Double Trouble

From the looks of it, it seems like Eko grew an extra leg for this photo.

Rhodesian Ridgeback, adventure, marking our territory

We know that little leg back there isn’t growing from the lump we got checked out.  Let’s take a closer look

Hidden dog trick

It’s Eko’s little pal, Riley!

My friend Rachel was out of town, so Eko and I watched Riley for the night.  Riley was a bit anxious last time she stayed over, but the other night I was happy to see she was perfectly at home.

Rhodesian Ridgeback, adventure, marking our territory And perfectly comfortable in her new bed



Rhodesian Ridgeback, adventure, marking our territory

When Eko wasn’t trying it out for himself, that is!

Rhodesian Ridgeback, adventure, marking our territory

Eko also taught Riley the rule that in my apartment, dogs get two couch cushions each and I only get one

It was also fun to see how Eko and Riley are building a friendship and a level of comfort as they spend more time together.  During our last sleep over the two kept to themselves on the couches, but this time they seemed quite content to cozy up.

Rhodesian Ridgeback, adventure, marking our territory

I know Eko likes Riley because he doesn’t even give me that much space on the couch!

It was so much fun having another pup around for the day.  The visit certainly added some fuel to the fire for wanting to look into getting Eko a little sibling!

19 Comments

Awwww, that last picture is so sweet. Laughed out loud when I saw the one where sweet Eko was trying out sweet Riley’s new bed…too funny!! The three of you look pretty comfy with you on one cushion and them on two. Hugs and nose kisses

HAving a new dog in an apartment is hard, I think you are wise to wait, but the older dog can help train the new one…the pup will imitate the older dog!

Yeah, apartment living with a pup is certainly a challenge all its own. My place is a walk up, so it would be a bit more manageable. Nevertheless, I know I will have to right for the time to be just right. And like you said, I’ll have Eko to help!

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