Tuesday, September 30, 2014


If you watch this blog often you'll remember a wolf dog I photographed way back in the beginning of this year.  He belonged to friends who were the caretakers of the Indian Cave here in Granger County.  They had to move from their home at Indian Cave due to personal and property matters.   PeeWee and all of the dog friends who lived with her were adopted by a very nice lady named Sandy who lives on some nice acreage and is an animal rehabilitater.  It was at Sandy's home that I photographed PeeWee, her son and another interesting critter.
 This animal is one of the most beautiful dogs I've ever had the pleasure to be near.
 The above picture is of Pee's little boy, Apache who is about one year old.

 PeeWee and her son have collars with chains attached but that is temporary and due to being treated with Heart Guard, Front Line Plus and some other meds.  They do normally run loose and have full freedom of the house.

 This is Apache, PeeWee's boy.  They share the same eyes although Apache appears to have a Rottweiler muzzle.  Humm!
 They will soon be off the chain and free to roam about shortly.
Pee is so amazing!
These movies are short and silly but they document this great dog.  I kept them very short due to the difficulty uploading movies to the web site because of this stupid satellite internet system.  I'll have that fixed shortly. 
This dog is awesome no matter what angle she is viewed from.
Above:  Apache shares his mothers markings.  Look at the white marking on their noses and their eyes.  Even the white strip down between the eyes are very similar. 
And then there's the desert tortoise

 Isn't he beautiful?
And, last but not least is the best little critter of them all.  This is Rightler and she is a little Tennessee peach for sure.  Her face lights up in a smile every time she looks at anyone.  An amazing little girl.  She belongs to Sandy.  I tried to take her home but Sandy wouldn't adopt her out.  I was willing to cover all vet charges too.  Oh well.
 See ya later sweetie!
See ya Pee!  We'll be back soon.