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Sunday, April 18, 2010

Alamo update

Alamo aka "Pip" now resides as a city dog in Seattle, WA.

I was pleasantly surprised to get an email from Ron Stewart. This is what he had to say about Pip:

My spring break started today, and there was a corgi meet-up on Whidbey Island - about 200 km south of here. So we got the passports, and headed down.
After about half an hour, I looked up the beach, and Alamo was walking towards me! Only now he is called Pip. I picked him up and held him. An ultimate sweetie. I watched him interact with people and dogs. Loves adult people. Loves toddlers. Loves puppies. Loves adult corgis. Loves big dogs. Perfectly happy in a crowd.
And his people are very nice. He has a great home. He is now the same size as his tiny, 16-month-old "sister." They love to play together.
And Kathleen, who used to hate blue eyes, called them beautiful.
You can see a number of pictures at:

I can't copy the photos to post them, but Pip is the white headed black/white corgi who is hogging the photo ops in most of the pictures, so if you have the time, check them out! He sure is such a handsome little man!!

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