Happy birthday Lenny!
Time flies, sometimes I don't realize it! On February 13 you turned 14! It seemed like yesterday that you were a little bundle! Happy birthday Lenny, your years do not weigh on you, apart from the small ailments of old age. Know that we want to have you with us for many more years!
Please don't ask me to adopt our dogs, we do NOT call them "Mares" and "stallions". We don't call them “subjects” and, above all, we don't entrust them when they get older. They are part of our family, and as such they are born and die in our home, surrounded by love and affection. Our Little Italian Greyhounds live at home with us and actively participate in family life. Our little ones are born in our bedroom, we have never missed a birth!
Here he is, the little one lenny, one of our elderly Little Italian Greyhounds, enjoying a nap in the Latvian. He turned 14 in February and sleeps many more hours, even during the day. It is true that seniors and puppies have many things in common!
Dear Lenny Boy! For friends "Lenny B". We look forward to spending many more birthdays with you. You are a special greyhound and not just for your color! You grew up with our children who, now grown up, live on their own and you are always happy as a puppy when you see them again. As a young man you were a real pain in the ass, I still remember your reaction, when as a puppy I put you a collar for the first time: you were scandalized !!! I have not but seen a dog fidget like that to try to get the "disturbing element" off his neck. You're unique little Lenny! Now I'll make you a very good meal while you are already grumbling, as usual. Oh yes, for you, little Lenny, just never fast enough when it comes to eating.