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New member of the family

Captain's Log, Stardate 06.26.2007

Haha, did I make you wonder if I was preggo? Nope, it’s a new member of my parents’ household.



This is Kuro (coo-row), which is Japanese for the color black (I know, I know, highly original). He’s 8 weeks old, and he was the runt of his litter.

As soon as my parents brought him home, they wondered if they had really done a good thing. He has had lots of accidents in the house already.

My folks also made the mistake of letting him sleep on the bed, because he had been crying all night in his crate and they gave in to him. Mom said she’s so tired, she feels like she had to get up for 2 a.m. feedings.

Isn't he cute? Makes me want another dog ... almost.

Comments

  1. Camy,
    Kuro is SO cute! He looks so much like the Cockerpoo I had when I was 12 (many eons ago). We named him Sambo. He started out small and cute, and grew much bigger, but still cute. :-)

    Hopefully he'll start to get used to his new home and give your parents some peace soon.

    Blessings,
    Sheryl

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  2. I love the new cover!! And the puppy is adorable!!!

    I have an UGLY black puppy. UGLY.

    His name is Jake.

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  3. Oh, he looks so cute! I have a dog. He's all black, too! I should have called her Kuro if I've known that word. It's such a pleasant name.

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  4. Kuro is so sweet-looking...ahhhhh...BUT! I am on my last dog (as in last leg of last dog.) No more dogs, no more dogs, no more dogs!

    Yeah, never let the dog rule your life. Sure.

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