The Aftermath of Introducing a New Dog to Our Pack


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We got Walter, Alex, and Dexter, (from left to right), to pose while I held a treat and Cynthia took this picture

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Walter and Dexter are getting along great.  The nice long walk I use to introduce a new dog to our pack is worth it, and I’d recommend it to any pet parent adding a new dog to her family.

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They got tired of posing for Cynthia and decided that their time was better spent sleeping.

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All my canine companions hanging out together in the dining room area.  Do you know what I still cannot figure out?  Why do they hang out around this area when they all have comfortable beds?  Go figure!

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By the way, Walter is Alex’s new boyfriend.  Regardless of the breed of dog, making the right introduction is paramount if you want a peaceful home.  Have a great weekend and enjoy your furry kids.

8 responses to “The Aftermath of Introducing a New Dog to Our Pack

  1. That is one good lookin’ pack o’dawgs-I am still working on integrating our household and long walks is definitely one way that helps-

  2. Omigosh, I am so glad that I am not the only one who gives their dogs significant others. My old dog had a cousin/girlfriend! Too cute!

  3. They probably instinctively know that the dining room is the best chance for them to find food dropped on the ground 🙂 Great pictures!

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