Puppy’s First Steps

May
27


Casper finally worked up the nerve to walk down the porch steps! Oh, the adventures he shall have now! (And yes, we power-washed those steps right after this photo was taken.)


Did you miss when Coco took her first steps? See Coco Takes a Bow!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 27, 2010  

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  1. 5-27
    5:19
    am

    What an adorable trio! And what a cute photo. It’s so hard to get three all in one shot. I was seldom able to do it with mine. It usually involved a hotdog. :)

  2. 5-27
    5:52
    am

    Where’s Dookie? Is he still around?

  3. 5-27
    6:11
    am

    Yes, Dookie is still here! He’s not as rowdy as the younger dogs and he’s usually lounging around on his pillow instead of in the picture!

  4. 5-27
    6:32
    am

    Appears that Coco, the giant puppy, is teaching baby Casper how to manage steps. Boomer is there for encouragement. :woof:

  5. 5-27
    6:39
    am

    What a crew!!! I do believe that Dookie feels that he is better than the other dogs and prefers to be photographed by himself. lol.
    That puppy will be running up and down the stairs now. Has he discovered the cats and chickents yet? Soon he will be chaseing them around the yard. :)

  6. 5-27
    6:41
    am

    Caspes is so cute! And no I didnt miss Coco’s first steps,I still remember that! :)

  7. 5-27
    6:41
    am

    :lol: Go Casper! So many things beyond those steps!

    At least you have many pictures you know what needs to be done around the house! My stupid camera keeps picking up dust…..and yep, there’s dust!

  8. 5-27
    9:58
    am

    The look on Coco’s face is priceless! She probably forgets she couldn’t handle them very well either!

  9. 5-27
    12:15
    pm

    What a great photo! Coco looks so proud of herself too! Happy exploring, Little One.

  10. 5-27
    2:42
    pm

    Oh what an awesome collection of dogs. I would like to know why Coco who is white/tan is named Coco, which is brown, while Casper who is blond is named Casper who is a white ghost??????? I would also like to know where Boomer got his name and am almost afraid to ask, but where did Dookie get his name? They are all equally precious and I love their antics. Give em a hug from me.

  11. 5-27
    5:20
    pm

    Coco has a great smile!

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