting used to his new home in the city.  It's been an adjustment because there are a lot more people and dogs here in the Fernwood than there were up on Haliburton Hill.

At first Geordie was hesitant to even go out the front door but after a few weeks he's happily trotting down the hill and over to the nearby high school where we can play ball on the grass.

Since our other dog Maggie left us in January, Geordie has been benefitting from additional love and attention and he is turning into a very sweet (and spoiled) dog.  It's working out very well having Geordie with us by himself.  He gets to come with me in the car as I do errands and we take walks all over different neighbourhoods.  He's getting more and more used to passing people of all kinds (even on skateboards) and other dogs on our outings.

I think that dogs who live in the city are much more socialized than suburban dogs.  We are really enjoying our time with Geordie.

In this photo he's on the carpet in front of the sink waiting for his dinner.


  1. Replies
    1. Yes William, whenever there's food in the offing he is very expecatant!

  2. awwwwwwww, he looks very good, even very happy. So I think he is enjoying his new home.
    Or maybe it is just the anticipation of his dinner is why he looks happy.

    cheers, parsnip


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