Introducing Ginny

We have acquired a new puppy. A friend of Top’s has just had a litter of pure breed long hair chihuahuas. Luckily for us the friend is very selective in who he passes his puppies along to. As he knew we already had a couple of four-legged acquaintances he asked whether we would like this gorgeous coffee / white female.

Ginny, Ron Weasley’s sister and Harry’s girl friend (keeping with the Harry Potter naming system), joined us almost two weeks ago. She is an incredibly smart and energetic dog and seems very capable and sturdy. These are traits that she has needed to rely on constantly since she joined us as our Min Pin is, ever so slightly, picky and protective.

Ginny appears to have passed her initiation with the other two dogs and was even caught snuggling up to my Labrador the other night. She is getting along well with Cho Chang (our Pin) and has even gone the last couple of days without being aggressively thrown to the ground by her. They have started playing chasies and AFC style wrestling. 🙂

Welcome Ginny, I hope you enjoy being grossly spoilt by your new family.

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